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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1919)
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You may want to know
Why We Sell for Less
During the year 1917 the J. C. Penney Co. did a
business of approximately fourteen million dol
lars. Last year, with 197 stores, they did twenty
one million dollarsmaking a gain of seven mil
lion in 12 months. x
It has taken this Company only 17 years to ac
complish this, the most remarkable growth of its
kind in history.
WHAT IS THE REASON?
Simply by giving better service and extending
to the buying public the opportunity to better
their condition financially by saving while pur
chasing the common necessities of life.
By giving their customers better values and
better merchandise than they could ever hope to
By operating on a close cash basis, both in buy
ing and selling, lessening the cost of merchandise
to YOU, the consumer.
Bv having one price absolutely. A price even
lower than the MAIL ORDER HOUSES, and
keening that price low for every customer, whether
he be a banker or laborer, child or grown-up.
COST OF DOING BUSINESS
It costs the average merchant, with his high rent
and other expenses, about 20 to 30 per cent, to do
It costs the J. C. Penney Co. only 10 to 12 per
cent. THERE YOU ARE, FOLKS.
There's your extra cost, and we go farther than
that. We are satisfied with less profit.
Grasp the opportunity. Jingle the silver savings.
Get that independent feeling that goes with saving.
197 BUSY STORES
-' The World at a Glance -
THE WORLD AT A GLANCE ...
For the first timo the Gorman
peace treaty emerged from behind
closed doors on 'Monday, when It
was reported on tho floor ot tho
uenato for debate, marking an Im
portant step in tho progress ot ne
gotiations for world peace, on which
tho attention of the world Is fo
cusedtf today. Verbal combats will
te in order for the next month In
tho uppor houso before any defin
ite decision Is reached, it Is pre
dieted in Washington. In the mean
time. President V.'llson has reached
the Pacific coast in tho course ot
his league ot nations and treaty
spgechmaking tour, and stump
speakers from the Donate hare ap
parently relaxed their efforts In
following him nnd nullifying his
A period of calm was noted dur
ing the past week in Industrial
circles, the only strike ot any mo
ment belir the Boston policemen's
walkout, which resulted In tho city
being at' the mercy ot rioters for
two days bofore statd troops wcro
put in charge of the situation. Tho
striking patrolmen are now branded
ns "deserters," and are not being
permitted tb return to work. Thb
threatened steel strlko, which was
planned to includo 3,000,000 men,
was Indefinitely postponed, and nil
lines ot Industry scorn to havo
quieted down In anticipation ot tho
labor conference to be held In
One of tho most disastrous floods
In tho history of tho Texas coast
carao Sunday, and tho victims of
the tropical storm nnd tidal waro
which nccompanled it arc listed at
mora than 300. Entiro cities aro
without the ncrossitlcs ot llfo, and
Governor Olcott, of Oregon, hns
urged tho peoplo ot this stato to
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uAiuuu uiu iu iiiu uuuvrurn.
Investigations of nlloged "graft"
on tho part ot tho spruco produc
tion division aro continuing on tho
Pacific coast, being now conducted
In San Francisco. Tho most ro
ccnt developments tend to connect
former Governor Oswald West of
Oregon In tho tangle.
Ono moro move in tho peace ques
tion has been taken on tho Euro
pean sldo of tho Atlantic, in tho
approval by tho peaco council of
the Bulgarian treaty. It Is to bo
hnnded to Bulgarian delegates In
Paris tomorrow, without tho cere
monies which attended tho presen
tation of tho German or Austrian
HOME NEAR REDMOND
REDMOND,' September 18. Bomo
of tho members ot tho J. O.
Cuimlngham family west of town aro
down with small nor.
Mrs. Henry Schumacher left Sun
day night, .for Rend, where sho was
operated oil Monday.
