The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, July 23, 1913, Page PAGE 6, Image 6

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S 1XE DESIRE to thank the people of Bend for their most liberal patronage and assure you that at all times in this store
I vou will find only the best of merchandise at the lowest prices. Wait for announcement of another big purchase we
have made which will afford even greater bargains than those offered during the past few weeks. This will be soon
wait for it. Further if there are any who are not perfectly satisfied with purchases made here, their money awaits
their return, for satisfaction is guaranteed you at this store.
T. H. Daniels Succeeding Lara's jfF. H. Daniels Jr.
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BEND THEATRE
Special TWO-REEL FEATURES
WEDNESDAY
DRAMA IN THE AIR
THURSDAY
THE ROAD OF TRANSGRESSION
FRIDAY
AMBASSADORS DAUGHTER
SATURDAY
, LAND OF McGILLICUDY
SUNDAY
WHOSE WIFE IS THIS?
The Cowboy Editor Starts Something.
Miller lived In Crook county about
25 years ago.
The forest service has the matorlnl
ready for constructing three cabins
for the use of rangers. One will ho
at Hast lake, ono tit tho top of Illack
Hutto and one on the Tipnalo. A bnrn
Is also to be built at the old McPher
son place near Pine mountain. A
pasture will also be made, wire for
which has already been sent out.
Don't forget the Itoyal Neighbors
dance August 1. Adv 20
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Ewlng Martin will enter
a lawn social tomorrow
E. O. Bourk of Crescent spent Sun
day In Bend.
T. E. J. Duffy was over Sunday
from Frlnvlllc
L. 0. Mclteynolde has been on the
Blck list this week.
Raymond Thorson is -driving Mo
Colston's delivery wagon now.
R. E. Koon went to Portland on
business Friday, returning this morn
ing. C. I. Dozell returned Saturday
from a short business trip jto Portland.
Mrs. F.
tain with
evening.
3. H. Wenandy has returned from
a two weeks' business trip to Butte,
Montana.
Rev. 1. 1. Gorby returned last week
from Portland where ne apent sever
al weeks.
Thomas Hawthorne came up from
the Deschutes survey camp at Opal
City Saturday.
Mm. W. D. Cursey left town Mon
day nlgbt. It Is understood that she
wont to Portland.
L. Ik Fox and family left Satur
day for Seaside wnero they will
spend several weeks.
Mrs. C. F. Hartwlg and daughter,
Mrs. Narclssa Dayton, left Monday
for Seattle to visit relatives.
J. A. Brlnkley of the forest service
came In from Pine Mountain Satur
day, where he has been working.
Senator Ragsdale, a member of the
last Legislature, was a visitor here
Monday from his home In Sherman
county.
A party of members of the "See
Oregon .First" Club of Salem were in
Bend Friday, making an auto tour of
Central Oregon.
Misses Ruth Caldwell and Marie
Fox went to Portland Saturday nlgbt.
Mies Caldwell will- return the last of
the week with her mother and John,
whjlo Miss' Fox will go on to the
benph with her parents.
Mrs. A. M. Prlngle was at Helsing'a
on the Metollus this week with her
sister and brother-in-law, Mrs. O. C.
TIcknor and husband.
W. R. Riley, the hotel man of La
Pine, was In town yesterday on busi
ness. He reports an excellent trans
ient business at his stopping place.
Thero will bo Episcopal church ser
vices this evening in the J. P. John
eon building, at S o'clock, conducted
by Rev. Bertram A. Warren of The
Dalles.
This afternoon the Musical Club
meets at the home of Mrs. Ashley
Forrest. The program will bo entire
ly Grieg. Last week It was devoted
to American composers.
John T. Whistler, of the Deschutes
survey, who has been making his
headquarters here while Inspecting
the work at the three camps of the
survey, left Monday for Portland.
Mrs. John Llnster, who has been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
A. Brinson, at Harris station, return
ed home Sunday night, accompanied
by her sister, Miss Anna Brinson.
