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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 24, 1909)
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a Good Store?
Kvcryboily lini their own idea of wlint a
"rooiI More" really is. I wnut to tell
you wlml I tliluk aUnit it mid kcc how
near I can come to your Ideu.
A GOOD STOKE In one tlmt buys the right goods
mid will tlicin nt u rcnionnblc profit a store
that Mauds ready to cheerfully correct uny mlv
takes that may happen and will refund the
money nt once on nil purchases that nrc not
satisfactory and do it without grumbling.
A GOOD STORK Is n store that looks out for
"Trifles Make Perfection and
Perfection fa no Trifle."
A GOOD STORE is a store thnl is kept neat nnd
clean the stocks well arranged and in order
the goods marked' in plain figures and ONI!
I'KICK made to all.
A GOOD SToRE is one where the clerks are
prompt to attend to your wants arc courteous
nnd K)litc at all times and arc ready aud wil
ling to show you the goods.
This is my idea of what makes a good
store and thU is the way I try to run my
store. I would like to have you tell me
what you would do if you tried to run
"A GOOD STOKU."
The Big Store
A. M. Drake will go to Portland
on business the last of this week.
Klwood Roberts of near Sisters
was over to attend the dunce Mon
day. Ilrostcrhous Hroi. have begun
work on W. H. Stouts' fine new
Joe Huckhol. returned Friday
night from u visit at the old home
In the Uait.
New baritone nnd alto horns
have been purchnbed recently by
the baud boys.
Grover Cnldwell of Rostand was
one of the dancers at the big barn
dance last Monday.
I.. II. McCanu has leased, for
a year, the Sherwood farm one
mile northeast of Iieud.
The D. I. & I'. Co. construction
camp has recently Iwen moved to
near the old Ileudricksnn place on
the Prineville road. Aliout 30 men
nre now employed In the crew.
$4.00 Per Card, Delivered.
$3.50 Per Cord, Delivered.
r. M, CAfcTER..
oi the Corner
Mr. and Mrs. O'Kourk of Ros
tand were in attendance at the barn
warming Monday evening.
We handle the geuufuc A. A.
Cutter shoe.". Send to us for your
size. l'oiorim & Hvnit, Prlnevllle.
Mrs. Herring his purchased the
Steele property oil Wall street now
occupied by her with her bakery.
(j. l'. and led Meeker were
among the I.aidlaw delegation at
the barn warming Monday evening.
The Whatsoever!) will meet next
Tetisday afternoon with Mrs. H. C.
Hills. Work and Important busi
ness. Our spring suits have arrived.
We will be pleased to scud you one
on approval. I'osthk & IIviw,
Prineville. .(8-5 1
R. M. Ulder aud family are mov
ing on to their ditch laud east of
Demi, after speudlng the fall and
winter in town.
Geo. Hobbti was among the
ranchers in Betid on ' business yes
tcrdny, and reports that he Is busy
with the spring plowing,
The family of Win. Reynolds
came In lust week from L Grande
and have joined Mr. Reynolds on
his lnud northeast of Bend.
Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothes
are sold by the one up to date cloth
ing house In Crook comity, at Fos
ter & Hyd.-'s, Prineville. 48-51
r t-. ittit .Tr-tt.ii;.:
l'otey'o Oritm Laxntlvo cure consti
pation and lier trouble nnd make the
UtweU healthy and reeuUr. Orlno U
suiierior to nma ami tnbieta aj
not grlrmor imiuente. Why
thluij else? Dciul Drue Co.
A small crop of trout flics were
outt along the Deschutes at nnd
near Mend during the past few days
nnd the trout have been "jumping."
A. I). Unlnes left Thursday
morning for Kugcne to look over-
that hustling city aud sec how he
likes it there. The family will re
main in fiend.
