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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1911)
GOING AT COST!
Ladies' Waists, Gowns,'
Corset Covers, UnderwY,
Gingham Petticoats. Noth
ing in this line reserved.
Winter is Coming but Our Wool Blank
ets Will Keep You Warm. Thoy Go
AT COST also. Real Bargains for You.
Shoes itt Cost every pair to go tit the
E. A. SATHER
The Old Keliuhle.
The Oregon Trunk Railway is open for busi
ness to Opal City, just north of Crooked river.
The Jones Warehouse Company
OliOKUH A. JONHS of Mend, Manager
will handle all freight at Opal City for the
railroad. The old Shaniko Moody Ware
house system will he employed. Merchants
will get their goods promptly and without
inconvenience. Have your freight consigned
in care of
Address communications to liend.
LAIDLAW MAKES FINE EXHIBIT
West Side Ladies Get Together Attrac
tive Collection of Farm Products and
Relics Veterans Hold Annual Reunion
Tlio luiyo number of Uenil people who went down to Laldlaw Satur
day were wi'll entorUiined und came back with many pralncH for the
agricultural and domeHtlc itcienco exhibit which the Went Side Ijidfed bad
ot together. It wan the conneniiua of opinion that tblB wan by far the
beat dlplay of products ever jrot together In thl part of Crook county.
The women did not decide until two week before the date that they
would attempt to make hucIi a collection, but they at once ot butty and
the renult wmm a moat attractive and well arranjeed exhibit. Amonir the
frulta and veuetablea ahown were wntvrrnulutia, citrona, npplea, corn, to
inntoiM, and cucumber, all of which were raised without any artificial
coveriiiK to protect them. The exhibit was tastefully arranged. It will
be brought to Hend nud ahown on Itailroad Day.
In addition to the farm product, the women had collected a law
number of family rellra and heirloom. Some of these are 100 to 150
year old. The ladle alm gave the vlaitnra some evidence of their culi
nary skill. For inatance, carrota were shown prepared In nine different
wnya to be served on the table.
A large community cake baked by Mrs. f. J. Mock bad a place of
honor, and in the afternoon it w decided to auction it oir for the bene
fit of the church. "Dick" Smith yaa roixxi In as auctioneer and showed
hi ability in this line by securing a bid of $10. A. M. Lara won the
highest bidder and "took the cake." He will exhibit it at the celebra
The ladle, knowing the best way to reach a man' purse, served de
licious cake and ice cream and aold candy. In this way they netted a
good-sized sum for the church. The evening was given over to dancing.
The Crook County Veterans' Association met at Laldlaw Saturday
morning, there being l.'i of the "boy" present. The day's program aa
given In The Uulletin last week was carried out. A bountiful dinner
waa spread on the Island at noon and everybody had nn enjoyable time.
All the ofllcera of the association were re-elected and a Itcllef Corps waa
formed with the following ofllcera: President, Mra. G. W. Shriner,
llcnd; vice president, Mra. Dan Smith, Laidlaw; secretary, Misa Iva West,
At night tho old soldiers gathered around a campflre. The next
meeting will be held here on Flag Day next June.
K. TO I1AVU SOCIAL UVUMNU
Grant! Chancellor Wrightman and
Grand Keeper of Records and Scala
Stinson, of the Knight of Pythias
lodge, will pay nn oflkial visit to
the local K. P. lodge tomorrow'
Tinning and Plumbing
HOT AIR, STEAM AND HOT WATER
roofinci, aurrrjRiNa, spoirriNa,
CORNICE AND SKYLIGHT WORK.
Repair Work Given Prompt Attention.
MacCloskey & Parker
Fourth Street and Hawthorne Avenue
NOTICE FOK IMPLICATION'
r partmtnt f The Intrr lor,
I' S I.ihJ Office t The lallra Orrgon.
July 1Mb 1911
NotKr lahtrtby flvtn that Thrrraa IJ Innta,
ho pmI-oAk- adrift. I fltnrt, OrtffOfi, did.
thr nt day of January, 191 file In thlaoffi
aworn alatr ntnl ami application Nn vftrA.Ut
IfurrhaK h iiw' nwtf arctlon n, lown.hlp 10
wilh. ranifr ij ran Willamette MerMlan. and
thetlmlter thetron, undrr tht pforl.ton. of the
actofjunri it;, and acta amendatory, known
aathe Tlmljr ami Stone liw at auch ralue
aa mlrht t-nittt7 appralarmrnt. and that.
iMttuant to audi applkallou, the land and tin..
wf thrrron hare m appralard, at fit? 00 the
llmtirr rttlnialrd .). board tett atjocenta
llM and the land troxn that ld applkanl
! I ofTrr filial ptoof in auppuTt jfhi application
and awnrn autementon the yidayoftepttmlKr
1911 lfure II C I Hit r ft ComrnlMioticr at
hla oilier at Hend Oreyon
Any prn it at liberty to protetl thla pur
chaae l(r(te entry or Initiate a cm let at any
time tHfure patent Laura l;y Mln-acorrotratrl
alfvtarltin thla office allrk-inf facia rhlchould
defeat the entry
-r C W MOOH1!. KeUter
On Engine For Sale.
