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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1909)
When you ro into a more for the frnit time
Thcro's a Reason
WIicii you go back again the next day for something
There's a Reason
When yon make thnt store your regular place to Irmlc
Thcro's a Reason
When you tell your neighbors to trade at that More
There's a Reason
When yoti and your neighbor do the most of your
trading at that hanic store
There's a Reason
And the "KBASON" In gummed up in jmt one word
SATISFACTION Von arc natlified with the goods,
with the price, with the treatment you receive and
with the management of the store in neutral.
"TUB JUG STORK ON TIIK CORNIJR" has
given this feeling of "satisfaction" to hundreds of
customers since the doors were oxmcd n little over a
year ago. And ihit because I have had the
My goods arc all marked in plain figures and I
have one price to all and that price is strictly cash. A
store doing a credit btxlncvt cannot collect all of their
accounts. Thoic who DO pay their bills must help
pay for those who do not. Ilwv 'ou Cash at a
There's a Reason
Thurs., Fri. and
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These prices nre made to move these goods
quickly. My Spring and Summer line of Men's Fur
nishings will arrive this week and I need the room for
new goods. That's the Reason
The Big Store on the Corner
A. M. LARA
$4.00 Per Cord, Delivered.
$3,50 Per Cord, Delivered.
F. M. CARTER
New subscribers every week.
Win. Reynolds and R. II. Stoll,
who moved from LnCrande onto
ditch land near Ilcnd last December,
hiive taken the old logging engine
belonging to Henry I.inster and
hnve attached a donkey engine to
it. The new contrivance will be
used to pull junipers with and
promises to do firnt class work.
Mr. Reynolds claims he can develop
no horsepower and even more with
the engine, If desired, which ought
to snake out the junipers iu pretty
Miss Iuga Sathcr returned home
last Week after ft visit of several
weeks iu Portland.
After spending several weeks in
Bend, A. M. Drake left Saturday
morning for Portland.
Just received 300 samples of
spring and summer suitings. Finest
line ever shown in Ucnd. Style,
price and fit guaranteed. fi. A.
Henry Shumakcr, after work
ing at the Ten Bar ranch for sever
al weeks, moved back to Gist last
W. B. Wilson left last Thursday
morning for Portland, and later
will go to take charge of the ranch
in the Burns country of which he
was foreman last season.
The D. I. & P. Co. advertises In
this issue for 15 men aud teams for
construction work east of town. A
crew has been Ht work there all
winter building laterals. The crew
lias been composed mostly of farm
ers who now wish to return to their
furm work, and the new men arc
wanted so as to keep the work go
ing during the summer.
P.lwood and Milt Roberts have
purchased six lots in the Deschutes
townslte, and will build a house
thereon in the near future. They
intend to sell their ranch in the
vicinity of Gist, and will move to
Bcud as soon as they can dispose
of that property. They state that
they have always liked it at Bend
and will be glad to get back. And
(lend people will be glad to have
them with us again.
A. O. Walker was a caller In
Bend Saturday from his ranch in
the old river bed section. He re
ports that the farmers out there arc
busy with their spring plowing,
aud that considerable new land is
being cleared and will be put into
crop this spring. Mr. Walker has
35 acres of fall wheat forty fold
variety and he says it is as fine
looking wheat as he ever saw, a
good stand and hcalty appearing.
When Carl Hunter went out to
the barn to milk I'riday morning,
he found a fine, large doe lying by
the gate leading into the barnyard.
Ths animal got up aud ran off west
across the flat south of the D. I. &
P. Co. office, swam the river In the
vicinity of the Kevcr place and dis
appeared over the butte west of
town. Three or four hunters final
ly took after It but were not suc
cessful iu the chase. The animal
had been wounded in some manner
probably by some hunter and it
appeared to have been shot in the
jaw. There was quite a pool of
blood where It had lain down by
the fence during the night.
Apropos of the long walk by
Ralph Pattctson, reported in a re
cent issue pf The Bulletin, it will
be well to chronicle the accomplish
ment of another pedestrian who
comes forward claiming champion
ship honors, this time the feat hav
ing been accomplished by Mr.
Oscar Myers, who is staying with
Philip Francis. One day last week
Mr. Myers walked from the Fran
cis homestead to three or four miles
south of the Cort Allen ranch on
Little river, and then returned to
Mr. Francis' Iu time for supper,
walking every foot of the distance.
Let s sec, that's pretty close to a
jo-mile walk iu one day. There
is no doubt that Mr. Myers is in
the championship class.
