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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1915)
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WHEN YOU BUY
YOU WANT THE BEST.
At our store you will be able to get
the best there is if it is in Bend. Buy
your Groceries at the Corner Store.
The Cash Grocer
OHKGOX TIIUNK TllAIX
Arrives 8 a. m.
Loaves 8:30 p.m.
O.-W. . & N. THAIX.
Arrives 7:45 p. m.
Leaves 7:25 a. m.
STAOU LINK SOUTH.
Arrives 7:30 p, tn.
- Leaves 10 a. m.
Cars dnlly to Hums and points
south and southeast.
General dollvory open dally
-- 9:15 a. in. to G p. m.
No mall distributed on Sunday
Night train mall closes 7 p. m.
- Day train mall closes 0:30 a. in.
- TKLKUHAl'H 110UI19.
Western Union dally 7-12,1-6,
7-10. Sunday 8-10, 4-C.
Pioneer Co., twenty-four hour
sorvlco, Including Sunday.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Tho Bend band will go to S!srcr3
on Saturday. . .
J, H. Wolmcr of Burns was In town
P. M. Smith of Tumalo was In town
on business yesterday.
W.,It..0.nroy of Hirers spent a few
days of last week here.
Esther Ilrcdley of Portland Is
working at tho llcnd Hotel.
A. Anderson of Redmond spent
tho weok end at tho Wright.
h, ,13. A. Cast of Deschutes wns regis
tered at tho Iienil on Thursday.
i , F. II. Wlntors of La Pino was reg
istered at tho Wright over Sunday.
. JJorn, Monday morning, to Mr. and
Mrs. II. A. Waldron of Kenwood, a
County Commissioner Overturf
went to Prlnovlllo on business this
A. J. Krocnert returned Tuesday
from a threo days UusIiiubs trip to
nTh. Payno of Everett, Washlng
tonjrWaB In town yesterday looking
at roal estate
D. A. Jones of Crescent passed
through hejo on Wednesday on IiIb
return to lili ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Leof II.?. Baker, of
Portland, are visiting MnwrJIaker's
brother, C. M. linker. M
E. L. King and P. II. Coffey of
Brothers, spent Friday and Saturday
In town getting supplies.
Miss Ethel Holmes entertnlncd n
numbor of girls at the rc3IJ01.ro tit
Mrs. II. Forrell lust night.
Tho old city Jail on Nevada street
has been torn down. Luveretl and
FIsch aro tho purchasers.
Glenn Cox of Kedmond spent the
week end hore. During his stuy ho
was registered at the Ilend,
Bids for the construction of the
ilsh hatchery are to bo rcccIod up to
live o'clock- tomorrow nftcrnoon.
Geo. S. Roberts, of Mllllcnn, who
l.oe been Blending several days In
town, returned homo on Thursday
There will bo n social dance glvon
In Snther's Hall on Friday. April 30,
at 0 o'clock. Music by Mrs. Mac
Laurln. Guy Davis, of Anncortes, Washing
ton, arrived on Friday to visit his
friend, It. P. Mintor. Mr. Davis left
The eighth crndo nuiills hnvn been
taking high school entrance exam
inations In tho high school building
tho past two days.
Tho llond orchestra will J'"y u
concert nt tho Dream Theatio !rMay
night at 8 o'clock. An admUiioi foe
of 25 cents will bo chnrged.
Mrs. It. N. Palmorton, nnd Mr.
and Mrs. W. II. Prcssloy expect to
go out to Mrs. Palmerton's homo
stead at Imperial on Thursday.
"Farmer" Smith, Mr. nnd Mrs. A.
C. Egan and Mr. nnd Mrs. A. E.
Edwards went down to Tumalo last
night to attend n farmors' meeting
called to hear Mr. Smith
Georgo and Leo Hobbs camo ovor
from Powell lluttc on Sunday. Lee
will later go to his homestond at
Crescent. Georgo reports that ho has
240 acres In wheat tills year.
Charles Stnnsborough roturnod
from Portland Monday night, whore
ho wns called on Thursday to attend
tho funornl of Ills father, whoso sud
den death occurred on Wednesday
Mrs. Gladys M. Ilolton canm In
from her homontcad In the Prlngle
1'lnt country last woek and has gono
to Portland whero sho.wlll spend tho
summer. Mr. Ilolton Is working at
tho Club Cafo. -v sy ..-
Thoro will bo n mcotlng of the
TInptlst Womnnu Union tomorrow af
tornoon nt 2:30 at tho resldonco of
Mrs. T. II. Foloy. Miss Coopor, one
of tho general missionary workers,
will address tho meeting. A short
business mooting will bo hold nt the
cloeo of tho kcshIoii, nnd a largo at
tendanco Is desired.
