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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 17, 1909)
THIS IS AN ADVER
1 don't want you to make a
mistake and think it to railroad
news. But I do want you to
read It just the same.
A. M. Lara.
MTTI.K over a year ao I had a dicker
with n ttiun in Portland named Sabine. I
j;ot the bent of him urn! took wlmt wmh left
of the Hcnd Mercantile Co. He thought
he not the best of me mid I k"cm he is
f IniiKhiiiK yet.
y I Well, I tnndc up my mind that I was
KoIiik to run n better store than the old
I). M. Co. did u little Iwttcr store than anybody else
in Bend did in fact, a little the best store in this part
of the country.
I spread some paint around here and there until
the store looked sonic better. Then I put in the
kind of n stock that I thought the people wanted. I
Klicss I must huve jtit about hit it, because they have
been wanting it ever since
I tried to give everybody a square detl to give
a dollars worth of goods for every dollar left in my
store and I gueM I did, because they keep coming
back right along to get that suntc square deal right
I guaranteed my goods to be just what I said
they wcrt to be just what you want or you could
get your money back and no questions stilted. A good
many times I have been asked how I could do it. It
is easy enough. I buy goods that I feel sure are
absolutely right sell them at a reasonable profit and
then they don't come back. "They stay sold" and you
I guess the people out here haven't been ustd
to that kind of treatment teforc at least that is what
a good many told me but they seemed to like it.
Any way, my business lust year was just four times
what I cxcctcd it would be. A good many people
like my way of doing business. I want YOU to like it.
I want you to come in and see me perhaps you can telj
me how I can run a letter store this year than I did last.
Anyway, I would like to hove YOU tell MU
what YOU think about it.
The Big Store cm the Corner
i 1 1
Geo. Hobbs wni a llend visitor
Judge IUlis drove over to l'riue
CIiuk. I.. Wlmcr'was transacting
business in town Tuesday.
l'retl Wallace of I.nidlaw was In
Iknd Monday and Tuesday.
A. M. Drake Iihm been in Prlnc
vlllc during the past week nml will
arrive in llend tonight.
Wc handle the genuine A. A.
Cutter sliocc. Send to uh for your
bie. I'o.vntu & llYDii, I'rineville.
C. W. Kichie, the Koslund mer
chant and real eslite uiiiii, was
transacting business in llend Friday.
loley'a Honey and Tar el-ar the air
Muuuct, stops (lie Irrtlatiun in nic
tlttoat, soothe the Inflamed meintiiatiei,
nml the most obstinate coimlidlappeari.
Sore ami Inflamed tiuign are healed and
ttrenutheiicd, and the cold It expelled
Irom the system. Refuse any but the
genuine In the yellow package. llend
Our spring suits have arrived -Wc
will be pleased to send you one
on approval. FosntR & Jlvnil,
The Bend Ilulletlu comes to us
this week in "whizzin" shape. Of
all the interior papers it is one of
the best. Lakeview Herald.
I,. 1'ox has rented the house now
occupied by Mr. and Mrs. V. V
Smith and will move his family
here from IiGramle in a few weeks.
M. J. Kcllcy, representing T. H.
Shevliu, the limber buron, is expect
cd to arrive in llend soon for a stay
of some time. He will be accom
panied by Mrs. Kelley.
D. I,. McKay, nccompattled by
his sous, Frank and Clyde, have
been In llend during the past week
attending to business mutters aud
visiting with Joe McKay.-
The postoflice was moved into
the new building last week, The
new building is a fine one for that
purpose, and provides commodious
quarters for Uncle Sam's business
I am prepared to do ull kiuds of
family and gentleman's laundry
work. Wagon will call lit nn
part of town every Monday morn
ing. Please call on inc. Mrs. O.
