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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 20, 1909)
Which on is th bwt? Cost your vote at my store. Your vote may
be the one needed to give someone the first prize. t ftf t LARA
The A4s feslow are
ntereel in my
At NlMMK VOPR
AI Nl'MKKK VtVK
At) NUMIIIIK 81X
of yesterday nrc our pntrons or today
nml likewise of tomotrow. The custom
ers who come luck nre the ones who
count because it proves that they hnvc
been perfectly satisfied with the SHOUS
wc sell and want more of the same mnke.
The Shoes We Sell
will brim; you back not once but every
time. That is what makes our business
grow; steady growth comes from satis
tied customers. We would like for you
to be one of them. Will you?
run jomo high-toppiiD siiok
$6.50 to $8.50
IS JUST right.
AJ1 itlM!lKlt RKVKN
Buy Your Winter Supply of
A. M. LARA'S
(Bend, Oregon) ,
The Largest and Most Popular Store in Bend.
Fresh Cranberries per qt IJC
Fresh Quinces perdoz.... 75c
All Kinds of Dried Fruits.
Apricots at Joe per lb. two lbs. for $$c
Peaches, Pears and Applet at 15c lb two lbs. for. ...35c
Prunes at 10c per lb. three lb, for........... 35c
Bacon per lb 31, 31 and 34c
Pickles per qt , 35c anil 30c
M. J. B. Coffee per lb 45c tjiree lbs for ft. 35
Dependable Coffee per lb 45c
White House Coffee two lbs. for ft 00
Coffee in bulk per lb 35c, 30c ami 35c
The above prices arc picked at random from a larjje stock.
Make LARA'S Store Your
and look ovjr the line of Poultry
Netting the best for the price. t
58 inches high per roll $7.75 '
46 inches high per roll $6.75
Ten rods in n roll.
Don't let your poultry pet out nnd ruin people's
gardens and make enemies, hut get Mime of Lara's
wire. livery farmer should gel it.
AvjyfC go to Lara's. Why stand and
rxi , - wait, trying to get your things
at some other store when I A W A
you can get the 11KST at JL t IV
The place for bargains the reliable stote.
Ml VUMtlKH Kinur
Now Is the Time to Buy Vour Winter Supply ol
7IIK most complete line of Blankets
i ever shoMti in a'Crook county store
v is now at Lara's for inspection. It
Is the policy of Lara's .Store to share Kd
fortune with our patrons, so when they
secure a pick-up of a splendid lot ol
Blankets direct from the manufacturer
they are realty, willing and anxious to
give you the benefit.
These Wool Blankets are standard
goods of excellent qusiity and pleating
designs. There are all kinds that will In
sure to please everybody, so you mutt not
forget to enter lira's Store.
JUST A FEW PRICES.
Nashua Cotton Blankets, assorted colors, gray, tan white $1.25
Klamath Blankets. 73x78 $1.90
Guaranteed all wool gray Blankets, 6 tb $5.00
"Wool Nap" Blankets, white, 73x78 $3 50
Heavy Wool Camp Blankets, navy blue, red bonier..,. $3,75
Strictly H Wool Blankets, plaid, tan, pink and blue... $8.00
SOMKTHINO TO USK ALL TH It
When you start out to buy n TAHLHT, Sir,
be sure you sl'att In the right direction.
St utt toward
The Big Store
On The Corner.
THAT has the best reputation of bcIIIiik the
V15RY BUST tablets to be fottutl iu town.
If you know just what you want, you will
find it here If you don't know, then wc
will be pleased to help you find what you
need. Don't fqrgct the place
Lara's Lara's Lara's
Groceries. Groceries. Groceries.
OUT PrlCCS n Groceries are always the same,
all the time and tu cvcrylody.
Our Prices are just uioiit, the low-
HST CONSIDMUNO QUALITY.
OUT PrlCCS are bscd on ACTUAL VAI.UIt,
and don't stand "reductions,"
We suture you the best and tnntt liberal terms,
and alrwlute satisfaction. LAKA carries the (hi
est line ol Groceries In Crook county. EVERY.
Til INC. for EVERYBODY. Be eniuomtcal and
trmle at Lara's the only store that rait give
JUST A FBW PRICHS.
Ceylon Tea (call and get sample), wr lt. fine
M, J, II Collec. per lti.., ...,,..... .........a...... "ISC
Orange Marmalade nerjar .15c
loganberry Preserves iter Jr .15c
Apple Butter (Monopole Brand) per jar -4 IK
Cranberries first of the season per qt 25c
Saratoga Ctiipp per box,.,,,,, , 20c
Also a fine line of Canned Vegetables and 1'iults.
