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THE' BEND BULLETIN, BEND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 110
MASONS OF CITY PLAN
Xcw Tcmplo Will lie Arranged With
View to torture Shrine Head
quarters for Bend Deemed
Possibility of torture.
(Prom Thursday's Dally.)
Looking forwnrU to the eventual
securing of a Scottish Hlto consis
tory for Bend, tho Masonic temple
which It Ib planned to build this
spring on a site opposltu tho'IUppo
drome, will be so arranged that the
lower floor can bo changed Into
headquarters for tho thirty-second
Tho now building, according to E.
H. Kcano, architect, will bo GO by
100 tcct In area, two stories In
height, and will bo constructed of
pressed brick with terra cotta
trimmings. Tho first lloor rooms
will In tho Immediate futuro bo for
store purposes, but will bo so ar
ranged thut a chango may bo read
ily made. Tho second story will bo
used for tho Blue lodge, Royal Arch
chaptor, Knights Templar, and
KaBtern Star, and will havo a largo
lodge room, banquet room, Eastern
Star room, kitchen and n drill room
for tho Knights.
Tho remodeling of tho first lloor
lator on wilt be in tho form of u
theater, with n stago addition In
tho rear, and a fly gallery.
Enthusiastic over tho futuro of
Bend, raombors of tho Masonic or
der plan to innlio It eventually tho
center of tho order for this section
of tho stato, and assort that ultim
ately the Shrluo will have headquar
Tho building slto for tho now
temple was secured at nn expense of
$3,500 from tho Bond company, by
a commlttco- composed of J. C.
Rhodes, J. 1). Davidson, Clydo Mc
Kay, Mr, Kcnno and II. C. Ellis.
LAND BOARD ATT'Y
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
(Ily United Vrvtt to Tho IJallV Uullttln)
SALEM, Dec. 2C Charles W.
Ersklue, of Bend, was elected attor
ney In Deschutes county for tho
land board this morning. Tho
choice was unanimous.
The position to which Mr. Ersklno
has Just been appointed, Is of In
r.rmiftnd Itunm Inure because Of tho
rural credits law. Titles to njl lands
on which such loans aro based, must
pass through his hands.
IN COUNTY TODAY
cs at 9:00, 9:30 and 10:00 a. m.
Christian Sclenco Services nro
held In Sathers hall evory Sunday
morning at cloven o'clock.
Took tho Hurt Out of Her Hack."
Mrs. Anna Byrd, Tuscumbla, Ala.,
writes: "I was down with my back
so I could not stand up moro than
half tho time. Foloy Kidney Pills
took all tho hurt out." Rheumatic
pains, Bwollen ankles, backacho, surf
Joints und sleep disturbing bladder
aliments Indicate disordered kldnoys
and bladder trouble Adv.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
By Croul County Abstract Co.,
The Bond Co to D It Boggcss wd
It 1G b 10 Boulovard add Bend $10
V A Forbes to II J Ovorturf qcd it
1, 13, 14 b 9 Kenwood Cardans $10
Bend Park Co to J Zobrlst wd It 11
b 28 Center add Bond $10
A O Stouder to F J Wllkoy wd It 11
(From Saturday's Dally.) b 14 River Terrace $10
. i .ii Bonn I'arK (JO lo r m noiuuiun
Tho first marriage license to bo " . 1Q
Issued In Deschutes county was ,, . ,, ,. , n Morrill nnl It
made out this afternoon by County 14 b 18 Center add Bond $1
Clerk J. It. Itnncr. when he gavo an Merrill to Cardllno Wilkinson
oMclal marrlairo ncrmlt to Henry C. i..i nnmn SI
Hondilcksen and Miss Bessie Porter, ncmj pnrk Co to Lytjo T Co qcd
both of Bend. Miss Porter Is baro- 1, 3 0 8 Lytlo $10
ly 1C years og ago, 12 years younger j jj stowart to P.
than hor proapectlvo husband.
