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Pure Food Groceries
Phone No. 1401
IN THE WINTER TIME
WHEN YOU FEEL BLUE
just get out n jar of those
Preserves that you made dur
ing the summer months, with
the Fresh Fruit purchased at
The Cash Grocery
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
D. E. Hunter returned from Pals
Joo DozeH loaves for Spokane to
W. Jj. Clark has resigned his po
sition at Sathor'8 store.
Dick Hun' r and Ray Jackson left
for Spokane on Monday.
Dr. Connarn and family jjpent Sun
day fishing-at Odolllako.
Mrs. A. E. Edwards returned from
Portland on Saturday night..
J, n. Itudoll la assisting In tho of
fice of Tho Bond Company.
Georgo W, Hoover has received an
other consignment of Ford cars.
C. E. Short went to Portland Fri
day night, returning Monday morn
ing. C. A. Warner returned from n flvo
day buslneso trip to Seattle on
A. L. French and family left for
Crass yalley Sunday morning. Thoy
will return today.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wlltcoxon, of
Powell Huttc, spent Tuesday hero
visiting Mrs. Corkett.
Julius Janott (eft on Tuesday for
tho John Day ' country to work
through the threshing season.
.The V. C. T. U. will hol.d Its
regular meeting on Friday afternoon
nt the hdmo of Mrs. Ilulph Spencer,
Chas. W. Ersklno, H.A. Stoter and
Norvnl Sprlngor went to Silver Lake
on Saturday to play In a ball gamo
Mr, and Mrs. Harney O'Donnoll ar
rived this morning from Wellsvllle,
Mo., where thoy wero married ro
contly. A. I). Shrooder of Oliver Lake
btoke his nrm ton Saturday when an
auto In which ho was riding over
turned. Mrs. Hnrry Wyso has recovered
from hor Illness, which has kept her
confined to her bed for the past two
Wa Pnrt'.n. SlioftmnkfiK 'nthlrf: frnmn
(Warden, Is oxpected to arrive tomor
row on a tripOf inspection through
I J. M. 1-awronco, formerl) of Uond
1 and at one tluio publisher of Tho
Ilullotln, has been hero on business
for the last few days,.
County Agriculturist Loved pass
ed through town yesterday mi his
way to visit the experimental farms
In tho homestead country.
C D. Urown's mother, Mrs. A. II.
Ilrowa, of Newton, Iowa, with her
two nieces of the samo city, nro vis
iting with Mr. mid Mrs. Drown,
Mrs. Frank L. Mlllor nnd son
Ervln who hnvo been' visiting with
home folks In Indiana for the past
six months will arrive home this
Mrs. James Hyan and hor thrco
children arrived from Seattle on
Saturday to Join Mr. Itynn hero. Thoy
are llv'ng In the Shrlner house In
Nell A. Southwlck, cnshler of Tho
Shevlln-Hlxon Company, hns pur
chased "tho "A. M. Prlngle liouso InJ
Park od.dltlon. Mr. Prlngle expects
to build pn other property.
W. L. ShankB, with his wlfo and
two children, nrrtvod last week from
Seattle and has taken rooms nt tho
May apartments, Mr. Shanks Is con
nected with Tho Hend Park Co.
II, W. Skuso and wife, accompan
ied by Mr. nnd Mrs. A. M. Cronln
of Portland, will lonvo tomorrow for
Crater Lake In Mr. Skuso's car, re
turning Saturday. Mr. Cronln Is
Mrs. Skuso'B brother.
O. Lnurgnard passed through
Bend Tuesday morning on his return
to Portland from Paisley whero ho
hod been In connection with tho visit
of the Stnto Water Hoard to settle
Uio water rights In tho Chownucan
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Hansen, of
Minneapolis, nro oxpected to arrive
horo shortly to visit Mrs. Corkett,
who Is Mrs. Hansen's Bister. During
tholr stay Mrs. Corkett will tnko n
vacation from her duties with Tho
W. Ii. Cobb motored over from
RorchurK on Sunday bringing with
him Dr. Grant Hamilton of Roiouurff
and Dr. and Mrs. Luther Hamilton
of Portland. Monday thoy spent In
fishing nt Sp'rlnK rlvor, A. 13. Edwards
Mrs. E. M. Goodsoll. of Dixon,
Illinois, a cousin or II. C. Ellis, ar
rives this evening to visit Mr. nnd
Mrs. Ellis on hor return from tho
fair. Mrs. Ctoodeell liavolcd through
tho Pacific states a fow years ago as
n member of tho Ladles ShUbcrt
Carey W. Foster and family of
Prlnevllld passod through Bond on
Mbnilnp enrouto to tho exposition.
