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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1908)
CASH STOK12 Is where one dollar of Your
money will liny one hundred renin worth
of uiorcliiimllsc for You. A CMiDIT
S'lOUH ii where cine dollar of Your
Money will buy from B5c to 90c worth of
uietcliniitllM for You ind from toe to i jc
woilh for the mini who has hit goods clinked nnd
then never pays for them. A CASH SIOUH Inm no
Imil bills to fliturc on nt the cml of the year. A CMIJO
IT STOUI! nlwitys lini from to to 15 per cent of hail
liilld to be climbed to the loss nccottnt at the end of
the yenr. A CASH SIOHU nlwnys marks their
goods in I'lnlii I'lurcs and litis One Price to nil. One
mutt's money I just ns good ns another's. .The
CitHDII' STOW! widow puts n plain selling mark on
their good and You nrc never sure that you nrc buy
lug your goods rh cheap iih your neighbor docs.
When You buy goods You want to get full value for
Your money. The store thnt docs n Rcncnil credit
btiKiiiMi cannot give you the full value of your money.
You mutt jwy your khsre of the bad bills. In other
words Yu jy for merchandise that You never get.
, Now which is Hit better proportion for You full
value nt the cash store or lass than that at the credit
stoic? ",i I mII (or ensh only and every article in tnv
stoic is marked in plain figures one pile to nil and
that )K ice the I'UI.I. VAI.UI! price. An honest com
imiimii will prove the above statements true. If the
price is the same you will find the quality a little bet
ter. I Mill for cash and I buy for cash.
THE BIG STORE, aSSS
Because: Your money is ex in lie bnn, l,n
Paying your bills by check is the
Simplest and most convenient method.
Your check becomes ft voucher for the
. debt it iwys.
It glvon you n belter standing with business
ii. Motioy in the bank strengthens! your" credit.
'..' ' j- A bank account tenches, helps and encour-
ngas you lo wive.
This bank docs all the booklcecplng.
Your bank book is n record of your business.
To those desiring Banking Connections with a well
established Bank, wo extend our services.
The Central Oregon Banking $b
U, O, Coo
H. P. J. McDonald...
E. A. Qnthor...
V. J. O'Connor
B SLIiSkWf 3WNVMflO
As well as every business mnh sholikl
have a bank account.
, T.uuilicfmnu pml Timber Owner.
, ... I'lysicniii mid Surgeon.
. . . Meieiinni.
, , Merclinnt
When 11 itmrcliiinl rvully wauls
vonr iraile he will advertise for it
The Inllus' f.ihriiry Clnli riletuieil
urrnbout $10 from their lust soehil
I). I.yneN mid I II Jensen were
up from Redmond Inst Wednesday
C. K. McI..i1Iiii of Redmond whs
n business visitor in Mend on S.it
S. D. I'ereivnl, a dinner Henri
mini, is hiiving n fiverouin cottnge
built at Mudnis.
J. II. IMwnrds and dauuhier
(race were Henri visitors Suturduy
from their r.incli neiti Glt.
William Unfile nnd children of
Rostand were registered at the
I'ilol Dutte Inn lust l'nd.iy.
J II. Hunter mid W II Stoats
left Sunday morning fur 11 stay of it
week or 10 days at Portland.
W. O. I'ordluim came 'down from
RonIiiikI Tuesday on his wy to
the teacher' iusiitutc .it I'riucville
Miss Vcrua Howard is the teach
er in the Gueriu school, situuted
east of Hcud in the old river bed
Horn, to Commissioner R. II
lluyley mid wife, on Saturday last,
.1 fine lodb. boy, I)r Coc in nt
icuduncc. Poultry riresseri or nlive always,
oil hand. Laying hens and pullets
ibout to lay, for sale. Vm. Down
inc., Hcud, Or. a8tf
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Oicult linvf
moved from the Steele restaurant
building and now nrc occupying (he
Orcutt building at Lytic.
The Ladies' Aid of the M. K.
church will hold a business meet
ing next Wednesday at 3 o'clock
at Mrs. S. C Caldwell's.
District Clerk Wicst has received
notification that the laboratory out
fit for the Hcnd schools wnssbipptd
Irom Chicago on September 17.
V. M Kay has been hauling
lumber during the week for his new
House in Lytic. Hans Johnson
has the contract for building it.
Charley Kthririgc brought in a
lot of new furniture for the Uend
schools the first of the week, con
sisting of scats and other parapher
nalia. Dr. I'. II. Deucer has been haul
ing lumber from the lit. ml mills
during the jxist week and is put
ting the finishing touchctt oir his
Kliner Merrill left last Sunday
for Davis lake where be will Meet
Kd Hrosteihous, Cnrlylc TVip'vtt
agd W. V.. Wilkinson on their way
home from the Klamath country.
J. D. lrcyburii nnd J. R. Sawh.Ul
have recently filed upon homcstcadis
along Little river, not far from the
W. l Vaudcvert ranch, nnd will
take up residence thetcon in the
John Vrcidf, of Antelope nnd
Chns. I), llrown left Thursday nf
teruoon for Lakevicw, where Mr.