Mrs. H. E. Allen will give a recep
tion Thursday afternoon In honor of
her guest, Miss Abbot, and of Mlsa
Heyburn, sister of Jack Heyburn. who
Is a visitor at the Heyburn home.
The committee appointed to se
cure an evangelist for revival meet
ings in Bend In August Is in commu
nication with Rev. E. J. Bulgln of
Lawtori, Okla., whom they hope to se
cure. Mrs. Floyd DomenU who has been
the guest of relatives at Astoria and
Seattle for the past three weeks, re
turned home Sunday, accompanied by
her husband's father, V B. Dement,
of Astoria, who will visit In the city
for a short time.
In Justice Eastes court Saturday
was tried the cate of the State vs.
Camllo del Mastro, brought up on a
statutory charge preferred by Prlsco
Prlsco, another Italian. The defend
ant was bound over to the grand jury
on ) 140 cash bond.
George M. Miller of Eugene Is In
town today, with George Mllllcan, the
stockman. Mr. Miller la a brother of
the late Joaquin Miller, the poet He
and Mr. Mllllcan used to be neighbors
in the Willamette valley and Mr.
RECORD RUN FROM PELICAN
8. O. Johnson Say Itond to South
Are in Excellent Shape.
S. O. Johnson, heavy limber owner
In the Deschutes valley was here on
Saturday. He came In his car from
Klamath Falls and ntopped with his
agent here, John E. Ryan, at The
Tulles.
"We'mudc tho run from Pelican
Lodge In record time," said Mr. John
son, after commenting upon the ex
cellent condition of tho roads to the
'south. "Leaving there at 2:16 we
reached Ryan's at 7:4 5, an average
of about 25 miles an hour. For the
convenience of southbound autolsts.
The Bulletin might state that the
best way Is to turn to the right at
Sand .creek and go thence via Fort
Klamath
now."
The first auto party to got to tho
rlra of Crater Lake this year innclo
the trip last week, said Mr. Johnson.
alleged that tho property listed an
security actually was not on the
premises, his complaint charging ob
taining money under false pretences.
After hearing evldonco and argu
ments of counsel. Justice Eastes dis
missed Mrs. Cursey. District Prose
cuting Attorney WlrU was aralatcd
by V. A. Forbes. II. H. DeArmond
represented the defendant.
IIKND'S KIIAPOHT.
FLTMtENCE Is Uend's nearest sea
port. In course of u short time It
will be connected v. 1th Bend directly
by rail. It you wish to know more
about this seaport, write
GEO. MELV1N MJLLEK,
1-23-1 p-Adv Florence, Ore.
Anderson Bros, ranch. Phone. IDtfl
FOIl SALE Cabin near Bend Co.
mll. Inquire at Bullutln offlce. ICtf
FOR BALE Team of horses, wag
on and harness nt Fred Auderson's.
sawmill,
10-2Sp
llltf
1 Classified
I Advertising
AittertUernentM Inpcrtcd under till
heuillni; nt the rnc of one cent m
word for each Insertion. Discount on
extended Insertion, tliurgen are
luiynblt In nihniice except for ndter
That route Is In fine shape ; liken linWin: n regular account ulili
Tim Bulletin. All paid adtertle
mentN will le posted In The Bulletin
ofllce nt the time of receipt.
The Dairy Commissioner rules that
Butter Wrappers
MUST BE MARKED
Dairy Butter -full weight given in
ounces and the name and address of
1 ' the maker. Do yours comply with
the law! If not, have some printed
that do. '
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,TJHK BEND BULLETIN
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WEST TO CR0SS MOUNTAINS
Governor Will Make Serleu of Good
Hoods Ailclrt-sri.
EUGENE, July po. Governor
West and State Highway Engines
H. W. Bowlby will leave Eugene by
auto on Tuesday, July 22, to cross
tho Cascades by the McKenzle pass to
Prlneville, where talks on good roads
are to be made.