Mrs. n. M. Gulbrnndson has been
Mrs, S. McIntoBh went to Itodmond
Itobort Horner of Tumalo cauiOjUp
on Thursday. ii?
Itcscoo Howard of Deschutes spent
Joo McKay returned from Portland
Saturday morning. I ""
A. C. Egan returned on Friday
from a trip to Hums.
S. A. Dutt camo In from his ranch
yesterday for supplies.
M. L. Morrltt wont down to lied
mond Friday aftornoon.
Tho Sunshine Girls woro ontertaln
Mrs. J. A. Thompson was up from ed by MJss Ethel Swlgor nt tho rcsl
Tumnlo Monday to seo her children denco of Mrs. J. A. Hrlnkley on Sat
who are attending school here. unlay.
W. C. Griffith of Creswcll, Oregon,
arrived hero Friday night.
Leo Young has Just had his house
overhauled and repainted.
F. V. Swisher of Tumalo enmo up
for n ehort stay on Saturday.
Wllllnm Todd pf Mllllcnn has been
In town for thp past two days.
Mr. nud Mrs. T. E. J. Duffy of
Prlnovlllo spent tho week end hero
E, T. Hoech relumed fiom a short
business trip to Prlnovlllo on Sunday.
Miss Gcnovlovo MacLaurln Is re
covering from a bnd attack of tonsil
Itis. O. M. Patterson returned from a
business trip to Portland on Thurs
day. Harney O'Donnell arid W. C. Mc-Culston-havo
purchased now touring
W. D. Homes, of 'Tumalo, was at
tending to business matters horo on
Miss Gertrude Mnrkel roturnod to
her homestead at Mllltcan tho last of
P. C. Garrison left Thursday night
for a business trip to Donners Fer
II. II. Do Armoml went to Silver
Lnka on Monday morning, returning
Miss Coslma Mueller of Denver,
Colorado, Is visiting her sister, Miss
P. 11. Johnson camo In from Mllll
cnn on Friday to attend to somo
County Treasurer Ralph Jordan,
with Mrs. Jordnn, was ovor from
Prlnovlllo on Monday.
William Eagle of Metollus return
ed to his homo on Thursday aftor a
ten day visit In Ilend.
George Arnold roturnod Thursday
evening from n trip to Lakovlow and
other southern points.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. V. Unrto havo sold
their ranch east of town nnd moved
to tho Willamette valley.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon A. Forbes
colebrated tho first anniversary of
their wedding on Friday.
Mrs. Florcnco Dunhnm, who 1ms
been very III for tho past two weoks,
Is still unable to seo anyone
E. L. Clark, of Ln Pino, camo down
on Sunday to tho ball gamo. Ho ro
turnod homo Monday morning.
D. F. Stewart and 13. J. Wilson of
Prlnovlllo, passed through town on
Mondny on their way to Ln Pino.
Mrs. F. W. Palmorton of Soattlo,
arrived last night to spend tho sum
mer with her son, R. N. Pnlmorton.
Tho Ladles Library Club will hold
Its regular monthly meeting nt tho
llbrnry, Tuesday, May 4 th, nt 3 p. in.
Dr. A. J. Howard of Portland, who
has been visiting Dr. Coo for tho past
two -weoks, returned to his home on
Miss Rosa Snmflnk, of Wllwauklo,
Wisconsin, hns been visiting her sis-
'or. Mrs. Charles Haines, for tho
O. C. Bowman, who hns been
employed on tho Arnold ditch, hns
left for Missouri, whc.ro ho oxpects
to buy a farm.
Miss Mario Thomas, who has been
working at tho Bond hotel for tho
nast year, loft for hor homo In Mad
ras on Mondny.
Mrs. Frod Ellcnlm!? af Corvnllls
camo In Monday morning to spend
somo tlmo'wlth her mother, Mrs. Cort
Allen of Big Itlvor.
13. M. Peck, J. Wllquot nnd W.
Soarcoy of Hampton nrrlvod In town
yostorday afternoon on n business
rip. Mr. Peck expeots to loavo for
Portland on business tonight.
Miss Mario Hutterllold, who ro
cently came ln from her homestead
to spend tho summer, hns tnkon tho
Georgo house, next to W. C. McCttls
ton's. School Superintendent J. 13. My
ers and Victor Shawo camo over from
PrlnoWllo Thursday morning to pro
pent tlio standard banner to tho Held
F, F. Henshnw. of tho rinttni
Mates Geological Survey, loft Friday
night after spending scvoral dnvs
hero nnd ut Tumalo studying water
II. R. Frey of Portland, M. E. Can
field of Albany and II. J. Brown, a
brother of former Deputy Assessor
7., M. Brown, have been registered nt
tho Altamout recently.
