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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1914)
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FEU BETTER NOW
MB A DIP IH
irnufwiiiiuiii a vm
DID YOU EVER TBY IT
ON YOUR STOCK?
Nothing like It to put Ihetn
In Rood condition, free them
from Iniect parasites And pro
tect thorn from contagious dls
Kreso Dip No. I
KILLS LICE, TICKS,
MITES AND FLtAS.
Curst Mang. Soab.
Ringworm and Other
itm jr Tz.ismw ... 'u
I ftiJ 111
Uie It on Horiei, Cattle. Sneep, Swine, Doi, Gouts and Poultry,
ron saic bv
PATTERSON DRUG CO.
cm on white ron rmc oohict on nncoo dip no. t.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
P V Itrown hiia loft town.
Y. 0. Walle U now located In Se
attle, K H Miles nni In town on Saturday,
T K. J. Duffy spent laat Sunday
J M Judil nnd family spent Iot
week In Itcidmoml.
Miss Katherlno Trautnor spent
Sunday In Redmond.
Alnx Richards loft Sunday morn
ing for Walla Walla.
Mm. Itoaono Howard was up from
' Deschutes on Friday.
J (I Thorp of Laldlaw waa In town
on business yestorday.
William Miller of Hums spent the
week end at tho llend.
II. Latham returned on Friday
f(dm a trip to Portland.
T J, Hodges, of Redmond, waa at
tho wriKiii on .Monuay.
The" band haa enRntted Artisan Hall
a. a place lor rB..ci... flV K Jl()tl Went to Ia Pino
Ixiuls Dooner returned from n trip Monday expecting to return tills or
to tho routti on Saturday. Iternoon.
P. V. llonnluy, of l.nldlrtw, apout
tliu week oud at tho WrlKhl.
There will ho services In tho Cnth
olio cliurnli Sunday, in a. in.
J. K. Williamson of Inldlnw was
In town -on IjihiIihihk yesterday.
Tho Rebeknhs will Install their
now otrioorH on Frldny, tho 24th.
duo. Vnndovort enmo down on
Monday from tho Old Homestead.
P. O. Minor returned on Thuraday
from n business trip to tho auuth.
Anne's Ilvury stable In being paint
d, Nlok Welder doluK tho work.
diet Springer returned from n
flailing trip up tho rlvor yesterdny.
Mra. Lt. J. Dundy of Prlncvlllu waa
registered at tho llend on Thuraday.
Mr. and Mr. V. A. Forbes return
ed on Saturday from Klamath Falls
J. M. Judd la nnllliiK out propara-
lory to leaving (or a lower altitude.
Mm. Herbert Allen gave a chil
dren' party at hur homo on Satur
Tho annual meotlnit of tho Arnold
! Irritation Company la being hold to
Sale is still on!
Do not miss your
big opportunity to
get some of the best
R. M. SMITH CLOTHING COMPANY
LEARN THE WAY
ARE YOU going to the hills
jfl for that vacation? I have
just the Summer Furniture
you want for camping. Tents,
Blankets, Cots, Camp Chairs and
Stools and many other articles.
E. M. Thompson
New Location opposite McCuiston Grocery.
Tom Hulton, ono of Oregon' hli
sheep iiioii, Im In town from hlM homo
Mm. J ii tn on II. Dopaon nnd rhlldron
rot ii mod to town with Mr. Dopaon
Conductor Wolah of tho Oregon
Trunk him boon ptomoled to tin
MM. Knrtioat N'oIhoii, of Prlngln
Flats, him eoiuo In to town to spend
it fuw lllOlltllH,
Olioator Cntlow.lmn taken Mm. Mc
l.niirln'H puhKIoii um planUt at the
L. M. Vim of tho O.-W. It. ft. N.
Co., hint tnkou duak room In tho J
A. HaMtcH ollluu.
MIm LouIdo llalvoraon la ntopnlnK
at the PrlnKlo homo whllo Mm. Cook
la on her vacation.
Tho 11 rut National Hank Iiiih (11b
Irlliuted a neat oard with Mpacsa for
T. I.. Shnw camo down from Sl
torn Saturday and atopped at the
WrlKht over Sunday.
