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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1908)
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DO YOU KNOW that theniercliant
who gives prices in hlsiulvertlse-
I mcnls Is constantly INVITING
YOU to COMPARE those prices with
the prices of every store in town. Illi
A1UST ABSOLUTELY KNOW that
those PRICES ARE RIGHT or every ad
vertisement would lose business for
him in place of increasing it. He not
only NAA1ES HIS PRICES TO YOU but
to every merchant in lie nil and neigh
boring towns and consequently those
prices A1UST HE AS LOW as the goods
could possibly be sold for.
HE ADVERTISES his prices be
cause He has ABSOLUTE CONFI
DENCE In HIS GOODS and HIS
PRICES--he has nothing to conceal--the
price named is not a special price
for the few but Is for the BENEFIT
'llilnU this over find then decide whether you
wnnt to trnilc nt the store (lint bus confidence
vnotiKli in their Roods mid pi Ices to advertise
them or with one that tins not.
The (tore thnt advertises constantly tins
the sign out
Ttlll AIIOVI! SKIN IS AI.WAVS OUF
AT MY SI OHM
FRIDAY uinl -SAT-
Extra Heavy Cotton Illnnket, voft fleecy
u) 72x78 inches in din, white, gray or
tun, tutortttl fancy bonier. These blank
et ltnve ithvnjs otl for $1 jj n p.ilr.
My prke or Thurs. I'll, ft Sat. only, Pair,
A. M. LARA
r "Ho Sells for Cash at, a Little Less.m
( BEND, OREGON,
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Pacific Her-,? Ltfllmcrt In r.rcparcd
etprcMl) lur Hie ncvJ' ul h(rc.wnunt
riiutimcu. .11 1 a pimuful aud yens-
(ntini iitwitiii. a rvmcu loruncrccn.
cits. A n.illilii rc.Nru.otiin lor lh
rclltl ol mm, nil J I'm (- I li.vncnt lor
"Yjiralnt anJ uurcs.T UntqiialcJ (or
curing tlie wound onJ uurlcs Ol
llAKUCD WIKIi and lr licolini cuts.
tbraflons Korea and trulsc i'ticKIc
Iforse LMnicnt h lul'y Ri'artntccd.
No oilier I1 to enoJ or hcl;tlnl In mi ninny
v. ays. IIIHnll:lncnilil),tfnuihori:
oil dcslcrs'lo rclunJ the puntiao price.
w CT VPCC Itmil fl'Tf ccmj v
HOVT CltMICL CO, otu.p, 0C.
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J. B HOVT CItMICL CO, cn
f LUOOKLUli r&lE&
, . tnktfi Up, , (
Came to my pasture about July
fS liiNt,' yinrlitiK steer with both
eiirs clipped nud split J also brntul
(hi rlKht hip hut cannot tell what it
is, .Owner enn .liaVc name by pay.
'nj; Tor thia notice and damages.
13.40 UieuAKD Kino,
V. 0. lrorllintn of Hoslntnl was
n Hentl caller on .Saturday last.
Uev. Moore will occupy the pul
pit of the Ilaptist church next Sun
day, both morning and evening.
Mrs. J, K. Sawhill and two sous
will leave 1'riday for up extended
visit with relatives in Uuj Uast. .
lfrcsh bread for bale ct the lilot
Hutte Inn, bnked evqry day: also
honicinade mince meat. 33-36 ,
Mrs. V. P. Vandsvert has moved
down from the ranch to spend the
winter with the. children in towU.
Clius. I,. Witncr was looking af
ter business matters in lletid Satur
day from the Star Katicli ntTuiual.
I. N. Mdrtln, of the V. I, &.I.J
Co. office forcei is enjoying n vit,it
from his b,ro,thyr,, Qeortje C. Mar-
U 1 , . ;
Have .you .read f A. ( M. Iara'a
new ad. in thfa issue He Rives
you some stora arGumeuts, that are
facts. ,i , .
J. I. TaloJ of Wooilburii, Ore
gon, was at .Uenrt the Brit pf thb
.week Joo?;(ug over latjd. in ,ithi.s
J, K, Pawbill Una beeu spendin
the rii'.l of the neck in town, hav
ing come down from the homeMcad
on the upper river.