Vrcidt will make final proof on n
timber claim. Mr. VrcKlt is Mrs.
Miss Molly Rcver was recently
married to n young attorney nt
iMbany. It is reported that he is n
promising young' man, with n
bright future before hint in his
Some stores sell for "cash only,"
others far cash, nud cicdit when
they can't get, tho cnf.'n. A. M.
Lara has some idcis about this
matter which he Set forth iu his
nd. in this issue. It will interest
you nud you liaj' 6ettcr rend It'
elsewhere on thH pnge.
' Mrs 15. I. Wilson, librarlnu of
the Uend nublFic llbrnrv. has re
ceived word thnt nndhcr set of
bopks wp.s ,shl pped from Salem for
thelocullibf iryon September flS.
Thnt Is very VJdfnpt Service, end
the new 1)0' jks should nrriVc itwe
withhi the iieXt few days,
1 In- II mI mMiooI iKiitrd has issued
ii iirnt-i ifO.iiiMiiv' nil school chil-
in-ti iu ! vuLViiiiileil Delore tuey
irt.tv rtiittiil s'c'tool.
A. M. Luni tells the people of
Ken 1 siitue plain .truth utxiut the
V.isli nnd credit" proposition in
his ,nl in (lift fsue (tetter read
u it will uiVe you some good
xiinters 111 etoiiuniv.
I 11m now ngeiit for the Delival
cte.nn M-pinilnr. uinl Iihvc one oi
Usese uiiicliiius iu slock. Step ill
nd ex.uniin' it. They are a great
touveiiietiti nun money saver tor
tin-il.nrMiiMii. HA SATHKK. 2111
Uoscoe Ilowiinl. C M Redfield
mid Ciil. KhUiii left Wcdnedn
miiriiiitg 111 Hie I) I & I' Co s
uiitomoliile lor Portland oil a busi
nes trip uf 11 week or 10 days
Mr Redfield, lie fore returning, will
viit telutives at AHi.uiv.
Hver liousekeejter is "in busi
nets" is 11 bii)erof bouie-supplies
ami should wntrb for buying op-portiiiiitit-s
ms closely ns though she
were buying lo sell og.iin Const
queiitlv the good and economical
housekeciH.T always rends the ads.
iu her local paper.
Strayed, from the vicinity ol
Odell lake, iron gray marc fout
years old, small senr on right hind
leg, not b-anded B.iy horse, old,
branded Z on right shoulder, indis
tincl brand on left shoulder. Both
have saddle and harness marks.
Liberal reward for information that
will secure their return. Notify
this office. 29 3
Thos. Tripled returned to Bend
last Saturday afternoon and was ac
companied by his bride, formerly
Mrs Hortou, whom he recently
weddud at Lenoir, the old home in
North Carolina. They rented the
Wtiltsett cottage, south of the Aune
hotel, and began housekeeping at
once. Hie iiuiictin exicnus oesi
wishes to Mr. nnd Mrs. Triplett and
welcomes them to Bend.
C. U. Allen returned the first of
the week from his trip to the Vol
Icy, where he, left Mrs Allen und
Miss litlicl. the latter being well
started in her studies ot the agri
cultural college nt Corvallis. Mr.
Allen says fruit is plentiful in the
Valley, especially npplcs, nnd also
states thnt n good tour-horse outfit)
could bring over 3000 lbs. coming
by the Snntinm route.
N. B. Bowman left Wednesday
for Pendleton where he will spend
the winter. He says if his plans
do not change hnt he will be back
here next spring to look after his
ditch land cast of towu. Pie goes
cvcrlaud nud expects to make the
journey of about 2S0 miles on horse-
t'jack. The Bulletin will be a week-1-
visitor to him nnd will keep Him
posted on developments iu this
The store that not only thinks it
worth while to invite you but makes
we but outwwd sns ol the evil
i done In secret 1 y mj'jlads of dan
Jrutl terms 6B plngiTie me wooa
, ol the hair. AU-.ro kli'ls the para-
site, soothes U'c ItCkMog scalp,
jives lustre to tl .e nair ana sropi
it tsiiintr out. A-Insle a wllcatloa
jjlves rellel aod proves As worth..
e.. - .... k.lH hitlnri. iVin l.ll.
Micro prevents baldness. It Is a
dcllshtfiil dressing ior mp nair,
free from grease notfstlcKy olb.
Ask ) our druggist f free bookkt
.HOYT CHEMICAU CO"..
Jt Dcllahlfill Liquid Par Pnwiltr.
I npnrit a tare toflntii, Avail ry and
ilnicaty fa thlf tktn, JUthrugh Iff
wlbln.lt ' " Prfel aid la bmaulp,
fctlmlnlnnlhc rniagmt n sun, wind
nnd tint, ttllmllmln tan, sunburn,
frteklri, Mntlnwnttt and Impmtftf
lions of ths) skin, Voistms a dainty
clinging odor exclusion! lit awn.
niec so era naomcr tun At tJnvaoit t
'nVTCHEM.CALCO.. POftTtAMt) Orife
the invitation hearty, cordial and
emphatic Hint's the store to visit
There nrc n lot of new people mov
ing into the Bend country, nnd the
store that advertises for their busi
ness is the store that will get it
lrccausc, the store that advertises is
always the energetic, up-to-date
store, with the best line of goods,
and with the best bargains.
