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THE IlKtfn nUliI.KTIN, TIKMY. WKDNNSDAY, .ll'NK 0.1. IBM.
Trusteed Sale Lara's Stock
EVERYTHING BELOW COST.
TO THE PEOPLE OF BEND AND VICINITY: We have recently purchased ,theA. M. Lara stock from the trustee to
whom it was assigned immediately after Mr. Lara's failure. Having bought this at a great deal less than one half its actual
value you no doubt can appreciate the possibilities of selling the merchandise at prices never before offered to the people of
Bend. It is easy to figure an article which cost. Mr. Lara, we will say, $1.00 and which he has sold at from $1.25 to
$1 .50 we are now going to sell at from 60c to 75c. We can afford to do this. We'make as large a per cent of profit as
did Mr. Lara arid at the same time can sell you this item at one-half the former price and from one-third to one-fourth less
than the manufacturer s cost This is simply one instance. A glance at the items below listed will convince the most
skeptical and as the entire stock is reduced proportionately you will, of course, realize what a saving may be effected by
sharing in these prices. We will greatly appreciate your attendance and wish to take the liberty of inviting you to call and
become acquainted. T. H. DANIELS T. H. DANIELS, Jr.
SS?SI.i i - - i ii i i T""TT""m
OlTIXfi KiaNNKIi, per ynrtl 10c. NOW 07
QUILTS, each $ I.0O, XOW 1.10
POPLIXS, per ynrtl two NOW ".Ml
PKIXTS, H'r ynnl 7c NOW OH
PKKCALKS. per jniit I .To, NOW 12
DKKSS GINGHAMS, per ynrtl J.Tc, NOW 11
7-1 Slir.irriXd, per ynrtl 20c, NOW II
PILLOWS. ?1.2. NOW 70
IjAWNS, ier ynrtl l.V In 20c, NOW , . . . .00 to .11)
niAMUHAV, per yard 15c, .NOW OH
mcslix hkawf.rs. nc to $un, now ... .:w u .tin
cohskt covkhs, s-"ic to r.v. now 12 to .in
COTTON VKST, Hie to I He. NOW 07 to .2t
COTTON CXION sriTS, T.Oc to 7.-c. NOW . . . .20 to .nil
CAMIMKRK VK-sTS .Vv IIIIAWKUS, JJl.no. NOW OS
CDllSKTS. S2.00 to 95.00, NOW $1,111 to $11.10
chii.iiui:n-.s ixiikhwkau, 2.10, now 17
pkahl waists, 00c. now ii
Ill'ICSON IIO.HK, r.oc, NOW J17
III'ICSON IIOSU, 25c, NOW " 10
All Shoes at Less than Cost
Lara's shoo stock is probably well known
to you and contains such noted brands as the
Packard Dress Shoe for men, Battrealls J01110
in the work shoe. Foot Sehul.e in the Indies'
line and only the better makes tor children.
These we arc solng- to soil nt much less than cost and you
will save by participating in the bargains in this Dopt.
O. X. T. Tlllti: Ml. 5c. XOW II
HOOKS AMI KYliS, flc. XOW Oil
NAFKTY I'lXS, 5c, XOW Oil
SAFKTY I'lXS. I Or, NOW 0)1
COMMON I'lXS, 5c. NOW Oil
HAHXIXU COTTON, 2 for .V, NOW II fur .05
MUX'S HIIKIS, 2 for 25c, NOW I for .25
MUX'S NHCKW KAR, 50c, NOW . .10
mi;n s si hi'i:niii:iih. 2.v 17
IXGKHSOLt, Jit. WATCIICS, fe.H0, NOW 1 .211
mi;n's collars, i.ic, now h
MUX'S AIIHOW COLI.AHS, 2 for 25c. NOW . .11 for .25
MUX'S HATS, WS.oil mill Mit.OO. XOW Oil
MI.'X'S (iOIHION HATS, $11, XOW I..IO
MKX S I MlKlttt I .AH, .10c, NOW 27
MI.'X'S I Mli;itWi:lt, 10c, XOW HI
MUX'S COOPHK I MIIXS, Sil.OII, NOW 2.1.1
MLX'N STII W 1 1. VIM. M2.00 iilitl Sll.00, NOW 05
Mi:X'S SUIT SHIU'IS, SI.50, NOW 711
MUX S SUIT HI HITS, N2.75. XOW I.llll
MFX'M HIICSS HIIKIS. MI.50, XOW 70
MI.XS COIiM'llOY PA VIS, Nil 00, XOW 2.WI
mi:s u.t Mi.irr oi.oi:s, x2.n0. xnw ni.iii
mia-s wiivr oi.in i:. si.no, xov . 1.10
MKN'S SOCKs, I5c. NOW Oil
MUX'S Mil Ks. ."MIc. XOW II for .80
CAJII LXTI.H APltOX.s. $1.00, XOW Ill
SALE COMMENCES SATURDAY, JUNE 28th
carefully packed ready for shipment
and each' marked with the name of
the grower. Quality more than quan
tity Is desired In these samples, which
I may he brought or sent In at any
I IT, time during the soason.