V J. Iluckley wai up from Iced
inniid H.iturduv ntteiidiug to 1iusi
iicvs niiitu-is The ISulletiu ck
110 v It-ii j.: k a pleasiiut cull.
Now is the time to lay in vour
winter'-i supply of npplra. We have
them lour vnritties t 2.75 a
box -KM.1.11V & AitiKiiioit. 3tf
Cut K11I011. Roco Howard and
I? A. Gut were MicceHtftil lJitn
rods last week Thcv bflgiscd a
biK iirnvvti bear over on the Tumalo,
J llatimgnrtner is a recent comer
to t litc pints who has moved onto
ditch land cut of town and is im
proving ii He owns an eighty,
the W'i of theSHX Sec. 2-1812
Mr ami Mrs. W. 1. Myers of
t.aldlaw were railing in Hend yes
terday W 1. still insists that the
Corvallis &. ljtihtern will be the
first railroad built into this section.
Work started Monday on open
ing the new road between Hend
nud I aidlmv under the direction of
Koad Supervisor Richardson. It is
expected to require about two weeks
to finish the job.
Mr InvcII. father of Mrs. Ralph
Dunn, bus arrived here from Wash
ington and has none to work on
the Arnold ditch. His wife hns a
desert claim nithcast of Ho ml that
will he watered by this system.
I am now agent for the Del.aval
cream separator, and have one of
these machjues in stock. Step in
and examine it. They arc a great
convenience and money saver for
the dairyman. 1J.A. Satiikk. 2ttl
The work of sawinp lumber for
the Swallcy flume has been delayed
a few das by an accident that hap
peiicd to the engine that is to be
lu.scd to run the sawmill. As they
were bringing it across the desert
i the axle broke, which will delay
them about a week.
A. ir. Shiremau has secured an
assignment from W. !. Ferguson
for 1C0 acres of the former Callihau
place, am! next spring will begin
the development of it. He plans
to remain in town during the win
ter. This place will be watered by
the Arnold ditch. ,
Jas. Hcuham was in Bend Mon
day looking after business matters.
Ife reports that he has just finished
building a lateral from the Swallcy
ditch to the land owned by Miss
I.aura Handel near Iiidlaw and
turned iu the water for the flisl
time the first' of the week.
A party consistinc of Mrs. Uos
coe Howard's mother, Mrs. Coe,
and Mrs. J. K. Sawhill and two
sons will leave Friday for the rail
road iu the Howard automobile.
Mrs. Sawhill will go Hast for a
visit, and the other ladies will pro
ceed to their homes iu California.
On December 12 there will be
sold at auction at l'rineville a cer
tain amount of the stock of liquor
owned by A. U. Kstebeuet. The
sale will be conducted by Sheriff
Klkins and will be made iu order to
satisfy a judgment of $390 in be
half of V, J. Van SchuyverS: Company.
Mr. and Mrs. John K.RynncauiW
down from their home above Hehu
this wctk accompanied by Miss
Marian Myers, who is on her way
hack to her home in Sail Francisco.
Miss Iva West, wjio w,as also iu
the partyi goes to Portland to con
tinue her musical studies. l'rine
Mrs. A. M. Ivara returned Mow
day evening from J'ortlaud where
sbe had gone to meet Mr. Lara's
father on His way to Hend. Mr.
I,ara( 3r., was unexpectedly de
tained aifd was unable to come iu
If s?ol are Over Fifty Rend This
Mr' neontc natt inldillc.ni'e suffer
from kiiliitiyuiiil Uliuliler ilironlem which
Folcv't, Kidney Remedy oild 'uhvI
tiui uu Hum in, iiiAviiuiuy mm restore
needed ftrength oiut visor. Couiinciice
Inking I'lilcy'a Kidney Remedy today.
v, y. iumw, urui.-i'isi
nt thr time. He is expected tt
make the visit later, probably abxAit
the 1st of December.
Kdwin Sathcr met with 'lithe a
painful accident last Saturday. The
horse he was riding fell nud rolled
over him, injuring the left side of
his face quite seriously. It is bad
ly scratched and swollen, and the
left eye is swollen and bloodsb6t.
