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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1911)
COMING EVENTS CAST THEIR SHADOWS BEFORE
WHEN IN BEND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Tsbls always' supplied with th bait thsl the town affords.
Nt nd Comfortablfl Uo6ma. Bund, Okkoor
It Will Pay You in dollars and cents nnd in
the satisfndlion of having C A 1 9
the very best, to trade at O 6. T O C I S
HAVE YOU TAKEN A
If you have, dld'you havo a proper
location blank? If you intend to,
you will noed location blanks.
Wo havo just printed a largo sup
ply of quartz
Notice of Location
In a few days wo shall havo on
sale copies of
IT TELLS YOU ALL ABOUT
The Mineral Laws
'national and state how t o
stake claims, filo, etc., and gives
the subject matter of all forms
used in connection with mining,
such as location notices, proof of
labor, proof of posting, proof of
ownership, etc., etc.
THE DETERMINATION OF
is fully treated, together with
Simple Assya Methods.
Tho book contains a lot of valu
ables information for prospectors
and miners. Sample can bo seen
at this office. ORDER YOUR,
COPY NOW so that, you will bo
sure to got, ono when tho book
arrives from Washington, D. C. -
Legal Blanks of
THE BEND, BULLETIN.
THE NATION MUST ACT NOW
SODA FACTORY LO
llotlllnr Worki on bond Street Will
Cut up nil Kind of Suit Drinks
Proprietor If Pioneer InTtilt
Industry In Haitcrn Oregon
A now Industry was started in
Rend Saturday when John Gagcn
and his son, John Gagcn Jr., began
bottling soda water in the building
erected by J. S. Parmlntcr on Bond
street this spring. A high class of
soft drinks will be put on the
market by Mr. Gotten and son, who
will operate under tho firm nnmo of
tho Pioneer Soda Works of Bend.
Mr. Gngcn enmo here in Mnrch
and looked over tho field, deciding
to establish a business. Ho return
ed last week with all "the necessary
equipment and now has his factory
running. It has a capacity of 200
lozen bottles a day and any sizo
jrder can be filled on short notice.
Mr. Gugcn will supply tho retail
:rado of all Central Oregon, his
'octory being tho only ono of its
ind in this part of tho state.
Tho proprietor and his son aro
oth experienced in tho bottling
lusinorts, the older man having been
;he first to open such a factory in
Eastern Oregon. Ho came hero
Yom Portland and will bo joined by
Is family in n few weeks.
JOINING THE ARMY
Oppbrtunitics That Arc Open to
the Enlisted Man.
HIS PAY AND HIS PROSPECTS.
Cvtn Private He Can Run Hli
Salary Up to $35 Month, and at a
"Nonoom" Ha Can Double That and
In Tima Ratlra Rich and Pantlon.d.
There are many opportunities ovcn
lo the until wlm ciilNis In the United
Suite arm; 11 ml wcara the uniform
of Uucle Sum with honor to hluwelf
ttml uM country. Tlii pay la good, tbe
food U good. Hiid the chance tor ad
vancement aro uuiuerou. It U up tu
ttiw Individual uiau himself tu make
Kood hiiU tu take, advantage, of tbe
Writ Inn In the Culumlilan Mapmlne
on uruiy affairs, Kdwmd Miirwhall lo
dtscUMsluK, the slulu uf tUo eullsled
rliimiuitrUed, this Is what n man
who tlilnkM uf niuri'tiltiK fur lit Uncle
Huuiuel ua au eu I luted uiuu baa to cou
alder; U11 'first enlistment the aoldlor fur
Old Olory nowadays gets lift u mouth,
far better pay. for lustuuce, thau tbe
average clerk', fur board, Induing aud
cloihlujr uru furnished by the govern
ment. If he qunllUtw aa tuarksmsn
bo adds $2 to hla pay; It aa a sharp
shooter bo get a la addition: If aa
an ezert rlflemau full third more.
Thus be tuayt utire ire TM monthly
cash and fouud'lf be Is able and keeps
If be enlists aa a musician he gel
$21 moutbly tu start off with, tbe
unheal "rookie's" pay. lu tho signal
W $ boejdtaJ curga and the to,
glneem' corp Drat class private go?