Forest Ranger Earl Austin hns
gono over to the Metollus to hoi)
Ranger Vincent put n wagon brldito
ovor Jacks Creek and ono over Can
yon Creek north of Holslngs.
Gordon nnd lawn mowers.
Hurdwaro Co. Adv.
OPERATOR MIXES NAMES.
Through a mlstnko In nnmos caus
ed by n telephono oporntor on tho
lino from Tho Dnlles to Bend n mos
sago for Charles StonBborough Bay
ing that bis father wns dying nnd
nsktng htm to como nt ouce was de
livered to Frank Thornbruo. Willi
his brother Ernest, Mr. Thornbruo
loft nt onco for Spoknne whoro ho
found his father nllvo nnd In good
health. Mr. Stansborough, because
of tho mlatnke, wns delnycd ln reach
ing his father s bedside.
Time to .take 'em off and
TIME TO BUY YOUR
Lawn sprays. GrnBS shears and
IooIb. Skuso Hnrdwaro Co. Adv.
WILL ATTEND ASSEMBLY
Ross Farnhnm will leave for Roch
ester, N. Y on May in, to nttond tho
general assembly of tho Presbyterian
church of the United States to bo
hold In that city on May 20. Mr.
Farnham was elected ns Elder com
missioner to represent tho Pendleton
Presbytery nt tho nsHombly nt Its ro
ccnt meeting nt Milton, Oregon.
Wo buy, sell nnd oxchunco irrigat
ed lands. Levcrctt & FIbcIi, Bend,
For sign painting boo Edwards.
Use True Hluo Flour! It Is the
best mado and a Bend product.
Adv. 37 tl
TO GIVE CONCERT.
Tho following In tho program of
tho concert to bo given by tho Bond
orchestrn nt tho Dream thentro Frl
Amerlcn Victorious Miller
Mrs. Ward nnd Mr. Spro.it.
Wnltx Song from "Tom Jones"..
Rending Kentucky Philosophy. .
Cornet Solo Sclnttlltn Perkins
Horo of tho iBthmus Lnmpo
Traum dor Sennorln Llhltzky
Mra. Wnrd nud Mr. Sproat.
I Lqvo You Truly llond
Mrs. Forrest with Orchestrn Accom,
Rending An Old Sweothenrt of
Ermlnlo Toba.nl Op 87
This is the Month
The earth betfini to bud and llonorn. Buiinen ((loom is being
diipsrsed by buiineii unlight. Numeroua sun-poU dot the
land in Central Oregon where Bend made product are in
growing demand. Three ure winner you can alwayi find
-v ( freih at our itore
"O ' BEND MADE FLOUR
,. BEND MADE BUTTER
BEND MADE CIGARS
W. C. McCUISTON
. n-" .
C. V. SILVIS
REAL ESTATE, INVESTMENTS
BARGAINS IN IRRIGATED RANCHES
AND CITY PROPERTY
Llit Yrnir Farmslfor Sale, or Exchange With Me.
Properly Handled for Non-Reldents.
Timber Lands Bought and Sold.
at PETE LEHRMAN'S
No.. 1, 2. 3. 4, 5 $2.00
No.. 6 and 7 $2.50
REPAIR WORK, pet hour . . . 50C
TIRE SETTING. I t $4.00
I tit , $1.00
Aik for otlici piKti.
1LEANUNESS, in itself,
mil put an eJge on a
dull appetite. Spotless
linen, clean china and silver, lend
an atmosphere thai will not only
inrite, but impel continued pal
ronae. Tie Cozy Restaurant
Ladies Union Suits in nil styles Low Neck No
Sleeve, Low Neck Wing Sleeve, Cufl' or Luce
Knee priced at 35c, 50c, 60c, 75c, 35c
New Bloomer and Envelope Style Ladies Union
Ladies Vests in Low Neck No Sleeve, Wing
Sleeve nnd Long Sleeve priced from 1 0 to 50c
Children's Union Suits nnd Vests nnd Pants.
The original and best union suits mnde Long
Sleeve nnd Ankle Length, Short Sleeve nnd
Oxford Length priced nt
$1.00, $1.50, $L7S
You'll be overplensed with your underwear if
you buy it nt
to oi'i:x I'liAvoitorxns.
