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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 16, 1915)
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WHEN YOU BUY
YOU WANT THE BEST.
At our store you will be able to get
tle best there is if it is in Bend. Buy
your Groceries at the Corner Store.
The Cash Grocer
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are the things that are used all 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
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LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Mrs. A. II. Reed of Tumalo waa In
town on Saturday,
F. W. Dalloy came In from Klam
ath Falls on Thursday.
W. D. Cheney cnxno n from So
nttle Tuesday morning.
Miss Nell Market Is expected hack
from Portland on Friday.
Ted Hoko has boon working at The
Bulletin office, the past week.
J. Coleman camo down from his
ranch at Crescent on Sunday.
D. A. McPrce of Redmond was a
week end visitor at the Ilond.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Evans
on Thursday, an. eight pound girl.
Frank L. Miller has been appointed
assistant manager of the, hall team.
Tom Sylvester of La Pino was reg
istered at the Wright, on Thursday.
Mrs, J, K, Moore and daughter,
Hazel, left for Oregon City on Thurs
Mrs. Walter Coombs went to Port
land last week to visit with home
folks. jf '
Fred Lucaa -ias beeti" appointed
rural mall carrier on the route cast
Mrs. A. II. nicks, who hajjjeen
quite sick recently, Is on the rtfad to
recovery, . t$'t
Mrs. W. Q. Mustard left last week
for Goldendalo, Washington, to visit
i Mrs. Fred rtsch and son Edxin
eanTo'ln from their Ilenlcloton ranch
N. D. Mayers camo In from lila
ranch nt Held on Monday, returning
O. C. Hcnklo has beon In Portland
on business this week, returning yes
Chas. Charlton of Powell Hut to
spent Thursday In town attending to,
H. Latham wont to Portland Wed
nesday iilght, returning on Monday
with A. J, Kroenert.
James Hazard of Alfalfa spent Fri
day and Saturday In town attending
to business Interests.
Forest Ranger II. B. Smith nnd'jils
brother, C. A. Smith, were in town
on business yesterday. y
T. R. McCllncy made a business
trip to Portland on Wednesday) .re
turning Sunday nigut. j ?
Mrs. Uort Shuey, who has .been
visiting at The Dalles for about Mx
weeks, roturnod Monday.
Forest Ranger Ilurton Ouoy, of; (ijq
Dig River fetation, spent two days
here on buslnoss lost week. ' irt
Mrs, II. R. Ford has been confined
to her bod the past two weeks with
a severe attack of tho grip.
Miss Paulino Wiest arrived on aSt
urday from Portland, whero bIio has
been attending tho Roto Festival.
W. B. Smith and Mr. and Mrs, Jos,
Weston of Hums were In town lost
week, stopping at the Alternant.
The Wise Fisherman
knows there is a time in June when the
trout desert the riffles of the stream
$ ' nnd take to the still pools. Some
.jishermen whip the stream all day, cast
Jug in the riffles, and come home with
an empty basket. In our store theres
always a time you can use a little ready
cash for bait and take home a basket
full of good things to eat.
BEND'S BEST GROCERY.
W. C. McCUISTON
J.-' &m f the teadlflg artfeles of household furniture
,Mt$,t are a!wH onftfay at mj atore, wbkh I will
gladly, afcow you; Ditpg Tables, Chairs. ,ad Buffets:
cr6tary TaWaVVd Rockers; Drer 84 Chiffoniers,
'jUtaiV'afrrlw a'MMatt'reaaes; Carpet's, J(W. Ltoeleum,
i-gbii.-OaraBHeaBy Crockeryware. Camping' Outfits,
jTeats? Cla,wtaghw Ctialrs. 9tool, Sewing Machines.
aad taajiy other tblsga too BUeroua to Uon.
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-MKiVsbi'Sk FURNITURK DRALHR.,
W. L. Mueller of Davenport, Iown,
and D. h, McKay of Portland wore
registered at tho Altmnont Suudny.
