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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (July 14, 1915)
Tii H iiknd bulletin, bend, om:., Wednesday, .tuly it, 1013.
of - winning the beautiful three piece
Aluminum Set, valued at $9.00 each
Saturday and the final 100 piece com
plete Sterling China Dinner Set worth
Eighteen of these handsome sets have
been given to holders of lucky num
bers, the, last three being won by Mrs.
Dimick, Mrs. Bartlett and Mrs. George
Davis. YOU have an equal chance.
A coupon with each 25 cent purchase.
Ask for a circular.
E. A.. Sat her
The Store With a Reputation
of giving a Dollar's worth for a Dollar
his home at Auburn,
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
O. W. Snyder was up from Tumalo
'on Saturday. s
Shorlft Knox wna over from Prino-
vlllo on Monday.
E. IL. Clark of La Pino spont Sat
urday buying supplies horo.
Paul Brookings and Roy Stauffcr
camo Jn last week for supplies.
Clydo McKay returned from a bus
iness trip to Portland on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Wllllcoxon, of
Powell Ilutto spent Monday In town.
A. A. Andorsqn of nodmond was
TOglstored at tho Hcnd over Sunday.
John Lenthcrmrfn 'df Portland was
registered n( tho Wright over Sun
Mrs. John Ityan gavo Mr. Ityan n
surprise birthday party on Friday
Miss Florenco Young Is homo Trom
Medford to spond tho summer In
Mr. and Mrs, J. H. Wen. ndy aro
now living In Mr. Wonandy's house
on Oregon street.
Georgo W. Hoovor went to Port
land on business Thursday, returning
tho first of tho week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hondcrson of
Alfalfa havo been stnylng at tho Ilond
for tho past few days.
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Forbes, and
Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Do Armond wont
Carl Jensen was Injured at Tho
Bond Company's mill Saturday when
11 truck rnn over his foot
It. B. Wobb loft for Pontvator,
iMIchlfinn, yesterday, whom ho will
join his wlfo and children.
W. W. Faulkner, ABhloy Forrest,
Howard Palmer and Ralph Spencer
spont Sunday fishing at Fall River.
C. A. Warnor loft on Saturday for
a business trip to Portland and So
nttlo. Ho expcctB to return on Fri
day. Miss A. O. Spalding loft Wednosdny
night for Grants Pass whoro 'sliQj was
called-in account St lior mother's 111
Cort B. Allen was in town on Mon
day purchasing material for changes
and additions to tho liouso on his
Mrs. A. C. Lucas and son Russell
left for BrowiiBvlllo and Pondloton
on Saturday, whoro they will visit
John Peters camo down from his
Dig Rlvor ranch yesterday. During
his stay ho was registered at tho
II. D. Ralney returned on Sunday
night from Montana, whoro ho has.
been for tho past throo and a half
Mrs. J, II. Miner has been called
to tho bedsldo of her father, who Is
I sorloiiB ill in
Mrs. Floyd Dement left for Spo
kane, Washington, Monday evening
whoro sho will visit her sl3tjr, Mrs.
A. W. Downey.
Mrs. J. I). Davidson Is expected
homo 011 Sunday from Monmouth,
Oregon, whero she has been attend
ing the norma school.
Forest Ranger J. A. Brlnklov, Mrs.
llrlnkley and son returned Monday
night from a two weeks fishing trip
to East nnd Paulina lakes.
Joseph Uorgor, a homesteader In
tho Ilomstnd valley, arrived In town
Monday afternoon to arrange to mako
final proof on his homestead. ".
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Sllvortooth
of Antolopo, Oregon, passed through
town on Sunday on their way to ihelr
desert claim near Silver Lako.
Deputy Forest Supervisor V. V.
Harpham left Monday for Paulina
lako whero ho will do soino tola
phone work for tho next week.
County Commissioner Ovorturf re
turned on Saturday from Prlnovlllo
whero ho had been In attendance on
tho July session of tho county court.
Mr. and Mrs. Nealon Gilbert of
Greoley, Colorado, arrived last wook
to mako their homo hero with Mr.
Gilbert's grandmother, .Mrs. Etta Gil
M. S. Miller. W. H. Boll and Joo
Albright, who left a week ago Sunday
for Portland by auto, returned Sun
day night, reporting a very success
Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Meyer nnd son
Donald nrrlved Monday evening from
Uhllng. Nebraska to spend a fow
weeks with Sirs. Moyor's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Young.
Mr. nnd Mrs. P. M. Tompkins nnd
Dr. nnd Mrs. Collie, of Hood River,
returned on Monday from a camping
trip to Crnno Pralrtc. leaving for
Hood Rlvor this morning.
Mrs. F. Dunhnm, who has been
stnylng with her slstor, Sirs. J. B.
Godfrey for tho past six months, loft
last week for Alberta, Canada, whoro
sho will spend tho summer.
E. M. Thompson .left for Seaside
Newport nnd othor coast resorts on
Sunday evening. Ho expects to bo
gono about n month, leaving C. P.