Tho wedding ceremony Is to bo
performed Monday night by Justlco
of tho Peace J. A. Eastes, and Mr.
nnd Mrs. Hondrlcksen will leavoim
Bank OMclal Recommends Them
A Stewart wd
It 1 b 19 Bond $10
Bend Park Co to S W Green tfd Hs
2-3 b 89, 2-3 b 93,-3-6 b 94, 2 b 97
Bond Park $10
Vrmu-nnil l'rn Co tO HIUUO X1
nnu .iirs. tiunuriuKsuii win iramur Kenwood rro t,o iu "ni .
mediately on a trip to points on tlio jMayna wd Us 11-2 h$ Kenwood $10
John Dav river. ' Plnnlvln Pnrk Co to Anno M
Forbes wd It 5 b 7 PInolyn Park $10
U S to Eric Hostcland pat Us 1-
n. II ..I .I.I...I nf ll.nll a It. IIP. HO 3-20-15
Bnnk of Cottonwood, Tex., writes: ' Tho Bend Co to G A Buoglor, wd
"I huvo received relief and rccom-jlt 2 b 13 Park add Bend $10
mond Foley KIdnoy Pills to any ono Tho Bend Co to A Bartsch wd It
who has kidney trouble." KIdnoy 17 u 14 pnrk ndd Bend $1
trouDli? manUcslB lison- in many
ways In worry, by aches, pains,
Bot'cness, stiffness, and rheumatism
Sold everywhere. Adv.
F F Jackson to Mabol u Gilbert
wd It 20 b 19 Park add Bond $400
Bend Park Co to Womcr Burk
man wd It 4 b 20 Hivorsldo $10
II A Ingorsoll to Crist Konsak
nmno v. v. It 23 b 19 Park add
, ., ,1 Bend $800.
tntiioiic. TJl0 rj01)(i Co t0 A O Huntor wd
Masses on Sunday, 7:30 a. m. indjts 3.4 h 41 Center ndd Bond $10
10 o. in. Mass on Saturday, 8:30 a. q Hunter to N S Lolthcad wd
in., followed by rollglouH instruction jis 3.4 , 41 Center add Bend $10
for chlldron. N s Lelthead to Edwin Vlnal same
Solemn High Mass at 12 o'clock wd $10
Sunday night. Chrlstmus Day Mass-' Edw Vlnal to W II Bassett wn
Ken Pro Co to Hazel Lamberson
wd Us G-6-7 b 2G 1st add Kenwood
Jennie Fcrroll to May E Arnold
wd Us 7-12 b 4 Deschutes $10
C M Baker et al to W G Coombs
wd It 4 b 13 Kenwood $1"
Tho Bend Co to Bend Park Co
wd It 9 b 20 Center add Bend $1
Q W Horner to G W Bales wd Us
1-2-3 b 20 Laldlaw $102G
J M Lawrence to W C Blrdsall wd
ft Int It 10 b 2 Bend $100
E B Sutnmy to same wd samo $10
C2 P Putnnm to V A Forbes d n
25 ft It 5 b 9 Bond $1
L F Swift to samo wd samo $1
Tho Bond Co to II A Miller- wd It
1 b 13 Park add Bend $1
W II Stoats to Q D Davis wd It 7
b C Stnnts add Bend $10
Wm Stonkamp to A M Sottong wd
n o 11 w s w 22-18-12 $1
Bend Park Co to Arthur Ccdor
strom wd It 10 b 5G Center add
City Nat Buk Lafayetto d to Jcp
tha Crouch w ft 0 ft 29-15-20 $1
Jeptha Crouch to llogcrs-Y Lbr
Co d same
h B Balrd to U C Coo wd It 3 w
ft 4 1) 28 Bend $10
Bend Park Co to A Itlchardson
wd Its 5-G b 35 ltlvorsldo $10
Ken Pro Co to T M Kent wd pt Ha-j
1-2 b IS Konwood $10
Henry Llnster to M I Meredith
wd Its 11-12-13 B 4 Aubrey Heights
The Bend Co to John Stenkamp
wd It 11 b 5 Mill add Bend $1
A B Oertson to J 1) Donovan wd
It 1 b 18 Kenwood $175
J D Donovan to Ken Pro Co samo
Ken Pro Co to A E Edwards wd
Us G-G b 24 Konwood .$10
Do joii know that
A llttlo couch often ends
Bodily vigor protects against
Careless sneezing, coughing, spit-
tlng spread colds?
