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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 9, 1909)
After more than a month's work by the carpenters
"THE BIG STORE"
Is again in order and ready for your inspection. To
J accommodate my rapidly increasing business, I
found it necessary to enlarge my store over one
i third. In the new part, "THE ANNEX," you will
J find a complete assortment of crockery, tinware,
fishing tackle, and kindred lines. You will, I think,
appreciate the new arrangement, as the entire store
has been thoroughly departmentised.
A cordial invitation is extended to you person
ally to visit and thoroughly inspect my store.
To make your visit worth while, I am Rolnp; to give you some spec
ial bargains. These prices are good for--
Thursday, Friday and Saturday Only
f iirMiliQ 'furred Slock Hrniid, tlior
CUUdlua 0ity cleaned and tucked
from selected stock only. These high grndc
goods Imvc never before " ,nvrc fnr 9
been Mild nt this price... PAtb lUT JL
CpPffal Dflictftc Preferred Slock Brand, guar
JUUUI tVdlSinb mccil absolutely clean and
!!!ec SIT '"'""V" 2 boxes for 25c
WIiWa Hnncft fnffnft Considered by many
iiimv iivhjw wmiwv jC mosl (IcliciOttH COl"
fee in the world.
and tlic price is
Put tip in a-lb.
nir tklit tins
per (in 88c
fnvlnn Tri T,1C cno'ccitt tea llint grows, nn
WCyiUII IIU cx,,i.,itc article; packed in tea
lend in the kland of Ceylon and .sold in the orlg
1-2 lb., 31c; W lb., 15c
Ladies' White Shirt Waisfs O"
(rotn qoc to $j oo each. These arc samples and
exceptional bargain- at the above prices but
Kom "' ,,.r,ccs .wi" 60c to $2.00 each
Muslin Underwear Childr'ns Drawers
Trimmed with three tucks and embroidery rnflle;
n good value nt 35c OA nn',r
special prick xut; pair
Misses Drawers Kl
tuckt and hem
Milclicd runic, regular 35c
My Hclnl price during these "Jc niif
three days only
Fancy Dress Gingham I.Jr
dress gingham; regular 15c value
Fancy Summer Wash Goods
entire line of
tl c w
choice patterns; the proper goods for your Fourth
of July dress; regular 15c and aoc 'r vrl
values. Social price 'abJu'
IN THE NEW ANNEX
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY
WIRE CLOTHES LINE 75 feet long,
four-struml galvanized wire only
COTTON CLOTHES LINE 60 feet long, three
strand twisted; special price - 2 for 25c
MILK SKIMMER Extra heavy rctlniirtl. The
l)cst value In the store only 2 for 15c
CAKE TINS Removable bottom; the very best
tin made; lc sure and sec these; only 15c
PIE TINS 8 inches, one piece, heavy re
tinned 0ly Sc each
UERRY IK)VIS with nIx small berry dishes;
you can't tell them Irom the genuine cut
glass. .Social price per set 5()c
JAPANESE TEA IH)TS Rich chocolate color;
beautifully decorated; special price 60c
TROUT FLIES Rogue River, Quality, 18 differ
cut kinds; all sues; regular 10 cent qual
EASE HALLS for the Hoys
ROUNDER, a good one
CHAMPION, a better otic-
KINO OP THE FIELD, best
PISH POLES t. and 16 foot selected cane poles,
regular 15c quality; special J for 25c
STPEL RODS, KAINBOW SPECIAL 4 joints;
cork handle; reel seat U-low handle; regular
$3.65; special $2.25 each
2 for 15c
COME AND SEE A MODERN STOltE AND CONSIDER THIS
A PERSONAL INVITATION TO YOU '
"THE BIG STORE"
BEND, OREGON A. M. LARA
Milk for' alc. Inquire of E. A.
Two good houscH for rent; one
place with barn. P. O. Minok.
The salary of the Bend post
master has been raised to $1100,
A. M. Lara has sold his team and
"outfit" to the Pilot Ilutlc LI very
Those baths at the Pilot Butte
Hotel are something finetwo
large tubs. Jtf
Miss Dunsmore spent last Sun
day as the guest of Mrs. John
Ryan at The Tulcs.
