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.Snappy. Up-to-dnta Stylus
All Styles nnil nil Prices, from
50c to $3.50
New Hummer Style, direct
from Now York, nt from
35c to $1.75
Work Cloven nnd Drew (Moves
If you get It at Lara's
THE Storo of Better
BITS ABOUT TOWN.
Tho ituak season closos tomorrow.
M. Lara of Seattle Is vltlltnn his
mod, A. M. Ura.
Mlsa Hollo Kitrnny or the Lyceum
Courso will bo hero Fob, 20.
Mrs. J. A. Haste nnd MUi Kdlth
i returned Thursday nlitht from Port
II. F. Meyer, manager of tlio
Redmond Creamery Co., was a licnu
II. I). Truo returned Wednesday
night from Boattlo where ho spent
navon weeks visiting hi family.
Karl Wright of Portland, n for
mer resident of lloml, la hero visit
Ink' lila alitor, Mra. Hush O'Kane.
Mra. Kil Winkle of Bisters under
wont an operation nt thn hospital
Friday, and la getting on all right.
Mlaaca Nolllo llarier nnd B. Slier
wood of Tim Dalles havo Iwen guesta
thn past week of the Misses Banford.
Father Luko Bheohan of llctid
-will ho In Madraa Mondny to con
lutt sorvlees. Madraa Pioneer, Nth,
Hay llakor. the 12-year-old loy
ho waa operated on at tho hospital
for appendicitis, waa nolo to leave
0. M. Hcdfteld nnd family moved
Mondny to Deschutes. Mr. Ilodfleld
la chief engineer of tho Central Oro
Kon IrrlKatlon Co.
Mr. C. K. Morrta will entortaln
tho Afternoon COO club at hor homo
In Deschutes addition, Thursday
afternoon of this week.
J. A. Stephens, who hit a been In
Boattlo, returned Thursday accom
panied by I A. Lennon nnd Mr,
droves, who expoct to locato horo.
Herman llrauor, who waa ahot In
tho head by "lilacklo." waa dis
charged from tho hospital Friday.
Ho la able to walk with tho aid or
A party waa glvon at tho homo of
Mra. John Bteldl last Thursday aftor
moon In honor of Mra. U. M. Hod
a1ed, by the members of the Aftor
noon GOO club.
A carlo'ad or emigrants' tnovabloa
ndsonio eight or ten pooplo arrlvod
In Uend last week irom Hamilton,
Wash". Tho spring emigration has
already started, It noomt;.
Olo H. Qaardon or Spring Vnlloy,
Wis., has como to Hand to live. He
atoppod olf at novoral of tho towns
down tho railroad but likes Hond
bottor than any or thorn and says
lio will romuln horo, being -Jolnod
lator'by his family.
The Oarvin-Looinis Construction Co.
DESIGNED AND ERECTED.
Contral Iiulldlnff Wall and Ohio St.
mum si - '1111-1 Tmr
Forbes spent Mondny
A. 0. Hiintor wont down to Port
land Mondny morning.
Tho Hvonlng COO club will moot
tonight with Mra. I.iini.
TonlKlit In tho llmo foi' tho inns
iliturmlo ball at I.lnslur's Mull.
Tho Prlncllln Club unit Mondny
ovunlug wUh,.MIt Marlon Wlost,
Mrn, Miwdo Alnaworth loft tills
morning for Portlund on n business
F. F. mid Clnuilo Htnlth nnd J. M.
Lawrence loturiiod Htiiidny from
Mrn. F. F. Hmlth litis returned
from u vlnlt with Mia, J. M. I, my run do
J. II. Hatter, tho Prlnevlllo ab
stractor mid real estate limn, spoilt
Mondny In llond on business.
Tho city baa (tad all tho sidewalks
put In good condition and Is filling
up tho bad holes In tho streets.
Preparation Is being mndo nt the
brickyard west of town to start mak
ing brick about tho first ot March.
Plat has been filed with tho coun
ty clerk at Prlnovlllo of tho North
west Townslto Co.'s First addition
II. J, Doitglana Is sick, suffering
from nn attack of appendicitis. It Is
not thought that an operation will
Tho High Bohool girls will glvo a
Ieap Year party at tho K. P. hall on
Hnturday avonlug. It will bo an In
A ono-slory frnmo business build
ing la being erected on lloml street
next to Myers & Wllkey's, to replace
tho ono destroyed by fire last fall.
