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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (July 17, 1908)
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THE BEST HACE TO TRADE
Is Where the PRICES ARE RIGHT QUALITY
Just Note These Prices and Then Test $e Quelity-tdf Yourself:
I'UUNUS. Italiini ymi, clean. nct
AI'I'l.HS, blenched, fiincy sliced , clean
a lbs for .... ..25C
MIAN'S, small while, or pink, reclamed
COI'I'IIII, the best lit town try it jsc
jlbsfor w v SI. 00
.MACARONI, Climuic Sea Shell, moil de
llcioui tic, a Ibn for 25c
KICII, Iiiix)rlcl Japan Imiwriuli the Uut
ioc .i lbs for 25c
PIIAKS, ilartlctt A. fc I.. Hx. .Standard.
TOM.VIOHS. pcclml Hx. Standard, joc
3 can for 35c
I parry u full line of "Preferred Stock"
Roods and thenc arc the bet that can be pro
dnced. A trial of iIicm: Rood, will make you
n steady cuMotucr for all "I . S " jirinlticts.
PMUKKD LAWNS, dainly patterns, nil
new Koods, rcnulnr aoc value, special , ,
to close, per yd 15c
I'lliUltED WIIITI2 (lOUI)S, choice pat
terns, regular 35c value, special to
close, per yd 25c
OUTINU I'LANNRLi choice of .my pat
tern in the store, regular rac quail-
tics, per yd 10c
DKKSS (JINOIIAAiS, 15 different pat-
term, all new styles, choice at. .12J4C
1 also carry a complete line of
I .AC I: nml UAlliKqiUBKED COI.LAKS.
These goods arc all new and strictly up
to the minute. " J ,.
BOYS' OKAY CANVAS SHOPS, sires x
to $, special, per pair $1.00
CHILDREN'S TAN OXFORDS, "Star
Iirand," sizes 10 to 12, 51.50, sizes
12 103', $1.75
BOYS' SHOOS, "Star Brand" Victory,
a heavy sjipe for a real boy, size 1.1,
i, 2, for $2.00; sires 3 to 5 $2.25
LADIES' PAT. LEATHER OXFORD,
"Star Brand" Verona, Cuban heel,, '
4-cyclct Iluchcr $3.00
LADIES' PAT. COLT OXFORD, "Star
Brand" Quaker, a nobby, up-to-date
When you. wear a
"STAR BRAND" SHOE
you have ease and comfort the best quality,
and a perfectly satisfactory shoe. '
SHIRTS, heavy work shirW, double
fronts, military fronts, -all sizes 50c
SHIRTS, soft collars, light colors. all.,
SHIRTS, while mohair, coolest, most
comfortable shirt made, all sizes---. 52.50
PAINTS, Ex. quality imported HtiRlish
Corduroy, sewed with silk, best
made, pairt $3.50
KAUKI SUITS FOR BOYS, just
the thing for the kids 7 to to -'52.00
11 to t6-.
When you want a nobby, up-to-date
TIE, SUIT OF CLOTHES,
or anything else iu.
MENS' GOODSi .
come in and see me. I have a complete line
at all times.
I Will Have
Fresh Fruits & Vegetables
a Soon utility are In lite .Market.
The Big Store on The Corner"
are now In, 5c ib
Old Potatoes, large & firm, 65c I'acl
A. ML LARA
MEETING TO DISCUSS RAILROAD MATTERS.
'spring On that day tS people vis
ited the library and 11 books were
There will be an open meeting of the Bend Com-! jl
llicrcial Ulll) lie VI AiOIUIXiy evening. JUiy -U, 111 Lara 1 in Washington near the Columbia
Hall, for the purpose of discussing matters connected
with the building of the Central Oregon railroad.
'Air. Roscoe Howard and Air. C. M. Redfleld will ad
Kress the meeting As this is a matter of supreme
importance to this entire section, there should he a
river. Mr. Tweet Is to ve; poor
health nml it is hoped that treat
incut at the springs will benefit
lum. If his health improves they
will return to Hend next fall.
large attendance. Everybody is, not only cordially In- of Warm Spring and Sears tints wil
vltcd but earnestly requested to be present, Sof Urn Pm S,h" dSE
A. At. LARA. President.
fteincuiljcr the ice croom social
If you are losing your sole have
It repaired by I.cgnl, the shoe man.
