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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1910)
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BY HONEST and fair-minded comparison is the only why anything may be Judged. One article is better than another only by comparison.
One Store is better than another only by comparison. In comparing one store with another there arc many things to be taken into con
sideration. To compare prices without comparing quality of merchandise is not fair, either to yourself or to the Store. As the famous
Mr. Doolcy says, "The sweetness of low prices never equals the bitterness of poor quality." An article of poor quality is never cheap at any price.
No Store can build up a permanent business by selling poor quality goods, sold at apparently low prices. The very rapid increase in our
business speaks volumes in regard to the quality and price of our merchandise. There's a reason, and comparison will show you why "THE
BIQ STORE" la universally regarded as
THE STORE OF BETTER VALUES.
Corn, "Diamond W," per can
Corn, "Preferred Stock, per can
Tomatoes " " larirc, per can
Corn, "Extra Standard," per can
Tomatoes " " per can
Pcaas " " per can
Strawberries" " per can
CLOSE-OUT PRICES ON
"IRONSIDE" a heavy rib, fast black Hose, all sizes from
6 to 10. The best 20c hose you can buy while cr4-c
(hey last only per pair lOClS
SUPERIOR" a medium rib, heavy weight, fast color asd
stainless bote, sir.es 7, 8 & $ only, ry p Cfe
Regular aoc Hose while they last... Jrl, IOI XOL-Lb
"RAWHIDE" THE BEST HOSE FOR THE MONEY WE
EVER CARRIED. Only a few left, sizes 8, a & 10 1C f
While they last, per pair ILlb
The Store of
Absolutelythe Igect and Strongest Line
BverjBrought to Bend. It Will Pay Yon to
A VER.Y CHOICE LINE OF BEAUTIFUL
DRESS QINQHAftlS Over forty patterns cfc
choice, per yard . ......... lOClS
FRENCH OINQHAMS Dainty patterss, qfl-x-fine
quality per yard - ............ OUCtS
LINEWEAVE" The most beautiful of all white
u"'.:."r..!:.rt..:"riD! 25, 30 assets
"ECLIPSE GINGHAMS" Heavy quality -yen4.c
but very fine weave per yard &5CtS
SILKOLINE" Fifteen choice patterns asd
colors choice, per yard
COTTON BATTS Absolutely pure, white
cotton )4-poumi baits !2 Cts., i-ponnd batts
REDDISODE" The best of all cotto batt
One piece 72x84 in. ask to see it per batt
Look this Line Over Before You Do Your Buying. Prices Here Quoted are for Absolutely Better Value Articles.
CORDUROY PANTS Extra Quality, four colors, all - it
alicsper pair ...... Pi
WHIP CORD PANTS wear the best Kabki col-
or per pair
WORK SHIRTS Full size, twesty different kiwis, at
DRESS SHIRTS All colors, thirty dif
niti AH colors, .thirty dif- ocr 4-. C? erfi
, at Each $1.0 10 VO.DV
TIm Store ef
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I.UWJ3 & LINSTKK, I'KOt'S.
1 9 "Pffy" p-
tiiwn k twin rtir
Lve your order with Nick Smith
Will St, Henil
Wall 1'aper at
N, P. WEIDER
Chcaptt and Beit Walt rarer Satu-
plci in the county. Get
H. M. COOK
New at Frtavllle.
DON'T FORGET THAT
HE IS ALWAYS READY
TO GIVE PROMPT AT
TENTION TO ORDERS
FROM BEND PEOPLE.
Closing out our paint line at cost.
Murium. Drug Co.
East or West it is the best. Cleve
laud's Unking Powder.
Strawberries ore being picked on
the Ira Wilkinson place.
Last Saturday fourteen ' ffsh li
censes were sold in Bend.
Some good clean oats hay for
hsale at $30 a tou. P. II. Dencer.
Get your typewriter ribbons and
carbon paper ut the Bulk-tin office.
The first strawberries of the
season arc ripe at Henry Linstcr's
W. II. Haydeu, an attorney of
Toco ma, is a guest at the Hotel
Uuy your paints at Merrill's
closing out sale and save retailers'
For Salu A 3 -inch Stude
baker wagon, $60, C. W. Allen,
Laidlaw. 10. 12
Dr. U. C. Coe has installed in his
offices an entire new equipment of
WANTED CORDWOOD, 4-foot
jitHJper',' dry and green. W. P.
TAie Home Land Co, has erected
an Awning over its new quarters on
Dr. D. Farrell has opened an of
fice above the Descuutes Uauutug
&' rust Co.
C a Saturday cveniug the Bend
Mat d entertained the town at one
of t it pleasantest and best attended
ope t.alr concerts that yet have been
The best of good things to eat 'at
the Star Restaurant, ucxt door to
Divine services will be conducted
in the church at 1 1 a. m, and at S
p. m. next Sunday.
