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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (July 14, 1915)
the rend bulletin, dend, ore., Wednesday, july u, 1015.
f BEND BRIEFS
OltEGON TRUNK TRAIN
Arrives 8:30 a. m.
Leaves 7 p. m. -
O.-W. It. & N. TItAIN.
ArrlveB 7:45 p. m.
Leaves 7:25 n. m.
AUTO STAOIJ lilKli SOUTH.
Leaves 8 : 4 5 a. m. --
Arrives 5 p. in.
Cars to Hums, Fort Klamath
Fort Rock, Silver Lako anil
other points south and south -
.. POST OFFICE HOURS.
General dellvory open dally -
9:15 n. m. to C p. m. -
No roall distributed on Sunday.
Night train mail closes 6 p. m.
Day train mnll closes 6:30 a. in. -
- TEIiKUItAl'Il 1IUUIIS.
Western Union dally 7 n. m. to
-- 7 p. m. Sunday and holidays --
Pioneer Co., twenty-four hour
sorvlco, Including Sunday.
Church of tho Brethren.
Services ench Sunday near high
school building. Sunday school 10
a. m. Preaching, 11 a. m. A cor
dial lnvltntlon Is oxtonded to an. Ira
H, Fox, minister.
Bible school 10 a. m. Preaching
servlco 11 o'clock. Sermon by tho
pastor. Union sorvlco In tho Bap
ti3t church 8 p. m. Prayer meeting
Wodnesdny evening beginning at 8
o'clock. A cordial Invitation Is ox
tended to nil atrangcrs to nttond
plays every night
Uend Theatre' Motion pictures,
ovory Tuesday, Friday, Saturday
and Sunday at 8 o'clock.
IUnd Concert Friday night.
Henri Flour Is Popular.
That Ilond mado flour Is coming
Into gcnoral uso nil ovor Contral Oro
) gon, Is tho Btatcmont mado yesterday
' by President Kroonort of tho Ilond
Flour Mill Co. Mr. Kroonort Is right
ly proud or tho high standing reached
by his flour In laboratory tests and
of tho perfectly clean and sanitary
conditions which provall In his mill.
Among tho Improvements which he
now has In contemplation Is tho In
stallation of machlnory for tho mnnu
facturo of ryo nnd wholo wheat cer
eals. A carload of shelled corn has
Just been received at tho mill.
Tho Now Uend Flour Mill Co., Is
now manufacturing Doschutcs Solf
Ilnlslng Pancako flour. Ask your gro
cer for it. Adv.
Now Grocery 0cnH.
Carl Holschcr nnd F. Hopkins have
recently opened a now grocory on
Bond street undor tho nnmo of tho
Sanitary Hnkory and Grocory, tho
Sanitary Uakory bolng connected
Clean up and paint up.
Railroad Send-) Demonstrator.
II. C. Oliver, special ropreaentatlvo
of tho O.-W. n. & N. has been In
town this wook to nsBlst A. C. Egan
who recontly broko his right arm.
Mr. Oliver says that his company hns
handled over 40 cars of horses from
Central Oregon polnta In tho post
month. Ho also reports that about
July 23 Mrs. King will como to Hond
with a demonstration car to glvo a
talk on canning fruits and vegetables.
Tho Commercial club room has been
secured for her demonstration hero.
Uso Deschutes Spray Flour. Whit
er and bettor thnn evor. For salo by
Tho Now Dond Flour Mill Co. Adv.
Ilcnd Tlwitro Opens Sunday.
Under tho management of L. Doon
nr tho Dond Theatro on Wall street,
which has been closed for mora than
a year past, was reoponed to tho
public on Sunday night. Mr. Doon
ar expects to run ovory night as soon
as a few complications aro Bottled.
HOUSE FOR SALE.
Seven room houso with good base
ment and all modern conveniences In
Dond. Address E. W. Richardson. Ln
Pino. Orecon. 12tf
Lovcu Arid Stork.
R, H. Lovon, tho Ilond street shoe
maker, has recently ndded a new
stock of shoes to his business, carry
ing popular makes of dress and work
Lots closo ln 160 to 12B. Easy
Payments. J. A. Eastes. Adv.
Will Huy Empty Sack.
Tho New Bend Flour Mill Co. will
purchase all emptysacks suitable for
grain purposes that aro brought to
their mill. Adv. i-zuc
SIGNS FOR HALE.
"For Rent," "For Sale," "Rooms
to Let", "Housekeeping Rooms." "No
Admittance," "No Smoking." etc.,
etc.. Placards printed In largo fype
on heavy brlstol board, IB cent each,
leas ln quantities.
Metropolitan Is Robbed.
Some unwelcome visitor entered
the Metropolitan Darber shop on Fri
day night, and relieved the cash reg
ister of J 40. Tho theft was commit
ted between midnight and 6 a. ra.