H0R5ETH1EVES CAPTURED BY
ROAD GRANT COMPANY Two Men Ilrlve Team Belonging to
Dochute Land Coniuiny Across
Mountains unci Ale Caught.
Seme Warrant, Covering Road Im
provement Kxpenw, an Before
j ','. Unjoined, arc Involved In
crensed Tuxntion Is Plea
BADLY HUjTjy FULL
W. S, (Janluer IU-rcHe-. Scalp Wound
nnit Wrenched Buck.
W, S. Gardner, while plastering In
the Kermott hulldlng an Bond street,
fell from a scn.fold last Wednesday
afternoon about G o'clock and was
severely 'hurt. Ills head hit tho
trowel he had In his hand and a had
scalp wound wait received. Mr.
Gardner's hack was also Injured. He
will probably be laid up for a month.
or longer. Just how he came to fall
(Special to The Bulletin.)
Sheriff Frank Elklns and Deputy
Dlnlrlnt Aftnrnoi- U'lltnril II U'lrt
of Prlnevllle passed through Hend,Mr' 0ardner Joe n' know, as there
Monday afternoon from La Pino with J8. no ,mrt of tho "caffo,d thot
a "cargo" of two litVrse thieves In ,,roe- , .
the county auto. The men had been ' , "n W8" "omo ,'8 ,at ito
secured at La Pine where they had ,J,V; Mlcn' Ho ,cIan110 ' nt,n,,,,n
en brought by Denutr Sheriff W. nwntji or so ago. He Is 02 years old.
C. Holllnshead and his brother" Ce- 1 he Injured man la being cared for
oil after capture on the west aide of J ,,he home of Mr. and Mrs. K. D.
the Cascades three miles east of Eu
,;k Buys LAM STUCK,-
STYLES IN HANDCUFFS.
Th Old Tlmt "Twitters- 'wr In
tnimant of Tortur.
It Is lu Hid Afiifld Hint we find lh
II rut rcfi-rcm.. to the hiitidiuff. Vergil
InfoniH u - Ihut Pniteux wtin, by iiii'niiij
of hiicIi ii ilevlre, fettered mid rendori
belplt'KM by ArUtneu
It Is of ni-tinl Unit altottt 400 years
bt'fon' the ClirMlmi era an uniiy of
vtftnrlntH HreekH came iiNn severnl
chnrlots of CiirlliiijilnlniM wbleli.
nmiiiig other lliltign, lonbilnml a lnr
iuiiiiIkt of luiiidi ulTi.
Our term 'Inimli'iifT' N derlveil from
the AiibIo-Miixiui "bandcop." In tlm
Hiixon iIhjx tin-He IniinlciipH were lined
In the ciim' of ihiIiIch, while "footcnp"
were reserved for klncs. The term rm
ployed lu the fourteenth century werr
"shuck l)lt" and "nwlvel iiiiiniiie."
and the ieliiieiirf tlicniif which luive
comedown to h mIioiv Unit the InMril'
iiientx were u I'limberxome ns their
Only two UnilM of ImtiilctilTH wore cm-
).Mil predouxly to the nlnetemitli
iitii. It... Iti.. Il..llil.. ..'.. ...vw
n. t ,1... An1t A. .t... fnliH .. i I . ...
has been brought In the United States , ' " ," ? 1 . -": i ; nlmllnr lu Unit now In u-e. mid Hie otlf
District Coi-rt at PorMaed bv the ! '"vv" "'' " " '""" Scuttle Man tipein Vllh Hale Tlila er. which wax called "the lupire
Hut in ilnr In old I.ocntlon. rlghl." wnn ullllxed lo restrain violent
I taken from
n- jl .,., r.nnni.,inn r vw iiuhi ym nw, nun iuulii.
