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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1910)
To the Ladies:
We have just received an immense
line of Dry Goods. These goods
should have reached us three
weeks ago in ample time to,sup
ply your needs for the summer.
The line consists of
Muslin Underwear, White Waists,
amatmmmmmm . . ... . i i n i n i i i i i i i I I i
Skirts, Ready-MadejSuits, Linen
Coats, Drapery Goods, Wash Goods
andJExtra Fjne Summer Suitings.
These goods we do not propose
to carry over. They must be sold
within the next two weeks. To do
this we will make very interesting
prices. The line is absolutely
complete now so don't wait.
M - (
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BITS ABOUT TOWN.
Cleveland's Baking Powder.
P. A. Wooley of T' ualo, was in
town last week.
Miss Iva West, daughter of J. I.
West, returned to Bend last Friday.
Cooks who make the best pie
crust use Cleveland's Baking Pow
der. A sidewalk hai been built on the
north side of Oregon street west of
Ralph C. Corbln and W. G.
Pordham of Rosland were in Bend
The roofing over trie sidewalk in
front of the old White meat market
has been removed.
Work is progressing on the con
struction of Li nster's ruacbiue shop
next to the Opera House.
C. B. Allen was down from the
Ml-Jcws. He says crops there
abouts are looking splendidly.
Mashed potatoes are made whiter
nud lighter by adding Cleveland's
Baking Powder before beating.
Miss Maud Vandevcrt returned'
from Portland last Friday night,
bringing with her Miss lone Fisher.
J. F, Taggertfc Co. are installing
a first-class restaurant in the build
ing on the corner of Wall and Ore
The Bulletin has a big new as
sortment of high grade Bond let-tcr-hcad
papers, in many tints, to
Over 375 head of horses were
put up in the Bend livery stables
on the Fourth in addition to those
usually on hand. (
O' Donneil Bros, have oidcred a
j-h.-p. Waterloo engine to be oper
ated in connection with their meat
market and sausage factory.
The Star Bakery supplied the
"feed" at the realty men's meeting
last week. It was "good dope,"
toothe bakery docs fine work.
Pure milk delivered at your door
at toe per single quart. Leave or
ders at Kelly's confectionery.
16-18 II. Si-inning.
A. I). Moe, the tailor, says he
wishes the Fourth came around
monthly. Kvcryouc in town discov
ered their clothes needed pressing.
A clean-up sale oil men's Oxfords
35 per cent ofl. Boys' Oxfords 20
per cent ufT. Come early, while I
have the sizes. Men's Toggery,
A. L. French.
John White is now operating the
restaurant in his building on the
corner of Wall and Oregon streets
which formerly wus conducted bj
Wheeler and Carr.
Mr, and Mrs. Sylvester Stoats
returned last Saturday from their
wedding trip to the coast, and have
taken up their residence lu the
J I tn Linti brought a 14-pound
"Dolly Vardcn" into town last
week. lie scys it gave him all
kinds of a fight some distance be
low the Fish Traps,
Last Friday 11,500 sheep passed
FULL LINE OF
Dpovs, Sashes, Paints, Glass, Uuilders'
Hardware, Roofing. Everything you
need for your new House or new Store.
N. P. SMITH
Wall Street, Wall Street
through Bend on their way to the
summer ranges in the mountain
forest reserves. Jake Hiuton of
Suanlko owned 9,5000.
Wantud Position as cook in a
small outfit. Telephone or write
to Mrs. Huntington, care of F. A
On (Saturday Dr. Coe went to
Crescent iu his car. He reports
several new cases of scnrlet fever in
II. P. J. McDonald went to
Priuevillc yesterday to file the plats
of "Bend Higkts." the Lhter
property west of the river which is
to be put on the market in resdence
Maurice Lara, cousin of A. M.
Lura, who was associated with the
management of "The Big Store"
Inst winter, has returned from Chi
cago to remain here permanently.
Fourth of July sale on men's
tailor-made suits. Reduction of
from $3.00 to $7.00 per suit; have
your measure taken before it is too
late. Men's Toggery, A. L. French
L. F. Wakefield came down
from Crescent last week. He re
ports that on the previous Sunday
fourteen automobiles with parties
from Klamath Palls were at Odell
Rev. J. Anthony Mitchell will
hold services morning and evening
next Sunday. "Our Duty to
Father and Mother," morning sub
ject, "Hunting for Men," subject
J. N. Hunter and W. II. Staats
have had the old barn on Minne
sota street back of the Chapman
building remodelled into a garage,
in which they now keep their new
The Fourth of July decorations
of F. W. Stafford's National Cash
Market established a record in et
tractivencss. Never before was
beef so patriotically bedecked with
red white and blue.
Miss Mary C, Davies, neiee of
Mrs. M. J, Kelley, is visiting Mrs.
Kelly. Miss Davies has just grad
uated from the Washington High
School iu Portland. She will re
main here for some months,
A record of speedy construction
apparently is being made by $her
rittt Bros, in the erectiou of John
White's uew building on Wall
street. Begun last week, it now
practically is completed.
The big guessing contest at the
National Cash Market closed last
Friday, the $20 oil stove going to
Mrs. Kulp, who guessed 1550 beans
as the number in the jar. Mar
ian Lawrence and Ruth Caldwell
counted the beans, finding 1533,
Notick is hereby given Hint I
have purchased from Chew & Silke
all the cord and uncut wood on the
railroad rightofway between Bend
and Wctweathcr Springs. All per
sons interfering with same will be
tf Wm. P. Downing.