Rev. Mitchell will conduct serv
ices in the church next Sunday,
morning nnd evening.
J. M. Lawrence arrived In Bend
Monday evening from Roscburg,
and will return to Portland on Fri
George Storkman, the , Princville
cigar manufacturer, was in Bend
yesterday Interviewing the cigar
Don't forget that the union high
school election takes place on
June at. Every voter should be
Ed McGuire, formerly of Princ
ville, has opened a tailor shop in
the Triplctt building. Resd his ad.
in another column.
Miss Dorothy Schoolcraft will
spend much of the summer at the
homestead of Mr. and Mrs. Sawhill
near the W. P. Varldevert ranch.
I have moved my office from the
Triplctt building into the rooms
formerly occupied by me in the
Johnson building. Dr. I. L. Sco
field. Bend. 12-13
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hunlcr and
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. V. H.
Stoats kit the f.rst of the week to
visit the Portland rose festival and
the Seattle exposition.
The hot weather has come and
with It a promising looking soda
fountain has put in an appearance
at the Bend r'rug store. Whom
will they try It on first?
Hugh O'Kane left Friday for
Portland and Mrs. O'Kane went
out Sunday on tfic automobile line:
They will visit relatives in Portland
and take In the Ro:e Festival.
The Pilot flutte Livery & Feed
Barn will be run in connection with
the hotel. A new shed with a
number of stalls will be furnished
to freighters and emigrants. Uuy
and grain for sale. itf
Chairman Sather announces that
there will be a meeting of the gen
eral committee of the Fourth of
July celebration, said meeting to be
held in The Bulletiu office tomor
row (Thursday) evening.
Paul Johnson, of Berkeley, Cat.,
sails from New York on Tunc 30
for Europe. Mr, Johnson will
travel with bis mother, Mrs. S. S.
Johnson, and will probably be
abroad for six mouths or more.
Clean, Alodcrn Service
No Long Walts
Very choice selection of 160 acres
under the canal, in Sec. 33 and 34,
17-1.1. Am compelled to sell at a
sacrifice as I have no time to im
prove. Address, Owkuk, 505
North I, Tacouia, Wash, Agents,
The First National Bank
OP BEND BEND, OREGON
Or. U. O. COC, Pr.iW.nt t. A, SATHCR, Vl Prtllrftnt
0. a. MuoeoH, c.Mr
Capital full? paid
Are You Going to The
If so, you want to carry
but IRtle currency.
Call at tbe Bank awl we
will arrange to have your
checks and drafts cashed
in Seattle, without per
No charge for this service,
which is only one of the
many ways in which we
can assist you.
t- MP" m masaaammamma
U. C. COn R. A. SATIIKK C. S. HUDSON
P. P. SMITH II. C. P.LLIS
Oltli VISITORS are ilwayt welcome;
other are alway a pest. The peat
kind are beRinnini; to make their
aDDcarance. There is one wav to
cuanl againtt them. i. e, by purchasing a
lull mi of CALDWBLL'S
Screen Doors and Windows
Use Masury's Paints and Oils No&e so good.
Alfalfa, Timothy, and a small amount of Clever Seed.
Doors and Windows. Ume and Cement,
S. C. CALDWELL.
The ONLY DIRECT STAGE
LINE to Bend, Oregon.
4-HORSE COVERED STAGES.
Stages pass through Madras, Culver, Redmond, TaidUw, to Bend
nnd thence to any poiut iu Central Oregon. Stages connect at
Redmond with Sisters line. For further information call oa or
address H. H. COE, local agent, Sbaniko, Oregon, or
BEND-SHANIKO LIVERY & STAOE CO.,
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EXPRESS AND BAGGAGE
When You Need
Alodcrn, Neat and Serviceable
Call oh MILLARD TR1PLETT
54,00 Per Cord, Delivered.
$3.50 Per Cord, Delivered.
F. M. CAF.TER..
The Bulletiu leads.
When in Bend
The Place to Eat
Orders Served in
The Bulletiu only fi 50 ' year.