Nlswonger In chargo of his business
during his nbsenco. '
J. B. Miner has Just closed two
real ostnto transactions In tho. Clov
ordalo country. Ho sold tho Cyrus
place to Christopher Wnrd, of Blck
leton, Wash., and the Chns. Caroon
plnco to Frank-Burling of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Eastcs, nnd tho
Misses Lota nnd Mary Benn spont tho
wock end at Paulina nnd East Lake
Although they did not catch any
fish, Mr. Hastes savs that ho broke
four lines that had "whoppers" on
tho other end.
Miss C. J. Churchill of Burlington,
Vormont nnd MIbb Mnry Haynes of
Glovursvlllo, Now York, who woro on
tho return trip from tho Panama-Pacific
Exposition, spont sovernl days
with tho Misses Benson last week nt
their "Mountnln Crest Vlow" ranch.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Alton C. Wiost nnd
daughter of York, Pennsylvania, nnd
Dr. nnd Mrs. M. Hoko of Spring
Grovo, Pennsylvania, arrived Sunday
night to visit Mr. Wlcst's undo, Ii.
D. Wlo3t. Thoy loft this morning on
their way to tho fair at San Francisco.
John Bel) of Tumalo was in town
Mrs. E. D. Wilson is spending n
fow weeks In Deschutes.
E. T. Butts lias boon confined to
his bed tho past week with n serious
attack of plural pneumonia.
C. II. Cook of the Bend Flour Mill
Co.? left for SUvor Lako yesterday to
attend to somo business In that vi
Tho regular weekly concert of tho i
Bend band will bo given on the
Mnnnhelmor corner nt Wall nnd Min
II. O. Dlnilck vont fo Grnn'.o Pass
last wee kto attend tho f uncial of
his mother. J. W. Dimick was not
able to get nway.
Mrs. J. P. Koyes leaves tonight
for Manchester, Washington, whero
sho will Join her children who nro
spending their summer vacation at
Dr.JJ. C. Coo has been circled ono
of the 72 directors of tho Oregon As
sociation for tho prevention of tu
berculosis.. This Is a branch of tho
American society of which Dr. Coo
Is also a member.
Tom and Abbott Mills,, tho twin
Botrs of A. L. Mills, president of tho
First Nntlonnl Bank of Portland, nr
rlvod in town last night by auto. Mr.
Mills camo In by train this morning
and thoy will go on to Snn Francisco
from hero, stopping at Odoll lako on
tho way for n fow dny's fishing.
Mrs. Genovlovo MncLnurln wont
to Portland Sunday morning to visit
with friends for about a week.
special snow at dream.
On Wednes'dny evening, July 21,
ct eight b'clock, "Tho Last Days of
Pompeii," will bo Bhowti nt tho
Drenm Thcntro. This Is ono of tho
best pictures that hnve over como to
Bond, there being five reels of en
tertaining nnd educational scones.
Admission 2G cents. adv.
circle TO .MEET.
Tho Baptist Woman's Missionary
Clrclo will hold nn opon meeting In
tho church tomorrow afternoon nt 3
o'clock, subject: "Tho Child nt Work
nnd at Play." Tho program will con
slot chiefly of tnlks on "Child Llfo"
in othor countries, as well ns our
own. A cordial Invitation to nttond
It extended to tho woman of othor
Glvo us a trial.
A now meat market.
Gilbert & Son. Adv
EVANS HOUSE BURNS.
Tho newly built house belonging to
Abo Evans on Kensington Btroot, In
Kenwood was destroyed by lira be
tween two nnd three o'clock Sunday
morning. Thero wno no ono In tho
houso at tho tlmo tho lire was dis
covered, Mr. Evans having loft for
his Mllllcnn homestead on Saturday
afternoon. Tho cnireo of tho flro is
unknown. Tho loss Is stated to bo
about f 000 partly covered by Insur
ance. Another house belonging to
Mr. Evans In Kenwood was burned
BRUISES FACE BADLV.'
Earl Evorlnghnm, whilo working
ns nn off-benrer on tho edging inn
chlno nt Tho Bend Company mill on
Monday, was struck by a falling
bonrd und knocked sonsolcss, remain
ing In that condition for about in
minutes. Tho Injured mnn was at
tended by Dr. Coo who found tho loft
sldo of his face badly cut and brills-od.
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 Delivery Anywhere In City.
Wo buy, soli or oxchnngo rent es
tate anywhoro in Canada or tho
United States. No deal too largo or
too small for us to handlo, Levrett
& Flsch, Bond, Oregon. 1C-17C
The Now Bond Flour Mill Co., Is
now manufacturing Deschutes Soli
Raising Pancako flour. Ask your gro
cer for It. Adv.
"KEEPS ME POSTED."
Horo is what n subscriber down In
Los Angeles writes to Tho Bulletin,
"Plcnso take this nH a standing no-
tico that you nro not to stop tho
pnpor unless I wrlto you asking It.
I am Interested up there nnd Tho
Bulletin keops me pr.ctcd. Tho paper
Is lino. Bust wishes to It and Its
E have inaugurated
these decided reduc
tions for quick disposal of
all SUMMER GOODS.
