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The W. C. McCuiston Company Will Open Their Little
Economy Cash Store, Corner Wall and Greenwood, JJATURD AY, APRIL 15th
with a very select lino of Staple and Fancy Croccrios, 5, 10, ! 5 and 25c Variety Goods, Glassware, Qucensware, Crockery, Enamel Ware, Tin Ware,
Rugs, Mattings, Shades, Pictures, Curtains and many other jjscful articles. We want your trade you want the best at lowest prices, and if you will pay our
storo a visit wo can convince you wo have tho goods at the right price. We have spent months in selecting our stock and have boughtmany useful articles
at a groat sacrifice and wo will placo those goods on salo at a groit saving to you. At present our space is small and we cannot carry a complete line of
everything, but we represent many largo firms and can furnish you with anything you may need on short notice. Economy is the road to wealth. Trade
TavS money. A Beautiful and Useful Souvenir to Each Lady On Our Opening Day,
The W. C. McCuiston Company,
Opening Day April 15th,
Corner Wall and Greenwood,
at ricnsoN WAi.t. siuiiiir.
lttrnmy olllcift in ni'W liullifliiK "ii
Wnll Stni-l. Mi'iillt Jocntwl In
rvnlur of tmvn. Ulnwly on Htnt'l.
Apply lit llulli'tin otllcu.
iiumain iy milium. ..irn iniu "i"
tv lav ut 20 cent I'lidi, or $18
Hr 100. Howard hplnliitr. IJond. tf
If von with to Imvy your ex
nresi nml liht uclKt come in
iiIiiiik witli our cLrttn nnd daily
p.itKt. luivc it co pur in on (lie niutl
line. Tint ComKktt hTAint At'
Staii'DI Co. 35U
Lint your pni(xjiay with the Homo-
weker'M Undo., Wnll Street,
Itvml. Ore. V tf i
FJflST BULL GAME ELECT TEACHERS
For Free Information on Crook Co.
For Homestead Locutions
For Dry Ranches
For Irrigated Lands
For Town Lots
For Acre Tracts
For Hvc-Acre Tracts
If you want to buy a business
If you have money to loan
If you want to borrow money
If you want to rent
If you have anything to sell
If you want to hire an auto
4 Be SURE AND SEE ROWLEE. Eight years
Experience In Crook County.
Call up Rowlee for Autos to All Points
BUND BOYS WIN FROM
Ootid Pitching and Heavy lllttlnjc
tiring Season's first Contest
Willi Prlnevllle Into Camp
Ith (lood Margin.
The tiAHcbtill season of 1011 in
Iletnl wits opened ln.it Sunday when
the locnl High School team defeated '
a nine from l'rinevillo by n score of,
1G to 10. The wind was too high,
for jrood playing, but Jin interesting
exhibition of the national game was
jriven notwithstanding. A fair-sized
crowd of siicctatoaa was on hand,
l'rinevillc's defeat was due jiri-1
marily to the excellent pitching of
young Springer. On the other hand
the Bend boys found the twisters of
the vhiiting slab artists not very de
ceptive nnd piled up n big score.
A nine from Sisters will be in
Hond next Sunday for n gnme with
The lineup of last Sunday's con
test was as follows:
SCHOOL BOARD HAD 60
J. It. Slmuse of Nebraska Selected as
1IM2 Principal-Is M. Ray
Resigns as liosrd Member
lilectlon to lie Held Soon.
ttvvw while In tlio flcW. If lis W5n
uluwii tlmt tliH Is Just whnt the ma
nure nwl. Tho action of the weath
er on the various constituent U Juit
what l tutsled to make tho manure
more available as n plant food.
Tho iKlbllltr of waalilns Is prnctl
cally the only objection nptliuit yln
tw smillnit. Imt appIlM only to Jillly
land. Willi the exception of tberery
aloplnj; lands It U found ndvlyililo to
cart during the winter In prctleally
all cawa. It U beneficial Vth as a
savins of time, and as a bcifeflt to the
Vernon A. Forbes
UKND, - .
