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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1915)
TH IH5NI) M'LLKTIN, W'.SU, OHK WEDNESDAY, JANtAltY J!0, 101f$.
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Is an important item in our
business. It gives us an ad
vantage over our competitors.
YOU GET THE BENEFIT.
Everything for Men, Women and
R. M. SMITH CLOTHING COMPANY
LEARN THE WAY
at Johnson's Store
ON JANUARY 23
HOLLY MILK Sf &PE
your ordersat once. No strings on
this offer. Don't forget the date
and be sure and send in do or
orders ahead $00D
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
A. Rohllllng wont to Portland Bun
It. Z. Davis or (llit Kpont Monday
Fred Trlplott apant tlio week cnil
1'. II. Dunn of Terrobonno was up
Ray Clerking ot Laldlaw wan up
f'i :'" t " eijjh
II. ll.,DcArmoiid rpoat, yesterday
O. I., N'oroutt of Laldlaw spcnl
.Mommy in (own.
Win. I). Damps of .Laldlaw spent
MIm Allco Hpauldlng apont Satur
day In Prtnevlllo.
It P. aklieurer of Redmond wan
here ovnr Huaday.
1 W. Dakln of Redmond spont tlieJ
week end In town.
Buy that new table that you have
been thinking about RIQHT NOW.
Come in and see the new TWIN
PEDESTAL DIN1NQ TABLE, and
you will see the very latest piece
of furniture that the best experts
In the country can put out. It is
on exhibit in my show window.
THE FURNITURE MAN "
Should Buy Your
Groceries of Us
,ffo. 2. i
i jjivuxiuou yuu uainvmj yui.
honest ivoJtrhL' , L r '!
. K 1 BiDllli upont
I'lliiay In' Portland.
A. M. Liwi spont BiUtirdny
Mndran on busmans.
A ft. IffVfin u'nnl mi In Wmofl
ty on liiiMiiHwiH Friday. r
J. H. Yodor of Fort Hock hn boon
In town for lh past taw days.
Olmrlon W. Tliornthwnllo wont to
Portland on huidiiosn Sunday.
Mm. C. Jl. Smith of II u rim apcml
Wednesday and Thurmhiy hqro. (
Bhorlff IS. II. Knox or PrliiDVlllo
waa over on Monday mid Tuesday.
Mr. and Mra. T. II. Foley wonf to
I'ortlnnd Friday for a wouk'h vImJL
J. II, 'Jfoyburn la confined lo tlio
huiiso with u aovoru attack of tonsil
Mra. Hanry Whltsett nttd family
moved over from I'rlnovlllo on Mon
day. Forest Rangnr II. K. Binllh la ex
pected liack rrom La Pino In a fow
II. II. Do Arniond liaa licon ro
aloclod manager or tlio Couimorolal
A. D. .Norton and P. II. Johnson
wore In ilond for a couple day lnnt
Howard Gorrlsh Ima boon otcolod
enptaln or tlio Horn! high aoliool track
The Urldge Club will niMt at the
raaldHnee of Mra. J. II. llaner on
Oorjn MllllaaH. tlio rancher of the
MIIIImii valley, mtno In on Imsliieas
Mrs.. Myrto Fry and Mra. L. M.
Thayer of Itodinond huvo been In
A. I., l'ronoh and O. 0. Honkle
took a load of homoatundora lo Cren
O. U'. Hornor and J. J. Coan. the
Latdluw innrolihtita, woro huro on Uua
About fifteen pop)o fro in Ilond nt
tnndod tho danco In tlio Oranso Hall
Mra. J. K. Ityan ontortalnod a mini
tior of ladlna at lunoh In her apa'rt
Mr. and Mrs. HurIi O'Kano krvq a
dinner party of twolvo at tlio Ilond
Hotol Bauday nlnht.
Judpo Thorpo waa up from Laid
laWMdaday with II. L. Stanford of
tlio Til inn I o project.
