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nKND nUMiKTIN, 11KNI), OUKGON, THUIWDAY, .IUIiY II, 1010
'Maybe nobody has told you,"
says the Good Judge-
Why this good tobac
co costs less to chew.
You get real tobacco
satisfaction with a
small chew. It gives
you the good tobacco
taste. It lasts and lasts.
You don't need a
fresh chew so often.
It saves you money.
t : THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW
fiut ufl in two styles
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
"W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
ARE BUSY HAYING
iMIMilCAN, July 2. C. J. Coolc
In busy cutting wild liny. Ho expecta
to put up tram 15 to 20 tout) to win
tur Ills cnttlo on.
H .It. Kollur is kopt nulla buny
hauling freight thuoo days. Ho
hauled out a loud for W, Ed Moorq,
our locnl murctuint. But unlay, nlao
somo for tho Fred Klgora, Tuesday
ho hauled out u loiul ot catmint tor
O. J. Cook unci tho windmill fnim for
L. K. TnuRchor nml Goorgo Cook
wore Sunday Clients nt tholr respect
Mr. nml Mrs. WMlnrtl arliiHlond
mid daughter (leruldluo wore lluud
Mr. nnd Mrs. Everett arlnstond
nro in Ilond today.
A. T. Shuvor nml J. J. Holland
liavo gonu to Lnko county to fix u
Mr. J. J. Holland culled on Mrs.
Goorgo Cook Thumdny,
Mm, T. Going nnd sou Tom visited
ut tho Holland homo Monday.
W. Honm wan n Monday guotit nt
tho It. It. Kollor homo. Thoy also
called nt tho C. II. Clrnffcnborgor
Tom Ro.tm l homo on n visit.
Mary ami Joseph Holland culled
nt tho arnffonborger homo Thursday
Tho Edgobort Oyer family rented
nn Irrigated ranch In Alfalfa and
moved onto tho muno tho pant week.
Tho Lowun family also routed a
ranch In Alfalfa.
Tho annual bachelor danca will bo
hold nt tho former Connwny homo
Saturday night. A 'good tlmo and
feed aro looked forward to.
A flnu rnln fell Thursday evening.
Tho Smith rnnchora nro haying on
tho "ryo pntch."
L. I Roonoy wns nn over Sunday
guest nt his home.
MR. AND MRS. FARMER.!
Make our store your buying headquarters. Come in, look our store over, got the
prices on nil of our merchandise, consider th6 quality. Then compare with gro
ceries where you are now making your purchases. You will see that we under
stand your needs nnd wants, and that we know how to nnd are willing to serve
you to your best advantage, and instead of wishing to get a profiteering profit,
we arc willing to be satisfied with quick turnovers and smaller profits.
FARM HELP PROBLEM
AT POWELL BUTTE
POWELL BUTTE. July 2. Thoro
was a meeting In the community hall
Monday night to discuss tho farm
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rlggs nnd Mr.
and Mrs. Jess Shobort spent tho first
ot tho week on tho Turanlo camping
while tho men cut derrick poles.
Thoy cut three sets of poles and en
joyed tho outing besides.
Owing to Illness In Mrs. Chapman's
ianiily, the regular meeting ot
Powell TJutto Sorosls, which was to
have met with her. was held at Com
Stowart and attend tho K. P. picnic
at Suttlo lake.
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. P. Luthoy. from
Bear Crock Buttcs, wero Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Rico.
Mr. and Mrs. George Truesdalo and
children, with Mrs. Martha Owen of
Taconia. visited at tho Thompson a In
Mrs. Georgo Whitsott nnd chil
dren returned Friday from a visit Jo
Mrs. Whitsett's parents nt Cottage
Grove. Mrs. Elliott, her mother, re
turned with her and will visit awhile
Men anil Women Slow Up.
Xowadayn many persons wrong
fully attribute backache, rheumatic
pains, soro, swollen aching joints nnd
muscles nnd that always tired feel
ing to oncoming nge, whon the real
causo is kidney trouble Foley's Kid
noy Pills help tho kidneys throw out
of tho blood tho Impurities that causo
these symptons. For sale every
JUST A FEW OF OUR MANY BARGAINS
White River Flour, per 49-lb bag $3.10
Rolled Oats, 10-lb. bag. Regular price 85c. Our price 75c
Corn Meal (white or yellow). Regular price 75c. Our price
Baking Powder, 5-lb tins. Regular price $ 1 .00. Our price .
Baking Powder, 3-lb tins. Regular price 70c. Our price
Star, Horseshoe and Smooth Climax Tobacco. Regular price
$1.00 per lb. Our price 85c
Cut this advertisement out and bring it with you to our itore and we will allow you 5 on tlie
dollar for your firit purchase of anything you purchaie of u, except on flour.'
