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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1915)
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WHEN YOU BUY
YOU WANT THE BEST.
At our store you will bo able to get
the best there is if it k in Bend. Buy
your Groceries at the Corner Store.
The Cash Grocer
nre the things Unit 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 nre always in
season and our store can supply all
your needs in this line at right prices
S. C. CALDWELL w"k,,,:;SI
Till: STOIU3 OK QUALITY
Frco Delivery Any vv hero In City.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Mrs. II. II. Ford U BtlU seriously
'. Monday was the longest uay 01 mo
Fred Wnvo 1 f Prlnovlllo camo ovor
Mrs. J. II. Connarn sptfnt Sunday
Dr. U. C. Coo went to Portland on
business last night.
V'orn to Mr. and Mrs. Clark Paul,
I hlno pound lioy.
J. II. Roo of Itodmond spent Sun
day at tlio WVIglit.
A. L. French wont to Portland on
Saturday on business.
A number of Rond pooplo spent
Sunday on tlio Mot ol His.
E. L. Clark of I.a Pine bes been
"ktown tho past two days.
'A. M Prlnglo went to Redmond to
attend the wool oale today.
C. V. Taylor of Redmond was rcg
utered at the Wright yesterday.
Neal BIy of La , Pino linB beon
pending tho past fo days In Rend.
(' C" JI'iniFimcij of Prinevllle
wis rcBWerud t tr-t Rend over Gun-
Tk. T.rfl.a Illirarv ("Hull nlll BlVO
a cafeteria supper on Saturday. July
R. n. Keller of Mllllcan, spent three
Jays of last week In town getting
Abo Hvans has Just finished tho
construction of n new residence In
I). W. Knox of Redmond waa In
town attending to business Interests
Miss Cora Rates has been confined
to her, bed tho pnst two weeks with
a badly sprained ankle.
Mr. and Mrs. C. I.. Forguson camo
In from tholr ranch at Sink to pur
chase supplies on Monday.
A recent issuo of tho Horald and
Prosbter lias n cut of the local Pres
byterian church on the cover.
Millard Trlplett, formorly of Rond
but now of Snlom, has been In town
tho past few da)s on business.
It. V Rnndnll c.'.nio ovor from his
Prinevlllo iiu.fli (ui Saturday and
cpont tho wet'K mil at tho Rend.
Mrs. Noll A. Southwlck and her her
two children arrived from Salem this
morning to Jim Mr. Soathwio
Raton Spencer and family hnvo
spent the pnst few duys on a vacation
trip up rivor returning jesieruay.
The Misses IMItb. Maudo and An-
abel Forrest nre expected shortly to
visit their brother Ashloy Forrest,
Tho Misses Luclle and Dorouy A1)-
bott left Saturday night for Portland,
where thoy will spend the summer.
Chns. W. Ereklno. who has been
visiting In Iowa. Is on his way back
to Rend and oxpoctu to arrive here in
Mrs. V. A. Forbes, and Mrs. II. II.
De Armond aro spondlng the vveok at
the Market ranch lu tho Mllllcan nl.
I JIfs. 0. W Shrlnor rcturne'd Frl-
'tlry night from Portland, where she
' has been attending the grand lodge
n. e. s.
Mrs. Walter Coombs, who has been
visiting with relntlvos. In Portland for
the pint two weeks, returned this
Marlon Kotzman, who In in Rutto,
Montana, writes to Mrs, Kotzman
that there Is eight Inches of snow in
that city how.
Hoy Wooley's brother, O. W. Wool
ey of Rurtalo, Minn., arrived last
night to spend some time at hla
George B. Young returned Monday
morning from Portland whoro he has
been In attendance on the grand
lodge of Masons.
Richard M. Reason pf Seattle has
arrived to spend tho Bummer vacation
with tho Misses Renson at Mountain
Crest Vlow Ranch.
Mr, and Mrs. J. R. Roborts, Mr.
and Mrs. Fuller Redmond of Red
mond spent Sunday visiting with Mr.
and Mrs. Ashloy Forrest,
C. II. Cook nud Ceo. Arnold re
turned from a ton day's trip to south
ern polntn In tho Interest of tho Rend
riour Mill Co. on Sunday.