MIm I'urn Wllllama, who haa boon
In Portland for tho past week, re
turned Sunday night.
II. L. Morfcenatcrqo, butter maker
at tho local cruamory, ha returned
from a vlvlt to Iako.
A largo numbor of people from
Mend attended tho danco glvon In
Iwildlaw Friday night.
Tho Ilond Hotel haa 'boon dUtrltn
A nuiiiber of Hnnd pi-rjiln wont
down (o tho (lunco Klvcn by Fred H.
WIlMOli at LnlrilaW ITlday nlhl. ;
II. P. Knilth Ima Juat (Inlahnd tho,
ItialKllntlim of a new oven In tho ;
Hnnltttry JJakary on Ilond atreot.
Mr. mid Mra. C. H. Hudson loft on
Hutiday night for Poach, M. I)., whom
Mr. Hudaon wna callml on biialnoaa.
There wilt bo n danco In tho Dca
chutes Hotel (it Duaohutea with n
four pleco orohoatra on January 23.
Tho Mpworth Lcnijno or tho Meth
odist church la to Imvo a aoelal at tho
Tlioinpnon roaldenco on Friday night.
Frank Miller, who wna found alone
In hla hotiao with a paralytic stroke
two wcuka ngo, la Ht lit aerloualy III.
A Rood many Ilond people wont
down to Hedmond yesterday to aoe
tho horsoa that aro on Inapcatlon
Charloa Ilrown has roalgned Ills po
sition at the 1-ok Cabin, nnd is now
working temporarily In liennotts
. 'MIm N'aldynu linker of Portland,
who has been visiting at the Abbott
homo, returned to Portland yestarday
, Frank Jamison of Silver Lake pass
ed throiiKh Ilond yesterday on his re
turn from a buslueati trip to Kow
' Itev. H. C. Hortranft left for Itcd
tnond Waturdny. Ho will eonduct re
vival services there for the comliiK
Mrs. Itobort Dudnoen returned to
hor home In Boaltl last week, after
a 'month'a visit with hor daughter.
Mra. J. P. Keyos.
C M. Hedfleld and Claude MeCaul
ay were up from !)ockuts on ImibI
.noss for the Central Oregon Irriga
tion Cumpny yoatday.
W. 0. and 8. D. Muatard hBVo been
called away to their father's bed
aide in Oakdnle, Waahlngton. whero
th- .atttT la seriously 111. ,
F. It. Day has begun tho Issuo of
n stnnll four page paper as a medium
for oxprennlsg his views on persons
and things in and rround Ilond
Mrs. Prlnco 8tnata gavo a aurprlse
party In honor of the birthday of hor
brother John Joheson nt hor homo
last Wednesday night. About fifteen
J. II. Minor waa In Ttodmond yes
terday In connection with tho pur
ohase or horsoa ror the French .army.
Ho loll this morning for Maupln on
the same business.
Mrs. KIdrldge, who camo horo
ribout two weeks ago to bo treated
for an Internal trouble, loft Monday
morning for Spokane, where aho will
be In the hospital for about a month.
L. A. Ilrandcnburg broke his right
arm on 8undny when a wheel camd
off a wucon carrying a load of hay on
which bo was riding and throwing;
nun to tno ground, i no iraciuro was
reduced bv Dr. Coo and Mr. Ilranden
utlng hnndsomo wallets to Ita guwtx uurc !s able to bo out, but with hla
during tho pout wcok.
Mrs. G. V. Long and hor son'Qhas
lull Thursday nignt (or now, Wuaii
Ington, to visit hor sister.
Tho Fraternal IlrothorhoOd will
hold Ita usual monthly danco at Sath
er'a Hnll Thurs'dny night.
Mrs. J. K. Kyan gavo an Informal
card party In hor rooms at tho Kloln
apartments Monday night.
The next meeting and luncheon ot
tho Commercial Club will lo at tho
Pilot Ilutto Hotel on Saturday.