Milt and Klwood Roberts were
in town last Saturda) attending to
business matters. It Is understood
that they will move to Dend soon
from their fine ranch in the Gist
I nta now ngent for the De Laval
cream separator, and have one of
these machines iir stock. Step in
and examine it. They arc a great
convenience nnd money saver for
the dairyman. Ii.A. Satiikv. 21K
A. Ilarrym.in has given a con
tract to Henry Hedges for the
building of a house on Mr. Harry
man's land two miles cast of Iteiid
on the Prineville road. The build
ing will be a five room house,
Work on J. II. Wcnandy's new
barn is progressing with due dili
gence, and Mr. Wenandy cxcts
to be able to move in during the
coining week. As the plans showed,
as given in The Bulletin a few
weeks ago, the barn will be one of
the largest and best in Ccntial
L. II. Charles nnd C. W. Rice
were in Bend last Thursday on their
way to Newberg from their homes
in the Port Rock country. They
report that a large number of set
tlers arc moving into thut section
nnd taking up homesteads, and
state that practically all the land
about the Rock will be taken up
A Mr. Long of Tacoma has been
in the Bend country during the
past week looking over thin section.
He has traveled over a larpe part
of Washington and Idaho looking
(or a country in which to locate,
and says that the lkud country
suits him better than anything he
has seen. He plans to move here
aud make his home.
J. N. Hunter has suggested that
clltions be circulated through the
various towns of this section and
many nignatuics secured thereto,
said petition being addressed to the
Oregon delegation in congress and
asking them to use their influence
to secure the approval of Harri-
man's right of way maps on the
Deschutes. If Harrimau is bluff
ing, this action might show his
hand; and if he intends to make
good, the Oregon delegation might
be able to hurry up the approval of
the maps. The petition idea is a
Prauk Orcutt and his mother re
turned Thursday evening from
spending the fall and winter at
Payette, Idaho. That is a great
fruit section and Mr. Orcutt says
large sums of money are being made
from orchards thereabouts. He
picked fruit for one man who sold
7,300 boxes of apples from a nine
acre orchard, nnd the proprietor
claimed tbnt he cleared $3.00 a box
ou the crop, or a profu of $14,600
from nine acres. Mnny believe
tbnt the Bend country will produce
as fine whiter apples as ate grown
anywhere when our orchards come
Into bearing, mid the above gives
one a fair idea what Bend country
land will be worth when that time
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Heyburu are
moving onto their up-river home
stead this week.
T. W. Trlplctt was sick in bed
eight days with la grippe but is up
anr1 about again.
Judrfc and Mrs. Kills were at
J.aidlaw Tuesday taking depositions
In the case of Gerkinu vs. Laid law.
I,. B Warner, a cousin of Klracr
Niswongcr, arrived last Friday from
the Hast for nn extended stuy in
J II. Kellcy reports that II. H.
Davies is laid up with rheumatism
at I,o Angeles, where be went
several weeks ago ou u mid-winter
Henry Hedges recently sold n
loo-loot lot in Lytic o J. M. Dob
bins for $550. It is understood
that Mr. Dobbins plans to put up a
houitc on the lot soon Mr Hedges
ulo sold an adjoining 50-foot lot to
J nines Brecu, consideration $250.
Miss Katie Duusmorc has accept
ed a position ij stenographer with
the D. I. & P. Co. in Bend. The
Prineville Review ays: "She will
be greatly missed by her larpc cir
cle of you iik friends here, with
whom she was deservedly popular."
The Bend Drug Corntany, com
posed of two or three local business
men, took over the Merrill drug
store Monday, and the business is
now in charge of J. D. Davidson
nnd T. W. Trlplctt. The Bulletin
wishes the new firm success, and
there is no d mbt that it will be
given a liberal patronage.
Mrs. Henry Hedges has been
called to Plaiufkld. III., by the
serious illness of her only brother,
Geo. W. Plagg, who is not expect
ed to live. A Plaiuview paper re
cviitly printed a cut of Mr. Plagg
and. told about his giving to his two
sons, the first of the year, a valu
able Gio-acrc stock farm worth close
to f 100,000. He has considerable
other procrty and is rated as a
very wealthy man.