The cause of action Is the same as'Tflh,f" f """'" Tom Albert Wajr'a
that covered by the aults brought In '?" ,8eve" m"! 80Ulh f ''a P,no
the Circuit Court In this county by, ?.,::.. w
tviin... o ti.i i o n. f- ' Wednesday a
., i,(nii f. i fivrui uiiu i i, . .k-
rirfiutiiti Tlil 'llinihi i.lf.lit" ili.
I JL 25."' t "l'Jl:LTr i gently drea I. Mn-e Keyere pain m
cntly purchased the stock of tho A.
Iter Cleaves of M. Lara store nt trustee's sale, an
Cafferv of Redmond and J
The same warrants, nrlnclitsllv for
frr.f AAn kt..na n I 11lnn t. . 1. nnttliiiAu I. n ft Iia ..'111 ...i.in .... trim l.f.u I
i had beard horses being driven past Inesa this Saturday, making his bow-
asked to be enjn'ne- and 8;Jprder
is man uv ue uaitea mates uouri
Ms place In tho ntelit. Following to Mend's buying public with what he
lM.ll. MM.I AnAHl l..rM..M.tn .,.. u ...III I... .. ....! I. .. 1. I .. . unt..
orated by the last county cout' "hl '"-other, pursued the! Mr. Daniels, who Is an experienced
oruereu oy me lutn. cnunij conn, uru .,jru .ra ,i, ., i .,.!. a. .ri n,nn .ti n,. i, ,.-.
-...W MV.WV ...V MIWIIU.IIIIIB, .lllfl,- . f,WW..W ...M, M....VH ,IH, I.W ,'!,-
ly- getting them nt Springfield, In 'chased tho largo Laia Mock for con
Lane county, (sfderably less than lis wholesale
The two men give their names as value, and he la advertising a clean
Pert Hrnwn and ChaVles Thomimon up aaln of everything at "less than
of Kugene and California, respective wholesale prlcqa," Ho will continue
ly. They are young men, nupearlng buslnesa In the old Lara storo, and
to be about 24 years old. The ahorlff Prank llounott will bo with him, ns
took the prisoners to Prlnovllle. ho was formerly with Lara'H,
restraining the oonn'v from paving,
lionorlag or reoognlrlng' the dehis In
curred bv tho countv for those Im
provements for the reapon that at the
tlmo thev were Inourrpd the volun
tirv lri(Jp(ednpfB o' the countv e
'ceeded the constitutional limitation
The Oregen & Western Coloniza
tion Co, s the otrnratlnn that has
taVen over t'' old Willamette Vallev
& Casoado W8n Road grant. It
v'leewt In IIb MU for an Iniunctlon
that It owns 3B7."0n aorns of land In
Crook eonntv and th the Indebted
ness so IncoTed by Crook county la
imrt of a deliberate plan to tmornvo
r"uU .within tho county that will in-
Their atory Is that ther came across
the mountains some weekH ago when
there wan a heavy enow, looking for
work. 1'lmllng none though they
did not explain whoio they looked for
It they decided to retreat west of
tho mouutaliiH, and In doing so an
nexed the horses and other things.
Hugh O'Kane has another atory
about a railroad man, but this time
v-lw nn enndlre o erat that ho thinks best not to mention names.
th InoreaKed burden of taxation upon The facts appear to bo that the man
fii corporation will greatly exceed In question camo here and wanted to
$3000. jgQ fishing. He went. After a dav'
I fishing he returned, without any fish.
njfiv PAMI'LKH AXTWI. 'O'Kane sent him out again, carefully
Tlt pend Commercial Club has re- directing him where to go; again no
cnlvea many urgent requests Irom ""h. Hut don't blamo tho results on
TCom land shows and thq North- the trout." For the first day ho
t Oeveionment League for aam- fished In the PMot Huto canal, and
iie of "-tin and other farm products the recond day In the Central Oregon
f.m ms pommunUv. TJie club ("anal! And Hugh says ho doesn't
manta tho farmors to bring In these know about It yet.