Repairs have been made to the
south oad or the Ilond Hotel damag
ed In the Oram! Keataurant fire.
arm In a allng.
nttss Dunce, a trained nurso ot
Portland, who took oaro of tho Flom-
flng'e while they had typhoid fever.
haa been taken seriously III with tho
samo disease. She la etnylnK at tho
rsnlnurln'a nnd her sister, who on tno
from Portland Friday night, Is taking
earo ot her.
What Kha Wanted,
"I want to stop my !abys oouxh.'"
said n young mother Tuesday. Wmt
I won't give him any harmful drug.)
Sho bought Foloy's Honoy & Tar
Compound. It locwens the cough
quickly, stimulates the mucus mem
branes and helps throw off the chok
Our Bcalos ro rogularlyHnapcct-
cd nnd Bonlod. Thoy woigh you
tout what you pny fr
Short weight and lotfcj tuslnoas
Mfo don't bitoto3 -H h M ' ; '
UKPOIIT OF THK CONDITION OF
TiTo First National Bank
AT HK.VI), OlUtfOX, "' ,
In tho State or Orogon, at tho olneo or business December -3 1st, J9H. j
Iiana and discounts J196,:SG.'"0
Overdrafts, scoured ..;.-,.... :?r. ....... 3,084.24
U. S. llonds to aecura circulation (par value) i . . .. . . ,, . . . . 12,500.00
lionds, securities, etc, on hand (other thun atooks).
Including premiums on tamo J14.4C7.62
Uouds, securities, etc., plodgod na collateral for
Stnto or other deposits. (U. S. Postal Savings ex
cluded) ' 14.407.53
2. 333. CO
I he Ke
we made on announcing our
sales two weeks ago are still
in force up to and including
January 23rd. You have still
an opportunity to buy many
items at greatly reduced prices.
Sale of White Waists: $" ,
81.25 to $1.50, reduced for thissnle to
Crepe and Embroidery Waists for
merly $1.25, reduced for this sale to
Sweaters, .Mackinaws, Ln dies' an'd
Children's Coats Greatly Keduced.
KTOP AM) SHOt' AT
THE STORE OF SATISFACTION.
Ing accretion, eases pain and gives
the child normal rest. Patterson
Drug Co. Adr.
Ask your grocer
8pry Flour. Adv.
XOTICK TO STOCKIIOLDKItS.
Tho annual mceUng of the R. M.
Smith Clothing Company will bo hold
In the company'a atoro on Monday,
January 2d at 10 a. m. K.'M. Smith
Clothing Co. , Adv
UsqjDcschutos Spray Flour! It h
tho best made and n' DendT product.
Adv. ,-. . 37 tt
How to Cure LnOrlppe Cough.
Lagrlppo coughs demand Instant
treatment. Thoy show a sorlous con'
dltlon ot the systam and are weaken'
ing. Postmaster Collins, Ilamegat
N. J., says: "I took Foley's Honey &
Tar Compound for a violent lagrtpfle
cough that eompletoly oxhnusted- me
and loaa than half a bottle stonucd
the cough." Try It Patterson drug
Subscription to stock of Fodornl Iloserve bank
Hanking houso, $24,082.57; furolturo and (lxtures J6.402.20. . .
Other real ostato owned ... . .
Duo rrom approved rcsorvo agents In central rcsorvo
oltlos ,. . $ 701.13
Duo from opprovod reserve agents In other rcsorvo
cities , 27.42j5.GC
Duo from banks and bankera (other than aboyej
Outsldo chocks nnd other onsh ltoms,t$G40,9J, tu , . . ..
tiuiun vi uimui iuhiuiui mtunn
Lawful monoy reserve In bank:
Spocln .'. . ..,..... .$12,095.46
Logal'tonder notca y. . . . 54 5.0.0
Tledemptlon fund with U. S. Treasurer ( npfjupro than 5 per
cent on circulation) ..u,.,v. ,..,,..
Try True Blue Hour. Ask ojr
grocer tor u. auv. 3g ir.