They will mako tho entire trip in Mr.
Foster's' Cadillac car, and will Btop
at'Crator lako. Mr. Fostor's father
was ono of tho original cottiers on
the Bond townsltoj
- Fre'd A. Woolllen arrived on Sun
day to lakp n position with Tho Bul
letin. ' Mr1. Woolflen Is n grddualo of
tho University of Washington whoro
ho took special work In tho School
of Journalism. During his vaca
tions he has boon connected with
tho Spokesman-Rovlow of Spokane,
and has done special newspapor work
for Portland nnd other papers.
SPRINKLER IS READY
Ten Thousand Gallons of OH to lie
Uhcrt lu First Application Cinder.
ed Streets to Bo Ctercl E-
pel linen t Was Tried nt t:lio.
.Thn annuo! Rrntllll fllivllin IlICIlIC
will bo hold at Dutch John's unuge. ""
next Sunday. Miss Gertrudo Do Shaw or So-
A. J. Kroonort returned from nlattle Is visiting Mrs. Ilurry Muiilon.
short business trip to Portland yes-.She expects to remain hero for about
I two months.
With tho arrival of tho first con
signmont of 10,000 callous of crmlo
oil within tho noxt two or three, days,
tho work of putting tho city streets
In condition to receive It will begin,
and the first application will be mndo.
The Initial consignment will pro
vide sulllcicnt oil to cover 20,000
square yards, ono gallon of oil being
used to every two pqunro ynrds. This
nmount of oil will bo sulllcicnt to
cover nil tho Btrccts In tho city
which have already been cindered.
Provided thnt It is found practical
to treat tho Btrcots which havo not
as yet been cindered a larger terri
tory mny bo covered. To this ond nn
experiment will be mndo to deter
mine the practicability of such an
Thnt tho first coat may bo most
effectively applied, and glvo tho best
posslblo results the city street sprink
ler hns been provided with n power
attachment, nnd will lie. anlo to han
dle tho heated oil directly from tho
tank car which will bo stationed at
a convenient place. As tho oil must
be applied when hot, the city boiler
will be moved to tho tank car and
tho oil heated thoro under powor bo-
foro being taken from tho car to the
strcots. This treatment will glvo tho
oil n more favorablo test than that
obtained nt tho tlnio tho experiment
on Oregon street wns made.
According to city officials In touch
with tho situation, tho menno which
will bo taken will bo tho Bamo as
thoso used at Echo whero the Initial
application of oil has been mndo. It
Is understood that tho Btrccts will
bo harrowed, or some other means
takon to roughen tho surfneo bofoio
applying tho oil, nnd nftcr tho appli
Upon tho results of tho first coat
of 611 much will depend whether fur
ther work of this character will bo
dano on tho streets. A second coat,
In nny event will not follow Immediately.
' U80 Dcdchutes Bpray Flour. Whit
er arid bottor than over. For said by
Tho Now Bend Flour Mill Co, Adv.
8eo Edwards for paper hanging.
are the tilings that are used all the
year round that is, good groceries.
Try ours ond 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
S. C. CALDWELL
THE STORE OF QUALITV
Free Delivery Any w here In City.
81'NHAV 8CIIOOLH TO PICNIC.
Tho annual picnic of tho Sunday
schools of the Bend churches will bo
held on tho Erlckson ranch sovon
mlleB up tho Tumnlo creek on noxt
Thursday. Vehicles,., wlilch wm Do
froo to all pupils and their parents,
will leave from tho Baptist church at
9 a. m. All are Invited to attend tho
plcnlcr bringing woll filled baskets,
ono lemon nnd a cup.
Give us a trial.
A new meat market.
Gilbert & Son. Adv
TO FURNISH THE HOME
r Headquarters for
FINE FURNITURE, PlANOS.
Century Edition 10c Sheet Music.
" RUGS and CARPETS
E. M. THOMPSON
The Furniture Man
IXQItEAKE OF POST PACKAGES.
WASHINGTON, D. C, July 1C
PoMmuster Gonoral llurlcsou today
ordered tho slzo limit of packages
for parcel post shipment to bo In
creased to 8-1 Inches combined
Iongth and glrdlo. This will pormlt
mailing stundnrd slzod fruit nnd
berry crntos. Thoro has been wide
spread' demand for nn lucrcano over
the old limit or 72 Inches. Ho nlso
authorized tho report system for par
cel post packages llko exproau com
HAS HON IIEUH.
Goorge E. Hardy, of Toledo, Ohio,
has been elected mnnager of tho
recently organized Portlnud Cham
ber .of Commerce. The Orcgonlan
says: "Mr. Hardy's son U nlroady
In Orogon, nt Bond, whore ho came
for the benefit of IiIb health."