K, O. Hndaon of Prlnnvlllo atop
pad at tho Itend for two daya the lat
ter iinrl of laat week, i
There will bo n meetliiK of thoj
Creamery Aaaoclatlon on Saturday,
July IK, at 2 o'olook. I
MImh (lertrtido Do Shaw, of So
attlo, Ik apeudlnk a mouth vlnltlUR
with Mra. 11. P. Manlou.
J 1". M(Hri) of Itedmond, went to
Portland Sunday to play In tho mon'n
doublet with O. P. Putnam.
W J Orubenlionit and family aro
koIiik for n trip over tho mountalna
tho latter part of thin week
It. IS. Itlchardu camo to town on
Monday from Alfalfa and la now
working at tho Pilot Itutte.
Tho Pratornal Hrotherhood will
hold their regulnr dance In Hnther
Hall, Thuraday ulKht. July 10
Mra. Vloln M. Smith or Imperial
waa In town on Prlday. DurlnR her
ntny alio atopped al tho Wright.
A heavy thunder atorm pruned over
Minn .',. ,J Ulltiuu; iiiui ,..... .. .
(luartor of an Inch of rain fulllne.
C. II. Allcji wnn down from 111 u?
rlvor rnnoh Thumday. Ho aitya tho
oropa In hla vicinity aro excellent.
The A. L. French "Cuba" will plav
tho Lnldlaw "SlURRora" on tho ball
Kroutid Sunday mornlnK at 10 a. m.
Tho city fire nnparatu waa called
out Prldav to oxtlttRUlah a flro on tho
river bank oppoalto Pinelyn Park.
O. J. Doppn, 'who moved to Slater
from Alfnlfa laat ial(, lias rccontly
left thurojor Outlook; S'aahlnKton.
Mra. MoLaurln, who haa been plav
Iiir at thoDrt'am Theatro, has tnken
up n homostead claim near Crescent
City Marshal S. K. Robert's son.
who has been oporataj on for ade
nolds and tonsils, Is doing very nice
ly A number of Hcnd peoplo have
Rono to Crescent to make entry on
the newly opened lands In that section.
K. Penman arrived from Chi
laat week to tako a position
tho Unltod Warehouse-. Com-
. . . .. . T.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fish, Mr. and Sirs.
Manlon, Mlas Gertrude Do Shaw and
Harney O'Donncll spent Sunday up
Kalph Spencer and Clarcnco I
Mannhclmer went up tho rlier on
a camping trip on Friday, returning
Clark Paul reports having scon ono
of tho China pheasants, released lmt
spring. In a field below town with
several young ones.
Mlas Nell Market has taken Mrs.
Cook's position as stenographer In
Tho llend Company's ottlco during
tho latter a vacation.
Dr. Andrew C. Smith and family
of Portland who havo been camping
up the river returned to their homo
on Sunday nlgnra train,
Kd Ilrosterhous and II. B. Wooley
returned on Thursday from m Pine
whom they hnd been to put In a bid
on tho now school houso.
Mrs. Ornco M. Hassett, who his
boon spending tho past fow, months
In Portland, has recently moved out
to her Hampton homestead.
Hcnklo & Ityan report the loca
tion of 23 settlers, mostly Hond peo
ple, on tho homestead lands nt Crcs
cont opened for entry today.
On Sunday Hugh O'Knno. of tho
llend Hotel, entertained two old
(Vlonds, J.co Cohen and Jako Hob
bins of Pendleton. Thoy left for
Crnter l.ako Monday morning.
T. A. II. Tcotor apent Sunday in
town, coining up from Itedmond
whero ho la at present employed In
studies of the Central Oregon canal.
AT THIS JULY
This is your time to buy Summer Goods the best time in the entire year for your
poekct-liook. You have three months of summer before you; this sale enables you
to buy SUMMER GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES and get EXCESS VALUE.
91.U3 Children's Dandy 7-lno Dresses
MnJo of Amoskeag Ulnghams UH Out
05 Cent Children's Dresses now 50 Cents
05 fVnl Hompers now 50 f-ents
Bed Spreads, Sheeting
$1.VW lied Spread. 64x78 Si. 03
1.5t) Hod Spread G8x80 . HtM
75 ('cut Sheets 81x00 reduced to Oil 'cnl
H5 (Vnt Sheets 81x90 reduced to 77 rM
Jl Cent Hleachcd Muslin Good Quality l Cents
10'ynrda to a customer only.