(mtjimIhiihI tin. fettered peraun did ho
attempt lo move 11 limb.
There lined to be n form of hnudeiiff,
now happily iiImiIIhIihI, called the
"twlMer." ThN rnnn'slnl of a elnli
with hnmllex nt eu-h end. TbU clitli
wiik phiceil iiIkiiK the wr4tii; the liill.
dhw were brought to'-'ether mid twhted
until a firm grip wiik obtiiluetl. The
lenxt Ktrugule on the part of the un
fortunate captive reunited lu the great-
ent Hurfcrliig. for Hie ehnhiM bit deeply
Into hl IN Ii. A xlinllnr f'iriii of luuid.
cuff Wan that railed by the French "In
I III Monie pnrtH of Furope there H atlll
1 used mi exd'edliigly prlinltlve form of
liiiuih'iiir It i-ouhMm of a V-Hhnped
piece of metal, wherein the wrists nro
' insert ill, the open eniN being drawn to.
gether by menus of a crosn hook,
wlili'h, however, niixt be iiiiilntiilneil
taut during the whole time the captive
The ino-t Inpenlim and effecllve of all
IiiiikIciiITh Is that used lu the Hulled
I Ktntes nnil. indeed, ndopled by the xi.
I ii.... .. ........ ..i..iii....i ...i.... it i.
enly lu Id peraonal linMra. While i
was a young mid comparatively nn
known bnrrltter he was linked to a din
par nt which the prince regent ,pr
sldeI. Mr. Uroiighatn'N hand needed
washing. The regent's keen eyes ml
l on them. He Itwsoncd to a waller
mid K'sre him an onhtr which the nun
hoard with a scared fiii. mid then
going out he o- Illy returned with a
war full f wnter, wVp and a towel.
Ho carried thum th Brougham, (ire
uniting them with the prince regent's
compliments. The barrister Instantly
withdrew mid norer afterward referred
to (ho Insult-
Years later, when the prince, now
king, tried to divorce Ilia wife, llrough
am as tier defender mo vehemently u
inlnrii her cause that she triiiiiiphtM.
Tlui king's mime was nut mentioned
durlpg the trial, though the nation
Know linn ne was Nerreiiy me priMwu.
tor, Hruiighaui lu Ills sjx'eoli deelated
that he saw lu Hie dlstnure the imiue-
les persecutor of Ids Iiiiuki'U' client,
U"tliig with lerrltlc effect Milton's
Tlio nlhr linM.
If alitpo It inUht tx eallml, bUek It
itO'xl ns filnlit.
Krc Ion furii, terrlbta n litll.
And iliook a ilrMilful ilirt; twt sMin'd
TtiA llkt ns of a klnaly crown had nn.
Ocorgu H. foil seriously this anvago
sltnik. The nutl'Xi sbl.-d wlili the
queen, and her defender had paid Ids
debt with lulerest.
BIQ EDITION TO
COMPANY IMPROVES SYSTEM
Wntei- May Hv Kliut Oir nt Xlght
While VnlvcN Are liihlnllcd.
T, H, Foley, local pianagor of the
Bond Wuter, Light & Ijwer Co., an
nnunceH that for tho next .'10 days tho
water may bo turned off any tlmo
fiftfir ft ii rtir
The reason la that the company ,lw .of. .'"."Ht drlllwl coutrli-H. It li
plana extensive repairs and Improvo. """" ,,:i""r ,nm mwn " ""'"V
monts In thp system. An important Mm ""' 0,l tHlo Handcuff and la
one will bo tho Installation of vnlvca "" lnlful to tho wearer.-Harier,
here and there on the mains, so that 'ct'k'y
hereafter when a break occurs In any '
portion tho entire system will not A POYAL INSULT.
have to bo closed down while repaint -
nro being made. Formerly when ro- Lord Brougham Oldtd His Tims and,
pnlrs-wero made it was nccessary'toi Rtpald Qtorgt IV.
ahut r;ff the water all ovor tho ayatom with all of hrs knowledge and talent
Owing to lack of valves. j,U iiroiigh.nn was ectentrlc and slov-
"Wpat's Your Namt?" "What."
