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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1920)
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' tor. Jutln Mliciioll arrived from
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KWinmn runs yiwvfuuy m jw ?
p'tJ.-' ,!t; rltrry. iiitniKr oii, Vltl
K'nuili. MfaJf hurt) on ImikJih.-hw with ld-
'Y'A'.'h. Hrnltli'. of tlio.' qli)ijW Jm
ajior? & Export Co., VfliohM ty'oti
2jiom On lmnlnnity.1ift h'7lvj(lKlit for
Uftirtluiid. ' ' M. " J3
j 'JWr. and Mr. JQlm Tyltyrr nut'
Jtjfo Urv ok, tolclilKiiii,'w)io')mvo bceh
;jVlHltlng frlondiiMioi'it, Ml 'fdr Port
''Maud hint night. ' ' M
f ' MYfi. M. 1. (Jroom. HlHtor'o? Mr
j(l.tW. Snyder, Who tin boon vls.ilur
fyfi'lloilii for Ihit mt JO dnyu l;ft
rfrof her homo In Pbrtlniid jMHt'nlght.
1 ' After ' bWiiKlmt htfr phri'iiUi to
Mfomt'to npoiid Oio BiinnnT'r with Iter
jj'fnfnrr' Mrn. Jiiintm ltynri.-MlfsAiiiin
'filurYw. Ml on hor return trip to Ho
iittl Inst nlr.lit.
Tho lOKlllui' int-iUliiK or Miu lliii
tut ladles missionary society will bo
hold ill thu J. M. Lawmen hojin on
Thursday lnxtoail of nt tho rcM
deuce of Mr. M. I). Knioii i v.'
(Irnzlur. Kxninlnor Jnck Hot ton.
of tho llr-nchutnii National Forest
started (hi iriornlni: for tho head-
wutors of thn MutolliiN to mntui a
'.further study of poison hemlock
growth lit thut Miction. It In prol
nblo thnl within it fow day u crow
will ho put tit work to crndlcat) tho
C, K. Mnrtlii, of Portland, hu tic-
copied n position with Munnbnlmera.
I). E. Iluntiir of tho Bond Cone
pnny, In In Portland thin wonk trail
Claruncu Mnnnhoiincr ro'urncd
this morning from n two day busl
noun trip to Portland
Mr. B. T. Joch left for Portland
Monday nlicht. whuro nljo will t)tid
a fow dny vlnltlnic frlandn.
llornco ltlchnrdH, yard miporln'on
dont far Hrookn-HiiaVlon, left Mon
day nlitht on n litulrtonH trip to I'ort
Inud. Ml Irono Itonoy, local inliphono
operator, I Hjicndlui; a two wol.a'
vacation with frlriuU ni-ur Ilonhain
wi Thu llAptUt Indlc will hold their
. aroKtilnr tnlMlonary mootlnj; rhur-
. day afternoon at tho home of Mm.
-M. I). Knloo, 3(lt "Kant (Iroonwooil
MUh Dorothy (lanon, of Spokniiu;
tirYed Mondny iilnht to vlnlt frUndp
thin wook. Hho oxpneta to loavi for
Klamath Falls tho early part of
' '' C. If. Knowlon, of thu llcnd Con-
crflto 1'ipo Co., loft for Portland lu.U
night whora ho will roroaln novaral
days on huslnomi. Ha oxpocta to
drive back In his Kltsol car.
, J. L. fJalthor, local mnnuKor of
tho Pacific Telophono and Telegraph
Co,, loft for Prlnovillo this mornlni;
on company bualnoaa. Ho will bo
out of tho city fonisovoral days.'