H. P. Smith has recolvnd tho con
tract for plastering tho Mlko DraK
lch's new building on Pond street,
"I,oman and Mllfortl Todd havo
gono to Tualatin to vlBlt tholr grand
mothqr, Mrs. V. D. Mcltay for tho
Miss Ruth Caldwell, who has been
staying nt her sister Hazel's rnnch
for the past week, returned homo on
A traveling theatrical company cn-
icrcnincu a number or Ilond pcoplo
tt tho Dream Theatro on Wodnosdny
D. D. Qrcenwold's son, Marcus,
enmo in from Seattle Sunday morn
ing to assist his father during tho
Miss Viola Drown, who has been
visiting frlonds In the Alfalfa coun
try for tho past two weeks, returned
homo Sunday night,
Mrs. Harry Wyso Is gradually Im
proving from Iter serious .IllncM of
tho past two months, although she Is
not yet able to got around.
On Friday ovenlng tho W. C. T. U.
will hold a meotlng to bo nddrossod
by the ministers' of the town on sub
jects of Interest to'overyono.
The boxing match hold Sunday af
ternoon botween Rddle Santry of
Rend and "Kid" Murphy of Crescont
resulted In a point victory for Mur
Mr. and Mrs. James Lowo of Port
land arrived hero on Saturday to
make Rend their homo. They are
living In R. A. Puctt' houso in Park
Miss Margaret Wiest returned
from Corvallls Saturday night. Miss
Wiest was a member of tho 1910
class of tho Oregon Agricultural
J. R. J.lnn and Mrs, P, V. Cotter
and son of Salem, who have been
camping with a party an the Mctolltis.
camo over to uend Friday, register
ing at the Altamont,
Q. W. Arnold has resigned his po
sition with tho Dend Flour Mill Co,,
and will Icavo for Portland in tho
near future. Q. II. rook of Portlnnd
succeeds Mr. Arnold.
A. J. Kroonert of the Dend Flour
Mill Co., came in from Portland on
Monday morning, driving from Tho
Dalles In his auto. Mr. Kroonert has
rented the Griffin house In Center
Newspaper dispatches from Klam
ath Falls announce that the roads to
Crater Lake will ho open to auto
travel about July first, which is
somewhat earlier than usual, duo to
the light snows.
Posters have been distributed by
the Dream Theatre announcing the
commencement of the latest moving
picture marvel, "Tho DIack Hox,, on
Saturday night. It Is a serial and
will run for 15 weekc,
VbT b? jracnT up fronijrunialo on
Judge Thorp Is up from Tumalo
on business today.
0. W. Horner nnd son Robort'wore
In town yesterday. V
Mr. and Mrs. F. L, Shaw nro over
from Sisters toddy, .
A D Norton, of Mllllcan, waa In
on business Monday.
Mr and Mrs. J. A. Hastes spent
Sunday nt Ilenham Falls.
R. D. Webb was confined to Ills
bod today on account of Illness.
K. 0. Judd and Tom Tripled havo
returned from n prospecting trip ,
Dr. R. D. Ketchum, of Hums, was
In town Thursday night of business.
Mr and Mrs. J. D. Davidson spent
Sunday on their. Powell Hutto farm.
Mr nnd Mrn. h. a. Mcltcynolds
moved Into tho J. 1). Shottsu houiio to
day, Robert Ford Is expected to rotura
from Portland tho latter part of tho
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wallace of
Tumalo were, shopping In town cm
Monday. , ,
J. ll. Currnn of Stmiffor ban been
In Dend tho past few tlnys buying
M.-n. A. II. Horn nnd chllilron ex
pect to lcavo on Friday for mi ex
tended camping trip.
J. W. Hamilton, better known na
"Old Ham", has taken a poslt'on aa
porter nt the Metropolitan.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Staats returned
on Sunday from Portland, whero they
have bean the past ten days.
' Mrs. Mary F. Mulkcy la planning
to lcavo tho latter part of tho neck
to vlmt lslatlvos In Washington.
Miss -May Fleming, of Monroe,
Washington, arrived last night to
visit her sister, Mrs. Clark Rhodes.
I.ouls Doonnr returned jesterday
from Lakevlew with C. S. Hudjon'a
car which broko down on his recent
Tho Daptlst Rlblo school observed
Children's Dny Sunday by appropri
ate eiorclflca at tho church In tho
Mr. nnd Mrs.' W. 1). McAdnw, of
Mllllcan, are In town today to arrange-
for making final liroof on their
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Allen nro lonv
Ing today for Hast Lake whero Mr.