II. J'.ricksou. -I7-49
Mrs. John H. Kyan and Miss
Marian Myers departed Tuesday
(or the railroad. MjM Myers is on
her way to her home in San Fran
cisco, and Mrs Ryan will visit in;
P. II. Poindcxtcr has arranged to
give a grand mask skuting carni
val in Weuandy'n new barn on the
evening of Feb. 34. Ikitcr plan to
attend and see something new in
the history of llend,
C. W. Allen of Laidlaw and Miss
Florence Scabury were married Inst
Sunday nflcrnoon at Laidlaw, Judge
Hills officiating. The wedding was
a very quiet affair, otilv a few
friends being present.
I am now agent (or the DcLaval
cream separator, and have one of
these machine's in stock. Step in
and exumine it. They arc u great
convenience and money saver for
the dairyman. K.A. Sathhk. sitl
Bishop Paddock. Hplscoual bish
op of Kastcrn Oregon, will be in
Iknd to hold services on February
28. He will probably be here
two or tlucc days. M ore
complete announcements will be
J. II. Dean was over from his
homestead in the Sisters country
last Saturday. He is taking a
ditch out of Ttimalo creek with
which to irrigate 35 acres of his
homestead, and says he will have
the ditch completed in about a
couple of weeks.
C. II. Turner, who has had a
lcaic of the Pilot Iluttc Inn for the
past few months, left for Portland
something over a week ago, and it
is now understood he has skipped
out leaving several bills unpaid.
A. C. Lucas has taken back the
hotel and is conducting it as usual.
The entertainment given by the
Whatsoever Monday evening was
another pleasant evening for those
present. The "Six Cups of Choco
late" amused the audience while it
was being presented, and then the
grab begs, refreshments and social
hilarity helped to pass the time en
joyably. The net proceeds were
Deputy Grand Master T. M.
Baldwin and M. H. Think of I'rine
ville came over to Mend last Satur
day to deliver to Uend Masons their
dispensation from the grand lodge
and to start the local lodge in its
work. The Uend Lodge, U. D ,
A. F. & A. M., opened with F. 0.
Minor, Worshipful Master; U. C
Coe, Senior Warden; C. M. Red-
field, Junior Warden; C. M. Trip
!ctt, Senior Deacon; Millard Trip
let!, Junior Deacon; J. .1). David
son, Senior Steward; W. P. Vande
vert, Junior Steward; H. A Cast,
Secretary; C. W. Merrill, Treasur
er. Quite a large number of local
Masons were in attendance, a bun
quel was served in the hall, and n
very pleasant evening spent. The
Bend Masons will meet regularly
on the Thursday on or before the
full moon of each month.
Hart, Schaffncr & Marx clothes
arc sold by the one up to date cloth
ing house in Crook county, at Fos
ter & HvmVb, Prlneville. 48-51
II. G. Caldwell spent two or
three days in Bend the latter part
of Inst week from the Caldwell
ranch 011 Paulina creek six miles
this side of Holland. During the
recent unfavorable weather Mr.
Caldwell has been busy putting up
a new barn, aud now has a struc
ture 50x60 feet. The CuldwHN
put up a lot of luy each year from
this ranch, mostly wild hay, but
they report that redtop and timothy
do very well under irrigation. They
have built u dam at the ou'.lct of
Paulina lake by which they raise
the water of that hike several feet,
and use it during the summer to ir
rigate their huv land Mr. Cald
well is cuthusiustic over the section
in the vicinity of his home, and says
that when the railroad comes it
will be one of the finest stock and
dairy countries to be found any
where. The masquerade dance Friday
night was one of the pleasantest
events of the winter. A large
crowd attended, and some very
pretty and unique costumes were
worn by the maskers. The lailie'
grand prize went to Miss Cornelia'
Wilson, who was masked to repre
sent Mariha Washington Homer
lhgges uud C N. Martin were
IkXIi dressed to represent Moorish
knight and they were- allowed to
draw lots lor the gentlemen's prize,
Mr. Bogge.ss winning. The prizes
for the mo.st humorous characters
went to Harry Smith, u& Hippy
Hooligan, uud Mis Lily Lyueis., us
an Indian girl. Fred Lucas cap
tured the boys prize dressed as a
jockey, and Mrs. Ballard Giles the
girls prize, being dreseu to repre
sent a bat. The judges were Mrs.