Thnro (a a mnvo on In llond to or
ganise a carpenters' union. A moot
ing was held last Butiday and an
othor has been called for next Butt
day, It Is said.
Tho schoolhouso bell Is rung
every evening now at 8 o'clock as a
curfew warning. Chief of Police
Koborta says tho curfow ordinance
will bo strictly enforced.
Tho rallroad'a stockysrds will bo
ctimplolod this week, a crow of mon
being at work on them now, There
will bo ten pens. They aro located
n mile south of tho .depot, across the
track from tho roundhouse.
Morris Cashmau, night clerk at a
local hotel, last week bought through
llyan . McUlllvray tho assignment
or Karl II. Houston to 40 acres of
land throo and a hair miles north or
town, under the Hwalloy ditch.
Iter. 0. W Arms, who Is sent out
by tho Presbytorlan Hoard or Mis
sions, New York, to look over tho
church ftold In tho West, Is visiting
Central Oregon this wcel. lie spent
yesterday In llcud, going to Prlno
Whllo cloanlng his revolver yes
torday morning, K. B. Lapp accident
ally ahot hlinaoir In the tort log, Just
ahovo the knee. The 38callber ball
wont through tho limb without hit
ting the bono. While painful, tho
wound Is not sorious.
A meeting or tho Harnoy County
Wool Growers' Association will be
held In Hums on March 4. There
will bo present a delegation or rail
road men to discuss rates; also the
an to-truck owners and sovcral repre
sentative business mon or Uend.
C. II. McConnell or Hums has been
spending several days hero this wook,
on his way homo from Portland and
othor plonta. Mr. McConnell made
hi homo In llond several years ago.
Ho la now Interested In an Irriga
tion project In Harney county.
II. J. Kggteston and n Mr. Van
Cloavo mado a trip Sunday to tho
homestead country southeast or here
Mr. Van Cloavo has traveled much,
but said he was more favorably Im
pressed with that part or Central
Oregon than with any other couutry
he hnd visited.
H. L. Molony, with his wlfo and
four children, arrived In Hond on
Thursday night from Grand Island,
Nob. Mr. Molony has nn 80-acro
Irrigated ranch In the Powell Hutto
country. Ho formorly lived horo
and now returns to make Contral
Oregon his perntanont home.
Claudo Inula has boon laid up as
the result of an nccldont caused by
his trying to atop a runaway team
from Auue's barn on the 2d. In at
tempting to got hold or tho lines he
slipped and tell under the wagon,
two wheels running ovor his knee.
H haa terminated In a bad caso or
erysipelas, and Dr. Ferroll lancod It
Chlof of Pollco Roberts Is out at-
tor tho fowls that bother llond real-
douls. He bus Issued orders that
owners or chickens, turkeys and oth
or fowls bo kept confined by tho own
ors, as ho has received complaints
from a a number or porsoua that
tholr neighbor's poultry wore both-
orlng them so much as to make It a
HATHA' Flvn rnnlH n linn fnr
first ItiRortlou In this column, four
conts n lliicfor ouch stilBauent In
sertion. Cauli lit ndvnnro iinlwiH
you liavo nit account with Tlio Hul-
lotln. Count six words to tho lino,
Including tlio addrets,
IF YOP NHKI) n limn drop card to
P. II. Johnson, city. sir
FOIt HUNT Two storo rooms,
modern pinto glass front. Good lo
cation on Wall struct. Kmptlro F.
O. Minor nt P. O. 4-tf
Lout and Pound.
LOUT Two hand painted bolt
buckles, designed hawthorn or forget
mo-tioU, Finder call nt this office
for reward. 48-Dp
Rooms and Hoard,
ItOOM AND HOAltt) for two gen
tlemen In plvnto family, at $7.60 por
week, each. Inquire nt this oftlco.
FOIl BALI-; Good Juniper posts.
Knrl H. Houston, Hond, Ore. 9
FOIt HKNT New cabin, partly
furnished, Ha month. W. II. Leah,
Illk. IS, Center Add. 8-0p
FOIt BALE Chatham Fanning
Mill with 12 sieves, price $35. Ad
drosa A-S. Hullotln. Stf
FOIt HAM. Oil TRADEPerch
oron stallion, good sound liorso, will
exchange) for broken horses, milk
cows, or will soil cheap. Address,
J. O. Whltakor. Henil, Ore. 4T-3p
Fou 8AI.K -Good baled. ry hay
nt $10 a ton. II. C. Cmly, Luhilnw,
Foil SAI.B A bnrKaln In a Rood
tyowritcr. Hoynl Standard make,
n good machine. Owner has two
mncJilncs, with uso for only one,
hence the low price of $15 cash.