Mm. W. I). Davln left lant uljjl;t
for Hedmond wlinfsiaho will join hui
Jiunband, n mombor of tho w.ito
hlRhway crow. Thoy wllll muk
tholr homo In Hedmond for itonio
B. I), aihon loft thin mornlni; for
Pandloton as n dolccato from Mi'
I)ond local ordor of tho Wobdmtn of
tho World, to altond a convention of
Hint ordor to ho hold thoro tho lut
tor part of this week,
' Chan W. Krnklne and John fltoldt
loft for Portland Monday night to
attend tho heorlnK In tho Wall or
WIiir bankruptcy cah, held In tho
fodornl court today. Mr. Steldl wan
financially lntoruaed In tho Wine
- . If. 8. Itoyco of tho Pioneer .(araKo,
Iqft lam jilRht for Portland to tto
, cure nny nvallalilo now cura w can
' find to moot tho Increasing duninnd
Iji thin Hoctlon. Mr. Hoyco roportii
a Krontor demand for cam; thl your
tlinn In nny provlous houhou,
Mm. M, J. Juckaon, who baa baoi
iiwny on n two wook'H vacation, roi
turned. to her position hh chief oper
lUor at tho local' .tolophono offleo
thin morning. Mm. M, Llvlniibton
who hut) filled tho poHltlon during
Mrs. Jackson's absence, will n.ip
tliko lu'Y pluca nt (ho board,
i,Ii cpnnefltlon with tho Moobj
utembomhlp drlvo' that la now well
inulnr way, h ilunco will bo lnl'l ut
tlio Hlppodromo on thoovunlng of
Jkiuo 2. An roportcd by tho ocro
t;lry of tho ordor 6f ,'Mooho HiIb
inornliig, 24 now moinbora will hff
lijkon In to tho ord.01- TliurB.liiy
J Kl'p, nqd torn. N. 0. Jucobaortr.a
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DAY T3 DAY
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D, J', I.iiroii, fltiiHlnr. of, thq HhoV
1 u wioIokao coiiptfil7t. Im n vlnllor
ut Hut Jonal plnuU '' ,
Tho, Citurado ho(l. on I Jin 'jornftr
of Wall mid DnlnwlitK, ,i pnr
clintmd HiUUriiuy by Mi-.- '(.'lara B'-'-fnr
ii nd Mrs. ()lda Johtnfaii, both of
Uetu, from (' Pntlir,iKiii. '
Fuuorrtl orvlcnrt twt?o li'.(j ihl
nftornupo at tho Nlw,o.Hg;r 'nndor
tnkliif; parlotji foj- jtgucv lidwnrd
Woods, tho Ihroo mOi'illin old child
of Mr, and Mm, JoHcjili Vi)oin, who
dlod on RnUirdny ,of gnNlrllla.
0. W. FdHtor took- )ldiwu.wlnn of
tho Wright liutoli VufchiiH'id l.l
woi'k from ) P. Hinlfli. .Mr. and Mm.
Ilniltli oxpoct to lonvu for tho onul
Hnillti oxpoct to loavo Wodncday
for an oxtonded lUilomolilM trip
through Cullf'oriiln. -' ' v-
Jay If. Upton In In tho, city today
ourouto to bin homo. In Pr!ho!"tt.
Mr. I'plon In roturiilug from u wvukN
wmpulKii tour through Klamnih und
Luke countlo In 'tho lutonrnts of hU
candidacy for tho noinliuitlon to Hh
offleo of Htato Hoiiutor.
m k t .l.rt l.....k.k lf ,1... I.k.t.1.1.. .1..M.
iv d inij iiiiiiiii , hih iiiiiioii J.M-
iyiia, .Mr. nuu mm, is. in. uiivih, ni
1071, Fodornl ntioctt. t'. T. Uonnls
and Minn llntilo UiivIh, both or thU
city, woro unltnd In mnrrlitgn Satur
day 4ght, Hov, II. (1. Hnrtrontt of
tho Prvnbytoriau church offlclatltig,
Only imtnodlato frlcuda and rolntlvjm
woro prcjtont. Mr. and Mm Dtnnli
Will tnoko tholr hpiilo In llond.
