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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 5, 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 Cnsh Grocer
are the things that nre used nil the
year round that is, good groceries.
Try ours and you will be getting
the first quality kind. Vegetables,
fruits and delicacies are always in
season and our store can supply all
your needs in this line at right prices
S. C. CALDWELL
Tin: stoki: ok quality
Pico llcllicry Anywhere In City.
I County' Commissioner J. P. Ulan
chnrd was in town on business on
'Thursday and Friday.
The W. C. T. U. will meet cu Fri
day i.ftornoon at the homo ol Mrs.
Hurtranft at 2:30 o'clock.
Tho Baptist Women's Union will
hold n food nnd enndy sale at O'
Donnell's market on Saturday.
H. W. Drown of Klngler, Colorado,
who has proporty intorestf) in this
vicinity, is here for a short stay.
Mrs. E. J. Herring, formerly of
Hend, is now In San Francisco, where
she expects to spend tho summer.
Manager Fred N. Wallace of tho
Tumalo project was up on business
Monday. Mrs. Wallace accompanied
County Commissioner Ovorturf
went to Prlnevllle on Monday to nt
tend the May term of tho county
A. G. Allen of Milllcan has beon
In town for the past few days. Ha
expects to return tho latter part of
Brick litis been delivered In tho
roar of the Main blacksmith shop to.'
an oven in which auto springs v i tl
Mrs. W. h. Wing, formorly Miss
Lois Force, returned to town a fow
days ago. Mr. Wing will Join her
Forest ranger II. E. Smith, who
has beon working at Pino Mountain
for tho past three weeks, is expected
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OUEGOX TIIUNK THAIN
Arrives 8 a. m.
- Leaves 8:30 p.m.
O.-W. It. & K. TItAIN.
Arrives 7MB p. in.
Leaves 7:25 a. m.
STAGE LINE SOUTH.
Arrives 7:30 p. m. -
Leaves 10 n m.
Cars dally to Durns and points
V UUUIU U11U DUUIHCMOU
nennrnl dnllverv onen daily -1
9:15 a. m. to C p. m. .
No mnll distributed on Sunday.
Night train mall closes 7 p. tn.
Day train mall closes 6:30 a. m. -
Westorn Union dally 7-12,1-C,
7-10. Sunday 8-10. 4-6,
Pioneer Co., twenty-four hour
aervico, including Sunday.
LOCAL NEWS ITEA1S
Geo. Milllcan of Milllcan camo In
town on Monday. - . -
W. E. Moses 'otjiMadras waa In
town on Saturday. '&K'-
The Drldgo Club meets with Mrs.
Jtlm E. Hjan this week.
J. P. Koyes loft Monday nlht on a
business trip to Spokane.
G. W. Horner of Tumalo came up
for a short time yesterday.
Tom Sharp of Prlnevllle came over
for a fow hours on Sunday.
Mrs, Dnlo Darker of Rodmond has
been In town for tha past fow days.
II. F. Dyer, of Milllcan, camo In
for a load of supplies early this wcok.
William Hnnloy passed through
hero on UIb way to Durns on Monday.
Mrs. E. W. Hlclmrdson of La Pine
was hero with her son Lylo, yesterday.
Leo NIcliols of Prlnovlllo was reg
istered over tho week-end at tho
A large niimhcr-nttnndod -tho so
cial dance given In Sathcr's Hall on
. Tho Commercial Club lunclibon
will bo held at tho Pilot Dutto Hatol
P. D. Johnson camo In from Milll
can on Wednosday, returning Thurs
J. D. Fryrear and family camo
ovor from Slutera on Monday to do
Glen Mustard nnd family liavo
moved Into tholr new liouso in Des
Mrs. II. C. Ellis, who broke two
ill in a fall lust wuok, Is recovering
from her Injurlos, '
Georgo GatoB is taking n two
week's vacation from his duties as
Mayor II. A. Miller went to Tho
! miles on buslnoss Monday night, re
turning last evening.
George S. Hohorts of Milllcan, has
purchased tho Ford repair business
frnm llnnren Ilnnvnr.
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II. II. Davles, who has been spend
ing tho winter at Long Deach, Cal
Tho Dend band will hold its next
rehearsal on Monday night.
n. L. HasB of Narrows was regis- lotitrned on Thursday,
tered at tho Dend on Monday. I An onjoyabio concort was
Mrs. Dobbs of Prlnevllle is visiting by the Dend orchestra Friday
her dau'ghtor, Mrs. Frank Elklns. nt tho Droam theatrrt
This is the Month
The earth hegini to hud and blouom. Builneil tfloom i being
di'ipened hy huines lunlight. Numeroui un-ipot dot the
land in Central Oregon where Bend made product! are In
grown demand. Three lure winner! you can alway find
fresh at our itore
BEND MADE FLOUR
BEND MADE BUTTER
BEND MADE CIGARS
W. C. McCUISTON
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Miller and two
daughters of Walla Walla, Washing
ton aro visiting with Mrs. Miller's
sister, Miss Kelly.