No trace of the thief has yet been
Use True Dluo Flour. Whiter and
better than eTer. For sale ty too
New Brad Flour Mill Co. Adr.
New Drinking Fountain.
J. E. EngebretBon has Just com
pleted tho plumbing on tho now
drinking fountain for horses erected
at tho corner of .Minnesota and Uond
streets, by tho Hond Water .Light
& Power Co.
Right now when liny fever Is at
tacking Its victims and when asthma
Is causing so much distress, thero Is
a demand for Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound tho romedy that brought
relief to thousands In previous years.
Don't continue to suffer. It will help
you. Contains no opiates. Pattorson
Drug Co. Adv.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Issued by Crook Count)- Abstract Co.
La Pino Townslto Co. to Louis Van
Orman Its. 7, 8, 9, blk. 9, 1st ndd
Bend Co. to It. M. Smith Clothing
(Jo. its. 3, 10, blk. 12. Park add.
Earl D. Houston to Allen Wlllcox-
on no nw 15-17-12.
Uend Co. to Shovlln-Hlxon Co
right of wny over Its. 3, 4, Bectlon
Henry LInstor to samo right of
way over se 12 nw 13-18-12;
Bond Co. to Qottfrcd Ilcnson pt.
It. 24, blk. 13, Park add, Bend.
W. H. Stunts to M. J. RobertB It.
10, blk. G, Deschutes.
Lytlo TownBlto Co. to Adolph Gob
hard, It. 1, w 2, blk. 44, Riverside.
They Write Every Day.
Every doy Foloy & Co. rccolvo lot
tors from grateful men and women.
tolling how Foley Kidney Pills cur
ed thorn of backacho, soro miiBcIos,
stiff joints and other kidney and blad
der troubles. Is vory quick to ro
Hove lumbago and rheunintlsm duo to
kidney trouble No othor remedy
has n longor record of cures. Pator-
son Drug Co. Adv.
Uso Deschutes Spray Flour. Whit
er nnd hotter than ovor. For salo by
Tho Now Dond Flour Mill Co. Adv.
A. O. EGAN HREAKS ARM.
A. C. Egan, traveling freight and
pnsscngor agent of tho O.-W. R. &
N. broke his right arm nt Madras on
Saturday. Ha waa injured whllo
passing a cattlo chuto, when a stock
car backed up and caught him bolow
the olbow. Up was taken caro of by
Dr. Snook of Madras, and Iator
brought hero by Jay Saltzman.
Soo Edwards for papor hanging.
Fourth Is Celebrated nt Brooking
With Games and Itnccn.
Ovor COO pooplo attended tho
Hampton, Lost Creek nnd Rolynt
Fourth of July colobratlon nt Brook
ings station on Saturday, July 3.
From tho sun rlso saluto ln tho morn
ing to tho great bonflro at midnight
tlioro was something of Intorcst go
Ing on every minuto of tho day. Tho
largo garago was decorated for tho
occasion and especially nrrangod for
tho omfort of those- attending tho
colobratlon. During tho day, ornngos,
bannnns, lomonndo and Ico cream
woro sorved freo,
PrUos for tho wlnnors In tho var
ious athletic events woro donated by
Ilond morchnntB, tho following Hat
giving tho nnmo of tho ovent, tho
prlzo winners, tho donors nnd tho
Tho Judges of tho athletic ovonts
woro Messrs. John Shearer, Albert
Ilclchol nnd Goo. Hopkins, nil of
Hoy's raco, 30 yards (9 years and
under)' 1st, Snmuol McKcown; Skuso
Hnrdwaro Co. knife. 2nd, Chas.
Smith: Carmcdy Urns.. Gnmo. 3rd,
Wallace Drown; First National Hank,
Ilond, 25 cents.
Girl's race, 30 yards, (9 years and
under.) 1st, Both Stauffor, Mannhel
mcr Brofl., box hnndkcrchlcfs. 2nd.
Gladys Meeks; Mannholmcr Bros,,
hnndkorchlof caso. 3rd, Olota Mon
roo, First National Hank, Bend, 25
75 yard dnsh.( Hoys 18 years and
undor.) 1st Paul Brookings, Tho
Press, 1 yonr, Tho Hond Press. 2nd,
Arthur Wllquot, Tho Pross, C months,
Tho Hond Press. 3rd, John Cnrroy,
Tho Press, 3 months, Tho Ilend Press.
75 yard dash ((girls 18 years nnd
undor.) 1st, Allco MrlCeown, Mann
holmer Bros., silk hoso. 2nd., Dnrlo
Burton, R. M. Smith Clothing Co.,
tnm-o-shnntor. 3rd, Mary Stauffor,
Horace Brookings, box candy.
Bovs' potntn raco. lst John Cor
roy. Bend Hordwnro Co.. $1.25 knlfo.