Wiest, Mrs Flt.uuuricc and John
Steidl. The hull was very prettily
decorated, the Bend baud discoursed
sweet music, and everyone hud a
most enjoyable time. One of the
surprises of the evening was perpe
trated by the members of the baud,
who marched tutu the hall dressed,
iu most ridiculous outfits, to repre
sent the Ladles' Library Club, un
der whose uuspices the dance was
given. It was really the "hit of
the evening, aud was a surprise to
everyone The ladies cleared about
foo for the library.
When You Need
Modern, Neat and Servlcahle
Hay for Sale and
Farm to Lease.
We have some good rye and
wheat hay at $13 per ton in barn at
our farm one .mile northeast ol
Bend. Parties wjabing same may
call by phone or address us at Red
mond. We will lease the above
mentioned farm for one year on
good terms. Parties wishing same
may call up Sherwood Bros, or call
at Brown & Niswouger's office,
Bend, Or, Siikkwood Bros.
Frits, Rillikl. Curt
runlet ihutiltl Utt tli
FOR tO CENTS
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are but outward signs ol the oil
dose In secret by m) rlads ol dsa
Jrult terms Mpflftf the lite Moot!
otihQhatr. Micro Mils the para
site, soothes the Itcblox scalf,
lives lustre to the hair and steps
it falling oat Astojleapptkattefi
thes reiki aa4 proves Its worth.
Save yow hair btlore too late.
Micro prevents baldness. It Is a
deliihtlal drcssta for the hair,
free fros grease ami sticky oils.
Ask ottrdr Hfjlst for Iree boekkt
HOYT CHEMICAL CO.
$4.00 Per Cord, Delivered.
$3.50 Per Cord, Delivered.
F. M. CAR.TER..
Call on MILLARD TRIPLETT
Seeds That Grow!
THAT'S WHAT YOU WANT AND THAT'S
WHAT WE GOT. THEREFORE, JlUV OP
ME. A LARGE SUPPLY ON HAND OP
Alfalfa, Clover and Timothy Seed.
ALSO A PULL LINE OP GARDEN SEEDS.
Something to Make the Hens Lny.
Tint would inrmi money in vour prxkel. Mr PiMillryniiin, at ttie
nrcvHillni; nrirr ot eK In till tectlon FKKS1I GROUND ORI'.IiN
llON'H ANO SIIKM. will incrra the ntimljrrof cek you "Imrvmt"
lUlly. I line the ground bone anil thell for le.
S. C. CALDWELL.
BendSlianiko Livery &StageCompany
J. II. WENANDY, Prop.
M. Olvln, Agonl, Shanlko
New Covered Stages between Bend and Shanlko
Livery and Feed Stables at Shaniko, Madras and Bend.
Wc run our rigs to please the public.
Stages leave each way every day.
Rigs to all parts of Central Oregon. Careful drivers furnished
Special Attention Given, to Express eni Baggage.
The Central Oregon
Banking (8k Trust Company
CAPITAL $23,000 FULLY PAID.
3 and 4 per cent. Interest paid on Six
Months and One Year Time Deposits.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Life Insurance Company
Nearly 300 SATISFIED Policyholders In Crook County.
30-15 P. O. MINOR. Resident Agent
WHEN IN BEND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Table alway supplied with the best that the town afford.
Neat and Comfortable Rooms, Oknu, Okhgon
HENRY L. WHITSETT
Horse Shoeing and
First Class Work Guaranteed.
Lorain I in tin- nM Slirldon Omit,
H Poland H
0 Chinas 0
G Duroc Q
S Jerseys S
(Hack Laugshau Chickens.
E. C. PARK, Redmond.Or.
Harness and Saddlery
Trunks and Valises
Deschutes Lodge No. 113
Knights of Pythias
Regular nieetfliK (lie ecoiul and fourth
Wednesdays of each mouth, VliHtiiij;
knights always welcome.
Ciias. D Hrown, C. C.
Cius. n, Rowu K. U, & S,