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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1911)
VALE'S LOSS MIND'S GAIN.
Surveyor Joint It, Johnoti rcturnnl
oit I'rliUy ot lt week (torn n month'
nurvrylnit trip1 over on the White llorte
Hunch hhliiiKof the IV-lllc I.hc Stock
Co., which tie located In the cxirrmr
HiiitlimMcnt pstt of Itiiniry Ciiunlv
Mr. Johnoit went over by the iy I
ltiiri mnl trpmt Mnlhrtir eoitntv timiln
lemliii); In Ihnt illrrctlon inn frightful
romlltioii He Htiilo t liit t unle-tt the
comm iloc uMiu- itiipmxrtui'iil uiitk
till )ir thnt ult l 1 irtnni 1r tlinu
to per een I of il Conner mtrrii-r Iriiilr
PostTIVKLY NO S.M0K1N0 BlgllB for
sale at The Bulletin offlco. tf
HOT AND COLD baths nt Innes
& Davidson's barber shop.
JUNCTION PARK 6 and 10 acre
tracts close in, 100 chickens with
An Independent newtpiper, aUmlliiR
for Uie tquxtc deal, clenn bulne, clenn
politic, nmt the bent intercut of lie ml
nml Centrnt Oregon.
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WEDNt-SDAY. JUNE 2$. 1911
THE BEND BULLETIN
I.MPHRTINliNT QUUSTION NO. I.
If Bend, with n population of
1000 pays its high school principal
J167.R0 a month, what will the
principal receive when Bend has
WAKU UP j
Dunne; the last month Bend has
received more than thirty enthusia
stic "write ups" from papers thro
ughout the state praising the town
lawn contest. But how about the
local people who should be interest
ed in it. 'Most every one is fairly
willing to tell how "things should be
run," but when a splendid oppor
tunity such as this is afforded for
folks to back up a really valuable
competition, made possible through
the generosity of a local organiza
tion, and by so doing add much to
the appearance of the town, it seems
as if interest faded just as soon as
the matter at hand required some
If six ieople will "get busy" on
new lawns, the Bulletin will add an
other ten dollars to the fifty dollar
prize. Wake up!
Th initial convention of the Cen
tral Oregon Development League
marks a nw. era In the cooj.erative
develoiHtient of the interior coun
try. "Stop knocking and get to
gether" is to be the the slogan hero
after. An excellent example of the
new order of things, the spirit of
help-the-other-fellow, is the sugges
tion of the Bend Commercial Club
that the town3 of south-central Ore
gon give the local development or
ganization supplies of their litera
ture, photographs, etc., these to be
kept on hand here at Bend at the
Commercial Club rooms, so that
homeJBikjrs an 1 others who come to
Bend, if by chance they may not find
what they desire here, will have ev
ery opportunity to become familiar
with the offerings of the towns and
country of the south. That this
territory will reciprocate, making
warmer the friendly relations which
already exUt, U inevitable. And
such cannot but be to great mutual
a J vantage.
each acre. J. A. Hastes, llltf
I The "Oakland" Automobiles mo
' made in seven different styles of
bodies, JUl and 10 horse power
' Quick deliveries. l V. Smith.
Did you know that the Bulletin
job shop can print your visiting
cards of the best stock with hand
some script tye?
Ice Delivered Uvery l)y.
Call phone 18 and tho Wenandy
Livery Co. will deliver you ice every
morning at J) o'clock. lfitf
(liiddaril Ranch I. mid.
Located in Crook and btki coun
ties. Knnging from Jl.fiO to $vS.OO
per acre. Easy terms. Buy now
and get the benefit of raise In those
lands. Fee Kav McKay. 10-tf
j. j. sayi:r
FIELD SKCKKTAKY OF ORKO.ON DK-'
VKmi'MKVT I.KAfiltK. Willi WAS I
IIEUE IN INTEREST OF I'ltlNE
One glass show case, liood
condition. Moderate price.
Inquire nt Bulletin office.
I: pert Oculist here.
Dr. E. O. Mattern of Portland, an
expert oculist, with a complete mod
ern equipment, is in Bend for two
weeks prepared to do all kinds of
oculist work. Go to him nt once, so
that he may be able to get your
glasses mnde in Portland and deliv
ered to you before he leaves. Office
in the Putnam building on Wall
OFFICII FOW KI:NT.
Handsome new office In best
location on Wail street. In
quire nt Bulletin office.
uids wantli) ;
The Council of the City of Bend '
desires senleJ bid for the construe-'
tton of a bridge 32 feet wide aero !
the Pilot Butte Canal. All lumber ,
to be laid down on the banks. Bid
der to furnish all nails, drift hoauj
and other materials. 80 penny j
spikos to be used in nailing the A
inch decking. All bids to be in the
hands of the Mayor or Becorder by
6 o'clock p. m., Thursday, June 29.
