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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1911)
CLOSING OUT SALE
Wo arc absolutely closing out our entire line of Wfagons, Harness,
Barbed Wlro, Poultry Wiro, Noils, Building and Rootling Paper, in
facd EVERYTHING IN THE HEAVY HARDWARE LINE.
om Reliable Peter Schuttler Wagon
The one wagon that has stood tho test of time. This is tho wagon
chosen yoars ago by Brigham Young to movo tho Mormons across
tho Great American Desert and thoy mado tho trip "without oven
having tho tiros reset Thoy aro just as good a wagon today as
thoy wore 50 years ago. Tho 3 1-2 inch ond larger sizes arc fitted
with tho patented stool collars, making them absolutely tho strongest
wagon mado. All sizes aro fitted with tho patent metal sand guards,
making tho axlo dust proof, an advantage that it is well to consider
in this country. Another thing to remember Is that
"EVERY PART IS GUARANTEED"
by tho manufacturer. Now for prices:
3-inch Old Reliablo gear only
3' -inch Old Reliablo gear only
3'; -inch Old Reliablo gear only
3 ' -inch Old Reliablo gear only
10-foot Pctor Schuttler bed
14-foot California rack bed . ...
Wo have in stock extra polos, reaches, axles, skeins, collars, etc., so
that if an accidont should happen to a Schuttler you can get fixed
up without a long wait. This is a good point to remember.
For SOLID WORTH
Peter Schuttler Wagon.
"Tho Store of Better Values."
I plowing. He reporU also that travel
Is heavy in that direction, nine
iwagonH being met by him mi he
came In within a mile or two, near
Ccorge Dewltt, Fritz Antiunion,
T. It. Nevius, Phillip Cardinal.
(Jeorge Mnrer and Charles Ferns
trorn were located on homesteads in
tho Hampton Butte country the lust
week by the Stowart.Steelle & Rich
The library has received the fol
lowing books for the pay shelf:
"Old Row iiml Silver," Fnrnol;
"Colng Some," Reach; "Mollle Make
Relieve." Abbott; "Sowing Seeds In
T J. Srhultz this week filed on
a homestead in the fringe Flats
section, securing the relintulfihment
of W. T. Ing, of Sumner, Wash.
Mr. Schultz's fattier also has a 1120
acre claim in that neighborhood.
Manager J. K. Monon of the
Dwtcliuto L'inil Co. returnetl to Im
I'lne yesterday from Portland. He
report that an engineer from
Stockton. California, will be in next
weeK to wt up tile dredger pur
chased from Stockton manufactur
Jean SchitTer. proprietor of the
PtMtollice Corner Store, says he has
recoiled from the secretary of the
Panama-Pacific Imposition nt San
Francisco in 1915. aipointment as
interpreter, for which position Mr.
Fchiffer applied. He hi oaks 11
(I. P Brookings of Tekamah.
Neii., arrived lost Thursday. Ren
Kesseler. Charles Taylt)r, James
Rrickey, Cal Sackett and Charles
Staulfer aatl family accompanied
Mr. Brookings from Nebraska. All
the party have homesteads in the
Hampton country, and are going
out to take up residence on their
There will be a meeting of the
Little Workers at the home Mrs. K
D Mcintosh Saturday afternoon at
two. Tills Sunday Mrs. Mcintosh
has Invited nil members to go on a
picnic. Parent ore Invited. All
are expected to provide their own
John W. Searls of Spokane Is in
Rend toduy on business.
II. J. Kgglcston has just received
a full line of garden implements.
I can supply alfalfa pasturage for
ten town cows. H. J. OveitTUKK.
Mass will be held at the Catholic
church at the usual hour next Sun
day, at 10:30 n. rn.
Rev. V. L. Wilson came in from
Redmond yesterday to assist the
Methodists in the building of a tab
ernacle. I -idles, I have a few of the large
size lace front, tailor-made corsets.
Closing out at cost. Mrs. Shriner,
Putnam building, Wall street.
J. P. Clapp anil E. D. Angell of
Fargo, North Dakota, are in town.
Mr. Angell is the owner of 100
acres three miles north of town.
G. A. Jones returned to Opal City
.Sunday. Already much freight has
been received there and is being
forwarded to interior points by The
Jones Warehouse Company.
Only &. Mulkey have opened a lo
cating and real estate oliice in the
Putnam building on Wall street.
They will make a specialty of lands
in the Liidlaw district.
J. W. French of Seattle, a Rend
projwrty owner and well known
booster for the town, arrived Mon
day. Mr. Frcrich says that it is
probable he and his family will
send the summer here, and that
they may build, with the intention
of making this their home.