Bring in your eggs. We will allow you the price in merchandise that we sell
Wright Hotel Block
BRINGS HOME BRIDE
You Ncetl lint Travel.
It is safo to say that as many per
sons have secured relief from hay
imve uiui nun uui, nun iiciu ui vuiu- join liave BeCUrOU rellCI I TO in I1UJ
munlty hall, with the club as hostess. f0ver nna asthma at homo by taking
. nno nusiness meeting wns neiu. "i Foley's Ilney and Tar, ns hnvo beon
-was decided that for tho months ot benefitted by going to hcnlth resorts.
jury ana Augusi mere woum oniy jt heals and soothes tho choking-
bo one meeting a month. Tho nest
meeting ot tho club will bo with Mrs.
Mary V. Charlton, on Wednesday,
Mrs. Martha Owen of Tacoma,
long time friend and Colorado neigh
bor, arrived for a visit with the
George Truesdales. They are hav
ing a delightful time whllo sho Is
Mr. O'Callaghan went to Paisley
on business tho first ot the week. He
traveled In his new Chandler.
Mr. and Mrs. Agee shopped In
Prinevlllo Saturday and later visited
with Mr. Arnold's family, returning
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith ot Elma.
Washington, arrived In their car nnd
spent several days at the C. M. Charl
ton ranch last week. They are tour
ing through tho state, and left hero
for Crater lake nnd Medford to re
turn home on tho other sldo ot the
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hatch or Villa.
"Washington, who have been visiting
Mrs. Hatch's cousin, Mrs. Frank
Klssler, and family, left for their
home Saturday, They travel In their
' Among the many who attended the
K. P. picnic from Powell Dutte com
munity were Mr. and Mrs. K. H.
Stowart and Mrs. Stewart's father,
Mr. Jackson, from Hood Iliver. Mr.
and Mrs. Hov Hoberts. their daugh
ter Ina and Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Sun
day nnd chill from Greshum, guests
of tho Roberts.
3Ir. nnd Mrs. Arthur Wurzweller
and daughter Maxlne spent the week
end at the "Swamp" ranch belonging
to the company.
Now automobiles are making their
appearance In this community right
along. Tho latest are Jack O'Cal
laghan's Chandler Six and Dan
Hourlgan's Velio. Theso men sold
their wool in Bend last week and
brought tho new cars when they
Mr. and Mrs. Vern LIU came down
from Lend Saturday to spend the
week end with 'Mr. and Mrs. E. H.
stuffed-up sensation. Good for nil
colds, coughs and croup. For Balo vo
BRINGS HIGH PRICE
CLOVERDALE, July 2. Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Peterson have sold their
Cloverdale ranch and expect to leavo
this week for Ilcnd, from which place
Mrs. Peterson and children will go
on to Minnesota. The Peterson
ranch sold for $16,000, being one of
the highest selling places in this
Miss Mary Fryrear underwent nn
operation for appendicitis nt the St.
Charles hospital on Thursday. Sho
is reported ns improving rapidly.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Parberry, Mr.
and Mm. Robert Burling and Miss
Gladys Parberry wero shopping in
Sisters on Saturday.
John Dokkln mnde a trip to Red
mond last week.
Claudo Christ ot Jlcdmond was a
business caller at the Parberry, Long
and Miller ranches on Monday.
D. II. Long returned from the
high desert on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Parberry were
fishing at Alder springs on Sunday.
They caught a fine string of trout.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Arnold attend
ed tho danco at Suttlo lako on Satur
Mrs. Robert Burling spent Tues
day visiting at the Parberry homo.
II. II. Kllgore and family, from tho
high deHert, aro visiting ;it tholr
Clovordalo ranch this wcok,
Mr. and Airs. H. N. Nootnnglo and
daughter, Mrs, Otto Slienck, Mrs.
Nootnugle, jr., and daughters wero
visiting at the Parberry and Burling
homes on Sunday.
A, E. Peterson called at tho Par
berry ranch on Sunday.
Sam Kline was a caller at the
Cyrus homo on Tuesday afternoon.
Harold Kline la irrigating for Mr.
'Red Crown' ' elves Greater mile
age because it is correctly made,
gasoline. Look for the Red
Crown sign before you fill.
BTANDARD OIL COMPANY
Jfie Gasoline of Qualify
, W, R. Speck, Special Agent Standard Oil Cpmpany,
PINEHURST, July 1. Miss
Bertha Hussclburg was nn nil night
guest of tho Misses Violet nnd Myr
Charles Howell returned homo
last Saturday evening, bringing with
him n bride. Ho und Miss Nell Hognn
were married nt Edwnll, Washington
Wednesday, Juno 14. Thoy were
chnrivarlcd by a crowd ot friends on
Miss Ruth llnyley spent Sunday ev
ening nt tho homo of 'Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Mary Garner spent Sunday
with her daughter Mrs. C. M. Phelps.