Al(en will net ns forest guard during
Mrs. Laura Hcadlngton, who re
cently arrived to take n position nt
Mnnnhclmer'B, has been stopping nt
Shcop men havo robullt tho b rid go
over tho Deschutes nt Dutch John's
for the purpose of taking sheep
acroFH tho river, i
krs. 0. W. Shrlner wont to Port
land Sunday morning to visit with
frtiiiils prior to going to the Panama
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A. W, J.owo. who has been visiting
Ills' sister, 'Mrs. Jennie Overall, of
Stauffcr, for tho past month, roturncd
to Ilond on Friday.
Qeorgo S. Young left last night for
Portland whero ho will represent tho
local lodge of Masons, at tho meeting
of th.o grand lodge.
E. 0. McQIff, the son of Mrs. Net
tlo Cole, who was found dead In hor
cabin two weeks ago, baa arrived
from Portsmouth, H. JI.
A "NEW RAILROAD SPUR!
-a It should spur you on to buy
ing yoiir New SUMMER TO.GS.
Kayser Silk Gloves at 50c & $fc00
Kayser Lisle Gloves at 25c
Kayser Chamoisette Gloves at 50c
Phoenix Silk Hose, 75c & $1.00
Dependon Fibre Silk Hse 50
Dependon Lisle Hose at 25c
Warner's Corsets, $1.00 to $5.00
Gossard Lace Front Corsets
I $2 to $10
Stop and Shop at
Mrs. I. I,. Ketchum left on Sun
day for hor homo In Prlnovlllo after
making n two weck'u visit with her
daughter, Mra. Henry Whltsott.
Ex-County Surveyor Rico nnd fam
ily autood to Ilond on Sunday to visit
friends. Mr. Rico now IIvom In tho
neighborhood or Redmond whero ho
Is running a farm.
Mrs. C C. Speaker, of Opal City,
who has been at tho Stnnloy Ranch
for tho past throo months was In
Dend Thursday, leaving for her homo
on tho night trnln,
Lota close in $Cu to Wit,. Knuy
Payments. J, A, Hastes. Adv.
Mrs. C. F, MelCco returned last
Thursday from Chicago, where she,
was colled by tbo amnion death ot
her grandmother. Sho has boon
gono over two months.
P. C. Clarrlson, C. M. McKay and
Duncan McKay and R. W, Snwyor
spent two daya nt Kant nnd Paulina,
lakca last wuok, bringing lack four
of tho largost trout sctn hero fop
For sign painting see Howards..
Lots close In JOO to J12E, Easy
Payments. J, A. Eastea, Adv,
See Edwards for paper hanging.
lmve fnnn.i; knowing material
nnd construction from A to Z,
they clioo&o the U. S.
H.nry Ford Mlf
has 3 FARMS and
3 U. S. Separators
Other Captains of tho Auto
Industry who havo U. S. 3cp
II. M. LELAND, Cadillac
I I.B.JOY, Packard
, W. E, rLANDERS, Maxwall
C. C. HUPP, Hupp
G. C Horstman
Plana and Specifications
furnUhed free, estimates
Lota clone' In $G0 to $125 Easy
Payments. J, A. Hastes Adr.
Plan to tnke your
meals at the
during the week
of the Fourth.
SPECIAL This Week Only
Royal Club Honey
In One-Pound Jurs nt only 25c.
T. R. McCLINCY
Our Motto: "Accommodation."
FOR SALE BY
Skuse Hardware Co.
FIRR, LIFB, ACCIDK.NT,
I'LATK OLAHH, AUTOMO.
I1ILK, 8UKKTY BONDS.
UadiRg INSURANCE Agency
City and Farm Property
AUBREY) (Lots $60 to $125
HEIGHTS ( TERA1S: $5 Cash and
OROKLA) 5' Wonth'y
IHRMATMO LANDS A SPECIALTY
I A PATPC 0eaOtoMt
MR. CASH CUSTOMER:-.
Remember that every Saturday at J)
P. M. sharp, we are giving away a
handsome H piece Aluminum Set to
the person holding the number corre
sponding 'to pr nearest the one under
the' Gold Seal on the number card in
our display wjndow. Numbers Bre ob
tainable with every '25a CASH pur
" chase, with which our clerks will give
you a coupon which has the number
on it. Truly yours,
E. A. Sath&r
Agents for Standard Patterns '
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