Mrs. C. C. Dull, who lias been vis
iting hor sister, Mrs. C. M. Daker,
left on Mondny on her return to hor
homo in La Gran do.
A basket social Is to bo hold at tho
Grange hall Saturday evening, May
IT. Ladles aro Invited to bring bas
kets which will bo nuctloncd.
E. M. Heyburn, who visited his
son J. II. Heyburn hero last summer,
has recently moved to Spokano and
i v3, nned tho prnctlce of law there.
Tho rcgulnr meeting of tho Ladles
Library Club was hold nt tho library
yesterday afternoon. Tho regular
soclnl meeting wilt be held 1n June.
Mrs. Ada D. Mllltcan's sister, Mrs.
Kilo M. Dusey of Portland, passed
through here on Monday on hor way
Is Milllcan, where sho will visit hor
H. E. Durkc, who has beon acting
as brnkemnn on tho main lino of tho
Oregon Trunk, has beon promoted to
head brakoman or tho Norm linnK
Miss Elennor D. Whltmoro, assist
ant in County Treasurer Jordan's of
fice, has been called to her homo In
Kansas City on account of illness In
J. A. Drlnkloy left on Sundny for
Fort Rock where ho will assist In tho
construction of tolophono lino con
necting tha Fort Hock nnd Pino
V. A., Forbes went to Prlnevllle
thin morning to attend to business
boforo tho county court. Mrs. Forbes
nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. John E. Hyan ac
Mrs. C. D. Harvey, who has boen
visiting her slsto-, Mrs. W. Dntcs,
left with her daughtars InBt week to
visit friends In Prlnovlllo and tho
Powell Ilutto countiy.
V. V. Hnrpham nrrlvod last weolc
to tako up his duties as anslatant for
est supervisor. Mr. Harpham was
formerly In tho national forest olllco
G. M. O Mallv, Hta'o manager of
tho Fraternal Brotherhood, will ad
dress tho members of the order horo
on Mny 7. Mr. O'Mnlly will also glvo
higher degrees to eight of tho mem
Walkor Duswoll, of Portland, nr
neil last wcok to work at tho Dend
Company's mill. Ho Is a boh of F.
W. Duswoll who visited horo recently
in company with D. F. Drooks and II.
L. Glpson. Mr. Duswell Is expected
to nrrlvo soon with his family.
x Mothers Day will bo observed at
the 8 p. m. service by an address,
reading, etc. All nro invited. Moth
er's aro urged to attend. Sunday
Bchool will open nt 10 n. m. Do
prompt. Regular preaching service
will begin nt, 11 n. m. A. S. Dlnck,
HKV. PKItllV TO PHIUCII.
District Superintendent Rev. II. 0.
Perry, D. D., will hold the third ounr
torly conferonco nt tho Methodist
church In Dend on Friday evening,
Mny 7. The quarterly conference
will bo preceded by prcnchlng service
to begin nt 7:30. Dr. Perry travels
regularly over nine counties in Ore
gon and Washington. Ho predicts
that Hend will reach 10,000 popula
tion. Hear him on Friday evening.
Screen doors nnd wire cloth. Skuso
Hnrdwaro Co. Adv.
HP.COHI) UUN MADE.
(Stiver Lake Lcndor.)
A record run of malt from Port
land to Silver Lako wns mado lnt
Friday. The. mnlt left Portland nt
7:25 p. m. on Thursday, arriving In
Dend nt 8.10 Friday morning; w.ib
picked up by tho stago lino's fast
passenger nuto and taken ovorlind
91 miles to Silver Lake, arriving hero
nt 1 p. in., Just 17 hours nnd 35 min
utes from Portland. This Ir. pretty
good. Wish tha stago lino could on-
I) keep up tho pace,
AUTO SERVICE IMPROVED.
Arrangements for Improved nuto
8ervlco to tho south wero complctod
last 'week when L. D. Fox nnd Wnttor
Coombs, who have been operating In-
Ldependont cars, associated them
selves with tho Pioneer Auto Stngo
& Truck Co., formorly tho Wcnnndy
iLlvery Company. Tho company has
purchased n new six-cylinder, seven
pauscngor, Plorce-Arrow car and now
offers dally touring enr servlco bo
tweon Dend and Fort Dock, Bllvor
Lako and way points. Connections
will bo made for Lnkovlow,
In view of tho chnngo In tho own
ership of tho company and tho fact
that J. II, Wcnnndy is no longer con
nected with it In any way the name
of tho company tins been changed to
Pioneer Auto Stngo & Truck Co.
Scrcon doors nnd wlro cloth. Skuso
Hnrdwaro Co. Adv.