' ' .Veil Smith has returned to Hend
after spending sever) mouths at
Uuluth, Minn. (
The orchestra will give a dance
Saturday evening in I.aru hall.
Nick Weider left Thursday mow
(ug for Portland where he will re
Jny Render returned Tuesday
from Spokane where he has been
for .several weeks.
Joe McKay is again a resident of
llend nftcr having been absent for
.two or three months.
Mr. ond Mm. V. l Seller will
leave iu n day or two for their
homestead near Odcll.
.nick I'rcucii nnu wiie win icavo
next week for tjue Valley, where
they will reside hereafter.
Horn, to Mr. hud Mrs. Ktitory
Davenport, nt the Davcnport'Ston
ley rnuch, on Tuesday last, a baby
Mrs. Wilson is expecting a
daughter to arrive next Tuesday
from New York, to remain indefi
Vilely nt IJcnd, fJ
Shoe rejittlMiig done withlleat
hew and tlispdlcli by JeERt, the
hnrnessmttkfcr and cobbler. At A.
I Hunter's bid stand.
The llulletiu family is indebted
to I.. I). Wicft for a box of line
struwbctricjt. Mr. Wiest's harries
arc certainly diliciotts. r ,
Anyone wishing to buy a gentle
horse and new buggy 11 ml liew mu
gle ..harness, see Win, -Stephen,
Mend. 5150 takes the Outfit.
The Hotel lleud is being t,ivci a
new cont of paint, which greatly
Improves its appearance. I.coan
Pciarske is wielding the brush.
The f,ndlcV Library Club will
give mi ice cream social Saturday
evening iu the MuUig building, and
will begin serving at f o'clock.
Win. Stephen reports that his
gasoline launch lifts reached Shan
iko, and he .says he Is going to
bent the railroad into tyuul with it.
. Mf. and Mrs. Mcr.alliu of Red
mond and Mr, and Mrs. V. J.
O'Connor spent Saturday night and
Sitilday camping and fishing on the
river above llend.
.'Rittlc I'Vnncis Uedficld tetldcrcd
la party yesterday afternoon to a
uuoiucr 01 nls little mends ill Honor
of his fifth birthday. It is of course I
needless to reinnr'i tlie little lolks
had a rollicking good time. .
Agent for Champion liiuders,
Mowers and Rakes, Hinder Twine,
Harbcd Wire, Chicken Netting,
Mitchell, Ilain aitd Winona Waft
dVis, Syracuse Plows' and Harroyys.
Come and sec me. K. A. Satiiku,
Hmu, Oregon, n ' ' Vtf
The patronage bfthe llend library
has Uot fallen off ns much as it Whs
ejected to dmiugfhc h6t wcntlibp.1
Monday was tue uatuicr uay since
the Institution: was opened la3t
llcgiunliig July 6, the northern
stage which has been going by way
iKOplc of that pt of the desert
a daily mail .service, which they
should appreciate, and no doubt
they will Silver Lake Leader.
Miss Cora Ferguson has resigned
her position in the l'rit'evillc pub
lic School. This was done on ac
count of her health. While the
school board is forry to lose her
services and offered he flattering
inducements to stay, Ml.vs Fergu
son deemed it advisable to take a
year's test. Journal.
