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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (July 10, 1908)
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For y Ladies
One of my cool, comfortable
Some at $ 1 .00
Some at $3.50
All slci. mill they are cheap
ut the price.
Better sob some 6f the
style in my window.
A few suggestions and prices:-
Garden Hoso---l,c and 12lc a foot.
Garden Rakes 5c
Garden -Hoes- 65cahd 85c.
Screen Doors'--$ J .45 and Xi75i
Screen Windows 45c anti 65c.
Wiro Scrcen-25c and 30c ydi
A full line of Shelf Hardware'
"The NeW Store"
A. Mi bARA
It Is now "Judge" lUli.s.
If you nrc losing your sole have I
; repaired by Lcgat, the shoe man.
S.J..$ponccr nml wife have rent
I thiOraut house and are occu-
vtng tile Maine as a residence,
Mrs. K. J. McCiittu will iea.c
')out the 1 8th of lltift month for u
.Nit at the old llotite III Mimic
. Walter Kroeger(1of .l'bilipsbttrg,
Mont., was ill llvucl the first of the
vcek making prqpf, on a timber
Itlmcr Merrill and Kny Wilkin-
ion are at the former's homestead
-tear the "fish trap" this week, and
ire building a new house thereon,
15. W. Uicliarilsoin road super-
isor, reports that he in yullc busy
For the Meii
A LIGHT WKIOHT
Inillaii or Mudr Cloth
50c to $2.50
TIM? VKRY IIKST LINK
AndtlES? You never
saw a prettier line
25c lb $1.00
these days building bridges over
laterals(cnst and southeast of town.
Six hrtiig'cs lit rill will be built for
the present, three on the Hear 0f I'riueville, for ait outing a,t Crane
Creek read and three on the IIuu-1 Prairie aud Davis Lake. ironi
nell road. tj,efc , t, will return to Heud but
K. J. McCatitt returned Wedttes- the ctli,erfiwill go over the tuouii
day uvehitig fibln Sluittiko altd ! tttjlt!j to tho Valley. Italph Speii
Higgft, al which places lib Bahjlctl ! ce,r Ins kindly consented to help
large sijjns for tlieli, i. & P. Co., out in The Bulletin office during
directing huuiescekers to the Bend j the absence of Mr. Aldridgc.
H. W. Mlclur.d.sou is boasting
these days, tluil lc has the best field
of oats in the country. He pays it
is growing aa fast us,, it' can under
this fine ltoti'auiil,iii(i ,ttow stands
A li,ytla 3-year old youngster of
lieiyLbJ .evidently not very favor
ably ppreased, wjtthe appearance
of hia lately arrived brother, as he
was heard to remark on a recent
occasion tint his brother "look.ii
like a fool." Ak Jimuiy about it.
Johnny Rather is now oflicc boy
j In the I). !.&. Co. olTcc.
C. I?, Hvcrlnjibam of KoHland
(was a Ilcnd caller on Sulurdoy last.
Mrs. Will iiatts will leave soon
for a visit with her parents at
j. L. McCulloch of Princvillc
was a business visitor in Mend Tues
day and Wednesday.
Wanted Girl or woman to do
neutral housework in small family.
Inquire at this office. loft
Geo. W., J. II. and Chan. I,.
Winter of Tuiuulo were Mend busi
ness visitors yesterday.
The good, old summer-time hot
weather is ujiou us, and A. M.
I.itra makes some timely sugges
tions in his ad. in this issue.
Dr. C. W. Merrill has assumed
his duties as fostmnstcr and the
Kstofficc has been moved into the
building occupied by the doctor's
drug store. ,
Three bands of sheep have passed
through the Hcnd country during
the past week, being driven to sum
mer range in the Cascades and the
Silver Lake country.
Mrs. A. M. I.ara and mother,
Mrs. Maddock, Mrs. Wilson and
daughter Alice, and Mrs. O'Kanc
j drove over to I'riucvillc Tuesday
on a business and pleasure trip.
J. I. West has just received 6300
lbs. of new furniture and the
freighters have gone after another
load. lie tells all about the new
goods in this week's ad. Read it.
