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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1920)
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A SALE OF READY-TO-WEAR CLOTHING SURPASSING ANT 'WE HAVE I EVER HELD. BEGINNmG I MAY 26 1 AND
CONTINUING UNTIL JUNE 12TII. WE WILL OFFER OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF MEN'S SUITS (EXCEPTING PALM
BEACH )LMwbSkim DRESSES, SKIRTS AND WAISTS, AT PRICES WHICH WILL JUS
TIFY YOU IN SUPPLYING YOUR NEEDS F.OR THE ENTIRE SEASON. -
PRICE TICKETS REMAIN IN PLAIN FIGURES, WITHOUT ALTERATION, SO THAT YOU CAN SEE FOR YOURSELF
THE ACTUAL SAVINGS.
I1KNI) nULMOTINt WCrTO. OKKGON, THURSDAY, MAY 27. 1020
If w!L f9k IMa W lllfl nFflLlrA
Ladies' Silk, Satin and Wool Dresses
ladles' S?l i.0
Urcijuo now ..
Drosses now. ..
DruHMim now .
All Ladles Georgette. Cropo do Chine. Taffeta and
Pongee Waists - "09i OVV
Wlrlhinore 42. 00 Wulst now $!.
Wellworlh $3.00 waists now $2-10
Nothing In thin salo charged; none on approval and
nonu can bu roturnod for credit. A slight chargo will
bo mado for alterations. ,
Quality Ptoneen Since 1911
9 1 8.00 I
Ladies' Spring Coats
$3-1 .00 1
93 1.00 1
Ladies' Plain and
Plaid Wool Skirts
$ 6.50 Skirts
Men's and Young
All Men's $70.00 Suits now. ..$50.00
All Men's $60.00 Suits now. ..948.00
All Men's $65.00 Suits now .932.00
All Men's $55.00 Suits now ...,$11.00
All Men's $50.00 Suits now. $10.00
All Men's $37.50 Suits now. .$30.00
Men's Holeproof and Inter-woven
Hosiery selling at less than today's
SOr, OOc, OOr, 73c, $1.00, $1.23
FROM DAY TO DAY
Clinton Combs is In today from
V. N. Dykstrn. of .Mllllcan, Is
spending i few days In tho city.
Miss Helmn Potorson, of Seattle,
is in Rend ns n guest of William Wil
liams. ' I
Mrs. C. n. Harmon, of Hampton.
Is in tho city visiting her daughter,
Miss Darlo llurtou.
John Alexander, who hus Imhui at-
tendlnc tho OroKon AKrlcultural col
loko nt CorvalllH, Is back In Ilontl for
A marrlaRo llconso wan iMurd
yeslnrday from the office of thu
county olork for Clinton M. Olson
unt. Miss Florence It! Oulrouc, both
f of Hend.
L. It. Cottrell, of Portland, ar
rived hero this mornlnR to accept it
position ns day clork at tho Pilot
Ilutlo Inn. Mr. Cottrell huccmhIm
' Oordon Thompson, who will loavo
, for Canada to take up Kovornmout
land within a few days. C. It. Hlshop,
'" also of Portland, is taklm: Iho night
shift at tho Inn.
Members of tho Women's Civic
Improvement Iwikuu will meet at
2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon ut
Siithcr's hall. Important business
Is to. bo brouisht up, nnd'It. U urged
that every member of tho orsanlu
lion Uin Vtepdanije, j,'.;'"
Dan Hourliinn, Powell Ilutto
Bhoopman, Is ft visitor In tho city.
Itoubon A. i.onR. of Sllvor Lake,
is n business visitor In thu city today.
Clinton Combs, of Lakovjow, Is
vIsltlnR with friends in tho city to
day. J. W. Eobuii enmo In last nlRht
from Culver, tmd Is rumnlnlnR over
0. B, Qilfflth Ih spedlnR tho dn'
In Ilond, nrrlvlim l'"ro last nlpht
from his homo ut Blstors.
