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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1915)
THE MEND HULLETIN, BEND, OllE., AVEDNKSDAY, MAY 12, 1015.
airs, vieorgo urosternous gave a
dinner party In honor of Mrs. John
Ferguson at her residence last night.
Mrs. II, H, Do Armond's sister,
Miss Poarl .L. Collins, qf Modford,
arrives tonight, to Bpend tho suninior
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
v. your Groceries at the Corner Store.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R, Gnrey passed
through town last week on their ro
turn to their homestead nt Prlnglo
Hunter & Stants have been having
their property In Deschutes nddltlon
clenretl of sngo brush, and tho trees
Tho Hend high school tennis team
defented tho Ilcdmond high school
tennis team In tho doubles match on
Tho M. E. Ladles Aid Society will
hold a food Bale In O'Donnell's win
dow Saturday, May 15 from 10 a. m.
V f -
The Cosh Grocer
are the things tha nre used nil the
year round- that is, good groceries.
Try ours and you will he 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
THE STORE OK QUALITY
Frco Delivery Anywhere In City.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Mrs. F. T. Parker Is on the sick
Carl Wyso of La Pino was hero on
II. A. Gosnoy drove over from OUt
Olo Hansen of Deschutes was In
A. I). Davis of Held, was In on busi
ness last week. . . - .
Leo" Lafolletto of Prlnevillo Is ov
.tionJjU8liicsaaoUay. .. . . . .
J. B. Minor's family have movod to
their ranch at Tumalo.
A. S. Collins arrived ongrffda'y
for a visit with friends. '
C. A. Warnor Is putting in 1G foot
of new shelving In his storo.
C. H. Faulkner of Rosolmrg, Is vis
iting his brother, W. W. Faulkner.
MrH. Mcintosh spent Saturday In
Tumalo with n stock of mllllnory.
Tho Ilrldgo Club will ho entertain
ed by Mrs. Floyd Dement on Friday.
F. N. Arnolt of Summor Lako was
roglstorod at the Wright over Sun
day. E. L. Clark was down from La
Pino on business tho first of tho
Charles MnBon, who has a homo
stead near Crescent, was hero last
Postmaster W. G. Fordham of La
Pino camo down yesterday on a busi
W. P.. Vandovort has been down
from "Tho Old Homestead" since
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Shaw, of Sis
ters, were hero Saturday aftornoon
M. C. Aubroy of Deschutos camo
up yesterday to attoml to somo busi
ness matters; - - -
Miss Josephlno Young of Lake
view, was roglstorod at tho' Pilot llutto
J. P. Koyes returned Sunday morn
ing from n business trip to Spokane
District Attorney W. II. Wlrtz nnd
Sheriff E. H. Knox of Prlnevillo woro
ovor on Friday.
Tho West Sldo Fair Association
will glvo another danca at Tumnln
next woek Friday.
llnrnvy O'Donnoll wont to Port
land Saturday nlghl on diUIuojU, n
turnlnu this morning.
C. H. Stover, a brother of II. A.
Stover, Is expectrd to urrlvo hero on
a visit cany in juno, .;
WE Can SAVE YOU MONEY
CO.ME AND SEE
THE VAIUETY STORE
A. M. Prlnglo, 1). A. Stover nnd
E. II. Dcnman went to Crano Pralrlo
en a fishing trip Sunday.
L. C. Whlttcd Is oxpectod back
front an oxtonded visit to California
within tho next few days.
Forest Hanger H. E, Smith, who
who has been working at Mt. Pino,
spent tho week end In town.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Egan nnd H.
II. McMlcklo of Ilcdmond spent Sun
day on a fishing trip up rlvor.
Clark Paul wont out yesterday to
mako repairs on tho tolophono lino
between La Pino and Croscent.
" Mrs. C. J. Mock and daughter, Miss
Margarot Mock, wero up from Tum
alo yesterday doing somo shopping.
to 2. p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Norton of Mil
llcan passod through town last weok
on their return from a lshlng trip to
Mr. and Mrs. John Ferguson, who
havo recently sold their ranch, loft
for Portland this morning to mako
their resldonco there.
Grace, Vandovort, Margaret
Thompson and Iluth Caldwell Bpnt
Sunday In Ilcdmond as delegate! to
tho Epworlh Loaguo convention.
A. O. Wnlker will preach In tho
place of Kev. II. C. Hartronft on Sun
day evening on nccount of tho latter
having to preach In Ilcdmond on that
Mrs. Florcnco Dunham, who has
licen under tho caro of Dr. Norrls
during her Illness, has now mifflclent
ly recovered to return to her homo
with tho Godfrey's.
Tho social meeting of tho Presby
terian Guild -will ha held at tho home
of Mis. Forrest, May IPtl), at 3'. 10
p. m. All friends of tho socloty
aro cordially Invited.
I). F. Harper and II. E. Dlackman,
representing tho Prosbytory of Pon
dloton, passed through hero on Sat
urday on their way to La Pino, whoro
they organtxed a church on Sunday.