We buy, sell oc exchange ronl nv
tato anywhere In Canada or tho
United States. No deal too largo or
too small for us to handlo. Lovarott
& Flsch, Bend. Oregon. 10-17?
Tho New Bend Flour Mill Co., Is
now manufacturing Deschutes Half
Haloing Pancake Hour. Ask your gro
cer for It. Adv.
G. C Horstman
Plans and Specifications
furnUhed free. Ultimate!
Uso Deschutes Spray Flour. Whit
er nn)l hotter than ovqr. .For sale by
Tho Nbw Bond Flour Mill Co. Adv.
. . i i Ti a
The Bond lodgo No. 897 of Frn
tcrnnl Brotherhood has elected' or
(leers or tho coming half year as fol
lows: past president. It. M. Beaver,
president, Chas. Thornthwnlto, vice
president, Wm. II. Harris, secretary,
Mrs. Chas. Thornthwnlto, treasurer,
J. C. Jensen, chaperon, Mrs. G. W.
Shrlner, sorgeant, II. V. Eovon, Mas
ter nt arms, Mrs, It. M. Beaver, In
ner door keeper, Glen Gosney, outer
door keeper, Fred L. Huay.
Uso Self-Halslng Deschutes Pan
enko Hour. It Is nlways fresh and n
homo product. Adv.
HITCHING HACK IS MOVED.
That the dangor or frlghtonlng
loams by passing automobiles may ho
lossoncd, 11. W. Skuso and V. C.
McCulstnn havo moved tho hitching
rack which has stood In front of
tholr Mores to tho rear, and have
enlarged tho hitching capacity to 20
teams. A watorlng trough wilt bo
constructed for tho convenience of
out of town peoplo coming to Bend,
nnd conditions made better for feuding.
At tho Commercial Club luncheon
on Saturday, County Agriculturist
Ivovett reported on the condition of
tho demonstration farms as found on
his last visit and advised the club
that this week he would make a trip
to them and report again. The next
luncheon of the club will be held at
the Bend Hotel.'
ALFALFA IH COMING IN.
The arrival of the first crop
alfalfa hay from the territory trib
utary to Bend Is expected to be In
full swing within the next week. A
large portion of the first cutting has
already been sold at prices ranging
about $10 per ton. The first yield
Is reported very favorable.
EASTKft HKI'OKTH HAWJi.
J. A, Kaites reports the sale of
lots on Aubrey Heights as follows.
Fred McCormack lots C, It, block
11; J. E. Engebretson, lota fl, 10.
block 7! Earl Malkson, lot C. block 9,
OF THIS MONEY SAVING
SALE. Saturday, July 24, is your
last opportunity to take advantage of '
these wonderful price reductions.
Decided Reductions in discontin
ued numbers of Warners Corsets.
Il.no Grade $1.J,1
$2.00 Grndo ?l.(l.1
$3.00 Grndu $2. IB
$3.50 Grndo Jli.T1 ,
Ono lot ot Children's Dresses , .
Priced nt fiOc and 7tic tor
this sale 13c
York Ginghams Best 10 cont
Gingham ninde, reducod-to. . . .He
8c Organdy Lawns reduced to. . . ,.1o
lCc Tissue Ginghams now .... IllJie
3 Inch Flowered Lawns reduced
Stop and Shop at
Belter Merchandise Belter Values Better Service
I deslro to nnnouiico thnt for n
limited tlmu only 1 have reduced
tho prlco of treatments to one dollar
ench or 20 trentmeiitH for $i!l!.00,
Any ono suffering from norvouu or
chronic diseases Is cordially Invited
to call and become familiar with this
method of treatment.
Dlt. It. I). STOW EM.,
Over Mlllur l.umbor Co.
Phono Itcd 01 Wall Street
Just oponed. A new meat market.
Glvo iih n trial. Gllbort ft Sod. Adv
For sign painting see Edwards.-
From head to foot completely
supplied both inside and out
Groceries, Fancy and Staple
Kitchen hardware and dishes
Hats, Straw and Felt, Caps
Shirts, all Colors
Overalls, Bib and Waist
Shoes, Light and Heavy
Underwear, a Complete Line
And all the Necessary Paraphernalia
E. A. Sather
A Dollar's worth for n Dollar spent
Now that PRESERVING TIME is here
every housewife will want .some fruit jars,
that is, GOOD FRUIT JARS. Wo sell the
Economy and Mason brands, whioh are fon
.sidered to be the most practical, ly? well as
the cheapest, in the long run.
Rest Jelly Glasses on the market.
SKUSE HARDWARE CO.
Abe Evans, lots V, 7, block 11.