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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1915)
Should Buy Your
Groceries of Us
BECAUSE wo mnko a specialty
of delivering when promised.
It costs money for efficient do
livery service,- but it rinys us.
Also wo deliver by parcel post
to out of town customers
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LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Tho mercury went to 70 degrees
J. M. Uellett of Redmond wns In
town on Sunday.
John J. Wow of La Pino was in
town on Saturday.
C. W. Richardson of Lnldlaw was
up on Wednesday.
C. M. Redllold of Deschutes was in
town on Saturday.
R. F. and V. E. Quorln of Alfalfa
spent Sunday hero.
Mrs. M. A. Novel of rrlnovlllo was
in town over Sunday.
.Mrs. G. W. Shrinor has been sick
for tho past fow days.
E. M. Peck of Hampton, camo in
on business last week.
Rov. A. S. Dlack has been confined
to his houso by Illness.
Ed Rourk of Crescent has been In
town for tho past week.
C. V. Cnrmlchnel of La Pino spent
n fow days hero last week.
C. F. Hnrtwlg has been In from his
Mllllcan homestead recently.
E. M. Peck of Hampton has been
In town for tho laBt fow days.
V. II. .Marlon wa3 visiting friends
horo fur n fow days last week.
A. E. Lovett passed through hero
last week on a trip to Ln Pino.
Horn to Mr. nnd Mrs. Q. F. Miller
n nlno pound girl on Saturday.
Carl WIso of La Pino was regis
tered at tho Rond ovor Sunday.
Judgo Thorp of Tumalo camo up
yesterday to spend tho day In town.
Troy Heaver has been In town from
bin homestead at Crescent thlo week.
A St. Patrick's Day danco will bo
glvon at tho Hotel Deschutes tonight.
Mrs. Chaa. Orowllcr has been sick
with tho grippe during tho past week.
F. R. Day loft for Seattle yestorday
morning whero ho will Join his Bister.
D. M. Ferry and C. C. Morse Seeds
QDITdPI A I Heinz Dill Pickles
Jr IvLIJTLLf 15 cents per doz.
The Cash Grocer
LEAVE YOUR COIN IN YOUR OWN TOWN
You con- got
j& GIFTS OF CLASS
rlrfht at homo
THE ART SHOP ho new thlpment of
FINE IMPORTED CHINA
DESIGNS AND WOlUt UP-TO-DATE
See Art Shop Window
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
We carry complete stockNOTHING BUT
GROCERIES. We guarantee every purchase
satisfactory and our guarantee is a guarantee.
W. C. McCUISTON
I wish to make it known, to the public that I am no
longer connected with the Deschutes Cafe, hut am
still running he Club Qfe and th0regon Hotel.
-Clyflo -McKay returned . Sunday
from a trip to La Pino and Davis
lake. ' . ;
Mrs. M, Remington of Fort 'Rock
camo horo this morning for a few
Trod d. Klger of MlUIcan. enmo In
yesterday to make final proof on hla
Floyd LIpplncott of La Pino wns
registered nt the Pilot Hutto on
C. A. Vondcrhplt and family hnvo
moved to their homestead ln tho Fort
Mrs. Florenco Limbeck leaves to
morrow morning for a throo week's
trip to Seattle
Dennis Cormody has celebrated tho
day by appearing In tho first Btraw
hat of the season.
Miss Chrlstenscn spent tho weok
ond nt the J. II. Stanley ranch, re
Tho Catholic Ladles Guild will
moot on Thursday afternoon with
Mrs. Floyd Dement.
Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. P. Walling of
Viewpoint, Oregon, spent n couplo of
days hero last week.
Tho WcBt Sldo Agricultural Fair
Association will glvo n St. Pntrlck's
Day danco at Tumalo tonight.
Lylo Richardson of La Pino wns
In town ovor Monday night, leaving
yestorday morning for Crescent.
Miss Grace Ward loft for Omaha
Friday morning In answer to a tele
gram that her undo was very 111,
iL. A. Hunt of Lower Hrldgo was In
town over Sunday. During his Btny
ho was registered at tho Wright.
Mrs. J. II. Connnrn camo down
from the homestead on Sunday to
spend a fow days with her husband.
After n two wcok'H visit at the
San Frnnclsco fair O. Lnurgaard and
family aro now sottlcd In Portland.
H. H. Hoguo of Hampton, who has
been staying In town for about n
week, returned to his homestead on
Mr. and Mrs. Claronco Mannholm
or arrived horo Sundny mornln? from
Chicago. They aro living nt Mrs. A.
T. Framo's temporarily.
M. Kolly of Minneapolis, tho rep
resentative of tho Shovlln company,
loft for his homo Saturday after
Bpondlng sovornl weeks horo.
Daseball nractlco Is being hold
every nftornoon at tho ball grounds
now. A full account or tho team win
bo glvon In noxt week's paper.