We represent the Victor Tailoring
Co of Chicago, suits from $15 up
the very latest. We will move into
our new quarters in the Putnam
building on Wall street this week.
Fashionable dressmaking of all
kinds. Mrs 0 W. Shriner and
Mrs K I) Mcintosh 7-tf
WANTED 40 or 80 ncrci of good
land near Bend, Have buyers for
one or two good improved farms.
Also wanted n good wheat farm. If
you have a bargain we want It, li
you want a bargain we have It.
PEROXIDE OP HYDROaPN.
WHAT IT IS.
I'xroxidr Hvoroorn li powerful
germicide, dlilnfecUnt, unit propliy
luetic. Iti action it quick mil polltlve,
and it It free from the undetirable feat
ure snd danger attending the ute of
tuch pottonout article at carbolic acid,
cor rot He auMimate, etc. At it 1 virtu
ally without odor or tattr, itt ute i
pleuMtit, afe. convenient, and otherwlie
not objectionable for cut, liruftea,
woundt, burnt, tontllllit, tore throat,
2jc tie Peroxide Hydrogen ijc
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A toilet luxury. Thl it a non-greaty
face erejtn, antiteptic, hygienic and act
at a mild tkin bleach. It it free from
glycerine, and it rapidly ami entirely
absorbed, and it in every way a ttrictly
high cIjm and tntufaciory article to ute,
Jjc Jar Peroxide Cream lod
PEROXIDE TOOTH POWDER.
A MMl excellent dentifrice free from
any abraiive wb.ch might injure the
enamel. Itt regular ute will prevent the
formation of tartar, ttreugthent the
gumt, makes the teeth pearly white and
leavet the breath delicately perfumed.
jjc Peroxide Tooth Powder loc
PEROXIDE FOOT POWDER.
It it very efficaciout for the relief ot
aching, tired and pcrtpiring feet. A
remedy for that burning aud tmarting
'Mutation, and with bllitert, caltoutand
tore tpott on the feel, immediate and
marked beneficial effect it felt. Try it if
vour feet trouble you and the retultt will
be a turprite.
35c Peroxide Foot Powder aoc
RED CROSS DRUG STORE
BITS ABOUT TOWN.
Willis Cirahnm of Phm-nlx. Ariz.,
is Rend visitor.
"Rooms to I-el" lgn for sale nt
the Bulletin otllce.
The Rev. C. M. Cllne will hold
hervicos hem Sunday.
Roscoo Howard arrive I from
Portland Sunday evening.
Bert Chusby f Vancouver. Wash.,
was n Bend visitor Friday.
Mm. R. M. Smith, who has been
ill with llie grip, has rocoverel.
Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Ho lfi
terday fr Sun Diego. California.
J. I'. Tnggnrt & Co. are planning
tn remodel their store ami hotel.
Trout llshing In the Deschutes is
now reHirted good 1 local anglers.
C. M. Richards has purchad the
Sellers residence oil Ironwood nve
nun. A. Ruse of Moody. Ore., whs
Hinting the arrivals in Bond lust
J. M. Cahlll of Burton. 0r.. was
in Bund Sunday, registering nt Tag
gnrt's. J. C. D. Thomas of Cheyenne.
Wyo.. was registeretl at Tnggart'ii
Mr. ami Mrs. Frank Bogue of Iji
Pino were Bond visitors Friday and
J Wo Now Have J
t Jn Stock J
5 a I
Z Carload $
I: of t
1 MILLER COMPANY
OKH1CK IN UEN80N 111.00.
T ON WALL ST. '
The Redmond City Council has
purchased u street sprinkler for
I.. P. Benedict was In town Sun
tiny from Portland, registering at
the Hotel Bend.
C. C. Stevens wns in Bend from
Portland lost week, a guest at the
Pilot Butte Inn.
I). I.. McRay returned to his Port
land home today, to Ih gone n
month or more.
A numlier of new show eases have
Wen installed in the Patterson Drug
The Imnd gave a pleasing concert
on the lawn of the Pilot Butte Inn
A new ganige has been built ad
joining Dr. Cue's on Oregon street
opHsite the MMtolIlce.
There will lie a meeting of the
Bend Merchants Protective Asso
ciation Thursday night.
Saturday Mrs. Hiram I. Allen,
mother of II. K. Allen, arrived,
probably to remain all summer.
B. C. Doyarmond is having a
HOxflo fiMit shop built mi Hawthorn
avenue, near the railroad grade.