Inquire nt Bulletin oftlco. 32tf
FOIt BALBPiTr honey made by
tho beea, 20 cts. a pound. W. I).
Ish, Illk. IG, Center Add., Fir nvo
n uo. 47-9n
FOR BAI.B 10x12 tent, floored
and boxed, with door nnd roof, $18.
W. 1). Ush, Illk. IS. Center add. 9p
FOIt BALK Haired Itock eggs
for hatching, $1 for IS. K. W.
Iltchardson, II. F. D.. Hend. Olf
To Tratl e.
WIMi TIIADB Gander for goose,
or will sell. P. H. Dencer. Hend .7tf
new ihupply of legs! blanks lias
Iteen recched by Tlio llullctln. If
you iuimI nnytliliig In tills line, call
nt till onii.
A claaslflod advertisement In Tho
Hullotln costs but llttlo but brings re
sults. If ou havo a houao to rent
or sell or want to buy, lot It bo known
tiy tho use or an ad.
Young lady wishes employment In
oftlco. store, hotel or restaurant
Quick and accurate at figures and
good writer. Inquire at Hullotln. Op
Ths Tims to Do th Counting.
In tho old days of Impetuous trap
faro caution was not regarded as so
much a virtue on the part of a mili
tary commander as at present. In n
battle between French and Austrian.
In which Marshal Ilugeaud command
ed tho French forces, nn officer of tho
stafT said to the marshal: The enemy
are advancing. Hhnll I send n party
to m-ontiottcr nnd sin how numerous
they are?" No," said Hugesud; -we'll
couut 'cm after wo'vo bouteu 'cm."
Were I to prny for a tasto which
should stand mo Instead under every
variety of circumstance and bo a
source of happiness and choerfulucs.
to me during life and a shield against
Ills, bowerer things might go amiss
and the world frown upon me. It would
tie a taste fur reading. BIr John
"Dorely ts a nuUauc. No matter
when you meet him, he want to talk
about lit One stamp 0011001100."
"Don't blame blm for that, my boy
Aa a nil stamp are things which are
naturally 011 the tip of every one's
tuogua." Usltltuore American.
-Kicking Is bad policy. RboW the
mule. Kicking nvar gets blm any
"That I exactly why the mole kicks."
"n doesn't want to t aaywhere."
Storm of Ufa.
The noblest characters are tbosa who
have steered the life saving vessel
through storm toad seas, A bed ot
down never nurturedinVgruat soldier
yet. - 2
It Is success to tose the approval ot
Chinese medicine developed a spwial
fondiuvis for foiwlllxed "dragon bones,"
derived from oxtinct herblvom. They
ore also fond of "dragou teeth," as fos
silized ahells are called. In Shantung
gluo Is mode from usses' skins, lu n1
curtain town of thut province is u well,
tho wator of which when dntuk by
B83CJ makes their skins especially good
for making gluo. This gluo brings a
fancy prlxo, as it I n famous tonic
throughout Ohlua.-Cblcnco Tribune.
Arc guaranteed to shape fashionably,, to outwear any other corset the bones not to
rust or break, or the iabrie tear. J 1 .00 tO $3.50 per pair
Attached nrc the strong Security Kubbr Button Hose Supporters.
mom Tim settlers
NORTHEAST OF TOWN
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Elder
had lettuce far dinner which was
grown In their garden without any
Mr. and Mrs. Cole Smith visited
with Mr. and Mrs. II. Smith Sunday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. A. Hooch visited
tholr son nnd wire, Mr. and Mr. C.
W. Hocch, Sunday.
Mrs. Heotor Meroband ts ill with
Holph Grimes haa been quite HI
with the grip but Is getting bettor,
Edwin Kavanaugh, son or Mrs. A.
L. Hudson, returned 'tp Hend' last
Who Is It For?
placo ot rest and recreation.