Kenneth Minor oxpects to Icavo for
Silver Lnko In a fow days whoro no
will work for tho U: S. Reclamation
Servlco for a couplo of monthB.
Mrs. F. V Tomes and daughtor of
La Pino, who buvo been nt tho Knotts
nrlvnto hosnltal at Dend for tho past
month roturncd homo on Sunday.
C. If. Bishop nnd W. C. Derrick of
Imperial camo In on Sunday on busi
ness. They report that rabid coyotes
aro doing much damage In tholr sec
tion. Mrs. J. E. Rynn and Miss Coleman
gave a brldgo party ln honor of J. II.
Stnnloy'a sister, Mrs. Gontry, Thurs
day aftornoon. Fourteen guests at
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Shnw of Sisters
opont Saturday nftornoon In town,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Kdmundson nnd daugh
ter camo over with them to purchaso
a Ford car.
Dr. Norrls' wlfo and son nrrivod
Wednesday night to Join him hero.
They aro living at tho Wright Hotel,
but expect to go to houfo keeping in
n short tlmo.
John II. WImer, formerly of Tum
alo, (ins boon nppolntod n patrolman
by tho mayor of Ashland, whoro ho
has boon living Blnco his removal
from this country last year.
Forest Ranger Earl Austin loft
yesterday for tho Alllngham Hangor
Station on tho Motollus, whoro ho
will assist Ranger H. B. Vlncoat In
repairing tho Itangor Stntlon houso.
Mrs. E. E. Hannn of Kenwood will
entertain tho mnmbein and friends
of tho llaptlst Woman's Missionary
Clrclo tomorrow afternoon nt 2:30
o'clock. Subjoct: "Missionary Work
In tho Philippines."
Miss Noll Markol and Mr. nnd Mrs..
V. A. Forbes went out to Mllllcnn
Sundny to bpo Miss Gortrudo Mnrknl.
Mrs, Forhos Intends staying out there
for n weok, while MIbh Mnrkel and
Mr. Forbes returned tho samo day.
Tho monoy bnrrol contest It tho
primary clais of tho M. E. Sundav
school closed on Sunday. Tho net
proceeds of tho contest wero 17.r4.
Tho prlro, a gold signet ring, was
given to Mary Reynolds, who had col
J. I. West, an old tlmo resident "f
Hond, arrived Wednesday nlaht to
visit his daughter, Mrs. Elmor Ward.
Mr. West la now n rosldent of Tho
Dalloa. Ho has Just roturncd from
upending tho winter In California,
taking In tho fair oo his way north.
It. H. Parsons, who reoentlv bought
tho W. K Savior ranch nt Gist, ane
his brother, W. E. Pardons. paed
through nnd yoMerday on their wnv
to ho rnnch. W. E. Parsons will
live on tho jilnco, and It. II. Parsons
Is going to movo horo from Kugono
in a couple of woeks to not as Gen
eral Supervisor Agent of tho Oregon
Life iBsuranco Co. Ho will hnvo hli
office with C. V. Silvia and H. II. De
MrCnho nnd Hhooghlo nro Held SII
ycrtooth Liquors Stolen.
F. S. McCnbo and Poto Dhooghlo
wero taken to Pj-Inovlllo Inst night
to bo lodged In tho county Jail pend
ing the next sosslon of tho grand
Jury. They arc held on charges ofi
breaking ana entering nnd larceny,
having been arraigned before Justice
Bastes yesterday. A third man said
to bo Implicated with them Is now be
ing sought. I
The charges against tho prisoners
nro In connection with tho breaking
into mo iiuuuing in tno renr or tno
Oregon hotel In which tho Sllvertooth
liquors nro stored, nnd tiklng nwny
a quantity of tho goods. Discovery of
tho thefts wns nindo by a watchman
at tho United Warehouso who camo
upon two of tho men ono night car
rying n box with tho Sllvertooth mnrk
on It. Following this n watch wns
kept at tho storo houso and Saturday
night Dhooghlo wns caught thcro as
ho wos entering. A number of liq
uor bottlcn of different kinds found
nt tho McCnbe cabin nro held as
8horlff Knox accompanied by Dep
uty Howell camo over from PrJnovlllo
for tho prisoners last night. McCnbo
was recently nrrcsted on the charge
of larceny of a hundred dollar bill,
but discharged by tho grand Jury for
lack of evidence.
BEND REPORT ACCEPTED
Homl Money Spent Here Accounted
For Other Section Delinquent. '
Investigation of tho matter of tho
road funds spent on tho west sldo
last year for which tho county court
Is now asking an accounting linn dis
closed tho fact that the money which
Id still unaccounted for Ib that spent
In tho vicinity of Lnldlnw and Red
mond. As stated last week all money
spent near Ilend has been duly re
ported on to tho court and tho report,
accepted. This amounted to slightly
ovor $10,000 while tho total ntlll In
question Is $ 13,300. It Is understood
that Mr. Hnyloy Is having tho ro
mnlnder of his nccounts mmlo up nnd
will Dlo them with tho court nt Its
For LAND PLASTER go to United
Wnrohouso Co. Adv. 2 tf.