There will bo an old fnshlonod so
cial given by tho Mothodlst ladles In
Snthors hall Thursday evening, May
20. Program followed by refresh
ments. All cordially Invited to at
Mrs. P. It. Dencor and her slstors,
Mrri. C. S. Hartmnn and Mrs. II. Hnrt-
man, of Ln Monro. North Dakota,
who havo boon visiting her recently,
loft on Tuesday for San Francisco to
visit tho fair.
Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo MUllcan re
turned last week from Tho DnllcH,
whoro they went to nttond tho Colllo
celobratlon. Mr. MUllcan went out
to his ranch -whllo Mrs. MUllcan Is
spondlng n few days hero.
Mrs. Ilert Shuey has gono to Tho
Dalles to visit her brother for somo
time. Mrs. Shuey was elected a del
ogato to tho Iloboknhs Grand Lodgo
mooting nt Newport nnd will prob
ably attend about tho 10th. Sho will
bo absent from Hend soveral months
and- her llttlo daughtor, Lucllo, -will
Join her nt Tho Dalles, when school
Lots closo In
payments. J. A,
-$C0 to 12G. Easy
Special, June 1 -4
DIAMOND W BRAND BAKING POWDER in
1-lb. to 5-lb. lotf. The cheapest and belt bakintf powder on
the market. Also CORN STARCH at 5c per package.
T. R. McClincy, The Accommodating Grocer
This is the Month
The earth begin to bud and blouom. Business (loom is being
dispersed by busineu sunlight. Numerous sun-spots dot the
land in Central Oregon where Bend made products are in
growing demand. Three sure winners you can always find
reliant our store
BEND MADE FLOUR
BEND MADE BUTTER
BEND MADE CIGARS
W. C. McCUISTON
50 LOTS IN
$ 7.1 9IOO Ji $1-3
CUT TQ. IIO
9.1 CASH AND Ijtt MONTHLY, (I PElt CENT
OH 910 CASH
MONTHLY, NO INTEREST
J. A. EASTES, Affent
THE TME-Middle of May
THE PLACE-77ks Store
THE GIRL- Who Wears
always enjoys Comfort and Style.
We sell Warner's Corsels at
$1.00 $1.50 $2.00
$3.00 $3.50 $5.00
Made in Front and Back Lace.
ARE FAMOUS TOO. Sold at
50c and $1.00
We sell the Original
Gossard Lace Front Corsets
Stop and Shop at
Wo buy, Boll and exchango city
property and lrrlgablo lands. Lov
orott and FIbcIi, Uond, Orogon. Adv
Lots closo In $C0 to $125. KnBy
Paymcnta. J. A. Eastes. Adv.
For Blgn painting boo Edwnrds.-Adv.
Lnwn sprays, arass shears and
tools. Skuso Hnrdwnro Co. Adv.
Lots closo In $G0 to $125. Kasy
Payments. J. A. Eastus. Adv,
LotB closo In ?U0 (o $ 1 2 .r, . Kasy
Payments. J. A. Easlcn. Adv.
Quick Lunch nt
Noon. 15c uiul up.
DURING THE 1JOT WEATHERi EJATAULES ARE
VERY APT TO SPOIL IF YOU HAVE NOT A GOOD
jlEFRIGERATOR. NOW IS THE TIME TO PREVENT
THIS, AND THE REST WAY TO DO THIS IS TO HUY A
NEW REFRIGERATOR FROM MY STORE AT $1.00
JDOWN AND 11.00 PER WEEK,
E. M. THOMPSON
THE FURNITURE .MAN.
&8&!M&A3i3&i3 1& ttB&atir&A&M
IRRIGATED LAND AND
Exclusive agent for Kenwood and
Also close in Irrigated Acreage in
One to Five Acre Tracts
FULL SPEED AHEAD
THE GREATEST FIU'ITS OF THE PRESENT OPPOR
TUNITY WILL GO TO THE ONES WHO ARE DUST
PREPARED. IIE1NO THE OLDEST ESTAI1IJSHED
RESTAURANT IN THE CITY. GOING ON OUR SIXTH
ANNIVERSARY. IN OUR PRESENT LOCATION, WE
FEEL THAT WE KNOW THE DEMANDS OF THE POP
ULACE AND ARE PREPARED TO HANDLE THE REST
OF TRADE AT ALL TIMES. WE AIM TO GIVE GOOD
SERVICE, IN FACT. A LITTLE MUTTER THAN OUR
PRICKS JUSTIFY. WE THANK YOU FOR PAHTJAT
RONAGE AND WILL APPRECIATE A CONTINUANCE
OF THE SAME, AFTER DATE WE WILL ADD TO OUR
PRESENT A LA CARTE SERVICE A DAINTY COM III
NATION I1REAKFA8T HILL OF FARE ALSO MERCH
ANTS QUICK LUNCHEON AT NOON.
YOURS FOR HUSINE88,
The Cozy Restaurant
Royal Club Coffee
1 -lb. Tins 35 efts.
3-lb. Tins.... $1.00
5-lb. Tins.... $1.50
FOR SALE BY
Agents for Standard Patterns
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