A guild or giMlpjireiii to save ililb
dreii from liiioiigruous naiuex is is'iug
Hiiggi-Miiil. Tin- hue ('it in hi llnriMev.
author of a ImhiU mi Kuu-lisli nmiies,
nh the story of wlial was probably
the most idlotli- name ever bestowed
upon mi uiiforiuiinie liitmit. A wo
limn hud her sou iMiptixnl What, for
Mo ntlier reason ilinu to cause muiii
meiit lu future years when, Mug ask
ill Ills iiiiuie, liu should leply "What."
Writing For Posterity,
A prominent French critic, tho story
runs', onco said to Ooorgo Hernard
"You are putting on n new comedy
Mondny nlglit. Let mo attend ouo of
(he dress rehearsals, won't you7'
ejinposslble," said Mr. Hliuw, "My
dress rehearsals are always private 1
iuVv f refuse eren the most dlstn
Kip"shed critics access to them,"
'Hut," said Hie other, "I wnnt to
write a critical criticism. If I have II
write and telegraph It In a few min
utes ,op Monday nlglit It will be very
lutfrledly done, mid I fear It will give a
Wioiiu Impression of your comedy to
Paris the next day."
"Have nn anxiety on that xenre."Mr
Hhuw replied.. "My comedies are mil
written for the next day."- Exchange
BE ELABORATE .
(Continued front page one )
auto un tho obi' Columbia Koulhern
'Irrigation enterprise. '
"The ltldlaw Country, ' n dea
jrrlptlon or the hud, what they pro '
I ducn and what their development
will mean, by I). Ilarnea and Fred
"ThbHS Pino Country, the same, ,
by K. it Hill, president La Pino Com
I morels! Club.
"The Powell Unite Country, " by '
Clark .Morse, Bulletin correspondent,
"Bend's Distributing Business, by '
A. M. I'rlnxlo, mauagor I'nlted Warn-
i house (,'u.
I "Central Oregon, a Place For Im-
migrant," by D. Ii. Hunter, of tho ,
I), K. Hunter Itwilly Co. niul The
"How Bond Looks From Seattle" '
by W. D. Cheney, president Bend
"Bend as a lloaltli Resort," by
Dr. V. C. Coo.
"Uioal Livestock Possibilities," by
C. H. HiidHoii, or tho First Nutlciinl
"Bond's Building Materials.'" ly
Frank I.. Bolton.
"Dairying," by (Jwirge A. Jones
"Bond'M Klectrlonl Kimlpnioiit and
Possibilities," by T. II. Foley, re
dent mauagor Bend Water. Unlit &.
Power Co, V
HMI..I. , ... ....-. -.. 'J
i idii nun iiiiiuo in v enirni ure
gnu," by Clyde MoKay, district gamo
"Boud'a HohoolN," by .1. II. Sliouso,
Bend school principal.
Those articles will vary In IciirMi
from BOO to .1000 words. Kvnrwiu" '
of them contutna liitereMtlug and Im
portant mattur. For this special edi
tion Tho Bulletin lius had tnkiii
about CO new phutogrnphs and these,
together with other iihotoa, will bring
tho nuiuhor or Illustrations up to
about 100, It holug hoped to give at
least ono good Illustration of ovory
phnso of local Interest, so that when
tho papor gnca to strnngera (hoy will
get a first ratoHdea or what jlond la
nuu win no trom th0 iirtlolea.
tho paper win bo Viof
m July 30.
I'lHi: AT HUDMOM).
Flro lu Redmond yostorday at 3
a. m. completely guttod the Mondo'i-
llflll llllllfllllfy nitnui.tj..! I... f I QIiac-
...... ........,,n ..wf,,iij ifj v. t- nun- . .n
wood's confectionery storo, known .
na tho Palm, Tho causo r tho llro
Is not known.
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