Mrs. Georgo Snyder went to Bend
Mr. and Mrs. Avers of Bend called
on several of their friends hero Fri
Davo Mlcklcson and brothers mo
tored to Bend on Wednesday evening.
Mrs. J. L. Couch, called at the
Allen homo on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Spaugh and
family returned on Friday from
Portland whore thoy attended tho
Miss Ruth Bayley was entertained
several days last week by Miss Ethol
Harry McGulru was In Bend on
Mrs. C. P. Becker, Miss Ruth
Bayley and Miss Lolu Murlon wero
afternoon callers at the Edgawood
Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wimer nnd son
Raymond, and Mr. and Mrs. C. Peter-i-on
wero In Bond on business last
Blalna Devors was at C. Peterson's
Friday on business.
G. M. Couch was In Redmond on
A Grateful Womnn'M Htory.
Mrs. Robert Blair of 4C1 S, 20th
street, Terro Haute, Indiana., writes:
"After tuklng Foley Kidney Pills n
frw weeks I found my kidney trouble
gruduully disappearing. Tho buck
lichen stopped and I am also froo of
those tired spells and headaches and
my vision Is no longer bleared." They
Htop rheumatic pains. For sale every
BRICK vs. OTHER BUILDINGS
BRICK BUILDINGS IN BEND
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
IT BEND BRICK & LUMBER CO.
at Englo Rork on tho Deschutes river
on tho Fourth.
Mrs. Paul Flnloy has been very III
tho pnst wcok, but Is now somewhat
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ooorgo Roberts of
Bend were down to their runch on
lower Long Hollow Sunday.
Dennis Hunt wus down from Sis
ters on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jako Book and T. J.
Qulgloy wero shoppers at Redmond
Lois Towno was In Redmond Sat
urday to have some dental work
Mr. nnd Mrs. Joo Howard wero
Bend visitors Saturday evening.
Omur Jlosklns returned Saturday
from u visit with friends and rela
tives nt Portland and Eugene,
G. E. Studlg was n Bend visitor
Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Kidder wero
shopping In Redmond Snturdny even
, Mrs. Fred Wultor and Darwin Wal
ter wero In Redmond Monday.
C. F. Hosklns was In Redmond
Mr. and Mm. William Buckley and
family of Redmond have moved to
the house at Lower Bridge. Mr.
Buckley Is employed with his truck
hauling silica from tho dlntomlto
Mr. and Mrs, Hosklns nnd family
spent Sunday nt Huttlo lake.
Earl Updike was ut Sisters Sun
day. Mr. and Mm. A. J. Fuller nnd son
Georgo, Jorry Groszkrougor, Mr. und
Mrs. George Scott, Misses Viola und
F. A. Groszkrougor, Mrs. Rummo).
Frnnk Nloport and Clarence Rutnmol
mndu up n camping party who tit
turned Monday from a two weeks'
trip. Thoy went over the Buntlam
puss and camped at Clear lnko nnd
Mrs. Joo Howard entertained Iho
P. T.m on Friday.
Miss Marlon Hosklns wns a Red
mond visitor Tuesday.
Ho Wax AIiiiohI I'aitt Going.
"I mirrored with kidney trouble for
three yearn," writes D. Boll, ot Kt.
James City, Florida, "and for six
months I have been Ulnio.it past going
I bognn Inking Foley Kidney Pills,
and before I had lined two bottles my
pains woru all gonu." Relieve Back
ache, rheumatic pains, Htltr. swollen
Joints and soro uiUclim. For sale
Something to soil? Advertise In
Tho Bulletin's classified column.
POTATOES WANTED ! J
We will buy or dandle for you on a
brokerage or commlnion ban' any
t . . . .
quantity ot potatoe in car oadi Ion
Or if you tend ill a famnle bv narctl
non -win mine you price on aamc
We alio handle all kinili of ilrcuJ
mcati and guarantee Journal price
151 Front St., Portland, Ore.
LOWER BRIDGE FOLK
LOWER BRIDGE, July 2. B'
plans uro being made for a picnic for
all Lower Brldgo people, to be held
Dr. L W. Gatchell
Complete Lent Grinding Plant in con
nection with my cilice it
LARSON fci CO.. Jwoloro
143 Oregon itieet, BenJ, Oregon
Right side; right ear crop-
pod; wattlo right bind leg.
V. L. TONE, Bisters, Ore.
1 1 776 andT9 1 9 I
Two occasions for great rejoicing. One the
Birthday of our own glorious Independence. The
other in honor of the Peace Treaty, which will bring
independence to the oppressed nations of Europe.
This Fourth, of all others, should especially
appeal to all Americans as an occasion which should
be fittingly celebrated.
The Firt National extends its patrons and
friends felicitations in honor of the occasion.
I'llE HANK OK HUI'KIUOU HKHVIOE
The First National Bank of Bend