William Rates and daughters went
to Mitchell, O-epou on Thursday to
nttund the v ecidlnp of Mrs. Rates'
sister. MIm C.-ud:ii. Taylor.
A. M. Prlngle and N. A. South
wlck spent Sunday fishing nt Odell
lnko. Thoy got 19 rainbows and Dol
lys from ls'A to 20V4 Inches long.
Mrs. J. H. Wilson and daughter
Marjorlo, W. H. Wlrtz and Miss Nora
Dobbi of Prlnovlllo spojit the weolc
ond with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elklns,
Miss Nell Mnrkol returned from
Sitnnisldo. Washington, on Thursday,
whore fuo attended tho wedding or
hor slBter, Qertrude, to P. W. Hens
Miss L. Mao Rltchoy. who has boon
visiting with frlondB In Silver Lnko
and Fort Rock for tho past thrco
weoks, loft Friday morning for hor
homo In Pendleton,
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Garrison, Mrs.
B. T. Gerrlsh. Miss Kmma Roberts,
nnd Mra. 13. M. Thompson wont to
Culver on Saturday lu tho Interests
of tho coming Chautauqua.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hastes nnd Mr.
nnd Mrs. J. P. Koyos went to Crano
Prnlrlo an Sunday In tho "Judges
car. Thoy roport oxcellont fishing,
returning with a bnskatful.
P, W. Rrown, former monagor of
tho Commercial Club, who has boen
spondlng thb'past year In Portland
nnd Seattle, returned on Monday to
make Rend hla rcsldenco again.
Forest Supervisor Merrltt went to
tho Metollus on Monday witn troa
F. Uenshaw of tho Geological survey
and Ira A. Williams, cornmlst of the
Oregon Rureau of Mines and neology.
Tho Raptlst Womnn's Uulon will
hold Its regular monthly business
mnotlne at tho rosldenco of Mrs. H.
C. 13111s tomorrow nftcrnoon. After
n short Bcsilon tho time will bo spont
In social Intercourse. Ail rriontifl nro
cordially Invltod, nnd rcquostod to
bring tholr sewing.
LAKE T IS
AFTER SI HILL
PAPERS DISLIKE HIS
Silver Lake anil Fort Rock Weckllci
Object to New Location of Pacific
Highway Which Runs Route Far
To tho Hnst of Thoso Towns.
QIvu us a trial.
A new mpnt market.
Qllbert & Son. Adv
The Wise Fisherman
knows there is a time in June when the
trout desert the riflles of the stream
and take to the still pools. Some
fishermen whip the stream all day, castr
ing in'the riflles, 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 Jo eat.
BEND'S BEST GROCERY.
W. C. MoCUISTON
Seo Edwards for good houso paint
Wo buy, sell or oxchango real s
tato anywhero In Canada or tho
United States. No deal too largo or
too smalt for us to handlo, Loverett
& Flsch, Rend, Orogon. J6-17c
A new porter who will tako care
of all your wants, at tho leading
barber shop In Rend. Tho Metro
Business is Business
IT MAKES NO DIFFERENCE WHAT YOURS IS, MY
BUSINESS IS THE FURX1TURK BUSINESS AND MY
POLICY 13 THE SQUARE W.AL TO EVERYBODY.
LET ME FURNISH YOUR HOUSE.
E. M. THOMPSON
DKXIVS BE6TFURNITUKK DRALER.
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Will take you and
point in Central
Bend, Tumalo and
Sisters every Mon
day and Thursday.