Sin moutbly, and awoud claw private
Uun enlUtinent rxrry mao I allow
rd Sttl.70 for bla uniform, etc., aud
afterword JIU.M twice ounually. At
lesit one-half tbe men aave uuiliry ou
tbrlr clothlug allowance, wblvb Is more
tbau umple. I'rlvatea pay Increniiea
13 a mouth fur each three year en
listment Au expert rifleman who
never seta lo be a tetty otllcer, there
fore, run run bla pay up. with KOod
coodurt fini Intelligence, to $33 a
month aud alt bl neceartea "found"
la tlve eallitmenU covering fifteen
Noncommlaiiloned officers are taken
from the ranks on recommendation of
tbrlr company or troop commanders
and are often Riven tbrlr pota upon
tbelr flrat enlistments, Tbee men are
really well paid. A aerceant major I
allotted to each regiment. He receives
Hi muutbly wbro be la appointed and
ft additional per month each time be
re-eultats. Regimental cum in Iam ry ser
geants, regimental quiirtcrtnaater's aer
gesuts aud tbe three battalion aor
Svnuti In each rrclmrnt Ret the same
uIku pay. Kacb company baa a first
auru'i'uut at W.V with au lucrrane of
W ujmio iv-enllKtmmla; a sreond aer
seaut at KUL with JH Incren-ur for each
rw-enlNtmeut: a corporal at J1H, with
U each fur re-enllatmenta. The rov
ernmeut acta aa bunker for the sol
dlsra. too. If they dratr to have It. and
Bonromml-wlourd oUkera have left the
service with sa much aa tJO.tKXI aaved
nut uue. but msuy If be aticks tlfihl
to tbe ftrrvlce for full thirty years a
nonrmmbulourd oOlcer la entitled tu
rvtlrwuicnt on uiy rnncluj; from one
half to tbree-quartcni of hla service
pay. Seventy dolbira monthly la not
unuaual ny for a "noucom" to retire
on. And every year of aervlce st-en
outatde the United States counts as
two years st a borne pott. A man,
therefore, after flftreu years of wrvlr-e
lu the Uland may retire ou hla half
Tbe food tbe "iioncoma" snd tho
other eullated men nre Rlveu Is wbole
aoiuu nud well cooked, tbe medical at
tetidaure free nnd able. xwi and pur
rbwu achools have Imvd pruvlded at
all h for tbo primary branches,
uud at Ken-nil oxta trado schools
havo Ihyii entabllnhi'd. A worthy
mail, no matter where he may be sta
tioned, la uluiiMt certntii to Kit trans
fer to u "achool MHt" If he asks for
It. Cooklnc. Imklui;. Itlneksuilthlni;.
vi'terlimrv Hiircery. elivtrleal mid tn
tlomiry eiiKliniTliiB. all are taught at
thie triule whiHilx, as well aa many
other iIiIiiuh. Thus a Ixty who tm
had little chance to net n rdiieatlou
uiuy, nfier he Iuih Joined the army.
Ret a ver.v kum one.
There )eemi to lx' but one tblup
wlilrh nrtuy life dues nut offer to tbe
enllxted man. Hut that one HiIiik la
Ill Its decree Indeed the life of the
enlUled man now offer more Imluie
meiits than the life of the Weal Point
er The ciimiulNiluneil ottlcer's pay Is
small when III exiieum slid the ef
fort he tnnxi make to Ket ctimnilsaton
e1 nre t-unalderetl, and. furthermore,
the uoiicom 111 Inn loued otllcer l not so
sulijeet to -ulltlciil tlitlueuces as the
West fainter, who Rives blm his com-l-uiuds
BIG CUT IN
Big stock of Shoes placed on, Bargain
Counter. Will be soM AT COST.
Here's your chance to get Good
Footwear cheap. Call and see our line.
Milled in Dayton, Wash., of the
finest Washington grown wheat, at
$7.25 per bbl. We are exclusive
It Will Pay You in dollars and cents and in
the satisfaction of having m , 9
the very best, to trade atOdtHQI S
THE OLD RELIABLE
E. A. SATHER
SEVERAL THOUSAND HARDY ACCLIMATED
FRUIT TREES FOR SALE.
Trees now growlnff in our Nursery on the south side of Powell
Buttcs. Ready for fall or spring delivery.
Apples, Pears, Plums and Cherries.
Also Currants, Gooseberries and Red Raspberries. All selected
for hardiness as well as quality. PRICES REASONABLE. We
have had 30 years experience in fruit growing in various parts of
Central Oregon. Our buyers profit by this experience. For par
ticulars visit the nursery, or address or phone
TEo LafoIIette Nursery Company, Prineville, Ore.
A KloWIno Dfrd.
Aunt Clara itu her ynunR nephew
who has liiMi tirnuirht a iwkei into
the parlor where she In sUttniM-Onod
(melon. Tommy! What Mre yon 00
luu with that bucket) Take It down
to the kitchen at once. Tommy I
want yuu In kick It, Aunt Tiara, 'cam
I beard pupa oaylnc when .von kick
the bucket wed Ret at the very least
I Inok for the da) when women will
rease lo be Imitative, copyiiiK men.
but. will tiecotu completely. terfectly
and proudly women. i. VYotuaual.et
try la London Times,
l-Boor-the exeiidlnirv of vital en
eny In aomv turm 'is the measure,
nay, It Is lb makex, ut value.-Uoi-iUtd
Adjoins Bend on the south.
Most beautiful residential sec
tion in Bend.
Also Some Choice Business Lots.
Timber Lands Bought and Sold.
HUNTER & STAATS
WALL STREET, qi ND, OR.'
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