Plans may be seen nt office of H. J.
Council reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids.
II. C. Ellis,
An ordinance that would prevent
bands of heep from passing through
the street of Bond, and through
one of the town's most attractive
residential sections, is an important
action that the city council could
take with universal approval. It is
both entirely unnecessary and wrong
that thousands of sheep should have
an opportunity to destroy practical
ly every bit of green grass lying in
their path through Park Addition,
Injure lawns, raise an unholy amount
of dust and make filthy the side-jprjce
walks at the southern end ot Menu a
How many of ua know that be
fore the coming of the white men
the Deschutei Valley v. as called
"Quelah," or "Ihe Beautiful
Valley," and that the place where
Bend now stands to the Indian! was
known as Widgi Creek?
Now that Burns has given such
splendid support to the proposed
Bend-Burns mail route, it is up to
Bend to bestir itself and get even
more signatures on the petition than
did the Harney county town.
The city council (8 to re congrat
ulated upon the many important civ
ic Improvements fiat have been In
augurated under its regime.
Fix These Dates
in your memory July 10 to 22
and tell your friends ti come to
Bend at that time.
Selling Out, Cloilng Out, Qolig Out
We have decided to retire frcm
business and will sell all of our freth
stock at invoice price. Good on'y
for five days from date. All staple ;
5 cents cigan, G for 25 cents, 25 for j
$1. San Felice, Refund. R. II.,1
Owls, etc. Opt I no?, Gatos, etc., 10 j
for$l. Union Leader and all sta-1
pie tobaccos 11 for 1. All 5 cent
tobaccos, 22 for 1. Chewing to
bacco 48 cents lb. by box. Cigar
ettes 11 pekgs. for $1 and 22 for $1.
Dwight Edwards Vacuum Coffee
regular 50 cent tins 3 for $1.25.
Crystal Sugar 13 lbs. for $1. Can
dies 15 cents a lb. Macaroni, Spha
gettis, condensed milk, etc. nt cost
Walnuts, almonds, Brazil-
Han nuts, jars at cut price. Two
large show cases for sale, cash regis
ter, scales, counter, shelves, alro
three second-hand tables, few stools
and chairs. Springs, matresses,
quilts, pillows and pillowslips. Sev
eral dozen bed Irish linen sheeting.
Lots of odds and ends. COO yards
LL cloth at 5 3-1 cents a yard. 8C0
yds. 3 3-4 yd.
NOTE We will not throw or give
away our goods and people expect
ing to get goods for nothing need
not bother us.
We will tell goods strictly at cost,
show cases 20 per cent Lelow cost.
Will trade the whole stock for
This sale will last only five days,
when we will close our store define
tely, JEAN SSHIFFER,
Next door to Pilot Butte Inn.
The biggest and best yet' 0iens
July 10th and closes July 22nd
Supplies of All Kinds.
Cull find see our
Our Prices are Right.
Bend Milling ,
C. I. Bozell, Mgr.
LoLs at Small Prices and
Easy Pay incuts.
AH kinds of
Is the Only Word that Describes the
AT E. M. THOMPSON'S
GOODS ALL NEW, DIRECT FROM FACTORY
$5.00 White Enamel Iron Rods, special price
$6.25 Cotton Combination .MhUukwhm, special prfco
$5.00 " "
$8.80 Pure Cardotl Cittun Comforters "
$1.80 Shoddy Pilling (Vrnf-rlora "
$4.00 Yum-Yum Springs, aieoi oat) apporte, spodrU
$8.00 All Steel lD-(.il Springs, paetal nrteo
20c and I0e per yard Malting " "
$2.50 Feather Pillow ivt mlr "
10.50 Dronm-m, Golden Oak Kininh, sieclal price
$10.00 Drotfeerx, nMcinl price . . .
AND MANY OTHER
" ... . 3.25
. . . 15c to 30c
HOW CAN WE AFFORD IT?
Because IasL week Jean Schiffcr was obliged to vacate his
Corner Store near the postoffico. He had no placo to put
his big stock of furniture, and was obliged to sell out at any
price. We paid him cash and got the entire stock at bed rock
Beginning Saturday, June 24,
and Lasting for TWO WEEKS
we will sell this Furniture at.
LESS than PORTLAND Prices.
Most of tho BARGAIN STOCK is stored in tho BULLETIN
BUILDING on tho south end of Wall street. See us there
or in our store in tho Johnson building.
GET TO THE SNAPS FIRST! YOU'LL NEVER HAVE
SUCH A CHANCE AGAIN!
E. M. THOMPSON