Miss Cornelia Wilson's candles will
ho found on snlo hereafter ot It. M.
Smith's store Adv. . 2
Whero Is your land In tho Willam
ette vallov that you will exchange for
Central Oregon land on tho 8tnto
ditch. No agont. Address 23G Hush
Streot, Salem, Oregon. 2-3p
HOLDING UNION MEETINGS.
Union evangelistic meetings have
bdsn held for tho past two wcoks by
tho MotludlstB, tho Prcsbytorlnns nnd
tho Haptlsts, tho pastor of ench
church taking turns In lending. Or
iginally It wna expected that Evan
gollst W. L. Conlo would conduct
meetings hero but ho wn3 unnblo to
como nnd tho present meetings nro a
substitute. On account ot Ha con
venient location tho Haptlst church
Id bolng used for tho sorvlcos which
hnvo been well attendod. A feature,
Is mado of congregation singing. Tho
services will continue nt least anoth
CAHH OF THANKS.
Wo wish to thank our noighbors
and friends nnd tho business men of
Hond for their prompt nctlon nnd
contribution to our son that ho could
go to tako proper treatment for n
rabid coyoto blto. Tho hoy kRIed tho
coyoto1wlth tho axo. " '
WM. M. DOUGIAS.
COItA MAY DOUGLAS R. M.
FARMS FOR RENT.
40 acres, 1 mllo from Ilend, Three
room houso suitable for garden truck
40 acres, 2 miles north Lnldlaw. 4
room houso. Address ZX enro Hul
you'll want some
Made of first quality fabrics,
they are put together better
than the ordinary dresses
you'll buy at most stores. They cost no more.
Priced nt.-a-iutt 65c to $1.00
For Your Boys you'll want
BLOUSES and SHIRTS
The same high standard in quality merchandise.
No strings to bother with -they are the "Loop"
made blouses. Priced at 50c to $1.00
STOP AND SHOP AT
THIS STORE IS THE BUYING
CENTER FOR PEOPLE. WHO
HAVE THE KEENEST JUDG
MENT OF REAL VALUES.
.MONTANA WHEAT LANDS.
In Dawson, CuBtor, Rosebud,
Pralrlo and Fallon counties for snlo
on tho 10 year payment plan, one
tenth down, balanco In ten annual
payments nt G per cent. Host grain
lands In Stato. Prices $G to $U
por aero dopondont upon tillable area
per section. Sco or wrlto. E. 11.
Mllburn, 424 Henncssy building,
Ilutto, Montana. ' C2-lp
Skuso liardwaro Co. Adv.
Uso cracked corn fdr rhlckon feed
tho now Ilend Flour Mill hno it.
Onion setH, 10 conts n
Skuso Hordwaro Co. Adv.
Uso Truo Hluo Flour! It Is tho
best mado and a Ilend product.
Adv. 37 tf
Uso cracked corn for chicken feed
tho now Hond Flour Mill Iiob It.
Adv. , co tf
THE NEW WAY
Send for Hlackwoll. Ho will como
with n Whllo Crosrt Vacuum Cloanor
nnd when ho leaven, tho diiHt leaves
with him. ChargoB rcoHonnblo. For
appointments tolophono PnttorBon'a
or tho Owl,
will be served in honor
of tlje Commercial Club
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PRIVATE HOSPITAL AT HENH.
Xon-contaglous diseases and ma
te'nlty cason a specialty. Phono ned
D81. Mrs. E. A. Knotts. . 2-6c
Ho suro and lot Dra. Lowo &
Turner, tho well known oyo
specialists of Portland, show
you the Kryptok doublo vision glass
which baa no unsightly tines or
seams to catch dirt, strain the eye
or come apart. One light solid piece
of glass which looks like a single
pair yet nnswers tho purpose of two,
enabling you to read or do close work
and teo distant objects perfectly. He
sure and seo them. Free demonstra
tion, satisfaction guaranteed. Dra.
Lowe & Turner have been located in
Portland for twenty years. They do
not go from bouse to house. yTney
have no agents. At Pilot Butte Ho
tel. Monday, March 29, one day only.
HOME QF NEW VORK
J. A. Eastes
Our Shoes for
reflect the best in the Spring Styles.
Ladies will be especially pleased
with our style, exclusiveness and
high quality of materials at very at
tractive prices. Sturdy Shoes for
the little ones the kind that look
good and wear well.
OUR SHOES FOR MEN
this spring are bound to give entire sulisfnetion.
Many styles to choose from. Most careful atten
tion given to insure comfortable fittings. Buy a
pair of shoes from us for Easter and we fully be
lieve you win Deeome a
regular and satisfied customer.
R. M. Smith
The Store that has