Bend ,1'ottition Prinevllle
Whculock cf Hnwoll
Hunter 2b Vnncey
.llchnnlaaii c O'Neill
Steidl lb L. Belknap
McBeynolds lib Ixe
Springer p Lister, Collin
Johnson tM "Beg" Belknap
Deyarmond rf McAllister
SPREAD MANURE IN FALL
Old Praellea of Katplng Until Sprint,
Tho old method of kwpliiK ull tin
luaiiure pruilqc-ed upoii I he farm uii,
prtMillnit It In tlio miring Is prm-tli-!
but little at piwlti say a corre
spondent $f. too AWrlcnu Cultivator,
There U a lime in'ru-ina during tlif
month of (K'tober when the uvi-rnye
farmer la too liy huxklug eoru auu
Rutting ready for ivluter to atop to
haul manure out every ay or every
row days. Hut after this rush period
tho manure hIiouIiI be liuultd out ev
cry few days and spread broadcast
This methiHt Is very ndvaiitaneoiiH
In that It will Klve the horses exenise
tlnvitsli the winter. It ilowi not take
lowr ouch day ami cuts out tho task
of linullng manure continually for two
or three wooUs In tho busy spring sea
son. Ily IiiiiiIIiii: out iim soon mm It Ii
made alt danger from limiting Is dene
away with and the valuable constitu
ents of the manure are saved. Nltro
rod, one of I he most valuable constit
uent of manure, U often lost by heat'
lug when In IUh.
Carefully louductrd experiments at
the MiiMsiicliuscttrt experiment station
tend to show there U uo loss In rich
liens when the manure Is spread
broadcast In the winter, A illffereneo
li always noted for the better In tliN
method over the other way of wulllug
until iprlng and spreading.
The School Bonnl met Friday
evening nt Chairman Triplett's store
nnd selected the teachers for the
Bend Schiv)l for the ensuing year.
Over CO applications for positions
were received, 30 of which were
given serious consideration.
J. B. Shousc of Grand Island,
Neb., was chosen as principal. Miss
Annette Coo of Clifton, Kans., a
sister of Principal Coc, of the County
High School nt Prinevllle, was se
lected as an assistant in the High
School. Miss Ethel Border of
Minneapolis, n niece of Mrs. E. M.
Thonison, was chosen as the other
awistiuit in the High School.
The teachers selected for the
graded were Miss Mnude Vnndevert,
7th and 8th; Miss Florence C.Young,
5th nnd Oth; Miss Knthurine Trout
nur of Houston, Minn., Ith; Miss
Ethel M, Holmes of Chippewa Falls,
Minn., n niece of W. E. Selltirs, 3rd;
Miss Mnriun L. Wiest, 2nd, and
Miss Nona B. Richardson, 1st.
The resignation of F. M. Itnyns a
member of tlio School Board wns
accepteil nnd Clerk Wiest wns au
thorized to notify County Superin
tendent Ford of the action. Mr.
Hay now lives outside of District 12.
The following bills were approved
MilNnl Triplrtt, two chsirs
lU-nd llulletin, priuliiik!
A. M I.srs & Co . oil
l)o.ld, Mcsd & Co.. books
its quart r:
big inert iso i
end yneods additional
ilargo and reconstruct
and o take care of the
ado that is already
It. If interested in
of a stock company
Horseshoeing a Specialty.
Corner Bond and Oregon Streets.
Stilhf-rlsud & .Mclnioih, ImlMIni:
Promptly Attended to
SHOP ON OREGON ST.
along progressive lines communicate
witli XYZ care of The Bullptfn. tf
If you ntcd anyroill machinery
or rcpairaseo tbe Bend Milling' &
WarehoucM3r' Estimates furnish
ed on repairs and new plants of any
I hereby announce that I have
severed all . connection with the
Bend Constnicrfon Company and
hereafter amUn no way responsible
for accounts incurred in their name.
3-7 AimiUK PnocTon.