Last Monday night the residence
of Prank Kulp was burned at Mad
ras with everything that the house
coutained. Their loss includes an
expensive piano and everything
that they had, leaving them only
the clothes that they were wearing
at the time. Mr. Kulp was in Bend
aud Mrs. Kulp was at a dance when
the fire occurred. Mr. Kulp is a
brother of Mrs. J, II. Wcuandy,
and he and his wife were in Bend
for some time last summer.
The Bend band have the work
cut out for them uow of raising the
.salary for their new instructor, K.
C. Thorne, formerly of Myrtle
Point. They plan to give n dance
in Lara hall on the evening of
March 17, und of course nre verv
desirous that there be a liberal at
tendance. In view of the fact that
the town is assured one of the best
bauds in Central Oregon, it is only
fair tha.t the people turn out and
patronize the boys liberally,
A common remark at the barn
warmlm: Monday night was that
Mr. Wenandy would be culled up
on frequently for the tine of his loft
in which to hold a dance. He said
it could undoubtedly be arranged
a;t certain times of the year to use
the loft for a dunce or two by al
lowing the supply of buy on hand
to run low suy, just letore harvest
and then clean out the center of
the Imn, which would leave a fine
large hall in which to dunce.
t'otey'a Honey and Tar clean the air
ruuuies, to the irritation hi the
thtoat.'toothctthe Inflamed membranes,
and the most obstinate conli ilUaptKarJ
Sore and Inflamed lung are healed and
sttciiKtheiied, and the cold la expelled
from the aVktem, Refute any but the
kitenulne in the yellow package. Ueml
It Shines Here.
We knew d man once who said
he remembers his father saying he
knew n man who remembers when
the bun shone. It is hard to believe
all you hear. Coos Bay Harbor.
Better come over to the Bend,
When You Need
Modern, Neat and Servlcable
Seeds That Grow!
THAT'S WHAT YOU WANT AND THAT'S
WHAT I'VK GOT. THKRKPORK. BUY OP
Ml!. A LAKGK SUPPLY ON HAND OP
Alfalfa, Clover and Timothy Seal.
ALSO A PULL LINK OP GARDEN SKKDS.
Something to Make the liens Lay.
That would mean money in your pocket. Mr l'oultrymati, nt the
prevailing price ol egK In thla acction. I'KHSI! G HOUND OR I'. KM
IIONH AND bltHI.I. will increate the number of egK yon "harvest"
dally. I hate the ground bone and tliell for aale.
S. C. CALDWELL.
BendShaniko Livery S Stage Company
J. II. WENANDY, Prop.
M. Olvln, Agent, Shaniko
New Covered Stages between Bend and Shaniko
Livery and Feed Stables at Shaniko, Madras ami Bern).
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 and B?t3gage.
The Central Oregon
Banking (8b Trust Company
CAPITAL $25,000 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 SATISFIGD Policyholders in Crook County.
I 3-45 h " M'NOk.
WHEN IN BEND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Tabla alwaya aupplied with the beat that the town afford.
Neat and Comfortable Rooms. Bund, OruGON
HENRY L. WHITSETT
Horse Shoeing and
First Class Work Guaranteed.
I.orxlfil in tin nM Shelitnn shoo.
H Poland H
0 Chinas 0
Q Duroc 0
S Jerseys S
Black LaiiKslian Chickens.
E. C. PAIK, RedmonU.Or.
on MILLARD TRIPLETT
Harness and SaUcUery
Trunks and Valises
Dcsckutes Lodge No. 113
Knights of Pythias
Renular meeting lhj occotul and ftmrtU
Wednesdays of each month. Vli'ltnj;
knights alwaya welcome.
Ciias. I Hkqwn, C, C.
Cius. I). Rowit K. R, & s.
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