Skirts, Waists, Dresses
1AUIV.H' miV.HH HKIUTH
1 Lot XIS), 9I.U5 Waists 05 Cents
9I.U5 Houso Dresses Special 05 tVnl
Sale Warner's Corsets
SIZICS AXD PATTKItXK WHICH U'K AltK
No. 570, Regular Price $1.50, 8ale
No. 5UU, Itcgular Prlco 9I!5, Sale
Price 05 Cents
No. 5:10, Itcgular Price $2.oo, Sale
35 Cent Printed Voiles 25 Cents
;5 Cent Matelasso Crepe 25 Vtatm
00 Cent Ratine, 3C Inch wldo, per yard
, . . 50 Cent
15 Cent Tissue Ginghams per yard V2f Cents
75 Cont Crepe Linen now o Cents
:t5 Cent Voiles and Crepes reduced to 25 Crnts
!15 Cent Ladles' Union Suits, Lace Knee
now .23 Cents
35 Cent Children's Summer Union Suits
now 25 Cents
Sale of Midsummer .
All $1.00 Gowns and Princess Slips re
duced to 5 Cents
All $1.25 Gowns and Princess Slips re
duced to $1.00
All $1.50 Gowns and Princess Slips re
duced to $1.25
$1.00 Grade now . , . . .s $3.15
vi.50 Grade now $3.15
$3.00 Grade now $2.05
$2.75 Grade now ... $215
$2.25 Grade now $2.05
2.00 Grade now $1.75
$2.25 Wool llotts 2' Lbs. now $1.05
Dependable Merchandise Prices the Lowest
A whntatono with n collulold back
boarlng a warning against setting
forest fires Is being given away by
tho Oregon Forest Flro Association.
The Portland Journal of last Sun
day contains n picture of Hol&tng'o
ranch on tho Motollus with an artlclo
descriptive of tho attractions of that
Mlua Lottie Do Armond, who vis
ited her brother II. II. Do Armond
hero Inst summer, waa married on
Sundn) to Ernest Smith, n druggist
Mr. nnd Mrs. D. V. Stono of Con
tral Point aro visiting tholr dnughtor,
Mrs. L. M. Foss. Mr. Stono wns for
merly engngod In tho novspapor buel
nosu In Trlotdad, Colorado.
Prof P. H. Hroughton of" MoMlnn
vlllo coIIoko camo to town Sunday
morning to address tho Haptlst con
gregation in tho Interests of hla In
stitution. Ho left on his return to
Portland Sunday evonlng,
A largo Bhoop outfit bolonglng to
J. W. Fisher of Shanlko camo to
town yoaterday for provisions. There
woro nlno papk horses. In the train
and they took 3)100 pounds of pro
visions out taCrano Prairie,
Ncal Sly arrived In town yesterday
on his way to his home In La Pine
after a short trip to Portland. While
thero Mr. Bly spent some tlmo with
Hill Rogers, captain of the Portland
ball team, who has many friends In
O. P. Putnam went to Portland on
Erlday to play In tho Oregon State
Tennis Tournament. Mrs. Putnam
went down to Joln'hlm Sunday night.
Mrs. Putnam's brother, Edwin Hln
ncy of Sound Deach, Conn., Is ex
ported to return with them on Sat
urday. T. II. Foley and Dr. Fcrroll return-
cd over tho McKcmlo pass from Eu
gene Friday afternoon accompanied
by Miss May and Miss Ethel K'naoy
who aro visiting with Mrs. Foley. S.
E. Roberts and J. P. Keycs. who went
over to Eugene with Mr. Foley went
on to Portland and the latter return
ing from there on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. 8. Hudson, E. M.
Iara, Dr. H. Ferrell and Donald Hud
son left In Mr. Hudson's car yester
day morning for a trip to Crater
Lako. Medford and Eugene, planning
to return by way of McKenile pasi.
Tho party had a mishap early In tho
Journey when a spring broke making
It necessary to telephone In from
Ralph CaldwolI'B for assistance.