A Religious Author's Statement,
Kev. Joseph 11, Veitrman, Salisbury,
N. C who is the author of several book,
write: "1'or several years I was afflict-
i1 with VM111.V tmntilA anil lut ivlntrr 1
was suddenly ttricVeti with a aevcre pain
in my kidneys ami was confined to bed
tti'til nays unsme in kci up wiiuoui as.
slstaiice. Iy urine contained a thick
vulilir irillment and I nasaed same fre-
(uently day and night. I commenced
taking l'oley's Kidney Remedy, and the
(win gradually aoaieu aim nuauy i-ccu
and my urine became normal. I cheer
fully recommend l'oley's Kidney Rem
edy," Ucud Drug Co.
Oliver Johnson is building quite
n good sized barn on his place in
J. I). Davidson got away Sunday
morning for a business trip to
Some of the farmers in the vicin
ity of Bend have finished their
Roscoe Howard returned to Bend
Saturday evening from a business
trip to Portland.
Found Flat key that looks like
postofficc key. Pay, for this ad.
and take the key.
Found Rug about 2x5 feet In
size. Owner can have same by
calling at this office and paying for
Mrs. Roscoe Howard and Mrs.
C. A. Jones entertained the Library
Club at the former's home yester
Hunter & Staats arc completing
preliminary arrangements and will
soon begin the clearing ol the Des
Mrs. L. F.llickhon arrived in
Bcud Sunday evening to join her
husband, who has bought ditch
land cast of town.
Fifteen teams and drivers wanted
for temper work. Wages fi-75
per day for man and team. Apply
at D. I. & P. ditch camps cast of
The Whatsoevers will meet with
Mrs. Lucas at the Pilot Butte Inn
next Friday at 2 o'clock, for work.
All members are requested to be
The band boys cleared about $rj
at their dance Saturday night.
They arc still receiving quite a
number of compliments on their
Dr. J. T. Guerin, who has been
visiting his brother, R. F. Guerin,
on the HuswclbGuerin ranch, has
decided to locate In Bend and en-
page in the practice of his profes
sion. Dr. Guerin is an experienced
physician and surgeon. For some
time he was physician for the Ohio
penitentiary, which is said to be
the largest prison in the world. He
has also been assistant chief sur
geon of the Columbus, Sandusky
& Hocking Railway Company and
for nine years was surgeon lor the
Northern PaciGc Railway Com
pany at its coal mines in Washing
ton. He has likewise been chief
surgeon lor tue acauic cc &an
Francisco Railway and Navigation
Company. Five years ago the doc
tor spent considerable time in F.u
rope in postgraduate "study, work
ing in several large hospitals there.
Dr. Gueriu will soon be joined by
Mrs, Guerin aud baby, and they
will begin housekeeping in Bend.
How can any person rUlc Ukinc some
unknown couh remedy when Foley's
Honey and Tar costs them no more? It
is a safe remedy, contains no harmful
drugs, and cures the most obstinate
coughs and colds. Why eiperiment with
your health? Insist upon having the
genuine l'oley's Honey and Tar, Dend
When You Need
Modern, Neat and Servlcabie
Call on MILLARD TRIPLETT
Seeds That Grow!
THAT'S WHAT YOU WANT AND THAT'S
WHAT I'VE GOT. THEREFORE, BUY OF
ME. A LARGE SUPPLY ON HAND OF
Alfalfa, Clover and Timothy Seed.
ALSO A PULL LINE OF GARDEN SEEDS.
Something to Make the Hens Lay.
That would mean money in your pocket. Mr. Poultryman, at the
prevailing price of ejjgs '" section. I'KKSH GROUND GRKBtf
110NK Aril) .SllliU, will increase the number of eggs you "harvest"
daily. I have the ground bone and shell for sate.
S. C. CALDWELL.
Bend-Shaniko livery & Stage Company
J. H. WENANDY, Prop.
M. Olvln, Agent, Shanlko
New Covered Stages between Bend and Shaniko
Livery and Peed Siablcs 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 ani Batfg&S
The Central Oregon
Banking (8b 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.
When You Paint
buildings, inside or out
side, if you desire the
very best results at the
least expense you
" "' " ' color cards
E. A. SATHER
A Pull Line of Groceries, Dry
Goods and Hardware always on
Life Insurance Company
Nearly 300 SATISFIED Policyholders In Crook County.
30-45 r. o. miinuk. Kestuent Agent
WHEN IN BEND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Tablo Always supplied with tha best that the, town affords.
Neat and Comfortable Rooms. Bund, Orkgon
HENRY L. WH1TSETT
Horse Shoeing and
First Clas,3 Work Guaranteed.
Located la the old Sheldon sliop.
H Poland H
O Chinas 0
G Duroc Q
S Jerseys S
Black Langshan Chickens.
E. C. PARK, Redmond.Or.
Harness and Saddlery
Trunks and Valises
Deschutes Lodge No. 113
Knights of Pythias
Rppular mretlmt tli urvmit ntut fait.!).
Wednesdays of each month. Visiting
KiiiRiiis uiwuys welcome,
Ciias. D BHOWtr, C, C.
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