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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (July 7, 1915)
THi: 1JENI) BULLKTIX, IinXI), OUR., WEDNESDAY, Jl'LV 7, 1015.
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Can ALWAYS be had
at my store.
The Cash Grocer
Q. R. COOPER
Manufacturer of all kinds of
Office nt Cold Storage Works
Next to Ucnd Hardware Co, Warehouse
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Clyde McKay went to Portland on
business Inst night.
Mtes Frnnccs Solomon of Salem Is
visiting Mrs. Henry Whltsett.
Miss Harriott Dolson leaves Friday
for her homo In Dayton, Ohio.
W. L. Clark of Portland hns taken
R. D. Webb's position at Sathor's
Thn nubile library lias rocclved tho
tyth edition of tho Encyclopaedia
Tho Commercial Club luncheon on
Saturday will bo bold at tho Cozy
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Lara arrived
last night and aro staying at tho A.
M. Lara homo.
Mr. and Mrs. If. C. Ellis hnvo en
tortalned Miss Marian Rico and
Frank Rico of Kcdmond during tho
N. A. Southwtck and J. II. Ilaner
liavo gono to Prlnovlllo on business
A. T. Frnmo enmo in from his
Hampton ranch on Friday to attond
J. N. Williamson, tho shcop-mnn
of Prlnovlllo, was ovor on Friday
John A. Hnzukn went to Culver
the first of tho week whero ho has
a carpontorlng Job.
A. E. Edwards spent Sunday at
Dillon falls fishing. Ho brought back
a basketful of rcdsldes.
C. II. Cook, of tho Bond Flour Mill
Co., wont to Prlnovlllo and other
places on business yesterday.
Thero will bo a meeting of tho La
dles library club on Tuesday after
noon at 3 o'clock at tho library.
Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Hosch of Ited
niond woro hero on Monday to tnko
In tho chnutauqua. Dr. Hosch urn
plrcd tho La Pino ball gamo In tho
unv mit iMfiiiTvrca nw mnt nmm'e ivn urcr
I OUIt CASE. AVE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY AND WE
ARE WILLING THAT YOU SHALL HE THE SOLE
JUDGE AS TO OUIt ABILITY TO MAKE THIS SAY-
ING. YOU KNOW WHAT MERCHANDISE IS. YOU KNOW
WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN PAYING. JUST MATCH THESE
PRICES UP WITH OUItS. COMPARE THE PRICES WITH
Bend's Best Grocery '
W. C. McCUISTON
are the things that are used all 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 -
THE STORE OF QUALITY
Free- DelHery Anywhere In City.
I Sheriff E. B. Knox and Deputy
Floyd Rov.'oll attended tho chnutau
'qua from Pilnovlllo on Monday.
County Clerk Warren Brown and
Aea W. Battles camo over from Prlno
vlllo for tho chuutauqua on Monday.
MrB. F. C. Thompson, of Topokn,
KnnsaB, spent Satuulay and Sunday
here visiting her cousin, W. L. Wing.
.Mrs F. T. Pnrker and daos'itor
left lant night for Seaside and Astor
ia, whero thoy will spend n month.
Tho June number of tho Chamber
of Commorco Bulletin of Portland,
contains an Illustrated attlclo on La
C. W. Ersklne returned this morn
Ing from Centervlllo, Iowa, whero bo
lihs been visiting for tho past few
W. L. McIIoney, of Bolllngham,
Wash., has been spending a few days
hero recently attending to business
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Gray, of l'rlno
vllle, have been visiting tho E. A.
Smiths. Mrs. Gray and Mrs. Smith
Miss A. D. Spalding leaves tonight
for Grants Pass where she has been
summoned on account of her mother's
Tho Bend band gave successful
dances In tho vacant storo In tho R.
M. Smith building on Saturday and
Miss Rose B. Schlattman, formerly
of Bend, but now a Prlnovlllo resi
dent, was attending tho chautauqua
over tho week end.
A number of peoplo enjoyed tho
danco glvcjn In Sathcr's Hall under
tho auspices of tho Fraternal Broth
erhood Saturday night.
Circuit Judgo and Mrs. T. E. J.
Duffy bavo been staying with Mrs
Dufly'a slstor, Mrs. E. P. Brostorhous
during tho chautauqua.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lafolletto of
Prlnovlllo spent three days of tho
chnutaunun with Mrs. Lafollctte's
sister, Mrs. Henry Whltsett.
W. K. Aten of Vermont, Illinois,
tho father of George Aten, who was
accidentally shot In his cabin about
10 weeks ago, has arrived on busi
ness connected with his son's homo
stead. Among tho Prlnovlllo visitors (0
tho chnutnuqun woro Mr. and Mrs.
WUlard H. Wlrtz, Mr. and Mrs. E.
J. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. El
klns, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. F. Dobbs, A.
R. Bowman, Miss Nora Dobbs, John
T. Wheolor and Dr. and Mrs. J. II.
Paul M. HlnkhoiiBo, who nrrlvod
last Wednesday to tnko n position
with Tho Bulletin, on Thursday ro
cclved nn offer of a teaching position
In Ekypt which ho accepted, leaving
on Sunday. During his stay horo ho
played In tho Prlnovlllo and Alfalfa
For sign painting bco Edwards.
' flm&t SK
JULY 8th TO 24th
All Summer Merchandise Reduced to make room for Fall Goods.