Lost A team of marcs, about
850 weight. One grey, one bay.
Branded 8 on" left shoulder. Both
have baiters on;' Lost six miles
east of Priuevillc' road.' Send in
formation io Bulletin office. $30
reward for recovery. Clakknck
V. Barto. I4tf
Found -Bay '. Horse 24 miles
east of Bend, on Bear Creek Road;
weight about itoo pounds, no
brand, tlirce shots, white star in
lorchcad, both hind feet white.
Owner may have same by calling,
proving ownership tend paying ex
penses. O. L. Moore. x6-x8
Miss Veda Williams and Mi
Cornelia Wilson entertained a num
ber of friends last Thursday even
ing at the home of Mrs. J. M. Law
rence. After a cafeteria supper on
the lawn the party spent the re
mainder of the evening within doors
with music and games.
FoundOne dark gray horse,
weight 1450; branded UX 011 shoul
der, JV on left stifle. Dark brown
horse, weight 1350, brand W on
right shoulder, white stripe runs
from middle of face to end of nose
Brown horse hobbled. Came to
my place at Cougar Butte 4 weeks
ago. Owner may find the same by
addressing George Hilliard, care
Fisher Logan, Held, Or. 17-30
The Wise Farmer Boys
LOS ANOELES TO NEW YORK.
Two MotorcycHaU on Their Way
Across the Continent.
H. D. Johnson and A. H. Helge
sas cf Lea Angeles, passed through
Bend Saturday on their way to
Spokane. They are crossing the
continent by mototcycic, seeking
roads out 01 me oruiuary travel ana
nninu of interest not trenerallv seen
by the traveling public, taking
views and writing a description 01
the trip and country for Bicycling
World, of New York City, and
Motorcycling, of Chicago.
Mr. folinon is ridinir for the In
dian factory, testing the machine
in one of the hardest tripe known
for motorcycles, from Los Angeles
via trie coast route tc xtcautng,
armcq Oretron to Sookane. Wash..
via Helena, Butte, National Park,
Bismarck, N. D , and Unicago;
thence via the Great Lakes and
down the Hudson. Mr. Hejgeson
is riding a Minneapolis two-speed,
and botn will Keep a recora 01 per
formance of machines and report
weak points to the factories.
They have been on the way near
ly a mouth, camping out wherever
night overtakes them. Each car
ries 135 pounds luggage on carrier
on rear wheel, comprising grub and
camp outfit. They report hard
rnaH for these vehicles from Red
ding, California, to this place, the
land making travel siow ana tire
some. The roads through this sec
tion are fine for auto or team.
Over all these 1 500 miles of rough
and rocky roads, the G. &. J. tires
used have made a wonderful record
only one puncture each on the
trip nails through casing. No
other trouble has been experienced.
HARD TIMES IN MINNESOTA.
Awful Weather Condition Cut Crops
and Boost Prices.
Suffering humanity will join tonight
lit every Minneapolis church ia which
prayer meetings will be held, in sup
plications for rain to break the awful
drouth. I'or there has been no rain
this month unless a meager five-hun
dredth of an inch be counted rain.
It ia the most protracted hot spell
since 1901. The meau temperature for
the past wek have been 9 degrees above
the normal mean temperature for June.
Milk cousumers are Dangerously near
price raise now ani face probable ad
vance next fall, anyway. I'or dairymen
are up against lack of pasturage. Grass,
except in lowlands, is burned up. one
dairymen said today he had turned his
cows into his oat field. Wholesale milk.
people say the milk supply is cut down
50 per cent.
Destruction or marked decrease of the
hay crop means added expense tp the
dairymen uext winter. Hay dealers say
tlio Minnesota crop is gone, even to a
one-third normal prairie hay crop, and
tall prospects are for high hay prices.
Millfeed, too, is upward bound.
High feed prtca .plat to increased,
cost o! operating all 'bvisiuesa involving
we of horses ami cows. So the high-!
cost-of-living problem is booked up with
the blisteriug beat, and drouth spells
worry to the man of uneven temper,
Daily News, Minneapolis.
They ore heavier in con
struction, and will last
longer unite harJ hms
than other mowers.
The bearing surfaces are larger and
the motion of the running gear is
slower tLan on other machines.
They cost no more than in- GJ t
ferior mowers. Price. pJ
All ordinary repairs can fee made at our store,
Bend Hardware Co.
HbW.5I X -1..
j REMEMBER, THE
Commences April First. We
carry a full line of the very best
Big new shipment just i. Rods.
Vr Flies, Leaders, etc
S. C. Caldwell
EYERYTHN6 fr tk Fisfera.
WHEN IN BEND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Table always supplied with the best that the town affords.
Neat and Comfortable Rooms. Bknd, Oregon
CAN SUPPLY THE WANTS OF
A BIG raw SHIPMENT OF
THE VERY THING FOR CAMPING.
NEW STOCK OF
LAMPS, CAP JELLY GLASSES, HANDSOME
White ani Gold China.
IT'S ALL WORTH SEEING AND IT'S ALL
The Old Reliable Store.
E. A. SATHER