A two-horse power Fairbanks-Morse
for sale at a bargain. la in
firat class shape, dooa good
work and has given no trouble
whatever. Has been in light
service for one year. Desire
to replace with an electric
motor, to lower insurance and
because greater power is
THE BEND BULLETIN.
The K. I1'. nre nrranging
social evening In honor of
Triplett. Aa announced elsewhere
in The Bulletin, he will close It out
at bargain pricea, nt the old atand
of Mr. Triplett on Wall atreet. Mr.
Triplett left Thursday for Ashland
to look after property he owna
1 O'DONNELL BROTHERS I
UNION MARKET 1
Notice la Cow Owners.
fltfrirtt llntjta nnu tin am UA n1l
visitor. Light refreshment will cx,wrjnM,ntai fnrm a mllc ca8t of
lw served and all KnighU in this town a fine Jersey bull whose sor-
vicinity, whether members of the vices he offers to all owner of cows
locnl lodge or not, are esjieclally in nmJ around Bend. 28-31
a. a-aa-aaaaa .,
urged to lie present. Iho tloors Printers Attention.
will Im thrown unhi antl all K. I". ' .n fr ni c,.,,,! v,.i
Put Your Duds
In Our Suds."
Telephone us and we'll call
for your bundle and
Bend Steam .Laundry
.....,.., v,....v,w., (
G. U. Janata
First Class Workmanship
Fitting, Cleaning, Pressing,
Wall street, Bend, Ore.
E. M. Thompson has bought out
the entire furniture stock of Millard
Challenge 19 inch paper cutter. Big
bargain. The Bend Bulletin, tf
Take Yont Sunday dinner nt the
Hotel Bond Chicken served. 2otf
OF ALL KINDS
Irrigating Lath and Houso Lath
The tlmlxT wc cut from U tilt- (it tticrouii.
try. mill d, mile wmtliraat of Ilrml.
Pine Forest Lumber Com'y
The Pioneer Wood Yard
Hits on IiiiikHiiu dry Id-inch mill wood (nl
ri'itdy split lor the stove), at 8'..'0 per cord,
delivered. Also dry block wood at $l.M) per
cord delivered, Leave orders oV telephone
O'Donnell Bros. Market.
W. P. DOWNING, Proprietor.
If you care for the BEST GOODS
at tho BEST PRICES
H. J. Eggleston
Mnnu.aettu'er of Harness and Saddles
Dealer in Wagons, linies, Farm Implements
Hay and Grain for sale.
AND, THEN SOME
At last a Cylinder Record which
will play from four to five minutes.
and which is at. the same timo
Praflical and Unbreakable
is an accomplished fad.
between railway points
and Bend. Careful atten
tion given to Stage, Ex
press and Fast Froight Busi
ness. Bend agents
Wenandy Livery Co,
DAILY STAGE SCHEDULE
Arrive Bond 10 a.m.
Leave Bond 12 m.
WHITE IS KING
I i fesSaT
EVERYTHING NEEDED U tuppltal at
thla baroln pric all tha nuUrUI rr
qulrej for the oonatrucUon of thla moj
crn cooJ.IooVlnj ami comf ortabla cottxga. W
ar lndrpnjnt ilelra not In anr truat or
aaaocUtlon. At thla ramukibljr low quota
tion wt Include all lumber, auh and doora,
mlllwork. alJIns, ceillns, floorine. naUa. atalr
work. floUhlngr lumbar, wlnjow frame, dour
frame. bulMlac paper, rave trough and
pipe, hardware, auh welshta, pain tins mattr
lala, rooflaar, pUater board, wall tint, tie.
The houae, which la of aolU, doublo-con.
atruetion throughout. U MHft.xWti ft. In
dtmenalona. and U lurprUlsgly touts arid
Archltecta plana. apeelflatlna and full
deuula about ronatrucUon are. nipplled.
Our fre foMer, whleh telU you allabnut
thla botuo b M olUns for you. Aak for Folder K.
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They lit ANY MAKE of phonograph
or grnphophone, they play the complete
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liunt tone yon ever heard and they
never break and never wear out! "The
only d-minute records that are right."
New Numbers Issued Every Month.
Call In and Hear Them.
q kskas las w mm
Red Cross Drug Store
-The BEST all-round Family
Sewing Machine that can be
produced. Made in both RO
TARY & VIBRATOR styles. '
The rotary makes both
Lock and Chain stitch. The'
latest up to the minute steel
attachments with each mu
ch ine. Sold on easy payments.
Send name und nddress for(
our beautiful H. T. eutulogue
White Sowing Machine Co.
11(10 Market Street
Sun Francisco, Culifornin.
The Number 520, Six-Shot
Repeating Shotgun at $25.00
Is ft liammcrlosa pun with a solid
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er nuil smoother ait Ion than any
other. It nocr balls mid U
IVtitlhsl dkarrlptlon of eny of our
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& TOOL COMPANY J
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