Governor West comet nt the per
sonal Invitation of County Judge II.
W. Thompson, who, In conjunction
with the national forest service, Is
repairing the McKenzle road at some
of the steep places, and making It
passable for automobiles Into Eastern
Oregon throughout tho season of no
snows.
Engineer Bowlby will co-oporal
with the Crook County Court and
Central Oregon good road enthusi
ast In planning better highways.
For Itrnt.
STATE BUYS LANDS.
It Is understood that practically
all the land required for tho reser
xolr site of the Tumalo Irrigation
project, being built by the state ad
jacent to Laldtaw, has been purchas
ed. Close to 160,000 Is being paid
out for the tracts Involved. Those
whose property Is being taken over
by the state include the following:
P. A. Woolley, Millard Trlplett, Chas.
Wlmer, John Byem, It. H. 8wlsher,
G. W. Horner and W. D. Clark.
MnS. CUIWEV ACQUITTED.
In Justice Eastes' court Friday was
tried the case of O. W. Arnold vs.
Mrs. W. D. Cursey. Arnold, who
loaned the Curseys 260, protected
by a mortgage covering household ef-
cU in the Mountain View Hotel,
I
OREGON TIIUNK.
-
Arrives 8 a. m.
- Leaves 8:30 p. m.
CW. It. & N. CO.
Arrives 8:16 p. in.
Leaves , , . , 6 : 4 6 a, m,
STAGE LINK SOUTH.
Arrives 7:30 p. m.
Leaves 10 r., m.
AUTO LINES.
Cars dally to Burns and points
south and southeast.
l'OSTOFFICE HOUIW.
General delivery open dally 10
a. ra. to 6:30 p. m,
General delivery open Sunday
10:30 a. m, to 11 a. m.
- Hallway mall closes 7 p. m.
Stage mall closes 6 p. in.
- TELEGRAPH HOURS.
Western Union daily 0-12;
1-6; 7-10,
Western Union Sunday 8-10 and
4-6.
TELEPHONE HOURS.
- Ploneer.,Co. daily 7 a. m. to 9 p.
m.
- Pioneer Co, Sunday 8-12; G-8 .
FOB HENT-Four-room bungalow.
Inquire or address E. P. Brosterhous,
Bend. 20tf
FOB BENTFurnlshed cabin G
n month. W. B. Lesb, lot 11, blk 16,
Center Addition. 12tf
FOB BENT Three furnished
rooms close in, very reasonable. In
quire nt O'Donnell market. 20tf
FOR RENT Two room cabin, well
furnished, free water, $7.60 a month.
W. B. Lesb. Bend Grocery. 18tf
FOR RENT -Three comfortable
rooms centrally located. Sultablo for
family. Running wator and electric
lights. Very moderate. Inquire at
Bulletin otrice. Stf
Wanted.
WANTED Cook for family. Ros
coe Howard, Deschutes, Ore, 20tf
WANTED Good bed spring, mat
tretts and chiffonier. Apply X, Ilulle
tin. 20:.
WANTED Girl for general house
work. Address Mrs. O. Laurgaard,
I.alnIaY. Ore. SOU
WANTED Position as hotel cook
by experienced Japanese chef, In
quire at Grand restaurant. 20p
WANTED to sell or trade for
gontle delivery horse, good driving
horse but not safe for boy to drive.
Value $76. Bend Grocery. 20
WANTED 1 Inch and 1 Inch
California Pine and Butcar,. Pine,
common and upper grades.. Ferma-
nent supply desired. Charles W.
Trumbull, 1812-72 West Adams St..
Chicago. .16-Szp
Lot and Found.
