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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1908)
THE BEND UULL15TIN 01 IIuslicHliiltiscampalnii for re
-: - -.- -;. ck-clion ns lyoVirnor of New York
"Per every man n fquare Jci"!, Unities is one of the nation's great
tcss and no more."
CHARM'S 1). ROWK
tt )rt ..
.vSt men He lias the nerve to stain
Eor good KoveVincnt and the tii;lit,
trvcti though lib has to stand alone
Airt) he is a magtufu'Cut fighter II
!uk utterly routed the corrupt pol
itichius and KtnTlers in his .state
aitil hi the race track Rntnblci
mid toutn nn Ule run. Hughe
Mntul out bl()te tin.1 nation us
man o' urent ability nnd cle.n
.TIII.MC THIS OVllR. nwtk flher n ,iclcrtt vould lia
A vtotlnr rancher livinc hear ;,,..?, .Hsurnn? to N'ew York aiii )
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FRIDAY, XOVItMBKR 6, tot
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3ajh7oa cot xnuMii niimit.
SEND 10 CENTS
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Ask your st'oiftrr for tho 3 ov 5 lb. cans. Thoy hnvo vw rov tops with metal
handles Are uso"i who .
JJend vvns heard to remark rrcvtith iihe nation HukIic!) and tin.
.that "Bend is & pretty Rood itmtkrt trictuls of r1 government are to
,for farm produce." And isn't that
true? What would the farmer do
with his butter ami ejjvj, his pota
:.;. and cabbages, Ins hoy
grain if there were no town licie to
tonsume what he grows and pa
liim cah for it ? What value would
any of this farm land have if the
farmers were oblipcd to haul all
their produce to 1'rineville to mar
ket? In fact, if there were no
towns scattered throughout Western
Crook county to consume the prod
"uce that is raised by the fanner,
there would be rai&htv little idevel
ipmeut and farm lauds wouldn't
be worth what it costs to put them
Yet there are many farmers (and
others) who insist on patronizing
"the mail order bouses, thus depriv
ing the local merchants of that
much business. It would surprise
most persons if they knew the
.amount of mail order goods that
.passes through the Bend postoffice
and express office, and undoubted
ly the saoc condition exists at
Iaidlaw, 'Redmond and other
places. Several thousand dollars
arc thus sent out of the country
each ;ycar that should be spent
with the local merchants, for every
dollar kept here helps just that
:auch to develop the country and
Increase the value of your farm.
If every farmer bought from the
mail order houses to the extent
,that mmy do, the local merchants
cnn-Id not exist. They would be
gforcsd to close their stores and go
out of business. Without mer
chants there could be no towns,
and without the towns where
would be your market and what
would your farm be worth ?
i tif. 'Farmer, isn't this worth
thinking -about? And isn't it a
wightv poor policy to send your
taioney away from home for mail
order good's? J"
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THE COST OF ADVERTISING. .
The uuawakc merchknt often
wonders how some rival "can af
ford to spend so much money for
advertising." He is sure that bej
could nxi: that it would bankrupt)!
him in short order to "plunge" in
po publicity on the scale that the:)
other fellow does.
"The other fellow" is not worry
ing about the "cost" of .his adver
tising for the simple reason that he
doesu't have to pay it. The com
petitor who cannot "afford" to ad
vertise really, in offect, pays the
bills of trie man who cau "afford"
He pays them in the loss of bus
ineA caused by his failure to ad
vertise. ' The business he ought to
have his "share" of the trade in
his line goes, in large part, to the
competitor who SKUUS it, who can
afford to advertise for it. The pro
fits ou the trade drawn away from
the timid advertiser by the aggres
sive one pays the latter's advertis
ing bills and leaves a comfortable
This is a fact which progressive
merchauts are proving all the time
-so it ought to have some personal
significance to the overcautious bus
iness m'en who are waiting to get
rich before "risking" adequate ad
)e congnitulutted ou the outcome.
That man Hughes has presidential
thlilwr in his makeup. Keep your
Well, tb wnintiy N saved. The
campaign is ended arid the republi
vans Rre hurinr Now, let's forget
.ill about it, get down to business,
and prepare tor tour years of pro
perity an'l the greatest develop
ment Central Otcgon has ever c.v
If You are Over Fifty Read This
Mot people )Mt tuiMtc-aee suffer
from Unfile vnjiil bltxlilcrdironlrrs which
Wallet.' tt.lt.M. Um1I.1. ... 1.1 ..(IPV
Stop the tlraiit on the luiitv ami ntorJ
needed lre iiKtlt ami visor Commcucv"
Uklng I'olrv's Kimicy Uctucily tol)' t
C. v. Aicrriu, iirueci!.
.0tA Cnr ti!.. Prnttir..t r. Iltivtmt
to acre on rav nlaco this siasonl
'-'specially adapted to this soil and
climate Can Ik: sold in spnug or
fall. Is .'tilMcss and shells out'
like wheat! Will haw about 60
bushels seed for sale. First cctne
first served. Five cents per pound.