KUFORT OK TIIK CONDITION OH
The First National Bank
t tend, In th RIMe of Ottion. t the cleic of
smlutM June jth, 1914.
r.MnnndrtlKounti ....., tR.5iAj
overdraft!, ccurcluUuutcurl ....... j.wo 08
U.K. UomlitoccurtclKtiUtlvn...-. iiuik
lionJi, txcuilllr. Ktc. ....... .. ...-.,. li.irr 74
runUng bouMT, furniture ana nxtum j?.?oi 7
Out from National Banks (not ttcrYc
agenta) . ..... - 9,60) 19
Dup from htaie ana ITlrate Uaukt and
Iiaukcr. Trait Coiniianlca and Sv-
liiga lunka .. ioC6 M
Due from Apnroet Kektrrc Ascnta. j wo m
Chrck and othrr Ch Itema . 4 U
Nolra of othrr National llaukt .... 1 joo 00
fractional t'aper Currtucy, Nickel aud
Ctuta 7; i
Lawful Money Kraervv la Ilauk, via-
Hiieete .. IU4I
J.ei!altcndcr notca . M . i 00 n,So6 60
Ketcnilou fuml with U 8 Treaaurcr
(5 tr ctut of circulation) .. ......... 6aj 00
Capital atock paid In
IIKNKON .NOW LVJiUS.
latest reiiorts Indicate the nomi
nation of Circuit Judge Benson for
the 8upreme Court on the Rcpubll
KF.roinr or Tin: co.suino.v ok
The Deschutes State Baik
at Dcnd.ln theFUteof Orrjon. al the clow of
butlntM June jolh, (914.
Loana and Jttcouuta. . ...446 19 j
ft! 4.1 40
OrerdraRa, aeeurrd and unaecurad.
Honda and warrauta ..........
furniture and future-
Due from approrrd reaerve banka....
Cheeka and other cah itema. ......
Kipenxt . -......
Capital atock paid '- ,
Due to banka and banker a,
Indlrldual rlepoaita auMect to check...
lroandCrrtl6cateaofI)poi'. .... .
Time CertlBcatrt of Depoail..
STATU OK OMEGON, I
..... s oa
. I.4JI JJ
11 Jl 40
ri. f ,
County of Cruok.
I. K. it. Lara, Caahler of the aboTe-narctd
bank, doaulemnly twtar that the above aute-
belief. K. W LAHA.Caakler
men! ia true to (he beat of my knowledge and
Bubacrlbed and sworn to before me thla nth
day of July. 1914.
ROJKST W. Eawvia,
V. O. Mikor.
can ticket. In the recount that haa
heen going on first he and then Judgo
McNary have lead but Judge Ucnsort
Is now apparently gaining.
MASONIC IOmJBJ" '
Speclsl meeting Thu7iTayevenIng.
July J 6th. Work in the F'C. degree.
All Masons reqUested.jo.atteOiLw
II. E. ALLEN. VL M -Advil9c.
Roofing, building papers, doors and.
wlpdows. Skuso Hardware Co. Adv.
The oriel imI and cetm.
Ine thai dost wear vut at the filijtr
. Ask for them at
- it our cIotc Dnu
A-" -iort "KAYSQT
f&l SOk Olovts
LaefKAYSEir Stk Gloves ,
A OUAHAMIK WITH IVtiv FAIB
R. M. Smith Qothing Co.
LFwUN THE WAY
icu itxiicuwca and
raxea oald u j o6 u
National Han Note outstanding .... 1 1 Joo 00
Individual dcposlta sunject to check...,..ii,i4 ja
Demand certificate of deposit - 101 00
Time Ccrtlflcittea of Deposit ijii? 30
Cerl5ed Cheeka t ij
Casjiler'a checks outstaudlua; .i. i& 7$
Total :, 7ji 91
8TATK OK ORU3QN,
County of Crook, "
I, C. H. Hudson, Cashier of the abore named
bai)k, do solemnly awtar that the above state-
ineniiatrueiaineiKti 01 my Kiiowieoee sua
v. D. IIU
Suit Pases and Bags
Trunks and Telescopes
, Uf & Cos.
1 . CJt. A, HATllkS.
, 11. C. Hllik,
8ubKribed and (worn to before roe this 711?
day of July, 1914. """
' LKWJa U. afcRltYNOLUS, Nttary I'uUlc.
Matting Suit Cases $1.50, $2.50
E. A. SATHER