Foil Sale A 35-horse power Erio
City engine and boiler, in firstclass
condition. Reason for selling, we
are doublingour capacrty' and have
ordered htnvicrprfu larger machin
cr. Mastfn-Cumber Co., La Pine,
N tkc-trr-Con tractors
Plnl bkl fo' iheoDtlriKllen of four flumes
lor TIIK NllKTIl'1'KIOATION COMI- NV rc
tniuc.lKt on utV'lor to 4 p. m , April S. lyil.
iuninrriMi niicrii luruitnru oa IDC gruuua
Work la commence not Ulcr Ihsn April ij ik1
uil flume be cerapictcti by May 1J. Ccrtifleil
Check ior i.Muo mux ccunilMujr each bl4.
I14D ana Kcylcalloiia may be aecn at the
other of II. C HHfl. Kighl rcwrveil lu reject any
ana all bi.li
Tiilt NUKTII IHKinT10N COVPANV.
,14 IVrl. l, Winr.bec'y.
Nolle la hereby jlr-n that oa WedneaJty. the
Juav ofMar. 1411 at lo o'clock a. m on uxl
JlJuay ofMay, 1911 al 10 o'clock a. m on aakl
tlay, Ihe umltrlncJ will apply 10 the County
Court of Crook County. O'eruu for llceuae to kII
vlnouaand malt llquoralu quantlllea le tlun
one gallou oil Lot iguf lllock lu ot La fine. In
aald county anil In aupportoTbUappUcailoawlll
prexut ine ioiioxiuk petlllou-
La I'is ukkuoh, Mascii 15th, 1911
To Ihe Honorable Couuly Court of Crook
County. Stale of Oregon
(cuilcmau We Ine undcralf ned freeholder
andlesat wlera reldiiilu the lrednct of Ire
land hereby letllloii your honorable tuly to
Siant a lkeuc to OJfc Hapti I a, tell Vlnoua and
. tall l.lduors In ouautllra Irii thak oue vallon on
the followliig premitea lowitxLot No. 19 In
nock no. ti 111 the towu or La lloc, eiuvk.
1. W. K. Uoiiue
1. W C. Iloilluahea
. (1. W Uogue
t. V. Hole
5. I N. MaalM)
6, W II. UdlTinthead
j c v rrriiigtoii
(. C. V CaruHThacl
J, L. KneriT
10. Tom t,:v
II, A. II Ilowanl
11, J S Carter
frank Hogue f
La 1'iiic. Oregon
La fine Oregon
I W Khuha '
1 1' lMuian
II. C llauton
W II llecalvy
I . hh.nuflar
N IC Smith
C IC llarrou
W W. Cole
Solomon Vohe .
C. S. BENSON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFFICE IN FIRST NATIONAL BAN
Civil and Mining Ejjfneer
Bend, - Oregon
ROBERT B. GOULD
Civil Engineer and Survjtyor.
Bend, - Oregon.
W. W. Faulkner, D. M. dX
F. S. SANDBORp, Alytf.
U. C. COE, M. Dy
Physician and Surgeon
OPPICR OVKR FIRST NApdNAI, BK.
Office Hour: lo to ii ariiT; to and
7 to 8 phiiT
Bknd, -:- Orkgon
SAVE MONEY !?, "j?l.
Horticnltoral Fire Belief o
Home office, Salem, Ore.
' Ly mc explain.
S. ir. SNYDER Agent, Bend, Ore.
F. O. MINOR
uiriv flKU ACCIURNTH
Notary Public' and Conveyancing
Crook Connty Abstract Co.
niuinnv.lq jv tlit.ti
to all land and town Iota In Crook county. ,'
ii. V. WVMHt, S.-cy.
We pliotoj;rajili tlie record".
Dr. A. A. BURRIS,ri.uau?..S
llraicr, Dlaeaaea KucWtafutly Treatet'
iinout 111c VK or urua or SurgerjvCy
ir.e nitiurai utmuil or Healing, Jfliron
Ic IHtraw a Kedaycoiiuliail1oii Prr
Member of the htate an J NaUfml Naturopath
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