C L. 1AT0K.
33-36 Madras, Oregon.
Pleased with The Uutletln.
Am.-i.s-, Minn., Oct U, 190s. IM
itor The Dlltinl Itend, Or.-Dear
Sir: Kudosed f!a find iotl mon
ey order for l.. as wWrifrtion to
vonr pajwr. I lure receivvd thtce
copies of The Bulletin. I am very
much ptel "'til your paper, and
did not expect to rind a paper like
jours !h a town o miles from a rail
road. ' .
It malccs me feel good :ct.Kw that H
the railroad iiwh are Retting busy. I
wish I uerc out there tliU winter ami
I may con4r yet. I want to sell my
farm lure tieore I come if 1 can. I
bought krut'east of Bewl recently, in
jj.17.12. I want to get oat there and
help develop that country. Vourt
V. A. Woot.K.
,D0 YOU WANT A,
When You Paint
buildings, inside or out
side, if you desire the
very best results at the
least expense you
A Letter ot l.planatlon.
Your readers will u number an
.uttklc that appealed 111 your p.ip-.r
last September and several p.incrs
of the Vallev, also tlie Origouian,
in itgaid to the luicksons ul Crook
county being arrested for hore
stealing. It read. "Father and son
arrested while trying to dispose of
stolen' horses," etc.
Now tl.e facts ate that v,n a
niali'inus prosecution and hothing!
else 1 lie complaint was the lar
x'tiy of n gelding, sworn to by M.
K. Higgs of l'riuevillc, Oregon.
This warrant was otdctcd issued
by W. A. Hell, special deputy dis
trict nttornev. and was issued with
out an affidavit being made by any
person, that I ever had or ever saw
the horse, and when I was brought
back here Mr. HigdSMicver nude an
effort to prove that I evet had seen
the horse. The fact is he followed
me to Ueud and everyone toll him
that I had no horse with me of that
description, but as usual Mr. Higgs
was the cats-paw for someone else
M K IligS told me that he
would not have had me arrested il
it had not been for certain parties
talking to him. Hut I notice he
did not have any of those "certain
parties ou the witness stand.
1 his I believe was done to pre
vent us from getting our stolen
horse from the valley in time for
this last term of court. We did
manage to get the hutse nnd the
man that bought him subpoenaed
over before the grand jury. I had
all kinds of trouble to get U'fure
the t'raiid jury at all. In the lirst
place I tried to get my witnesses
subpoeiised from the valley and
could not do it, ntid the week before
court I tried atfJiu to get my wit
nesses and conU not, nnd during
court I tried again and fai.nl ami
the district attorney told me I u'.ts
too late. Then I went before the
grand jury and demanded that my
witnesses bo subpoenaed. It was
itnpoafcibie to get our cae in court
before the circuit judge where we
knew we would have a fair deal.
W. A. Ikll. deputy district at tor
ney, tsued the ttbpoeun for the
horse and man, therefore knew in
ide of tlie cms. , Then when
went to him for counsel 111 this case
during court he said he was conn
el for the thief, apd yet he also ap
peared before the grand jury as at
torney for the state. Now if any
one takes exception to this article I
might explain things a little more
fully. C. II. Kxickso.v.
If you suffer from constipation and
liter trouble Foley's Oritto I.aallv will
rur ou permanently by stimnlaliuK the
diucstive organs m I bey will act natur
ally. Holey' On no laxative does not
Uri. i pleasant to tyke ami you do no.
have to take laaa'ise iwlinuallv after
taking Oritto. Why eowtinua to Ik.- tlie
&!al of tnlltf Ar.t f at,!c.!4. W Mr.
J rill, d'UKgiftt.
j N o r I C H.
".-U.NGK OV COKPORATK NAalK."
! Tlie name ol "The Baldwin farm." a
j corrilioB..ltas been duly (-banged to
'i en rur Kaorir: ny inc nil
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On tVcn liomo tnblc tlicio litay be seized every clay a nlnlc of n'-re,
healthful, delicious hol-biscuits by following the "CLEVELAND" Cook..
There is no economy in saving a few cents by unrig Alum .Baking
Powders. The cheap alum baking powders work sure injury to thr health.
Enjoy the purest of home" cooking by using
m A iff Mi jjtss4?
