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THE BEXD BULLETIN, BKXI), ORE WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 18. HUB.
The Eternal City
The Story We All Know
By HALL CAINE
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CAMPAIGN IS OPENED
Ilcpiibllaui Orator lim The l.ill
Addrosew LarR Audience Friday
Night K.ijm Pomocrnti Hate
A'ot Kept Platform I'romlM".
The presidential campaign wag
opened here on Friday night, when
State Senator It. It. Hutlor, of The
Dalles, addressed a public meeting
In the Commercial Club room under
the auspices of the Pend Hughes
Fairbanks Club, on the Issues of the
campaign. Nearly HO voters were
present, who received Mr. Puller's
address with clone attention and In
terest, punctuated by frequent bursts
Introduced by Representative V.
A. Forbes. Mr. Puller began by Bay
ing that this district would make a
jjreat mlktnlto If It did not return
Mr. ForbOH to the legislature at the
coming election. Launching then
into his prepared nddrehs he said
that If Mr. Hughes I elected presi
dent of tho United fltatca at the com
ing election It will be due to the
people of Oregon, who by their votes
In the primary election last May,
-Allied that he bo a candidate.
The only way In which to Judge
the two great pollUcnl parties, said
Senator Iliitlcr, Is by their records,
and he continued with a comparison
or the Wilson Democratic promises
and the performance of tho party In
iho past four years, showing that al
though promises had been made of
decreased loses and Increased rev
enue, the contrary result had come
out of the Democratic administra
tion. Prosperity had been promised
and yet for a year after WIlson'H
Inauguration business was at u stand
xtlll and millions of men out of work,
tho condition changing only when
the Kuropeu war created a "spotted"
prosperity, which would end when
the war riulcd. "Wilson might as
well claim credit for the present
prosperity of Japan as for that of
America," nald Mr. Putlor.
Another broken promise, Mr. Put
lor pointed out. wan In tho repeal of
the free tolls provision In the Pana
ma act, a mensurn which hail been
denounced by Senator Clmmborlnln
lilmsclt uh one of stultlllcatlon.
The record of tho administration
In Mexico with especial reference to
tint slogan, "lln kept us lit of war."
vain it In for Severn criticism at thu
speaker'H litiiulH, who closed with an
.ippeal to the vou.i: men of tlm dny
lo cust their first voto this year for
t.'hiirles E. Hughes.
Senator Puller went from hero to
Priueville, where ho wkh scheduled
to speak Saturday evening.
You will need a ninoquo to win
that prUu ill (hit Hallowe'en mas
quorade. At tho Hippodrome, of
CARP OF THANHS
We wish lo rtxpresfl our (heartfelt
thanks and appreciation to nil who
iisnlhted by (heir kindness and sym
pathy during the Mines and denlh
of our beloved nlntnr and daughter.
MPS. CI.APA CARTER,
' OOI.PIE GARTER.
Hallowe'en masquerade nt tit
Hippodrome, (let prepared. Adv
PAULINE FREDERICK as
J ONNA BOMA JIHIIU
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, Oct.
22d and 23d : : 25 and 35 Cts.
SUNDAY MATINEE 3 SHARP t EVENINGS 8 SHARP
TO TRADE OR EXCHANGE.
TO TRADE Forty acres of Irri
gated land under ditch, two and a
half miles from llend, for cattle. In
qulro Pulletln. 23tfc
TO TRADE Team, hack and two
colts, for Ford Automobile. Inquire
llulletln. 33-31 p.
TO TRADE Forty acrca of untm
proved land under ditch, two and a
half miles from llend, for cattle. In
quire Pulletln. 29-tfc
truck, $1.50 per rick. Apply S. A.
Illakcly, logging superintendent of
Prooks-Scanlon I.br. Co. 33tfc
schmldt-Dugan iron works.
FOR RENT New modern S room
house close to mills. Inquire J. Ry
an u Co. i7tfc
WANTED Roomers and board
ers; private bath furnished. Mrs.
George Pates. Phone Red 621. .10 tic
WANTED High uchool boy or
girl to do light work. Inquire Pulle
FOR RENT- -Housekeeping rooms,
furnished or unfurnished; close In.
Inquire Pulletln. 33p
WANTED Lady to share room or
tent; rent reasonable. Inquire Little
Prick llestiiurant. 33-31c
WANTED To rent housekeeping
rooms or house, furnished or unfur
nished. Write R. E. It.. Pox filfi,
WANTED 300 ricks of 30-Inch
wood cut and piled along logging
FOR SALE -FurnlBhod house,
cheap If uken nt onco. Wrlle E. M.,
llend, Ore. 33c
WANTED Woman for housework
at Fort Rock Hotel. Inquire Pulle
TO TRADE Lot In Wolstorla Ad
dition on "F" avenue, between 8th
and 9th streets, for Portland unim
proved lot or an acre near Portland.
Will pay difference In cakh. Address
FOR SALE First class Eatey
Organ, In good condltlonj.fJVoctavcB.