10c County Club Muslin, 10 yards to
customer only for this salo. . . ."He
iuc oric Ginghams, 10 yards to
customer only lie yd
lfic Tissue Ginghams and organ
8-10c Organdies reduced to He
12c Crepes reducod to 10c
12 c Llnwoave, 10 yards to cus
tomer, reduced to 10c
12 14c 32 Inch Percales for this snlo
Ehnve all the
late and best
views in and around
Bend also post cards
of things of interest.
We repair, buy and
sell second-hand Ko
daks. Bring us your
we do it right. See
us for enlargements
from your Kodak
$1.25 Children's Dandy Lino
Dresses reduced to ll.fr
1 lot of Ladles' Woshablo WalstB
values to $1.50; to close. . . .(il)c
25-3Cc Rompers nt ll)c
Bath towels 22x15, bleached heavy
Ladies', Children's, Mens
Ladles $3.G0 Oxfords f?2.f)5
Ladles $4.00 Oxfords s?:i.:t.1
Men's $3.00 Vontllntor Oxfords..
Children's $2.00 Oxfords . . .S 1.(13
Children's $2.2ft Oxfords . . .i?l.Hfl
Discontinued Numbers in
Corsets, Broken Sizes
$l.r0 Orada Now
$2.00 Grndo Now
$3.00 Grade Now
Men's Canvas Gloves, -1 pair . .Sine
$1.25 Black Sntcon and Cotton
McHsnllno Petticoats reduced to
OTHER REDUCTIONS NOT LISTED HERE.
Stop anil Shop at
BETTER VALUES BETTER MERCHANDISE BETTER SERVICE
LUKE DELIGHTS EXECUTIVE
Flret View of Scenic Mantl In Pleas.
1110 to (I'overiMir.
When ho returned to Snlqm Gov
ernor WIthycombo hnd this to say
concerning Crntor Lnko and Crntor
Lnko Is 0110 of tho big attractions of
tho big attractions of tho Central
Orneon auto tours via Bond.
"Although I have boen In Orogon
nioro than 10 ears, this was my first
view of Crntor Lnko, but If I can
hnvo my wny about It will not bo tho
Inst, Much ns I linvo heard of tho
lako, I ntvor fully realized until now
what n magnlllcont assot it Is. Tru
ly thoro Is nothing In alt tho wobt
that etui comparo with It. When I
wont there my expectations woro high
rnd they were not only mot but oven
surpassed by what I saw.
"Crntor lako desorves everything
that has been said of It and n groat
deal mora that Is tho highest enco
mium I can glvo,"
Tho stcol plnntH of this country
hnvo gained -10 per cont In output
since January 1st.
Don't miss tho Ilrst show nt tho
Bond Theatro Friday night Ijouiuiho
It may bo tho last Adv.
Our estimated Luropcntf t rnd ft
credit balancti hIiico July, l!)l I, In
$noo,ooo,ooi) nn iignlnKt 11 ftftft.ooo,.
uuu iieiill 111 l'Jii.
Tho Ford Company hns i1
000,000 dlvlilund melon.
tit n IS,-
TO FURNISH THE HOME
FINE FURNITURE, PIANOS.
Century Edition 10c Sheet, Music.
RUGS and CAR-PETS
E. M. THOMPSON
The Furniture Mas ,
G C Horstman
Plans and Specifications
furnished free. Estimates
Subset llHrH to Fund Itecehu lit Per
Out Itcbato and Ktntoinont.
Wnrrnnts representing tho sub
Rorlptloim to tho fund for thn pur
chase of tho tracts needed for tho
BhovlIn-IIIxon mill pond woro mallod
to all subscribers last week with
check for 16 per cent of tho subscrip
tion In each case, tho fund having
been oversubscribed that amount.
To each subscriber was sent also,
an Itemized statoment of tho receipts
nnd the disbursement of tho fund.
Tho total amount subscribed was
$7114 and tho If! pur cent was
$1067.10. Tho dlsbursomouts woro
$CQ2(i.9J, leaving a ensh balanca of
$19.90 to bo turned over to tho city.
In tho Itemized list of disbursements
It appeared that $850.40 was paid to
William Bates when tho actual pny
ment was flsriO. 10, n blurred flguro
In the copy sunt to tho printer having
caused the mistake to lie made.
Use Doichutflti Spray Flour. Whit- Pio Self-IUIiliiK DntchiitoH Pan
or and bolter than over. For salo hy r-nkn flour. It Is nlwuys freim nnd a
Tho Now Bond Flour Mill Co. Adv. homo product.-- Adv.
it ih a y pr.
More watches n( .ruined by In
competent v.orknpj' ban by years of
hard weur. Whi n causo of ne
glect n few of thif Jarts do become
worn they enn 1 replaced by now
ones. Bring In I, it old watch nnd
have It rebuilt at' a very small cost
by an expert. Out of town work giv
en prompt attention. Myron If. 8y
monn. watch maker. Bond street.
Bent Oregon, opposite First Nat'on
al If nk. Adv.
HAVE A LOOK
SKUSE HARDWARE CO.
e buy, sell or exchange real es
tate anywhere In Canada or the
United States. No deal tqo largo or
too small for us to handle. Leverett
& Flscb, Bend, Oregon. 1G-I7c
The New Bend Flour Mill Co.. Is
now manufacturing Deschutes Self
liaising Pancake flour. Ask your gro
cer for It. Adv.
During the Past
We have been advertising
our Dry Goods exclusively.
Remember that we also car
ry the best line of Groceries
in Bend at Prices to Suit.
E. A, Sather
The Store With n Reputation