J. N. Hunter and W. H. Staats
left last week for a ten-days busi
ness visit to Portland.
Mr. aud Mrs. Wm. Hollingshead
of Rosland section were in
last Friday and Saturday,
J. M. Lawrence and his family
have moved from the Drake house
into the Scofield cottage.
Splendid new maps of Central
Oregon for sale at the Bulletin of
fice. Mailed for 50 cents.
On Saturday, the 28th, High
School pupils will present a play
eutitled "Halfback Sundy."
R. Durfey is wiling the Linster
opera house and Butts is painting
the building, outside aud in..
A beneScial yard cleaning cam.
paign struck the vicinity of the
First Nntioual Hank last week.
Wantud. Span of young mares,
weight about iaoo. Als6 one rid
ing pony. Inquire Auue barn, tf
. Stkayhd From Bend, May 17,
a cream-colored pony, Gla&s-eyed,
brand on right hip. Address J.
Youug, Bend, Or,
The paint has improved the out
side. o( the Hotaling building, but
it can't make nuytbetter the shaves
at Innes & Davidson's.
Among the new raembets recent
ly enrolled in the Bend Commercial
Club are Floyd Dement, J, A Es
tes and George S. Youug.
Wantkd Position as cook for
small outfit. Address Mrs. Hunt
ington, Bend, Oregon, Phoee or
write care of F. A. Shouquest.
Good 4-foot juniper cord wood for
sale, at Long Butte Ranch; $3 at
ranch; board free while getting
wood. L. A. Bkandknburch. tf
Wm, A. Daltiel, deputy com
mlssioner and factory inspector.
from La Grande, was in Beud Mon
day ou an official tour of the coun
It is renorted that T. R. Roberts
...111 . - -,.. . itr.. .1.
Springs and another near Sbon
quest's, for the trade of the railroad
vuiiaMUllluu tiujp, .
L. Eibert of Shaniko, who is
stopping at the Hotel Bend, has
rented the Shaw building. It is
understood that Mr. Eibert intends
to open a drugstore.
The "Whatsocvers" will sell
strawberries and ice cream, an
Mutzlg's lawu Tuesday afternoon
inn evcutng, May 31st. Don t
forget us on, this date,
F, A. Detamore, a Seventh Pay
Adventist minister, arrived in
Bend last uiglit. He is looking
over the field with an idea of pos
sibly starting a church here.
A. L. French-has bought out E.
T. Butts' half interest in the firm
of French and Butts. Hereafter
Mr, French will conduct the gents'
furnishing establishment alone.
Ask your grocer for the 3-lb. and
5lb. cans of Cleveland's Baking
Powder. They havejlie screw top
metal handle under regular cover
Always air tight and useful when
Mr. aud Mrs. A. M. Drake hud
Fraak Robertson arrived ia Bend
yesterday, coming ia (rota The
Dalles in Mr. Robertson car,
Mrs. Drake has spent the winter at
FotfND A small serrel horse,
weight about 700, branded O D
on right shoulder. Strayed onto
Davessort & Stanley ranch. Own
er may have by proving ownership
ana paying keep. j. u. sims,
C. A. Cbapmaa has furnished
rooms in bis building on the corner
of Wall and Minnesota streets.
Also a comfortable suite, well
adapted for cither living or office
G. B. Wardwell and W. D. West
were la Beud from Silver Lake last
week, Mr. West says the report
of his resignation as U. S. Com
mlssioner is incorrect. On the ex
piratfoa of his term he was re
For Sals. Lodging house,
own building 60 feet long, rent of
ground $2 a month, 17 beds, etc.,
everything new, best location in
Madras. Address P. H. Stephen
son, The Madras Rooming house,
Blue prints of any township in
the Burns Land District showing
all land entries, names, dates, etc.
Topography. Your order filled on
day of receiving. Price 1. J. Q,
Tvxnky, Burtts, Or. 5tf
For Salx.- Several eood sec
ondhand inch-and-a-quarter and
inch buggies, ami ich-aud-a-aiiai
ter spring wagons. Good as new.
Very cheap. Apply to Wenacdy
Livery Co.t Bend, Oregoa. (lo-ja)
Subscribe for The Bulletin.
Wanted A man to cat wood
and do general work. Apply to
Mrs. A. M. Lara.
1 A Blowof 2038 lbs.
This new Winchester
shoots a heavier bullet
and hits a harder blow
than any other recoil
operated rifle made. It
is more powerful than
the .30 Army, of big
game hunting; fame. The
loading and flrta of this
rifle are controlled by
the trlNer finrer. It
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