MAY DUILI) ON RIVER.
Planning tho erection of a hand
8omo residence west of tho river In
PInolyn Park on tho wntor front, G,
P. Putnam has announced tho prob
able sale of his present rcsldonco In
Park addition. Mr. Putnam tins
placod tho proporty on tho market
and it Is understood several possible
purchasers ar.o negotiating for It. Ac
cording to present plans t. Putnam
would duvolop n 150 foot water front
In PInolyn Park, Just south of the R.
W. Sawyer residence building whnt
tho plans show would tio n unlnua
nnd beautiful homo. With tha orcc
tlon of a handsome residence on tho
ndjolnlng property, which Is owned
by E. M. Lara, who plans to build
this summer, tho flvo largo lots em
lirncod would become ono of tho most
attractive spotB In Dend.
Seo EdwnrdB for poper hanglng.-Adv.
For sign painting bco Edwards. -Adv.
SiPJSr flRl Aff T " wWrSmSlv1
Your Boys and Girls should wear Black Cat
Hose for foot comfort and wear. Our No. 15
Leather Stocking, triple knee, linen y C
heel and toe, priced at wJC
Our No. 11 Children's Stocking, big C -value
at 2 pairs for wJC
Ladies' Black Cat Hose in Lisle, all weights,
priced at 2 for 25c, 25c and 50c
Men's Extra Quality Fibre Silk at 25c
Other Men's Hose from 10c to 50c
We consider the Customer's interest first by
selling QUALITY Merchandise '
at LOW PRICES.
Stop and Shop at
THEV'VH GOT DILL RURIEI).
DES MOINES, April 30. Dy tho
provisions of tho will or William W.
Drown, who wns n wealthy cattlo
owner of Dend, Oregon, tho confer
ence of tho Methodist Episcopal
church in drogon is to receive $500,
000, to bo used in tho establishment
of nn Industrial school for boys and
n homo for aged ministers nt Salem,
Wlllnmutto University Is ulso ono of
For sign painting bco Edwards.-Adv.
COYOTE KILLS KIIEHP.
Though tho rabies epidemic has
hud consldernhlo effect In reducing:
tho number of coyotes In the homo
stead country they nro not all gonu,
however, nor In tho epidemic yet
checked. A. L. Mcintosh brings In
word that Inst wcok u rabid coy o to
ran Into a Hock of sheep In tho Mll
llcnu valley and killed n few of tho
animals beforo tho border could pre
vent tho dnmago. Tho coyoto wnn
Itself killed by tho herder with con
Garden and Inwn upiwers.
Hurdwaro Co. Adv.
Lawn sprays. Grass shears nnd
tools. Skuso Hardwaro Co. Adv.
Tho Redmond Commercial Club
will glvo n big dance In the Now Mod
ern Garage on the evening of May
15th, nnd a cordial Invitation is ex
tended to the public to attend this
big event. Coma and attend tha
County High School trnck meet and
'stay for the big danco in tho oven-
Ing. auv uc
GIVE us a chance
to make that
little luncheon or
dinner a real treat
to your out of town
friend. The Cozy
TEN DAYS TO CLOSE OUT
The Remainder of the Bennett
and Goodman Bankrupt Stock
of Dry Goods, Clothing, p T DT 1DMC
Shoes, Underwear, Etc. V. JL" DUIaINO
at PETE LEHRMAN'S
C. V. SILVIS
REAL ESTATE, INVESTMENTS
BARGAINS IN IRRIGATED RANCHES
AND CITV PROPERTV
List Vour Farms For Ssle or Exchange With Ale.
Property Handled for Non-Residents.
Timber Lands Bought and Sold.
Olllce on Oregon St., llend, Oregon
Not. 126.96.36.199.3 $2.00
No.. 6 id ...... $2.50
RncttutJ ... $1.00
REPAIR WORK, ft hour . . . 50C
TIRE SETTING. U $4.00
tire . $1.00
Aik (or other pike.
THE NEW BEND
FLOUR MILL CO.
Is No iv Making Hulled
Hurley for Clilckoi Peed.
According to Hexrtn
Prom CuHtomnra It Not
Only Mil he the llenn !ny
Hotter, Hut Hawn the
Chicken Itulher .Money.
A Carload from I'tnli lu
rched Today. TIiIk Heeil
In Clean nnd Hound. Hend
Order ut Once to
THE NEW BEND
FLOUR MILL CO.
ONT MISS SEEING Mr. and
Mrs. Vernon Castle on the
screen at the DREAM THEATRE,
THURSDAY, MAY 6. The film
shows all the new steps danced by
the best dancers in America.
Have you seen our
latest cloth top shoes?
They are the most stylish shoe ever
put on the market, and beside one of
the best wearing shoes that the Pet
ers Company have ever put out.
Come in and see them at our store.
Agents for Standard Patterns