2nd. Pnul Brookings, First National
Bank, Bend, 75 contB rash. 3rd. Roy
Stauffor, First National Bank, Bend,
50 cents cash.
Girl's potato raco. 1st Vivian
Yeck: First National Hank, Uend,
$1.25 cash. 2nd, Mary Stauffor; A.
L. French, coin purso. 3rd, Ethol
Fogg; First Natlonnl Bank, Hond, 50
Hoy's sack race, (II years and un
der.) 1st. Roy Stauffor; Firs'. Na
tional Hank. Bencl, $1.00 rash. 2nd,
Samuel McKcown; A. L. French, silk
tie. 3rd, Gerald Hicks: First Na
tlonal Bank, Bend, 50 conts cash.
Three legged race. 1st, Paul
nrooklngs and Phil Dancer. 2nd, B.
M. McNott and W. Searcy; First Na
tional Bank, Bend, 11.00 cash.
100 yard dash. 1st. H. M. McNctt:
A. L. French, Bilk muffler, 2nd, Per
ry liartoon; Mannhelmer Bros, sus
penders and hoso supporters,
50 yard dash, (45 years and up.)
1st, A. 8. Fogg; W. C. McCulston, $1
can coffee. 2nd, W. I. Warmouth;
Owl Drug Co., Leather bill ense.
Women's egg race. 1st. Lucy T,
Hicks; Owl Drug Co., $3.00 traveler's
toilet case. 2nd. Carrie Brown;
Bend Hardware Co., aluminum sauce
pan. 3rd, Mrs. M. E. Harmon; W.
C. McCulston. Jar of olives.
Women's foot race. Mrs. D. M.
Meeks; Skuso Hardware Co., alumi
num gem pan. 2nd. Carrie Drown;
W. C. McCulston, quart bottlo grape
Juice. 3rd, Florence Hunting; Bend
Milling Co., 10 lb. sack pancake flour.
Boy's and girl's hopping race. Chis.
Smith; First National Bank, Bond, 50
conts cash. 2nd, Both Stauffor; First
National Bank, Bend, 25 cento cash.
iLndtcs' nail driving contest. Mrs.
Frod Miller; Bend Milling Co., sack
Deschutes Spray flour. 2nd, Mrs.
Eadea; R. M. Smith Clothing Co.,
silk hoao. 3rd, Mrs. Geo. B. Hop
kins; Bond Himlwiiro Co., nlumtti'im
kottlo. 4th, Mrs. V. Smith; 1 bottlo
Old ladles' sawing contest. Mrs.
II. Hoguo; S. C. Cnlwoll, Jelly spoon.
2nd, Mrs. W. I. Warmouth; W. C.
McCulston, box tollot sonp.
Running brond Jump. Fred Over
all; Horaco Brookings, corduroy
trousers, and, II. Smith; First Na
tional Bank, Bond, 75 contn cash.
Baseball throwing contest. R.
Smith; Bond Hnrdwaro Co., fielding
glove. 2nd, A. Smith; A. L. French,
Horshoo pitching contest. Hamp
ton vs. Rolynt vs. Lost Crcok. John
Black, J. E. Brown; Auno Bros., $2.
Ladles' shooting contest, 22 cal.
rlflo. 1st, Mary Stauffor; Tho Bul
letin, Bond Uullettn, 1 year. 2nd,
TO THE RESCUE
W win (AT your linen, but you muit
not wit much Urn realm our rwou
band t work
LOW PRICES, BETTER SERVICE
Bend Steam Laundry.
AND DRY CLEANING
Put Your Duds
In Our Suds"
Heat concentrated on the
cooking, not spread through
Ready, like gas full heat in
Adjustable heat a slow
fire or a hot one.
Heat only as long as you
A clean, cheap fuel easy
For Dett Retulf Vte Ptatl Oil
The convenience of gas for homes witnout gas. No odor.
Docs not taint the food. Convenient sizes. Ask your
dealer. Sec Exhibit, Palace of Manufactures, Panama
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Headquarters for Commercial Alen
Electric Lighted Throughout
i; THE BEND HOTEL
HUOH O'KANE, MANAQBn
Free bus to
t and from trains
- - - - -
Is Bend's Leading Hotel
It Is it fireproof building
It Is thoroughly modern
It U comfortable, commodlofi, clean-
IIOOMH FROM BO CENTO UP
The want of all are satisfied well t
THE WIUailT HOTEL
Automobiles to all Interior Points
THE WRIGHT HOTEL
Mrs, Fred Miller and Mrs. J. O, Whtt
taker; First Natlonnl Bank, 50 cents
Hoy's pony raco, (V4 mllo) Roy
Stauffor; C. W. Thornthwolte, $2.00
riding brldlo. 2nd, Percy Cook; De
schutes SUito Bank, Bend, $1 cash.