Open nlr oxorclso cures colds?
PnlilB Riinintlmea cot well In splto
of tho excessive uso of alcoholic bov-
Overheated, air tight rooms begot
Neglected . colds often forerun
Persistent, oft repeated colds In
dicate bodily weakness?
ft ELWOOD P. LYON
SUNDAY JANUARY 7th, 1917
CONTINUING FOR THREE WEEKS
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY.
QBOIIOE S. YOUNG
Civil nnd Irrigation Engineer.
U. S. Mineral Sunoyor.
Boom 12, First National Bank
UOJBKUT U. GOULD
W. W. FAULKNEU, D. M. D.
Sulto 6-8-10, O'Kano Building
Bond, ... Oregon
DK. J. C. VANDEVEItT
l'lijulclnn nnd Surgeon
Phono Bed 271
Hours 9-12 a. m.; 1-G p. m.i
7-9 p. m.
W. G. MANNING, D. M. D.
Sulto 12-14, O'Kano Building
Tel. nil Bend, Oregon
WILLAItD H. WIBTZ
L A W Y 5 U
O. S. BENSON
Attorney At Iw
Bonson Building, Wall Stroot
VEBNON A. FORBES
Ij A W Y K U
First National Bank Building
Bond, :-: '-' Orccon
J. B. Boll A. W. Sims
CHOOK COUNTY ABSTRACT
8uccoflSors to Tho J. II. Hanor
Abstract Co., Prlnovlllo, Oro.
DR. R. D. STOWELIj
Ovor Logan Furnlturo Co.
Wall Stroot Hours 9 to G
Phono Red -IHU
O. P. NISWONGEIt, Bond, Oro.
Licensed Knibnlmcr, Funeral
Phono Red 421. Lady Asst.
DR. J. II. CONNARN
Offlco In Sathor Building.
Houru 9 to 12, 1 to G.
Sundays and ovenlngs by
II. II. Do A It M O N D
O'Kano Building, Bend, Oregon
REPMAN & MOORE
Log Cabin Bldg.
PLUMBING & HEATING CO.
PLUMBING AND HEATING
117 Minnesota Street.
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished
Jobbing Promptly Done.
Tinning nnd Shoot Metal
Furnacen, Spouting, Guttering,
Cornlco and Skylight
Repairing promptly attended to
Prices right, work guaranteed
II. C. ELLIS
United Stntctf Commissioner
First National Bank Building
DIt. 1 11 A w. III.AC1C
1)11. NANA II. 1ILACK
Nerve Svclnlht. Electric Trrntmcnta.
O'Knnp IlltlR., Itoom 5. I'honr Itol 611.
Ofllco lloiirm 0 n. m. to 12: 1 to E
li. m. i 7 to 8 p. m. llinJ, Ore.
WILLIAM A. JACKSON
Conducts Stock Sulcs a. Spec
ialty. Opposltu Kenwood Grocery.
BEND ART STORE
Lessons In Embroidery, Cro
cheting nnd Tatting given freo
when material is purchased,
THE NKEDIjECRAKT HUOP
Minnesota St., nevt to Route
cktrH' Iiund t'o.
Succctior to T. U. McQincy
STAPLE AND FANCY
Quality and Service
Phone Black 2 1 1
Joe Roc k
All kinds of
rock or dirt
STREET WORK, ETC.
Leave orden (I
J. A. EASTES OFriCE
EM0NK BEND MAULING CO.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE. HOUSEHOLD
COAL AND WOOD.
is running on principles of giving the best grade of
goods that money can buy.
We receive daily an abundance of orders for our
.assorted cakes and we guarantee every cake that
leaves our store to be of the best quality.
Our complete line of Park & Tilford's boxed san
dies and Krause's bulk candies afford a splendid
, field for your selection.
We are leaders in all kinds of pastries.
Call Phone Black 411. IIUEY AND OLIVER