Tho f list 'car of sulphur ordered
by tho Farm Bureau arrived Mon
day afternoon. A second car is on
tho road and will arrive iu a few
days. Some four other cars huvo
bciti ordered and will be la the lat
ter part of this month. Several
other orders aro yet to be completed,
and tho total order for this year
will averago something over 300,000
pounds 'of sulphur to bo used In Cen
' An Item'of hot a little Interest to
this community was tho wedding
Monday morning nt a. in. of Miss
Olivo Campbell ' lighter of Mr. and
Mrs. Pj S, Campbell pf this city, nnd
Mr. J. Kuxton Price of Betid, nt tho
lijimo ot tho lirlde's parents, Father
Sharkey ot Bend officiating. The
wedding breakfast was served direct
ly after tho wedding and at 10 tho
brldo jiml groom left in their car for
Pendleton wliero theywlll attend tho
Round-Up, and then proceed to
California via, Orator Lako for sonio
three months and thou return to
Bond, where they will muko their
homo. Mrs. Price is ono of the po
pular young' ladles of Redmond and
was h formerly a member of the Bui
latin's staff at Bend. Mr. -Price Is
a resident of Bend, wMero lie is em
ployed by Thfe Shevlln-HIxpn Cpm
ymny, Only a fow intimate friends
and the bride's immediate family
were present for the coiomouy.
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Mr. and Mrs. P. 8. Campbell loft
Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Hoy
Brauton for Portland via tho Mc
Kenzle Pass. Mr. and Mrs. Branton
arrived Friday evening in order to
attend tho wedding of Mrs. Bran
ton's sister, Olive Campbell and
Buxton Price. MIsh Ilowcna Camp
bell camo In on tho train Saturday
morning, and .both loft Monday
Word has been received announc
ing the birth of a nlno and one-half
pound girl to Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
Ordway of Portland, formerly resi
dents of Redmond. Tho young lady
has been named Margaret Elizabeth.
Last Thursday night practically
all of tho members of tho high school
met at Miss Hazol Wright's for the
purposo of hazing tho Freshmen.
However, there wore enough cam
present for all etudonts to go riding,
nnd In tho good timo that followed,
tho original purposo was forgotton.
Some of the cars went to Tunialo,
others deciding Cllno Falls was far
enough from homo.
E. J. Conly and Jerry A. Schooling
of Deschutes wero business callers
in Redmond Wednesday,
Qnly two days of school wero con
ducted last weok, tho last threo days
the teachers had to attoud Instltuto
at Bond. School has started again
this weok, but Is still somowhat
handicapped by tho lack of sufficient
Tho DoMoss Entertainers gavo a
concert at tho Methodist Church
Monday night. A good sized crowd
was prcsont, and report having on
Joyed tho entertainment very much.
Frank Nowboldt of Lower Bridgo
moved his family In last week In or
der that tho girls might attend high
The Methodist Church 1b to glvo a
reception for the now teachers and
FOR THE YOUNG BOY OR MAN
entering school or college the clothes question is an im
portant one. The boy desires his money to go as far
as possible. He will find that his money will do more if
he decides on Hart Schaffner (8k Marx Clothes.
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Copyright 1919 Hart Schaflner & Mire
Men's and Boys' Sweaters
Positively tho lowest prices obtainablo
any place. A careful investigation will
convince anyone that here is the place to
buy the best Sweaters at tho lowest price.
We have most any size desired in most
Lot 3060 Heavy fcO CL(
grey knit tyf9M
Lot 3008 Heavy &A ff)
grey mixed PTtUU
Lot 1800 Brown and grey fr"Q OC
Lot 1801 Pure fleece &A fjn
Men's Jersey, cotton knit, - Jo Ca
mixed Sweater; $2.00 and, V4..0U
Men's nil-wool Jersey, Oxford fc ((
grey Sweater; $4.50 and vJJJ
Men's heavy knitted grey JC f)(
Sweaters, a special at PJ.ll
Buy Your Leather Vests Now.
.' They are going to be scarce in fact,
r are now. Wc have Leather Vests at
i $9:00 $10.50 $12.50
$15 $18 $20
Boys' Mackinaws, from 5 to 9 years.