Horse raco, (U mile.) 1st. James
Wells; It. M. Smith Clothing Co., $3
lint. 2nd, I). M. Meeks: Deschutes
Stnto Bank, Bend, $1 cash.
Baso ball game, Hampton vs. Lost
Creek. Won by Hampton, score G to
4; prlzo E. A. Snther, catcher's mask.
Aro You Feeling Fit?
Do you envy tho man or woman of
untiring energy, Strang body and hap
py disposition All theso depend up
on good health and good health is
Impossible when tho kidneys r.ro dis
eased. Foloy KIdnoy Pills help tho
kldnoys cast out poisons that cause
backache, rheunintlsm, nnd other
symptoms of dangerous kidney nnd
bladder troubles. Patterson Drug
See Edwards for good houso paint,
ONE CENT A WORD Is all a little
Wnnt Ad will cost you.
CHICKEN DINNER 25 CENTS
Every Sunday and
Furnished Rooms in
Next Door to Dream Theatre.
v. Wood and Coal
Heating up the kitchen when
it's already 90 in the shade,
Bothersome waiting for
the fire to hum.
Difficulty in getting the right
Waste of fuel before and
after actual cooking.
Wood and coal to lug dirt
Special Attention to
All nrrncements made for persons i
desiring to go south and east of here j
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY.
ROUERT 11. GOULD
W. W. FAULKNER, D. M. D.
Offlco Ovor Postolllco
Bond, ... Oregon
DR. E. REA NOItltIS
I'liyhlclnn nnd Surgeon
Olllco Snther Building
Microscopic nnd X-ray work
Tel. Blnck 271
Hours: 10-12 a. in.; 2-4 p. m.
7-9 p. m.
WILLARD H. WIRTZ
L A W Y i II
O. S. BENSON
Attorney At Im w
Bonson Building, Wnll Street
VERNON A. FORBES
L A W Y E It
First National Bank Building
Bond, :-: :-: Oregon
GEORGE 8. YOUNG
Civil nnd Irrigation Engineer.
U. 8. Mineral Surveyor.
Room 6 First National Bank
J. D. Boll A. W. Slum
CROOK COUNTY ABSTRACT
Succoasors to Tho ,T. II. Hancr
Abstract Co., Prlnovlllo, Oro.
Mrs. A. P. Ilallnrd
Mrs. S. Mcintosh
UEND PLUMBING AND
Stonm and Hot Wntor Renting
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
PLASTERER AND CONTRAC
TOR WORK GUARANTEED
II. P. SMITH
WEAR got a pair of WORLD'S
WE also havo tho agency for
NAP-A-TAN Shoos for inon and
R. H. LOVEN
Tho HIiih) Kcpulr .Mini
Bond Stroot Bond, Oro.
-- - -- -
Bend Hauling Co.
It. N. PALMHRTON
Wood for Sale
Olllco with R. P. Mlriter
Olliro Phono I Hack (1(1
RcHldeiiro Black I1TJ
Hoofing of nil kinds. Repairing
J. A. MacCLOSKEV
Cornices and Skylight.
II. C. ELLIS
United States ConiniKslniicr
First Natlonnl Bank Building
II. H. Do A R M O N D
Oregon Street. Bond, Oregon
DR. J. II. CONNARN
Ofilco ln Snthor Building.
Houru 0 to 12, 1 to C,
Sundays nnd ovonlnga by
O. P. NISWONOER, Bond, Oro.
Licensed Ktiibnlmcr, Funeral
Phono. Lady Assistant.
DR. R. D. STOWELL
OIHco ovor Mlllor Lumlor Co.
Wnll Street Hours 0 to C
Phono Rod CI
.MRS. RERNICE 1IALLEY
Teacher of Piano nnd Voice
J. E. Engebretson
Plumbing and Hcnting
1 17 MINNESOTA STREET
JOBBING PROMPTLY DONE
I. O. O. P.
Ilcnd Lodge No, Sir).
Rogulnr mooting ovory Mon
day night at 8 o'clock In Bath
er's Hnll. Visiting brother
L. II. GLESS, N. G.
GEO. P. QOVE, Secretary.
Guaranteed Used Atuomobilei
On Easy Payments
Send for Llit l PrUti nJ Sptdllcatleai
VACATION In Portland,
villi hide trips imlhlilo, Mill
Klo jiui mi enjojnlilo occii.
Mini. Mil ko tho Multnomah
jour hi-iiiliimrt!i-N. Hcrvlio
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Tho mint makes It and under tho
terras of tho CONTINENTAL MORT
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at 0 por cent for any legal purpose on
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tvll us your wants and wo will co
oporoto with you.
PETTY Jl GOMI'ANX
r13 Dcnlmm Building Dt'iiver. Colo.
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