A huge turnip is on exhibition
in the window of the Central Ore
gon Realty Co.'s offices that speaks
volumes for what the Dcschutcsi
valley can do when it comes to;
growing root crops.
Jack Kclley has bought an acre
lot, in Lytic, of J I. West. The
lot is located just north of the Bend
school house and is improved, hav
ing on it an orchard of 50 apple
trees, besides several kinds of berry
II. 15. Allen and bride returned
to Beud Tuesday afternoon from
their wedding trip to Portland and
other outside points, and have be
gun housekeeping in the Batten
cottage. They were nccompanieo
by Mr. Allen's mother, who will
visit with Mr. Allen for some time
and also with her daughter, Mrs J.
B Heyburn. til course, the cus
tomary affair was to be expected,
and Mr. and Mrs. Allen were treat
ed to the usual charivari Tuesday
e veiling by a lot of Bend youngsters.
George Brostcrhous has begun
building a house in Lytic for R. M.
Uldcr and J. W. Hoech. The
house will be 24x36 with 9 fool
posts. Mr. lildcr nud Mr. Hoech
arc new comers to Bend, both hav
ing bought land east of town. Mr.
Hoech is accompanied by his wife
nnd they arc now occupying the
Knarr house. Mrs. lilder is visit
ing in the east but will join her
husband here in about a month.
These gentlemen will start to de
velop their land at once and will
have S"me of it into crop next year.
nirblds Using Deer Hounds.
R. 0. Stevenson, state game and
forestry warden, says that deer
may not be hunted with dogs nt
any time of the year. "The inn
orcssion that it is lawful tokilldcei
by dogs during the open season hai
cone forth." says Mr. Stevenson.
"I wish to state that in accordance
with a decision rendered by the at
torney general it is unlawful to kil
Ldccr pursued by dogs nt any tum
or the year, nnd tunt tne law in re
gard to the same will be rigidl.v
A Stotamcnt to tho Public.
Tearing that the people iu the viclnltx
ot RsIaihI may not mlly understand the
circumstances coiuiectcil with the attaclA
uicnt acUons recently couimcucetl by J.
S. Iloguc & Co. against the Rcokuut
LumbftT'Compaiiyi t take occasion In le;
half .oi the lumber company to make aa
,Qn or about tlic loth of List August,
Mr J. S. llogue of the fijm of f. a Tloguc
I & Co, called upon the officers of the
'lumber company iu reference to certain
! Indebtedness due the firm from the lum-
ber company, amounting ft that lime to
about foo, for groceries and suppiies
used by the company In runulue Its mill
ing boKiiiMS. t that Interview It was
nereed Ixtnenn J. S. Bogue, uprescnt
inn J S. llouiicS-Co., mul uiyself and
(JeOilSe- . Jlolle, op the p.srl of the
mill company, liat. Uies uilll cnmpanj
' wodd Le nlvcn uultl.October l to pay
up this iuilebudhoi In full.
Cilice the TothoJ August up to the
prcseiit time, the mill compauy has puld
I Iu iuoiicj aud luuiler ubout fjoo to J, S
Hoj-uc ffcCo. on Vhls.nccpUut, leaving a
balance still due of aljout, f 500, wblcli by
the ngrecuieiit above mentioned was nui
to necQlue ijaie "n. payamc umu vjcw
ber j .The ofucersof the mill company.
' .lx'ug v.pon. this agrceiu'ent, had .made
arraujjeiuentssto pay this Iwlauce or
Oct.bef f.ilwt, timi.li to their surprise
on Sept' uilw iv the mill company a.v
served with summons in an action by
a BoRue .t Co, on their claim, and the ei-
i tire plant and outfit of the Kostaml I.um-
. I b?r Cov'psay ws attached aud tied up,
much to the annoyance and loss of twv
company, Mr. Hlxlitowcr nnd ttijrcl
t once proceeded to ralie the money
due J. S. Rogue & Co. on their claim,
which as a mutter of fact w.n hot due uti
til October I, Mid settled with them I.1
It hi with lictltstlon thnt I make tl,.
exptmlAtion In heliMf ot the lumber coi..
psny, ana 1 only no to nisi me pun.K
may know thnt thl action on the part f
J. H. ttwue & Co. war entirely uncallci
for and in fact conlrarv to their expresi
In conclusion I will lay that the Urn
land I, unit r Company Inn from the t(
ginning done a prosperou bmliien ai ''
exptctt to continue to do to, and further
more t ill position to (Say every dollar
of Indebtedness iield by any person
Oiled aTRosland, Or., October r, I'r
Tint Ko'si.a.nd I.UMnKn Co .
Ily J. JJ. Moslen
Land For Sale.
In the Powell Butlcs distrift-
acres iu section 33-15-14, and
acres in section 34-15-14. This .
all choice land; price 1050.00 pc.
40 acres Sec C. A. Jones, Bend
Or., or write to Martin Sullivan
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