Tho Knhtslilo plnyKrouml, on
KlRhth strcat In Wloatorln, Ih to lit
opened for iibo of tho m-hool children
with pnlillc exercises on Saturday nf
tcrnoon. Tliero will ho n May polo
and special kiiuicb, nnd Ico cream will
ho Borvcd for a Binnll clmrRO. Tho
commlttco which linn linit dinrRu of
tho urrniiRoinoiitB of tho piily ground
Ib Mrs. (loorRo 8. YotniB, MrB. II.
llonch nnd Mrs. V. h. Coh'j.
Wo can soil or rent your Ilend
property. Address I.ovorott & KIbcIi,
llond, Oregon. Adv.
No donl too hxrBo or too mnull fop
iib to hnndlo. Wo nro oxpertH In tho
oxcliniiKo IhirIiicbs. l.cvcrott is
TIiq Htidoralcnail will rccolvo htdn
for tho coiiBtructlon of tho Htnto fish
hutchury plnnt up to & p. in., Thura
day, April 2D, 101.1. The right Is ro
Burvud to rojoct uny nnd nil hldo.
1'latiB mid BpoclllcntloiiH tuny ho booh
on application to mo.
CliYDH M. McKAY,
Adv. 8o Deputy (Inino Wnrdon.
Screen doom nnd wlro cloth, Skuso
Hnrdwaro Co. Adv.
(lot Ronio hulled hnrloy nt thu Now
Ilend Flour .Mlllfor your chlckeiiH.
Tho nttentlou of nil owners of
poultry Ih rnllud to City Ordinance
No. Ill, provldliiK that fowl nlinll not
io nllowod to run at Inrgo tn tho
city. All micli ounerH urn warned to
keep thulr poultry vuidod.
8. K. UOIIKIIT3,
Sc. Chief of l'ollco,
Tor bIbu pitlntliiK aeo lCdwnrda..
Screen ilnnm nml wire cloth. Skumt
llnrilwitro Co. Adv.
Our ".lltnej" Oiri This nml aoc.
Don't in Us this. Cut out thla Blip.
oncloBo with live centu to Foley A;
Co., CIiIciiko, III,, writing your nntiiu
nnd uddrcHB clonrly. You will receive
In return u (rial package containing
Koluy'a llonoy and Tar Compoiiiul.
for coughH, colds and croup, Koloy
Kidney I'IIIh nud Foley Cathartic
TiihletB. I'littorwin Drug Co. Adv.
Use crncked corn for chicken feed
tho new llcnd Flour Mill Iiiih It.
Guaranteed Used Atuomobiles I
Oa Easy Payraeats
Stni iu Lilt tl PHcci u4 SjweiiicillMi
THE NEW BEND
FLOUR MILL CO.
Ih Now Muklni; Ilnlltsl
Hurley for Chicken I'eed.
AccordliiK to IteiMirtw
From Ciintaiiieni it Xot
Only MnkeH the Menu Ijiy
Iletter, Hut Hiwvh the
Clilckcn Itulher Money.
A Carlond from Utah Iti
relel Today. Thl Hel
Ih Clean unci Hound. Kcnd
OrderM ut Ont'o In
THE NEW BEND
FLOUR MILL CO.
OITKJIA.NK TO III! IIKHIl.
DrH. '.Mnrtln, tho well known op
tlclnutr, who como to llcnd tliroo
tlmcH a year,' will he nt tho l'llot
llutto Hotel for n limited time on tho
4th of May. If you need bIubhob let
them lit you, Hatlufttctlon guaran
teed. Adv. So
Seo IM war d.i for pnpor hiinglug. .
HIO.NH I'Olt HAI.i:.
"For Itent," "For Knle," "Uooimm
to Let", 'lloiiM'Koepliuj IIooiiih," "Xo
Adiiilttniice," "Xo hnmklliK," etr
etc., I'lacanU piloted In laro t)pe
(in licmy IiiInIiiI liourd, l.t rcutx eaili.
leNN In iiuaulltleN. Ilulletlii Olllco. I'M
THE NEW WAY
Send for llhickwell. lie will conin
with n White CrosH Vncuiim Cloaner
and when ho Ioiivob, tho ilunt leaven
with It I in . ChnrgeB reiiHonnhle. For
appointments telephone I'altersou'H
or the Owl.
Clean up mid paint up.
VlIIEN you buy consols
you always want to be
sure that the kind you get is
the MEST. The Hon Ton nnd
Hoynl Worcester Corsets are
known the world over, nnd
their reputation is assured on
account of the quantity used
nnd the general .satisfaction
they give. We have just re
ceived ashipmentofthc.se fine
cornets and will be glad to
show them to you at any
time. Priced from
$ 1 .00 to $5.00
Agents for Standard Patterns
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