H. M, White, forest inspector, Is
in Hend on nn offlclul visit from dis
trict forest heiulquartorfl in Port
W. C. Uirdsall has tnkon tho
iiKoncy for DohcJuiIob, Crook, Joffor-
son. Northern Lnko und Klamnth
counties for tho Homier tubes, for
Wlllnll W. I.'. i;0Olr IS BlIUU IIKUlll.
W. U. Robinson, bound ovort
tlioRrniul Jury on n oliftrgo of soll
Iiir llauor to u minor, wub roloaood
on his own rocoRiiUunco yontordny
on ordot of JuhIIco of tho Ponco J.
Frank Murphy, of Silver Lako, is
KpenjllriR th day lnlhft clty, -'
Mrs. OoorRO Jonos lias niturnrd'to
llnnd from a visit with friends In
II. II. MutzlR, of Portland, nn old
time resident of Hend, Is hero on a
short business trip.
Phil Kuit'jrday, of tho Concrote
Plpti Company. Is' In Ilond on a visit
to the company's local plant,
Dr. I). K. Hrooks urrlvod yester
day mornlnR for a visit at the plant
of thu Hrooka-Hcanlou Lumbar Com
pany. W. C Cooper, formerly In the
grocery' huuluoB here, Is In from
Portland. Mr. Cooper Is now truvol
Iiir for an auto tiro company.
A marrlaRo llconso was Issued
last weok from tho offlco of County
Clerk J. 11. Haiier, for Frank Peo
ploH uud MIbh Iluby Davis, both of
B.-P. Mahaffey mid Pat Murphy
siurtcd this 'mornlnR by nuto for
Hums to attend tho unnuul couvon
Hon of thu OrcRon Cattlo und Horso
Forest SupcrvlHor N. a. JucobBon
Ih In Hums nttondliiR tho convontloji
of tho OrcKon Cattlo und HorBo
Ilnlsqrtt' association. W. J. Callow
is nnothur Horn! man who is In at-tondunco,
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Kills uud Mr.
and Mrs. J. I). UavldBOU loft yostor
duy by nuto on a month's trip
through California and Portland.
During their nbsonco they will Btop
off In Portland to visit tho Shrino
convontlon, both Mr. Davidson nnd
Mr. Kills being uiomboia of Al Kiulor
After n short visit In Control Oro
gon to uurvoy conditions in this
dlstrlol, K. 11. Phllllpn of Senttlo,
maunKor for tho' Pacific conRt ter
ritory for Ilond & Ooodwiu, Now
York bond" brokora, accompanied by
Managers Ring and Maxwell, tho
Chicago and New York managers
fpr thu same company, and W. P.
Dickey, president of tho Portland
Cattlo Loan company, roturnod to
0, .A. Horstkotto Is making a 10
day business trip 'to Los Angeles for
Tho Hhovlln-Hlxon Company.
William? Moon., of Prlnevillo, is
ponding tho day In Dond.
Highway Engineer G. I. Stobbins
was in,ycstqrd&y from Redmond.
W. H. Irvlno nrrlvod In tho city
last night from his-'homo In Alfalfa.
Dr. and Mrs. B. R. Norris left
this morning by auto for Portland,
expecting to return to Rend by
Hecause Improvements now un
der way will not bo completed bo-
foro tho first of June, tho A to Z
grocery will not bo opened for busi
ness until that tlmo, (leorga T.
Mlclmuleon, now owner of tho estab
lishment, states. Now stocks which
havo boon ordered, nro expected in
by that tlmo, ho sayB.
W. C. Dlrdsnll hns recovered from
n brief but severe Illness.
L. Drown left for Portland last
night on u brief business trip. ,
A. M. Pringla started last night
on n business trip to Portland.
Charles Dranson, atockmnn from
tho Spray couutry, was In tho city
yesterday on buslnos,
Miss Minnie Qroft has accepted u
position in tho offices of DoArmoud
& Ersklno as stenographer.
Dr, U. C. Coo, formorly of this
city, is In Dond form Portland look
Ing nftor businea intorosts.