-Our July Sales continue .
until the 24th.
LADIES' WAISTS, values to $1.50. for this sale
CHILDREN'S DANDYLINE DRESSES, excellent
values at SI. 25, for this sale
CHILDREN'S 25c and 35c ROMPERS reduced to
MEN'S 75c OVERALLS Kith bibs, dosing them out at
MEN'S STRAW HATS '
'Discontinued Numbers In WARNER'S CORSETS at
50c Oil Color WINDOW SHADES reduced to
55c WINDOW SHADES reduced to
Decided Reduction in all SUMMER OXFORDS. '
Slop and Shop at
Better Merchandise Better Values Better Service
TO FURNISH THE HOME
FINE FURNITURE, PIANO,S.
Century Edition 10c Sheet Music.
RUGS and CARPETS
E. M. THOMPSON
The Furniture Man
G, C Horstman
Plans and Specifications
furnUhed free. Intimate
MISS ABBOTT HUES FOR IjtB.OOO.
OENTItALIA, July 10. Dorothea
Ahhott, formerly of Bond, Oregon,
yesterday filed suit In tho Lowls
county superior court for $8,000
damages against W. -E. Brown and
wlfo for nllpged personal Injuries and
damage to her auto following n col
lision between two automobiles south
of this city nhout ten days ago. Of
tho amount suod for $8,000 repre
sontod alloged InJurloH, $500 dam
ages to tho car and $100 for tho ton
days tho plaintiff was without tho uso
of tho machine, Tho defendant In
tho suit Is mnnagor of tho Stillwater
mill nt Vader.
prop., Ilond, Oregon, Box 80. 18-21p
KOlt BALE Small counter at tho
Cozy Restnurant, 17tf
KOIl SALE Hovoral good high
grade dairy cowb: nlso good gentle
snddlo pony. M. W. Knickerbocker,
I'OIl 8ALE Plnno In good condi
tion for less than half prlco to tradu
for stock. Call on or uddresB C. V.
Sllvls, Bend, Oro. 1(1-1 Up
FOB SALE 1000 pound maro.
harness and cart for sale. Bend
KOIl SALE Good horso nnd bug
gy. Apply American Bakery. Otfc
KOIl SALE Team horso, weight
3000 pounds or will trade for 2100
pound team. Nixon. lltf
roil BALE Two rollnnulshmonU
In the fnmout Summer Lako valley,
lino soil, good climate, Ideal alfalfa
land. Tho tundurest fruit and vego
tables grow horo in abundance, (lood.
IIoowh of artesian water from 70 to
100 feet. Surface wntur 8 feet. Prlco
$100 each. Call or wrlto A. B. (lort
hoii, Summer .Lake, Oregon. 1-ttfo
FOIt 8ALE Farm, southwest sldo
Powoll Ilutto, 320 acres, 1C0 undor
cultivation, ns much more can ho
cultivated; 80 fruit trees growing on
place, Kor Information Inqulro nt AN
fnlfn post olllco. 3-19 p
MONEY TO LOAN $100 to $1000
nmauntt). Address Box 2 GO, Bond,
ORCHESTRA HETS MOST VOTES.
Wltopskl's Hungarian Orchestra
was voted tho most popular fer.turo
of tho rocont Chautauqua, ox.Sonntor
Burkott coming second. Tho votos
v-er taken on tho Inst night of the
nffnlr Tlioso who counted the vol on
did not keep the record of first.
second und third placoH, hut simply
I tho number east for each, attraction.
I The votes woro as follows: orchestra
i&o. nuritott D7, uergh a l, Franzko, r
42. I. 1)0 11 37, .Miller 20, Flsko 10.
Jubilee 8, Adolphlans 7.
Uso Doschutoa Spray Flour. Whit
er and better than over. For solo by
Tho New Bend Flour Mill Co. Adv.
"The Machine You Will
For Sale by
J. B. RUDELL
At THE BULLETIN OFFICE
Tho Ford Company tins cut a $t8,
000,000 dividend melon.
Uso Self-Raising Dofchules Pan
cake (lour. It Is alwajs fresh and a
homo product. Adv.
FOR SALE Lunch counter, res
tnurant. Central Oregon. Address
box ZU, Bond. Oregon. 15p
FOB SALE or TIIADE Team
horse, weight 3000 pounds or will
trade for real estate. Nixon 19tf
FOR SALE Two thoroughbred
POLAND; CHINA'pig. spring' boars,
$25 each. Pedigrees free with each
pig. 41 Stock Ilanch, L. O. need,
is here. Don't Forget
that you can buy the
BEST FRESH FRUIT
at my store
The Cash Grocer
Now tlml PRESERVING time is here,
every housewife will want some fruit jars,
that is, GOOD fruit jars. We sell the
Economy and Mason brands, which are con
sidered to he the most practical, as well as
the cheapest, in the long run.
Best Jelly Glasses on the market.
SKUSE HARDWARE CO.