THK BUSINESS MAN As a nv
llof from tho stress ol tlio day's
KOH TUB YOUNG MAN AND
WOMAN-As a placo or re
FOU THK CIIILDKKN-Whore
amusement Is combined with
Instruction, whoro ImproIons
aro mado and lessons learned
by the "UnlvorsalLanguagoof
If you area public-spirited cltl
en ninko tho Picturo Plas a
factor for good In your commun
ity. Unango or program Tuesday,
Thursday, Saturday and Sunday,
JVL. S. Lattin & Co.
Fino and Popular Lino of
Silvis & Blackwell
Wall street, - Bend, Oregon
THE FIRST DRESS
Is the Corset. If tho base is not right,
the gown cannot lit.
Kncli senson there is something new in figure outline,
nnd necessarily there must be a corset that will create
the new figure.
This season's corsets are low above the waist and very
long below. However, we can give you any style you
like, high or low.
The DEPENDON Store.
.Monday f-qoi Harrlmart.
Tlin f ..tl,a' TtinlMr ..tnt. rn.1 wlffi
1 Mrs. C. Us Uragg-on tho 8th. Those
; present woro: Mrs.' W. 0. Waugh
I Mrs. W. II. Ileynolds, Mrs. K. P. Iloy-
' . nolda. Mrs. O. C. Cardwell, Mrs. II.
K. BtQwart, Mrs. K. A. Nelson, Sirs.
II. Helgeson. Mrs. O. I .Uablo. Miss
Anua Moen, Mrs. Q. M. Krlckaon and
Mrs. Hragg. Itefrcshmcnts were
served by the hostess. The club will
meet with Mrs. Cardwell next.
Saturday ovontng there was a so
cial danco at Clarence V. Darto's.
Tho ladles brought lunch of cake,
aandwlches and coffee. There were
about forty persons present.
NEWS FROM CRESCENT
Items of Intercut Prom Neighbor
CnESCENT, Feb. 13. Don Cald
well returned Sunday from Odell
C. n. Stevens la the proud rather or
a baby girl, born to Mrs. Slovens at
H. Hllderbrand and 0. W. Tub
bcslng ol Portland wero In Crescent
this week attending to property In
terests. Charles Dowers, a trapper, was In
Irom Crescent Lako for supplies. He
saya tho trapping waa good during
the early part of the winter, but at
presont the antmals are not stirring.
Ralph Caldwell and daughter.
Miss Nora, visltod the Rourk family
Saturday and Sunday, returning on
-p-yp-J -s 1 i i-i, ;i;.
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and you will appreciate its high quality.
Splendid new designs, tho best ma
terials, and expert cabinot-maktnjr to
gether produce the most artistic and
durable furniture ever offered for sale
nt anything like our prices. Wo re
quest the favor of a call, juat out of
curiosity. We will show you Furniture
and Carpets that will surely tempt a
quick order. You will appreciate the
artistic designs and the perfect work
manship in QverjC-piece,
E. M. THOMPSON
Where Your Dollar Does Its Duty.
LOTS OF NEW !
m COME IN AND SEE IT.
PaysCasi HOPE Selis for Cash
I THE SECOND HAND MAN.
Ouy Peterson and Fred LaKollctto
wero passengers on Friday's stage.
A masquerade ball was given In
Kelser'a Hall Saturday evening.
Music was furnished by tho La Pino
uVchcstra. "The refreshments com
mittee deserves special mention for
tho part It took In tho affair. Tho
following visitors came from La
Mr. and Mrs. Andres, Mr. and Mrs.
John Masten, Mr. and Mrs. Oeasley,
Mr. and Mrs. Fordbam. Misses Mary
and Ethel Darber, and Alta Irwin;
Alfred A. Aya. D. L. Peterson, Our
Peterson, Fred LaFollette, Claudo
Benson, S. Wrather, H. D. Bur
roughs and Jack Monroe.
Some Fine Srd.
II. J. Kggleston has Just rccclvod
a fine lot of field and garden seed.
In the lot Is somo of tho best seed
oats ever seen here, as well as clover
and Imported alfalfa. Get your
order In early boforo the supply is
Application for Grazing Permits.
Notice Is hereby given that all ap
plications for permits to graio cattle,
'horses and sheep within the CAS
CADE NATIONAL FOREST during
the season of 1912, must be filed In
my office at Eugene. Ore., on or be
fore February 20. 1912. Full Infor
mation In regard to the grating fees
to bo charged and blank forms to be
used In making applications will bo
furnished upon repuest,
CLYDE R. SEITZ.
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