Inquire Dick, the Tullor. 33tfc
FOR SALE Two lo(VC0xl86,
street on tlireo sides; nhuck 14x18,
double Uoor, on Inside loll water on
lots; lUTfi; $ 1 2 r. cash, balance $10
month. W. Ferguson, at Pennett'i,
FOR KVl.H m TWA IIP tnr linn.
land property, ray 1C0 acres on tho
nvur, wwui ot nenu. I,, uoriitn, u.
7, Oregon City. 33-3tip
FOR SALE Want to go East; will
sell below vuluo, furnishings und well
equipped small hotel doing good
All modern conveniences
White enameled Dutch Kitchens
Modern Bath Fixtures
Easy walking distance to Mills
SOLD ON TERMS LIKE RENT
Hurry if you want a beautiful home
D. E. HUNTER
THE BEND COMPANY
Office corner Wall and Ohio Streets.
business right on Columbia highway.
For further particulars address Dick
inson Hotel, Hood River. Ore. 32-33p
FOR SALE New hou'se. threo
rooms, bath and besoment; 300 feet
from ProokB-Scanlon Lbr. Co. dry
shod. Easy payments. Pend Park
Company, 122 Oregon St. 33tfc
TOR 8ALE 2 horses, harnoss,
Wynona wagon. Coll Central Ore
gon Plumbing Shop. 32-35 p.
FOR SALE Team, harnees and
wagon complete. Pargaln. Inquire
50 Shasta Place. 32-33 p.
FOR SALE Six head work horsos,
ten to twelve hundred pounds, priced
reasonoblo ot ranch, ono mile south
of 21 mile post, Pend-Purnu road.
C. I- Evans. 31-32 p.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Gas trac
tor, prefer n Ford; what have you?
W. II. Mitchell. Pend, Ore. 30-33p
HOMESTEADS A few exception
al bargattn In homestead relinquish
uicnts, contests end locations. Irri
gated alfalfa lands a speclulty. Ad
dress Pox 83, Sisters, Oregon.
riwj tlrillil," ff llM d. not t.vk up but It WI.I br ilouhU rtlitf ip'tof. MM
)lrj .Ui tliutk ih ulomjikallr lHrUrk l.lcuim.1 llC. (.Anno! b IniuirU bf blj
ur thuckl an.t lllIH lr4Ur lor iccuuio noonn ,
NOBLES Flexible Rear Sight
4f IMblM M Ml iMtol
Also u full line of
If your automobile has
had a strenuous season
it may be in need of
Bend Hardware Co. jj
Fall is the proper time to
get your car in the best
running shape. Here's
where yowget the best car
FOR SALE Furniture. Inquire
FOR SALK-Ncw flvo room houso,
modern, except heat, close to mills,
two lots; ? 35 0 cash, balance month
ly payments, a bargr.ln. Inquire J.
Ryan ii Co. 17tfc
FOR SALE Two lota In Des
chutes addition, level and free from
rock, well located. Price 1275 each.
Terms. J. Ryan k. Co. 3tf
FOR SALE Four very choice
lots In Park addition, price and terms
right. J. Ryan & Co. 3tf
FOR SALE Flvo room house,
modern except heat, well furnished,
neludlng $ I .' 0 piano, two lots 40x11 1
each, clo&o to mills and school. $2,
500 cash or $2,700 half cash, balance
ono and two years. J. Ryan Co. 3tX
FOR SALE House and lot. Price
right. Terms reasonable. Inquire
A. E. Edwards, Pend Sign Co. 37tt
FOR SALE Ono 1G 11. P. trac
tion engine und 24 Inch separator,
J. I. Case steel threshing outfit. In
quire E. A. Sather. 21tf
FOR SALE Threo new four toon
houses. JS00 each, 10 percent eat
balance easy monthly payment!. I
Ryan & Co. Ill
FOR SALE Modern house ot li
rooms, two good closets with mm
and drawers, built In cblna closet
and book case, window seat, cabiart
Kitchen. Inquire at Altamont. ISu'i
IXXJT AM) FOUND.
LOST Pob-tallcd Jersey itttt
branded PV on left hip; ear nut
swallow fork and under bit on ltH
ear. Last seen oa Tumalo ran it. 1
A. Puett. Ji
FOUND Moss asato ring.
new couuty brlase. Inquire TO
Pulletln. 3) tit
FOUND Bracelet on Greenwd
avenue. Owner may have sine to
proving property at this office l
paying for this advertisement. 31-&
LOST Ladlea Moss Agate ril
solid gold mounting, between Lotm'i
Shoe Shop and Sather's store. R(-S
ward for return to Pulletln. Zl-Vl
C. S. HUDSON. President E. M. LARA. Cashier
V. C COE. Vice President L, G McREYNOLDS. AssL Cashier J
t,. a. siatiikk, vice rrea. u. a. STOVER.Asst Cashier
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
Capital fully paid
Surplus - -
S YOU uill have
a large amount of
surplus hay this fall
and at this 3ank
has a large amount
of surplus money,
tee desire to loan
you $100,000 lo
purchase cattle or
sheep to eat youf
If you are inter
ested call or write
TR FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF 1ND
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