Mt'.lmd 'Mr.' J.' At',- 7-awronco'nnd
Mr. and Mm. Frank luabnlt rnotoiod
to Canyon Crook Huiidity nud pnt
tho day f lulling'. On arriving tlr.ro
thoy found AJ, W.Wftgnor, Who iad
nrrlvod two days provjuu, but owing
to a broken, tranmliotlon'. wua ccnuJ
pulled to rrmnln until -now "pi'rt'i,
could ny brought fr6m IMmtP., M
Wagner prrlved In llxnd Ibja, nj'pjn
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ktf F)t W. McCutfory is a businoHs
.visitor In tho city -today from J Pov.'.
f;ll .Hutto. -, 1 4) j
, K. II. Tomes and K. K. Wliltd arp
In tbo city today from, llmlr homo
at I-a Pino.
A P .Duncan arrived 'JnJJond to
tay from hln homo In Hums,
Mr., oi Jm, II. J'VqwSr 'tva
jonigni oh an nuto trlpitoPcimlotbii
and Wnlla Walla.
THE WARNER COMPANY
I B ' I 111 fm tlBvHBm
$1.79, $2.25, $2.50;,
$1.79, $2.00, $2.50.
$1.79, $2.25, $2.95.
98c, $1.19, $1.50.
Mf(tn Mnrgurot Tlionrnsnii trt ut
Uugono httondliig tho Unlvorsdy of
Orifgon innlbr wook-iind.
Tho 'toothgdlnt Aid oclflty will
sorvil u cufotorla dlnnor nt 5 o'clock
on tho ovonlilg of Friday, May 21,
In tho old potttofflno building. ( , p
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J, Follow, of Ilttrlin, Is in-tho city
today. ' ' '
h, B, Kinlth, of Hedmond, was '-In
llond last night on husHiuKs, ' " "
Waltnr Combs loft last hlght for
Porttnnd on n business trip.
Mr, nnd Mr. It. I). Miles lovo' to
night for n two mouth' visit to
Mm, O. O. Ticknor arrived this
morning fr6m Portland to visit lier
slstor, Mm, A. M. Pringlo.
i marrlngo llconno was issuod last
night from tho offleo of tho county
clork for William Illack nnd Kllza
Work has bron ntnrtod on n 10
foot addition to tho Miller Lumber
Company' Oflco building on thu cor
nor of Wall nud Franklin,
W, Lair Thompson, forma ly pres
ident of thu stato ftenalo was In Hond
today with bin wlfo nnd sou, on hU
way from Portland to Lnkoviow.
C. W. Hoblnson, of Astoria, ar
rived liT tho city today und will apeak
this ovonlng nt tho Hlppodromo In
tho Interest of tho Johnson prci
John II. LuwIh, former ntalo en
gineer, Is In llond todny in connec
tion with tho circuit court hairing
on thn Injunction nsked ngalunt the
C. O. I. company.
John II. Latourotto and Harrison
Allen, of Portland, arrived In llond
this morning, and with II. II. Do
Armond nnd Charles W. Ersklns tit.
this clfy, will appear In. circuit cji-rt
tomorrow to nrgun for tho recently
asked Injunction against tho C. O.
N II, Elliott, a well known (armor
of Torrobonuo, Is In tho city today.
Mm. Willard AVIrU of Prlnovillo
In visiting In llond at tho homo of
Mr. ami Mm. William Sproat.
1 M. II. Horton returned this morn
ing- from Portland whero dttonded
tho convention of Itcxall drugging.
It. W. Harvey was a pasionga'
on thn train from Portland this
II. A. Hartshorn, who has been In
Portland slnco Saturday, retuniod
tit In mnriilnif.