However, a few dajs will make
him ns MMitnl as evtr.
There is considerable discussion
these days about calling an elec
tion for the purpose of allowing the
residents of Lytic an opportunity
to vote on the question of adding
the towusitc of Lytic to lieud as an
addition to the Hend towusitc.
That should certainly be done.
There is really but one town here,
and these outlying districts should
become a part of Jlcud.
The Ladies Library Club will
give a social iu Lara hall on
Thanksgiving night, the 20th.
Committees have Lecti appointed to
sec that everybody has a good time,
there will be games nud means of
amusement iu which all may en
gage, and if anything is assured it
is that you will have an enjoyable
evening if you attend. Refresh
ments will be served, and the ad
mission will be 25c.
Win. J , F'tucy and Iilraer Worm
stafTarc three enterprising farmers
who have purchased land a few
miles cast of Hend and have moved
thereon. They own, between them,
the Ki of the NE; and the Ej
of the Sli '4' , Sec. 2-18-12. F.tney
and Iiluier have each built a house
and barn on their tracts, and other
improvements will follow as rapidly
as thc)".iu be made. We arc glad
to ice so many new comers moving
into these parts and The Bulletin
exteuds a warm welcome.
Ocatlt of George Aune.
George Christian Aune, sou of
Arnt and Anna Aune, passed away
at the home iu Hend last Saturday
evening at 9.30 o'clock, aged 33
years. Funeral services were held
Monday afternoon from the-Baptist
church, Rev. Mitchell officiating,
with a large number of sympathiz
ing friends iu attendance. Inter
ment was made in the Hend cem
The deceased had suffered for
some time with ttilicrculosis, which,
combined with cancer ol the throat.
dually caused his death The sor
rowing father and mother and other
relativeji'have the sincere sympathy
of the community in their tad be
reavement. Winter blU, cmntnjj pneumonia.
iilcurUy ml rtmtuiuptiou mil tuou lc
licrv. Cur ur coiijtlt now, mid j
ttn-iii;tlieiiyoiirIuti, with l:o!cy Money
uiul Tar. Do not iikk marline: the win- i
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ivr nun wvtik uiujn. uiivii i-uic uu- .
cy and Tar will euro the 11101 olwtlnatc j
(V1111.I14 nml roMii nml lirptellt ftcriouft
results. C. W. Merrill. drucKi.t.
trade for driving pony.
most new; cost 65.00.
: Vi Pr MYKK-vLaidlaw, Or,
buildings, inside or out
side, iPyoti desire tlid
vcfyest'srefiults at 'tlie
lc?'ft'ct expense you
should us'f t
I V fill for ' '
LMil 11 1 ,11, nt1t onrrlc l,3.l
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A Full Line of Orocrles, Dry
Qoods ttnd Hardware always on
As Well as every business mhn 'ho'ild
have a bank account
Bechtisei .ur mony s in e t?lin
Paying ycur bills by check Is Mlw
simplest and most convjenient method.
Your check becomes a Voucher for the
debt it pays.
It gives you a better standing with business
Money iu the bank strengthens your credit.
A bank account teaches, helps and encour
ages you to save. , c
This bank docs all the bookkeeping.
.. , Your bank book is a recod cf your business.
To those desiring Banking Connections with, a Weil
established Bahk, we extend out services.
The Central Oregon Ranking (Ifc
John S tejdl Lumberman and Timber Ortner,
U. 0. Cob I'llyilclan and Surgeon.
F. F. Smith - I.umbervttit.
E. A. Saltier Merchant..?.
H. E.Allen CalW
A Complete Stock of
Rough, Surfaced and Moulded
All Widths! Lengths and Thicknesses
T. & G. FLOORING
O. G. BASEBOARD
O. G. BATTINS
P. B. D. PATENT ROOFING
The Lauds of
The D. I. fi P.
CUSTOM FEED MILL IN CONNECTION.
14 .Central Oregon .. .
DO YOU WANT A, -S!S?as.
VTtl . T
Township plats for sate at this
office, two shes, 3' and 6 Inches
v . j.
' fUOHN LEdAT
Uriinoss and Saddlen