Mrs. W. W. Faulknur ontortnined
the bridge club Tuesday nnd the
"BOO" club lust Wednesday evening.
E. McCarth ami son, John (I. Mc
Garth, Nooksack, Wash., are in
Bend looking for a homestead loca
tion. Gustavo Zlmke of Corvallis, Ore.,
bus bought u $!),000 ranch near Laid
law, through Clough & True of
Bend streets were glvan the first
sprinkling of the season Friday,
when the tiro hose was turned on
Henklu & Ford located S. C. B.
Jay of Soattlu InT 21-10 and George
Richards of St. Louis In T 19-10 tho
II, J. Eggleston has had his store
building painted yellow, with trim
mings in green, giving it an attract
Youug & Underwood, civil engi
neers, ami Mr. Clark, an architect,
will open olllces with J. A. Euates
on Oregon street.
The Royal Neighbors of America
will give 11 "calico social" at Wood
men's Hall Thursday evening, A
unique program has been nrranged.
After aupper thore will bo dancing,
Workmen have lieen putting in '
during tho past week a numlier of ,
culverts at street crossings to carry
water for irrigating. I
W. R. Sellers soon will begin the
construction of a residence on lots 1
and J of block 20, Center Addition,
which he has just purchased.
The most attractive and best
equipped barber shop in Central
Oregon is that of Innos & Davidson.
They now operate four chairs.
J. S. Jackson, a homesteader, hail
n line horse to get away from him
lust Friday at Millican's rnnch. He
wn in Bend Monday looking for it.
John E. Peters, a San Francisco
traveling man who visits Bend about
every six months, was here last
week. He was accompanied by his
It is underood E W. Richardson
eH.'Cts to build n house for his
daughter, Miss Nona Richardson, on
the hitter's proiwrty. lot 12 in block
10. of Center Addition.
Mrs. Ralph Sencor entertained n
party of ladius at "BOO" Friday
afternoon. Mrs. C. D. Rowe re
ceived the head prize and Mrs.
John Steidl the consolation prize.
F. M. Marshall, a recent arrival
from Oklahoma, says he has secured
a location in the Hotalng building
next to F. C. Rovvlee's, nnd will
open a barber shop in n few weeks.
rlend people are nlrendy arrang
ing tonttend tho Portland Rose Fes
tival. Juno B to 10. and a larger
j number than ever will go. owing to
1 tho improved railroad service this
I Report from Cove orchard, where
many Bend people buy fresh fruit
during the summer, aro that tho
peach crop will lie nearly a failure
this year, frost having nipped the
County Superintendent R.A. Fort!
says he will apportion tho county 1
school money as soon as Sheriff T.
N. Balfour turns It over ,to the
treasurer. This will probably bo
done this week.
This ovenlng, at tho Baptist
church, the Rend lodco of Odd Fol-
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lows will holt! n public anniversary
meoiing, beginning at 8 o'clock.
Tho program was printed last week
in the Bulletin.
Wnlter Taylor camo in from his
homestead on Pringle Flats Sunday
nnd returned yesterday. Ho says
the settlor near him are doing much I
NEW SUMMER GOODS
OU certainly will he interested in the pretty creations in summer goods that we
1 are now showing. Our store Is running over full with new merchandise, just ar-
rived, and the ladies who have been in to examine and buy, are remarking over the
remarkable values and low prices. We now have on display a new line of beautiful
shirtwaists, handsome white petticoats, corset covers, corsets, ladies' underwear and H
hosiery, children's and infants' hosiery, benutitul straw bonnets for the little ones, new D
handbags, etc. 1 ou are cordially invited to call and look over the goods.
Nothing to equal our shirtwaists have ever before been oflered in Bend for the price.
They arc new, stylish 11)11 models and include mercerized embroidered panel effects,
lace fronts, nnd entire fronts of heavy open embroidery. (t r J (11 CAi
The illustration tells the story better than words. They ;ftl ?) 1 Jl rill
m.wmms mmakm wAVV v
are remarkable values at
JWW ' fir
BLEACHED RIBBED VESTS
Jersey Ribbed Vests, crocheted neck and ja
armholes, only IUC
Ribbed Vests, wide lace at neck and arm
Ribbed Vests, cluny effect sot-in yoke, laco neck and armholes, mercerized y j
tape, only XiOd
Ribbed Vesta, lisle thread, lace neck and armholes, mercerized tape, ij.
UNDERWEAR AND FANCY SUMMER
SHIRTS FOR THE MEN.
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ROWE'S ECONOMY STORE
"THE SAME GOODS FOR LESS MONEY."
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