C. W. Kmbody'of tho Embody
mil lat Sliver Luku was In Dond
yoatorday on his way to Portland,
N. R. Gilbert of tho Gilbert Gro-
cory Ib Bponding u, few days In
Portland looking aftor business
Mm. C. D. Hlnman of Mt. Vornon,
Wash., who has boon visiting at tho
homo of R. W. Hnrvoy In this cty,
loft last night on her return trip.
Tho members of tho Episcopal
Ladlos1 guild will moot nt 3 o'clock
Friday nftoriiocm with Mrs. A, P.
Larson at lior homo on Drako road
Mrs. J. Manning of Sllvor Lnko
passed through Dond yoBtorduy on
lior way to Portland, whoro sho
will visit friends tor eovoral months.
Aftor a short stay In DondMtho
officials of The Shovlln-Hlxon com-
pany, K. P. Hixon, J. M. Hlxon and
Howell Clark, left lost night for tho
John McCormlck. formerly a loco-
mollvo engineer on tho H. P. & S
accompanied by his wifo and small
son. left last night to visit friends
R. B; Llewellyn and family aro
leaving for Lava Lake where Mr.
Llewellyn and Ed Logan have started
a fur farm. Foxes and marten ar
To aid In tho celebration of In
dependence Day in Prinevillo, tho
Dcntl Concert band has boen hired
tnr ttilv nnrt ft In furnish inuslc
Inh'S Crdok county scat;
O. M. Whlttlngton, manaRor of
thu Liberty und Grand theaters,
loft last night for Portland and Se
attle, whero ho will arranga book
ings 'for now film service.
Don Gwyn, who has been In Cen
tral Oregon with tho expectation of
buying farm land, has returnod to
his homo in Yakima. Ho will bo
back in Dond within a weok.
Many Knlghta of Pythias rosld
InR In Rend Btarted early this after
noon for Madras to attend tho dis
trict Pythian convention being hold
In tho Jefferson county sent this
afternoon and tonight.
R. W. Harvey has opened his new
vulcanizing and retreading ahop on
Greenwood, near Harrlman. Mr.
Harvey took special instruction in
Portland In order to porfect him
self in work of this kind.
E. P. Purdy of Silver l.ako was
In Hend yesterday. Ho reports that
about 5000 acres of grain havo been
put In this season in tho dry Iako
bed and that a 25 por cent bettor
crop is oxpected than last year.
Preparations aro boiiiR mado by
tho local Moobo lodge for a danco
to ho" given on tho evening of Juno
2. at tho Hinnodrome. music to bo
furnished by Wilson Goorgo's jaxs
orchestra. Tho public Is invited.
NEW SENIOR JOINS
Thut tho RruduntlnR class of tho
Dond high school has boon incroasod
by oho member, wns learnod today
when annouuconiQut was mado of
tho birth of n baby dniiRhior to Mr.
and Mrs. Morlo Miller of this city.
Mr. Miller, who comploted his courso
at tho end of tho fall term, but who
will rocolvo his diploma at tho com
moiic'omont exorcises Friday night
of this week, Is onoot tho two mar
ried' hfoffon tho Bonior class roll.' -
TliE WARNER COMPANY
Quality " Meiditodae At Populw Pfite
' THIS IS BEND'S BABY KIIOF WB STOCK A COMrETK
Dresses Long aud short .30c, 8cT,$1.50, $1.08, $2.40, $2.08
Outing Petticoats Long, made of white outing 89o
KIMONOSr-A clever stylo made of white outing $1.00
Dootees A very good. selection- 23c, 20c, U3c,.tOc, 75c
Wool Vests Tiny 'Tot brand ,-.-.. ..$i.l5
Conts, Caps, Hose, Bands, Beads, Books Everj'thlBj- for the
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GINGHAM DRESSES. Plaids nud
Stripes....$:t.23, $1.00, $r..OO, $050
APRONS. Percnloa and Ginghams,
Light and Dark Coloiu
$1.70, ?1. OS, $2.no
$1.75, 2.75, $3.23, 3.0.