Wlillo working In O'DonilefL'n
inarkol Gcorgo ilryant, an cmployo,
suffered tho loss of a flngor yester
D. D. Conn, traffic managor fpr
Tho Rhovlln-HLxon Company, ar
At PopuUc Price
the season's wash fab
ric. Priced, a yard
89c, 98c, $1.19, $1.39,"
New, fine, dainty gar
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American Style is the Keynote of the
. Kuppenheimer Apparel Exhibit
' 1 HE completeness of the Spring exhibits here assembled
will engage your attention. These are days when men
want new clothes; the season for fresh attire. And we're
ready to satisfy every man who wants a new suit or topcoat, good style and good
appearance. American style is the keynote. it is the adaptation to the' Ameri-
can figure, hy The House of Kuppenheimer, of all-the splendid designing princi
ples created by masters of clothing designing. It takes into account the 'differ
ent builds of the American figure the figure that won the admiration of the
world during the war. It harmonizes with ideas of manly, athletic sinlpKeity;
style in good taste.
Spring Suits Styles and Fabrics All New
Kuppenheimer good clothes in Spring's fine American styles, single and double
breasted craftings. New fabrics;' rare fabrics; new color combinations; new
. stripes and checks and self patternings., -All individual all finc--all in good
taste, You have never seen finer fabrics. Single and double-breasted models,,
,mfor men of every age and preferment. . '..
$40.00 up to $75.00. .
rlvcd this mornlos for n visit at liO
.Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M. Frnzler, of
Lavix.Itoad. nro tbo parents of n nlnu
pound baby boy, born last night,
Tho ladlos of the Catholic church
wll bold i food nnd apron snlo at
tho O'DonucII murkct Saturday. May
11. IMcDonald, gamo warden in
this section, returned this morning
from Portland, where ho conferred
with stato fish and Ramo- offi
cials, who will bo in llond on June
to ..upeqk at the banquet to be
RlVtyjjjj'.Jho llcnd Ilod and Gun
The Central Orcnon Realty Com
pany reports tho purchase of u lot
on Delawaro avenuo by Ralph Itart
lett adjoining his new residence
which .is under construction, and tue
0. W. Foster residence on Shasta
Place by Andrew Suter, a recent ar
rival, from Minnesota,
(Oregon City EuternrJeo.)
Tho encacoinunt of Miss Helen
Luella Ely, eldest daughter of Mr.
Mrs. Ocorgo V. Ely of this cltv. and
Ilarvoy Wesley MacKonnle, promi
nent young business man of lientl,
Oregon, has been nunounced, tho
marriage to bo u home affair and
will toko place in this city SaturJay,
As Mlsa Ely is one of Oregon
City's popular young women, and
an accomplished vocalist, n numbc
of social affairs nro being planned
n hm honor for the coming week
Anions these will be one at tho home
of her-aunt, Mrs. Dimne Ely, who
Svlll entertain In honor of tho bride
elect Tuesday ovonlng. Miss Ely
has beeu connected with tho Price
nrotliors shoo store for about a year,
nnd recently returned from llcnd,
Oregon) whoro she had chnrgo of o
department In n largo dopur'mrnt
store, resuming nor position with
Prlco tyrothera, nnd is one of tho
most popular employes,
Mles'Ely was formerly employed
as cashier in the. J. C. Ponnoy f.toro
and Mr. .MncKeiulo
is with Mniui-
' Vaccination's Power.
According' to n recent reuort vac
clnnUom Is rapidly flying out. Yet
(here nothliifr like vaccination to
tjrliiK fellow Min lo the scratch,
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n'The Investment 'Idea
It t (ooJ Luiinc to pty a little ' wore to iet Kupptn
heim'er Clotliei,. .
, . wi,y? t , v . f, m
a I3ecauie jrow are se'ttlng somettiinif helttr Ionrfcr,
wear; (food' appearance, '
The" value of any ihveitmtnt i'i JetermineJ by what
yoti'get for wliaybu pay. Its as true in buying cldtbe
a in buying anything clie,
' " Kuppenheimer ood clothe are alwayn in iooJ taite.