SIGNS KOII SALK.
"For Rent," "For Sale," 'ItOoius
to It", "Housekerplnf- Itooms,'luNo
Adinlttnnce," "No Kmoklng," ' etc.,
tgtc, PlncanU prlntel In large type
on heavy brlstol board, IS ccntx euch.
Iom In quantities. IlulleUn Olllce. 12tt
""Tho oarly bird catches tho worm"
leave orders now for articles wanted
at tho Linen Sale. See Mra. Maude
Shuoy. Adv. ' .46
Drs. Lowe & Turner, eye spe
cialists, of Portland, will bo In
Dond again Thursday and Frit
day, February 11 and 12. Consult
them at tho Pilot Ilutto Hotel. Adv.
DOGS TO BE SHOT
Notice Is given hereby that by or
dcr of tho city council oil dogs found
running nt largo and unmuxzled after
noon on Monday. January 25 will bo
shot. All dog owners are required
to muzzle their dogs at once, or to
confine them. If found on the street
unmuzzled and not in leash they will
bo shot. Residents of tho surround
ing country should leave their dogs
at homo when coming to town or aeo
to It that they do not got at largo.
S. E. ROBERTS.
Aar' Chief of Police
Special roost turkey dlaner at fto
Cozy Restaurant tomorrow. Adv.
Demand for the Efficient.
Alort. keen, clear headed, healthy
men and women are In demand. Mod
era buslnoss cannot use in offlce. fac
tory or on the road, persona who aro
dull. Ilfeleee. inert, Halt sick or tired
Keep In trim. R la a condition that
wards of disease. Foloy Cathartic
Tablets clean the system, keep tho
stomach aweet. liver active and the
bowels regular. Patterson Drug Co.
Rev. T. J. Hodree will preach In
the Prosbytorlan church both morn
ing nnd evening next Sim day. if. c.
riartranft, pastor. -
DANCE AT DESCHUTES.
A dance will be gives,- at tho Des
chutes Hotel In. Desahutea on Satur
day, January 23.' Good mualc will bo
supplied and an enjoyable tlrao will
bo had by altwho attend. Adv.
Saturday. April 3rd Is the day be
fore Easter. It Is also tho ,lav nt
tho Linen Sale to bo given by tho
ladles ot the Presbyterian Gulll.
Capital stock paid in ...,, ...$ 35,000.00
Surplus fund . '. . .'. . 22,000.00
Undivided profits $13,4,41.35
Lens current oxpqnBos, Interest, nnd tnxco paid ..$8,700.08 4,081.27
Circulating notes: " .,.
Icsa amount on hnnd and In Treasury for redemption or in
Individual deposits subject to ehock $180,444.93
Cashier's chocku outstanding v, . . . , 3,4T1,75 182,910.08
Deposits subject to 30 or moro daya notlco.f., .; 19,014,34
Not ob. r.ml bllla rodUcountcd , , . . . u, . . . 37,724.50
11111a paynblo, IncluuMns obligations representing
monoy barrowod i.. t?S. 8,744.00 40,468.50
STATE OF OREQON,
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1, C. S. Hudson, Cashlor ot the abovo-nnmod bank, do nolemnly awear
that tho abovo stateniont Is true to the host ot my knowledge and hellof,
' C. 8. HUDSQN, Cashlor. . .
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 11th day of January, iS1.
4. . , , . J. A. EA8TES, Notary Public
CORRECT .ATTE8T,- . . rf
U, O. COB. II , A. t as . , .
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Outings, Flannelettes, Muslins,
Percale, Print, Ginghams and
Crepes, Challies, Cretonnes and
Lawns, Silkolines, etc. All are
priced at less than cost and they
won't last long. At least give
tiiem "tne once over" on your
next visit to our store, for there
'may be something among them
tnat you need badly.
Now Standard Patterns for February are In.
Also Standard Fasm Book and Designer.
Agents for ;StantorT Patterns.
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