Bacon in glass cans very belt.
ALL KINDS of HOME
Call at my shop and inspect my
Mission furniture. Chairs, Tab
les, Cabinets, etc., etc. All work
A. A. ANTHONY.
' JOHN LEQAT
Harness and Saddlery
Trunks and Valises
I CAN SELL
Parties in the Towel! Buttes sec
tion, or anywhere in the Bend
country, who have tracts of land
wholly free from rpek. or nearly
so, and who desire to sell the same
should list tbem with me.
I have a large number of people
around North Yakima, Wash., who
want laud In this section and I
will be able to sell your property.
Large tracts a specialty.
Dr. 1. M. Van SNYDER
Either at Bend, Or.,
or North Yakima, Wash.
Bring your job printing to The
Bulletin office. Our work pleases.
W.50 Per Cord, Delivered.
$3.50 Per Cord, Delivered.
F. M. CAR.TER..
LOCAL NEWS NOTES.
The new bank at Madras Is open
Roller feed mill always ready nt
Linster'a mill. 3'37
Dr. C. V. Merrill was at Prine
ville the first of the week.
Good shoots and pigs for sale at
the 10 (Ten Uar) Ranch. a6tf
C. J. Mock ancf S. II. Drown of
Laidlaw were in Rend yesterday.
Wm. Ilollingshead was in Bend
Monday on his way to Prineville.
My office will be closed for u
week or ten days. Dr. I. L. Sco
field. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wimer of
Tutnalo were callers in Bend yes
Patronize home industry by
smoking Eagle, La Rosa and Lead
J, H. Wenondy will be in the
21st with another new Chalmers
The Bend baseball team will go
to Prineville tomorrow to compete
in the tournament for a f urse of
$100 and a 20 silver cup,
A. C. Lucas was called to Prine
ville as a witness iu the Kotzmau
Woods cow case.
The Hend teachers are in attend
ance at the teachers' institute at
Prineville this week.
Miss Helen Johnston left Mon
day evening iu the Bunten auto
mobile for Shaniko where she took
the train for Portland.
Diphtheria has caused the death
of au eight-year-old boy at Lake
view. The town is rather nervous
and is under quarantine.
The Ladies' Library Club will
give a Halloween party the latter
part of next week. More complete
announcement in our next issue.
O. W. Richardson has opened
for business iu the Lawrence build
ing and is ready to do jewelry re
pairing. His specialty is watch
work. Read his ad. in another
15. P, Brosterhous left on Mon
day of last week for North Dakota
on account of the serious illness of
a brother. News received later
stated that the brother died before
Mr. Brosterhous reached his bed-
Try the .Stork man's Best Cigar
and you will be convinced that it is
the best on the market.
Wm. Holder, editor of the Silver
Lake Leader, spent last Wednes
day in town on bis wa home from
Grass Valley. This office is in
debted to him for assistance in
"getting out" our issue of last
Last week Alec Green killed a
large brown bear near Christmas
Lake with a .11 calibre rifle. A
few years ago it was thought that
guns of the largest calibre were re
quired to dispatch bruin. Silver
The Merrill & Wilkinson Co.
have had n busy week locating peo
ple on the High Desert. The lat
ter part of the week they located
Horace Brookings, John W.TImm,
Wm. S Stinsou, O. Swuuson, and
Pacific llorie Llntntnl It prrpirtd
firmly for Ihs ndi of horicmcn and
rnKbmtn. Il Is a porrful sad prnc
Irillof Unimtfti, rrmtdy lor wKrr.fi.
clc. A soolhlM embrocation lor the
reiki ol pain, and the best liniment lor
taralM ind larcneti. Uncquilcd lor
cttrlM Hie wounds and Inlurlei ol
BARBCO WIRE and hr httllnt cuts,
aeration, tores and Iruhtt. Pacific
llorie Llfthntnl Is fully tuinnleed.
No other Is 10 inod or helpful In no msny
all dealers to refund the purchate price.
tat maiMimi imi cft
HOVT CHIMICSI. CO, Po.tuo,OM.
xf a WTPIT1V J nnl mu,y l0 ,n,.y for willter 5 Knckrt
XTI A M2mJ of Spuds and 3,000 pounds of Onions
must be in good cotidition to keep lor winter. A. M. LARA,