The l'rluevlllc band gave a de
lightful concert Sunday afternoon,,
in the court house yard, the bench
es of which were comfortably filled1!
with people who cume to listen to j
the music, The baud ua. improved
considerably since C. A. Riddle
took hold of- it. and plays some
rather stiltV selections nicely. Rc,
W. M. Wilson and wife of Val
dez, AJqskhj, have been in Hend
during the punt week looking after
businq-is interests iu these parts,
where Mr. Wilson is owner ot a-
large tract of laud. Mr. Wilson is
very enthusiastic over the future of
the Uend jcouutry, and to show his
faith Id' It nit- is understood that he
subscribed for a neat little block of
stdk in the' Central Oregon railroad
before he left the town. . I
Dodgers scattered over Rend An
nounce that tlie Hon. John Aldt-u
Scabur,' cdltdr of the Latdlaw
Chronicle, will lecture at the Ban-
'tiit church hi JJclul on Wednesday
evening, Jttly ii The dodgers
read in part' "Come oyt,aiui neur
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the J Ion. John Aldcn Seabury. cd-itor-edcstrian-author.
speak of his
travels. Come out and see Arthur I
William Seabury, only wven years
old Aug. 3. cuampiou wy waixcr.
Agent for Champion Hinders,
Mowers and Rakes, Ilindcr Twine,
Harbcd Wire, Chicken Netting,
Mitchell, Haiti and Winona Wag
ons, Syracuse Plows and Harrows.
Come and se c. 15. A. SvriiitK,
Hend, Oregon. i;tf
A box of express that nttracted
much attention passed through
Hend from Ro!and last Saturday.
on its way to Washington, D. C.
The box contained two live lynx,
full grown, that were being sent to
Dr. Cecil French, d naturalist. The
two cats did not appreciate the at
tention that was being given them,
and whenever ntiyoue approached
their cage gave vcut td their dis
pleasure by growls and uiutterings
the meaning of whicll no 00c could
mistake. They were caught iu the
vicinity of Roslaud by C. C. Ran
dolph, Wanted '
Stenographer. Ditscm .Kr Ir
rigation K: I'owkk Co. tS
As well as every business man should
have a bank account.
l''olev'(i'iUo UNrtljH,,tlir uewJaMl
te, Umvilu(e,H, but ilpcs not rrtute.
U I UlC DCkT
jinlr iuoip I
laxattVC.. 'OnannitfcSl or
ck.C. W Merrill, r ug
(JC)te Horse Unlncnl U prtpn
esjly for the needs ol boricmrvr
rA)n. II U a pontrlul nod p;.ic
Aralirjiihimcni, a remed)' lorcnKC&'fll
2es. A soothing embrocation lor Mi
wounds nj Injuries ifcj
an the best liniment Tor
soreness. - Uncqualtd tar
pellet d bsln,
RAHUft&WIRE and (or heiUnr cut
akfjhmv ores and bruises. .Paclllc
lfiii lAdtttcnt Is fully tuaranteed;
No dit(d6 (nod or helpful In so maa
i) ' ,lf il tails to sMlsfy, v, e authothv
all dealer's Jo refund the purchase price,1
Mil, tn S'ljti i)nti rim !.
it : .j&l
eooKi.nr dsvv 1 fbcij
Because: 'our woney is sifer in the bank ilr
anywhere else. ' '
Paying your billsx bdweV is the
simplest and most convenient method."
Your check becomes u voucher for the
debt it pays. v '
It gives you a better standing with business
men. " K- 4
Money in the bank strengthens your credit
j bank account teaches, help and encour
ages you to save. r
This bauk does all the bookLeepuig,.
j 'Tour bank book is a record of yoar biftints.
To those deittifog Banking Ccmhettions with a wall
establisheJJank, we extend oub services. ,
The Central Oregon Banking (Mb
John Sletdl .a Lumbceiusn nMd Tlwtxr Owner.
U. C. Coo ,1'hysiciatv and Surgeon.
H. P. J, McDonald ,.,. . . Mayor of Ilcml.
E. A, Snther ,, , Merchant.
J. B. Heyburn. ..... TT .V-ST7?.TcWer.
ery and Restaufaht
SOLICITS TUB PATRONAGB OF TIIIJ PUBUC.
.Hfiinti Ajje Bread for Sale.
AH?P.r?Jes. Ckes1, okies., Doughnuts and Everj
Restaurant, Vltf jfivc xneaAt aHTuw between 0 a.'toj and 10 m
OiNDAV WNiNERS A SPECIALTY.