STRAYED or stolen from range
near Sisters, a light sorrel mare colt
2 years 'Old last March, white face,
whit mnn inl tall, branded 60 on
the right shoulder. Last seen cross-
lug the river at Laldlaw. will give
120 to anv Demon send'ne me word
so I can get her and $60 for evidence
that will lead to arrest and convic
tion of thief If stolen. S. T. Andrus,
Madras, Ore. 19-20p
LOST Between my farm and BIs
tArn. 600 head of awes and Iambs
branded with a cross, rouchlne shear
ed. Phone or address Rector Arn
wine, Sisters, Oregon, lfltf
LOST Sorrell mare, no brand,
a whltA nolnted lees, right hind log
spavined. Finder please notify the
Bulletin. 18-zop
"MJftcellaneou.
Ginseng raising sure way to make
money. Sells at $6 a pound, Write
today for free booklet.- Lee men
tor, Uburn, Wash. 20p
For Sale.
FOR SALE Tho Altamont Hotel
building and furniture, all new uud
first elm. J. A. Eastes, 4tf
FOR SALE Good Ford auto, to
passenger; a bargain If taken within
30 days, $176. A. II. Uove. SOtf
FOR SALE Four registered Jer
sey cows and calves at Sherwood
Bros, ranch 7 miles S. W, of Red
mond. 19
FOR SALE Good property on
Wall and Ilond streets, alio In Ken
wood. For particulars apply to II.
C. Bills. 17tf
FOIt SALE One ncre, 2 two-room
houses. Itarn, woodshed, water. Close
In on 7th street. $1000. $200 down,
bal, monthly. Jones & Rcnsliaw. 7tf
FOR BALE 540 rods of woven
wire farm fencing 3! In. high, 8 line
wire, at 30c per rod at the Bend
wniuiwMPe. .uri. juim u ill in tin, i.n i
Pine. 19-22p'
FOR BALK Choice residence lots
In Orokla Addition. This Is on tho
river. Prices are reasonable and on
terms of $ oash, $3 monthly, J A.
Eastes. agent. llftf
FOR 8ALI8 All kinds of common
lumber at McNaught & demon's
mill, on Bend-Burns road. Also. w
cut any kind of orders on short
notice. Write or call on us for
prices. lMf
FOR SALE Four fine lots In
Park Addition In block 13. Water,
light and sidewalks; attractive
houses occupy adjoining property.
Same prices you pay for unimproved
lots far out. "Inquire "Bargain", nt
Bulletin ofllce. 2tf
FOR SALE All kinds of rough
and drtssed lumltr, at Anderson
Bros, sawmill half way between Bend
and Laldlaw, on old Tumalo road.
Reasonnblo prices, rough lumber $10
per M. Delivering to Bend or Lald
law $2 per M. Telephone.
FOR HALE Ranch of 180 ncrea
situated &H miles southeast of Bend
on llcnd-liurus rond. I'lnco la well
Improved with buildings and grain,
clover, alfalfa nnd rout crops. Is In
good shape to carry rows mid hogs,
Has 110 acres of water under Arnold
ditch. Slock and tools complete to
ruu the place, KverythliK goes at
reasonable figure. This will npeal
to you. See It before buying else
where, Selling on account of sick
ness. See owner on ranch. A, C.
Armstrong. lfl-1 !
Fishermen
We are going to
give a fine leather
bound $8 basket
to the person presenting
the hirgest redside caught
between June 1 ami Sep
tember 1, w i t h tackle
bought at our store. Cull
and inspect it.
I
OWL PHARMACY
(INCOUIIUTJll))
RALPH POINDUXTQK, Prop.
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North Beach
Now in Full Blast
Why1 not plan your Summer Vacation at this
wonderful resort, reached by rail to Portland via
A TRIP
DOWN THE
COLUMBIA
AHEST
V THE
OCEAN
AND
STEAMER TRIP down the, Columbia via.
O-W. It. & N. Steamers "T. J,. Potter" or y
"Hnssalo," daily except , Sunday-Surf
Bathing, Fishing Tents and 'cottages, for
rent Good hotel accommodations,
Excellent Restaurant Service on Boats.
Information cheerfully given by Agent
O-W. It. & N.
purniture
at
A. L. Hunter's
9
1s
1
fc
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FOR SALE Baled clover hay at