Made frofi a Sfrlor grade or Pure Crcatu of Tartar,
E. A. SATHER.
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SOLD AND Gl'AKANTIiKU 11V
S. C. CALDWELL
by toe flltui H sumac
inentary aril las. of inmnwMUton (or
that par note n Hf oJBce at fti. Saerc
Ury of Sukta oh tlie 16O1 day i October,
iyj8, ail in tile oIBcc of the ..Clerk of
llullnoiwah Couuly, on the J9th,(tay of
October. Ijo. A. P. HiLKJ, .
I', f) Iou,uvg,
C. I.. JUTu.v,
iVU JKSSH STIAKK8,
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OI'l'UX IN UANK tlt'tUIIM.,
U. C. COE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
OPFICXOYUK A?,':i .. '
ail llinbt Cclcphonc Conitccttw
DAY TliUtl'ltOXX NO. 2t
First Naliondl Btnl,
Capital, SurphK And Undivided
a. V. .torn
T. M Uldxm
Cend-Shaniko Livery & Stage Company
J. "II. WHNANDV, iVop.
Nriw CdvereU Sth'es between Gsncl itui Slinnlkc
, , ALSO .
I.ivcf) and Peed Stables at Shaniho, iMndrns mid llcntl.
We run our rigs lh pleaio Iho public,
Stages lojtve each ay every day.
Rigs to .Ml parts of Contra! Orofpn. Careful drivers furr.ioHcd
Special Attention Givers to Express and Baggage.
A. li. I'l-TI'RSUN,
I'rvcion, ami Snu Precious Kl'iea
Met and Iiwclry of ull kintls maW to
j onlvr ami kt-paueil. Work AM .
I rau ullt tm w li HkIIi Hwnctr. Bui', 1
Softer JVinl . rnttilirc.t lu" ral Aulrlajr.
HENltV L. WIIITSETT
Jfo.rsc Shoeing and
. lI.OW WOKK
first Clacs Work Uuarnntcct'.
Itcatml tn tlie oM Slirlil.in slion.
A orvs lenillnc kl'li
Oaeof the wost t;rattfing re
Ms of the election is the wctorj,
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E. A. SATHER
V Full Una of drpecrics, Dry
Qoods and Hardware uhvu-s on
rtulckjf ararut) I oiir opti Utn net
u...f kiiiiv 11 ir i .'!''.
liuii..lnrtlin-1'J.lw ilJ HtNOtOC
...t f.M. lll.la.1 iiiil f tut tmtliti
if.ila IAkll ll.nrtjtftl SlUllfl
li iid AtotmplHin luaj
I wciirr mi
roftitit ii '. u
X on I'Mtuii
A Lu. ricelr
tfttUt wAUt, "Hhoul cinrwe, lu ma
XlaSjU n-!f lllaitl4 !' Mirs r -r.
iliA u r r.r M1nuu l"ni4l. Tkciu, U m
MtJHS & Co "j New York
IIIJST WORK (H'AIlANTI'.I'.l).
I'ncts from jjr to f i.oo.
f.eae smvi at l'ltie Tree Store
1 J) JI.WAORMI.V, . IIinu. OUKOOf
Farm or Business
si. Not csrtlenlsr sbost locst!on.
" f" '? p.sr ttoux owns oulr wlia
will sell Airmel Ifllmvir. flTv nrl.
dticrlptloq sod list wiiea MlliiJluu
LbkvniuM. Ut n
Udfitt, N T.
iMtVMrramaSanysv (Cuui i ruj nunsTinyym c
r Aso rat 1a..
- v jrJ' jjuu-
mug to take a
1 . . fZi
. 1- f-n
1 v Mill !
--Ul s.mi 1 rTV i
" Sl J Jm
l' ! .ifo, von will tt.mt
In la; pfH-K' iiinpxl
unit i iiatlcr p.iiaplicr
tulia. That uiratiK traicl
in uacd, sun cflHca. urips
lul frniiLu I l..i . i i..:l ,
; line ot tlitso. and if oti art '
in nccl of any of tluin I
i an aupply ur waiita A
number ol good, MiUtnnti.il
Trunks and Suit Cases
ht a price iti'ttf in faf Mh to you i.ixl to ,...
nltiR ou t tr'p, co.ii.' in ami lonk ovir liat I
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Ii'oii arc plan-lia-.,
WHEN IN BUND STOP AT
THE PILOT BNTTE-iNN
Table always auppllad with the bott thai iht io.ii'ifford.
Neat and Comfortable. I'oomo. tivv,, ntm.i
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Life Insurance Company
. ANNUAL DIVIDENDS
i Nearly 300 SATISFIED Pollcj holders In Cnoh County.
45 I3' O. MINOR-, Resident Agent '
atiMfcatw r iifatsaj