"They are ftyle that progreive men appreciate. Tkey
advance in life.
they are economy becaue they are
and made to terve.
house of Kuppenheimer
NEED SHOWN FOR
" , two departments Uest k' Harris h.u
Never In the history of tho 3tatojd'8SOlved partnership and will here
of Oregon has there been a greater !after PeratQ "parate establish
.... ., . ' raent8. Mr. Harris will continue In
need for the conservation of gao- formor f,rm,8 ,oeaton devoUng
line than now, according to W. L. himself to battery charging and re
DaUlcl, deputy state nealcr. who ij pair and Mr. Best will take ove.- tha
In tho city onrouto to Klamath Falls vulcanizing and repair work. Mr.
on official business.
"The uses to which, gnso'.lno
should bo put now for some-time."
says. Mr. Dalzlel, "should be con
fined as closely as possible to abso
lute business purposes. The onto
mobile owner can effect a great sav
ing and aid, business material! it
principles of conservation nro used.
"The Orcgontowns aro going to
bo called on. bearily in tho next fer
weeks to supply gasoline for motor
ists who will visit Oregon, and en
pecially Is this true of the ShrlucrJ
who will visit tho stato enronto to
tho convention in Portland nxt
Do You tHate" Yourself?.
For I wiy. through; t.l!e graco given
unto me, to every imw thatjsniong
you, not 10 minic or nmiKcir mare high
ly tlttn ho iujsht to thtnlC Paul 'it
his letter to the Unmans, 12:3.
It Is neeesf-nry to save borne of the
old hens for breeders.
Ducks and gtese can munlly be
raised very economically on mbt
The wild breeds of turkeys ore
known as the North American, Mexi
can nnd the Honduras.
There are many fanners not now
rnlMng ducks nnd geesu, but who could
tlml rulklng them iir&llluble; '
Young hens will pay well ,f.or carq
und feed, but If they do iiot get good
irMUncnt thcyVll) pot produce much
' liA.mpnesls. nlAuvs tnoro d'angerojw
tiiiiiv coUVu'nd' .Uijli'a 4'$ H ' ''
portant to huve 'tliei)lKn hoiao tight
und dry, , .
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Because of an ifierearw In 6usineai
necessitating a separation of the
Best has purchased an interest (a tat
former Smith Tiro shop nt the head
of Bend street and will have hii aw
location there la partnership with
James McLoughlla O'lTcIl' and
Mlfts Ramh Vranfn BPiilntor work
mirr,eda at the'PM4by-
terian parsonage by ltev. II. C. Hart
ranft. Mr. O'Xcil and' hla bride
were schoolmates in Walla Walla
where Mr. O'N'ell lived before enter
ing the service. He has purcbauU a
home on Colorado avenue from Carl-,
son & Lyons. , 4
COMPLETES IC JIOU.SI-.
J. Ryan & Co. la .completing 13
(our and fivo room bungalows In
Highland, Deschutes, Stoats tnd
River Terrace additions. Theia
houses aro for sale. Most of the. resi
dences are being erected' In High
YELLOW !' PERIL
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the park site on the JDescbutes, and
registered a plea fwtho paaaak of
the higher educational mlHago bill
both of which wll be decided at the
"Cold In the Hew!"
la an acute attack of' Nasal Catarrh.
Persons who aro subje.ct.to frequent
"colds In tho head" will find that
the use HALL'S' CATARRH 'MEDr
OINB will build tin the " Byatem.
cleanse tho Blood and render them
iesa liable to coiup, iiepefttea, at
tacks of Actito Catarrh may 'lead to
Chronic Catarrh. , .-,, ....
ILVLL'S CATARRH MEDIQINB
la tukon iutorunlly and, apts Uirough
tho Blood on tho M,ucous Svface
of tho Systom.
All Druggists 75c. TestimouMhi
fre. ; riiv ( ' ' '
$100.00 for any ease .of atrrli
that HALL'S CATARIUI MMDI
CINE will not euro. ' ' '
V. J, Cheney & Co,, Toledo, Ohio.