For further Infor
mation phone or
call at Patterson
Whllo Prlnovlllo road enthusiasts
continue to work with and for Sam
uel Hill in his efforts to bring all
Central Oregon travel through his
home town In Washington, bohio of
tho Lnko county folks, who aro now
finding themselves loft to one eldo of
a new road ho 1b roportcd to bo se
lecting, havo begun to kick over tho
Mr. Hill recently traveled through
to L?kovlew In ono day and adver
tised tho rnct widely. Ho was nc
companiod by hla protoco Major II.
iL. Uowlby, formerly state highway
engineer of Oregon, and somo fenturo
of the trip, In splto of tho prnlso ho
gavo It at tho tlmo, must havo been
unplcnBant for In tho past week ho
has been back Into Lnko county re
locating what ho calls tho "Pacific
highway." And this is bringing out
In tho Sliver Lnko Lender last
woek undor tho head lines "Tnx pay
ers Interests muffled. Samuel Hill
would disregard tho Interests of poo
plo who pay the bill" thoro Is report
ed a meeting between Mr. Hill and
County Judgo Smith, of which it
says "the object of this meeting was
tho locating of tho route through this
county of tho Central Oregon Pacific
Hlghwn). Mr. Hill sooms determin
ed to put tho road through tho most
bnrron part of the county, whero It
will -not be of easy access to tho ma
jority of tho tax payors of tho coun
ty. "The foundation for tho Highway,
through llio rich and thickly scttlod
part of tho county tins already beon
established by tho clUzens, nnd a
largo amount of expense put thereon
"It 1b said that the argument for
putting tho road across tho eastern
desert Is to avoid tho Paulina snows,
but cxporlenco of years In this vi
cinity has taught tho rosldants that
the p'oposed cut-off north of Fort
Rock I tho most froo from winter
snows of any other possible routo
that might bo laid out."
Now tho Fort Rock Times Joins tho
chorus with tho following:
"A nlco llttlo plot seems to bo on
foot to placo tl Central Oregon
highway In tho eastern part of this
county, running It ovor rocky ridges,
sand dunes and other poor plccoa of
.roads from Prlnovlllo- to Lakovlow,
skipping Fort Rock nn.il nuvor i.axo
xEhave all the
i late and hest
views in and around
Bend also post cards
cf things of interest.
We repair, huy and'
sell second-hand Ko
daks. Bring us your
we do it right. See
us for enlargements
from your Kodak
Win GRAND PRIZE at
PanamaExposition San Francisco
GET YOUR WINNERS
Another Shipment of all Sill?
Pongee jvst received, 33. inches
wide at 75 cents a yard
Slop and Shop at
Mannheimer ' s
by many miles. It Is roportcd that
County Assessor A. J. Foster, County
Judgo K. II. Smith, Sam Hill, good
roads man of Maryhlll, Washington,
a Mr. Smlth'of Prlnovlllo, and a num
ber of others met at Lako during tho
past day or two nnd decided thnt the
Central Oregon highway Bhnll pass
through that section of tho county.
Prlnovlllo in only flvo miles cast of
a lino running duo north from Fort
Rock nnd it looks odd Indeed to seo
theso officials direct traffic fifteen
miles furthor out of Its course nnd
ovor ii torrltory with hardly any stop
ping places when thoy could count nl
inont dtlo TMjiith 'and puss through n
number of towns,"
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G C Horstman
Plans and Specifications
furnlihcd free, nstlmates
mo Hiirrel Per Day
CHEAP IK HOlKillT HOOK.
Wrlto for PartlciilnrN
HI):: North Common lal Kt.
Plan to take your
meals at the
during the week
of the Fourth
Bkakets ttCi i'F"n 1 Pad
Tents jl 5UL,L aad
Wagon 1 fljj ViiT Acces-
Covers ll Ximv sories
HAVE A LOOk
SKUSE HARDWARE CO.
BEND. OREGON j
Will soon arrive. Make your canning preparations
NOW, and huy your fresh fruit from
f . R. McCLINCY
Our Motto: "Accommodation."
MR. CASH CUSTOMER:
Rememher that every Saturday at 8
P. M. sharp, we are giving away a
handsome 2) piece Aluminum Set to
the person holding the number corre
sponding to or nearest the one under
the Gold Seal on( the number card in
our display window. Numbers are ob
tainable with every 25c CASH pur
chase, with which our clerks will give
you a coupon which has tjie number
on it. Truly yours,
E. A. Sather
Agents for Standard Patterns
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