Agent for Champion Hinders,
; Mowers and Kakus, Hinder -Twine,
Harbed Wire. Chiqkett Netting,
Mitchell. Haiti and Winona Woj
ons, Syracuse Plows and Harrows.
Came and sec inc. Ii. A. S.vrium,
Hcnd, Oregon. I7lf
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sharp, ac
companied by Mrs. Sharp's father,
the Kcv. Dr. Morrison of Portland,
and sister, Miss Gene, were ill Bend
the first of the week on an outing
along the Deschutes. Dr. Morri
son is an Kptscopal rector of Port
land. , A number of homesteaders in
this vicinity will make proof on
their holdings within the next few
weeks. Among thoc are Kritest
I Grifliu and Harney Lewis, who will
I make five-year proof, and Andrew
1 T. Moore, who will make commit
I tatiou proof.
j Work on the C. O. ty. Co.'s of.
! ficc building is lciug pushed thoc
j clays. Carlylc Triplet!, with the
! paint brush, and Nick Welder, with
the paper hanging outfit, arc fol
I lowing the carnters as they finish
portions of tlic building, and it will
1 soon be ready for occupancy.
I George Hates is a lucky fisher
man. At 11 teccut trip up t lie. river
he succeeded in landing . a jo-lb.
Dolly Vardeu and had some ex
citing work lo do it. It. j. Mc
Caini and Halph Spencer were with
Mr. Hates aud the three of litem
caught about uo Dollies in all.
' A. A. Aldridgc left Thutsday
morning with his mother and her
brother, A. II. Head and fatttily,
A Mr. Kakiuuuul twp;daughters,
Harbara and Mary, of Asoiia, ar
rived in Hetd, , Wednesday, on n
pleasure Hip through this section
of the state, mid stonnwj over uiglit;
for toliprt visit with. -Miss Hazel
Caldwli Miss lljrjb&a land Misq
llazq! Jfuvitig been, school friends
at Vfjllameltc university, Mr.,
Jiaklu is g brother oT Judge Robert
Eakitt, associate justice of the su
preme cburt of Oregou.
pre but outward ilins of the evil
done in secret by myriads ol dan-
Jrull germs nipping the lite blood
of the hair. Micro kilts the para
tile, soothes the Itchlof scalp,
Elves lustre lo the hair and stops
It falling out. A single application
gitcs relief aad proves its worth.
Save your hair before loo late.
Micro prevents bildnets. It is a
delightful dressing foe the hair,
free from create and sticky oils.
Ask ) our druggist for free booklet
HOYT CHEMICAL CO.
Last week Dr. Coc enjoyed a few
days' visit with an old University
ciass mate, Dr. H. Farrell of Car
ter vitle, Illinois. Dr. Pnrrbll was
taking a trip through the West,
heard of the Ilcnd country and
thought he would come dowti and
look it over. lie' stopped at the
Hotel Hcnd and Dr; Cob walked in
to the dining room otic morning
and found his old school mate seat
ed at a table, the first intimation
cither of them had that they were
within a thousand miles of each
other. The meeting was .1 mutual
surprise to both, and the subse
quent visit a very pleasant one.
J. X. Hunter. M. J. Kcllcy and
W. H. Sellers went out south of
town Tuesday to fight a fire in the
timber. The fire had started on
the Mrs. Lussier homestead and
had spread onto the claim former
ly owned by Millard Triplet!, burn
ing over in all about 40 acres, The
men succeeded in confining the
conflagration and stopped its spread
ing. It is thought the fire was
started by the children of some
campers setting Yirc to an ant hill
and then carclcisly allowing it lo
spread. Campers should be very
careful with fires as the timber is
very dry and a fire does much dam
age. Little Charley Merrill had a nar
row escape from a serious injury on
the Fourth, and as it was he re
ceived painful burns about the face
aud head. Charley was standing
about six feet from some sort of a
"Chinese 1'lowcr Pot" which had
been lit and which loppled over be
fore it went off. AsChnTlcy stooped
over to toucli off a fire cracker
the flower pot exploded, shooting a
mass of flame into the little chap's
face. His eyebrows and eyelashes
were burned off, his face quite bad
ly burned, and his hair singed off
close. His eyes were quite badly
injured, but the injury. will not be
permanent and he is recovering
nicely. He was a lucky boy to es
cape without more serious burns.