An extra value at
$7.95 $8.50 $9.00
Come and See These.
Mr. Workingman, you can make
your shoe bin by ipoming to this old,
store. Others 'aro, saving on their
why not you? "
Men's Black or Tan (to Cf
or Tan Elk Scout tShoes PJ.-U
Men's Tan Elk Shoes, 10-inch top,
composition soles, at
Mens Smoked Tan Elk Chippewa,
Men's Chocolate Elk Chippewa,
Men's Black and Tan Chippewa Shoes
all leather, 9-inch tops
a saving on
Men's plain toe, Black Calfskin
ShOG3 s.AH'ti? -fv
Lors" $9.00, $10.00
Men's Tan 12 -inch
The NichofT hand-made Pack and
Logger, 10-inch ton....
Ls:. A''mySh:!!:. $6.25, $9.00
Chippewa Calked t dji n rr
Loggers ! P UU
Bergman Calked - l A ff
Loggers ;; P J.4-.UU
We do not solicit any business except on the basis of mutual interest. Either lower prices or better
qualities of goods at same price. Wc abide by the SURE test of COMPETITION. No "ifs " im 'Win"
no "buts," no "baits"-JUST VALUE. '
M. P. CASHMAN
Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes
pupllH Friday night. A gpod nrp
gratn Iiuh boon prepared mid It lu ox
pocted a largo number will bo In uU
Clmlfled dvcrtlin charge wr Uu 20
cent for 20 word or let. On cent per
word for all over 20. All clanlflwl advertising
trlctly cult In advance
FOR TRADE Piano for cowh, cal
ves, horaoH or pigs, A. , Klrtsls
three miles north of Tumalo.
FOR8AIiK roglBtorod Cots wold
rains ono and two yearn old. F. II,
Ilauglunan, Redmond, Oro.
FOR SAIJ32 two and it half yoar
old coltH. Will muko about 2G00
team, cheap If taken at onco. Stove
I'avlck,. nond, Ore., Route 1, Box
FOR SALE A fow registered Duroq
Jorsey pigs, both soxos, May llttor,
prolific stock. Phono or wrlto, P,
A. Dovers and Bon, Tumalo, Oro,
AUTO ,FOR SAM3 Party loavlng
will eel) tholr 101. six cylinder
automobile at a bargain. Run
about S000 miles. In Al condi
tion, ee Peto Iloanlloii at Des
FOR BALE 200 tons nlfnlrn l.nv
at Lowor Ilrldgo, Corrals and
food ground,- Or will noil 240
ncro alfalfa ranch, Including hay.
AddroHs Bulletin. cr..27-)p
FOR SALE Ono wntop whool, ono,
double-action force pump, also one
pump Jack, Williamson's Second
Hand Btoro. 3f21-32p
WANTEDTo buy oals to food.
Boo Sloms nnd Curlson, BlHtors,
WE WANT n rollablo, progrosslvo
joproHontauve lor urook and Do
Bchutos countlps, a ;nan with
conveyance fncllltlcH and Homo
liortlcuUuinl exporlonco preferred
tliQUgh not osHontliil, This Is an
opportunity for tho right party.
For particulars address Oregon
Nursery Co., Oronco, Oregon,
WANTED Wo win call unywlioro,
any place, nny timo, to look nt
your used furniture. Lot us know
what you havo. Wo pay cash. Tho
ptnnoaru Furnlturo Co, D7-49tfo
TAKEN-UP Hqrrel horse, brand 00,
whlto faco. Otftuhteinay havo
horso by paying Bxpensos, At O.
O, Johnsoij ranch, Tunmlo. T. W.
1)d(, ' G3"1'P.
STRAYED to Cnldwell's, 0 nil low east
5 iV.9"'1' l lK 3rywr-old black
MtHlllonj 1 bck ywrllig filly, 1
brown two-ywr-qja mara. Ownor 1
may ,have same by paying dam- '
fM and coats. T. 0, Merchant. .
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