When You' Paint
buildings, inside or out
side, if you tVdsirc the
very' best results, dtj'the
leflst expense ydii
AtPuir,Llni of arocerIe3t Drj
rtnU Hardwnre always en
RING SCALP a
wlili in 1 I
As. well as evefy business mnn
have a bank accoiint.
.., v, Why?;
Because! 'our mon(?y 's sfef in ie bank than
jlnywhcre else. , u-
jng your biite' by check is the
simplest and mflst convenient method.
Your check becomes' a" voticher for the
debt ii pays. , , ,
It gives you a better standing with business
Money iri the bank strengthens your credit.
A bank accollnt
ages you to
This bank doea all the bookkeeping.
ye t Your bank book is a record of your buslaei.
To those desiring Banking Connections with a well
established Bank, we extend Our services.
The Central Oreggfr Banking (&?
t. DIRECtORS: ,
John Sleidl Lumberman anil Timber Ok iter.
U. C. Cos , ..l'lljjlciaii Ami Surgeon.
H. P. J. McDonald..! Mayor of Btnj
E. A. Sillier ,...
I J. B. Heyburn.4 ."...., yrVJ..
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6joo LBS. OF XEV FURNITURE JUST ARRIVF.D A1'P
2000 LBS. MORK ON THE ROAD.
STIU' l.V NI) 1?S YMINB THli !liV 5
BARRETT FLEXIBLE CURTAIN ROD
, Tlictc nxU are immediately aljutnble to window o( alt viidth.
ncjijinil ihapcs. Ttiry nte unequalled tor fine lace or Meoli W-atf,
Glj Curtain, ltalf.Sah Curtaiui. I'nririla. IlH:-Ul$e. Ilonne Femturi.
or Putl Window Curiam; alsouteil ct:'livcly for 1'IlloW Slup lluk!-
ctr. flnMbCB arcCbcap onlv; loci.
China and Common
Telescopes - 50c to $2 50
Suit. Cases - fi,50,!o fS.oo
Trunks, - $2.00 to ; s.op
Mattresses - $3.00 to S5.00
Chairs of all kinds.
A LARCH SflTLY OI
Lime and Cement
West's Furniture Store-
' J-' r
(Succcuor to C
Timber and Desert
Central Oregoil Real Estate
We buy or sell your land no matter where situated. Wc can sup-
ply you with any class of land at any time. Call on us, or write for 5
HUOH O'KANE, Prop.
MOST CSNTRALI.Y LOCATRH HOTEL IN HliWl
SAMPLE ROOM IN COMNECTtQI.'
New House, New Furniture, Reasonable .Rates. Gwnl Roams
Always Reserved for Transient Trade.
Shpe repairing dctue with nCat-
ness rind dispatch .by Legat, tlie '
harycssuiaker and cobbler. At A.
L. JHypter's old stan4.
G. LiEhlers, of Plymouth, Irfwa,
has been spending a portion of the
week in Bend. Mr. Ehlers will be
the cashier of '.the new boufc aRed
nioud, and it is understood tbat Air.
Nielson will be assistant' caihler.
The'ijew banker have rented tlte
building formerly' occupied' by the
I), T. & P. Co. arltl will tarts have
(he use of tlie vault that te irriga
tion company had built.
teaches, helps and eacour-
Bed 5pring9 - St. 00. to fs.oaj
Iron Bedsteads - $4 to $14
Floor Oilcloth, - 75c yd.
Linoleum, 72 in. wide -v
- - $2.00 per yd.
Dressers, Mirrors, Etc., Etc.
D. lirown & Co, 1
Akli maus ur
Lands a Specialty
E. C. PARK
Imryitjerand Ureeder cf
, v lpRE.IlULD
Black xUm:s:slia 11 Chickens
Youngylock for Sale.
Rl'DMOKn - UUUC.ON'
Is Your Erajxriy Por Sale?
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