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, ,BEND BULLETIN, 1JEND, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1017.
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MAY WE CALL YOUR
To our New Line of Sta
tionery, the Finest Bonds,
Boxed that You Can Buy.
SELECT AND TASTEY COLORS AND' TINTS.
R.EED & HORTON
Sunday horo with his fanillj; visiting
his wifo'B parents, Mr. anil Mrs. L.
O. McRoynoldSj Mr. Pcrclvat was
formerly a resident of Bend and cm
ployed in The Bulletin shop.
Mrs. J. Lucas, of Hood River, n
sister ot Fred. N, Wallace, was op
prated on in Portland on Saturday
for cancer of tho throat. Mr. Wal
lace has been with his sister since
the closo of tho Irrigation Congress,
and on Saturday Mrs. yallaco went
down from Tumalo. Mrs. Charles
Wlnnek, ot Fort Klamath, has also
gone to nor slstor's bcdqldo.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
(From Wednesdays Dally.)
C. L. Qlst, of Sisters, Is a business
visitor In Bend today.
W. D. Cheney Is expected In Bend
Bomo tlmo later In tho week.
It. A. Anderson, of tho Tumalo
Co., Is In Bond today on business.
. William L. Brown, of tho Brown
Company, of Portland, Is a business
visitor in Bond today.
Mrs. H. S. Boll, mother ot Mrs.
C. S. Hudson, loft this morning by
way of Callforulu, for Oklahoma.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rhodes havo
roturned to Bend from a trip to their
former homes' In Scattlo and Mon
P. E. Chaso and E. J. Selrascn w)l
open up n homu bakery and deli
catessen shop on Wall street, near
Minnesota, on Thursday.
J. D. Spalding, ot tho Palno Lum
ber Co., of Oshkosh, Wisconsin, Is
visiting in Bend today at tho Brooks
Scanlon Lumber Co. plant.
Frank McCatfory, L. E. Smith, 7..
M. Brown, Charles II. Miller, W. T.
Mullarkcy and William Buckley aro
Rodmond residents who aro visiting
In thd city today.
II. C. Ellis, J. A. Eastes, O. C.
Henklo, H. J. Ovorturf, Maurice P.
Cashman, Fred L. Iluoy, Olaf Swan
son, Ernest Olson and Olof Hcmp
stead woro Bend business visitors
in Prnovlle Uday..Vli ftO
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
j Mr.''nnd Mrs. M. J. Trcmblco havo
v moved Into their homo on Congress
Torranco Fisko, representing
VelIs-blckoy Co., ot Minneapolis, is
hero pn lnislness.
M. W. Knickerbocker nnd C. F.
Chalfan woro visitors from the Plain
view section yesterday.
Mrs, II. F. Ball leaves tomorrow
on a noxtondod visit to Oklahoma
City, whero sho will spend nuveral
months with relatives.
S. L. Wiggins, travelling freight
and passenger agent on tho 0.-WvRT
t im., nas roturneu to uenu alter a
business trip, to Scattlo.
Dr. U. C. Coo went to Portland
last night for a fow dayB stay.
A. J. Kroenert, of tho Bend Flour
Mill Co., Is out ot town on business.
Mrs. W. II. Tremblce, of St. Paul,
is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. M, J.
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Larson loft
Sunday evening for a fow wooks'
visit In Scattlo.
A party of Tumalo Odd Follows
attended tho mooting of tho local
lodge hero last evening, throo candi
dates, Messrs. Stiles, McDaulels and
Pcderson being initiated.
C. M. McAllister, special repre
sentative for tho Portland Union
Stock Yards, left Monday for Port
land after mooting Saturday even
ing with tho members of tho Eastern
A. J. Harter, M. S. Bullard, W. D.
Barnes, W. N. Ray, W. Bakor and
Q. O. Qorklng woro among tho Tuma
lo Odd Follows who wero In Bond
lust night tor tho Installation of of
ficers and Initiation held by tho
(From Monday's Dully.)
James Lano, of Lakovlow, is In
tho city today on business.
Henry Clow, of Prlnevlllo, arrived
In Bend last night for a visit.
Misses Cornelia Wilson and Qraco
Ward returned Sunday morning from
Juck Cowglll, of Peter Slijk, passed
through Bond on hls'wajrto Cdrvallls
to visit with friends.
O. L. Long, ot Portland, who has
been HI horo for soveral weoks, left
on his return to Portland with his
Fred Ellcnborg left last night on
a buslncs strip to Portland. Mrs.
Ellouberg Is visiting at tho Allen
ranch UP tho river during his ab
V. A. Forbes left on his return to
Salem Sunday night after spending
two days hero attending to business
affairs. On Saturday Mr. Forbes,
with Dlstrlctl Attorney DArmond,
argued, the demurrer' In tho division
cusevDofbre Judge Duffy.
S. brPerclval, of Madras, county
clerk ot Joftorson county, spent
A T THE TOP!
OF ALL GOOD THINGS ARE
THE ZERO WEATHER DUDS
WE ARE OFFERING THIS
For Every Outside Vocation or Pas-.time-we
have the proper apparel.
SWEATERS, MACKINAWS nnd HEAVY
r WOOLEN SHIRTS
' Just the things for winter wear.
RUBBER FOOTWEAR nnd HEAVY
an ideal combination for the feet
LINED GLOVES and MITTS
that, give you such warmth and Wear that you'll
;' be. delighted and feel Satisfied.
THERE'S A WEALTH OF WARMTH IN
OUR WINTER WEARABLES. AND THE
PRICES TOO, YOU WILL FIND REASON
fiVBLE. L4. L. FRENCH
"THE MEN'S TOGGERY"
THE STORE THAT SETS THE PACE."
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(From Saturday's Dally.)
Collins Elklns was a Bond visitor
from Prinovlllo yesterday.
Mrs. L. F Bishop, ot Portland, Is
visiting Mrs. J. H. Hanor.
John Ferguson cumo In from Port
land yesterday for a few days' stay.
Mrs. A. C. Cronln arrived last
night from La Qrando to Join her
Frank ' PeWlval was In from his
Mllllcdh homestead yosterday, return
ing this morning."
J. M, Roberts, of Alfalfa, Is here
today attending tho meeting of tho
Water Usors' Association.
John Potors Is reported to bo ser
iously 111 at his ranch up river. Rol
atlves from Tacoma arrived rccontly
to euro for him.
J. L. Callaway, an osteopathic
physician, formerly located in Roso
burg, is hero looking tho town over
with a view to locating.
visit with relatives in Vancouvor,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Van Nietto nro
tho parents ot a baby girl, born at
tho Band hospital. Mother and daugh
ter aro both reported to bo doing
Miss Helen O'Noll, who last year
taught tho Powoll Butto school, has
accoptod tho offer of tho Bend school
board to teach In Bond, beginning
Clydo Miller, of Ontario, an ex
perienced groceryman, has accepted a
position with Balrd's grocory. Mr.
Miller arrived in Bond yesterday
morning to commence his duties.
(From Friday's Dally.)
William Myers returned this morn
ing from a soveral dajs visit In Portland.
R. II. Bayloy, of Tumalo, ox-county
commissioner, was In tho city last
night on business.
J. William A. Busch., editor ot tho
Fort Rock TlmcB, Is a business vis
itor in Bond today.
Mrs. Harry K. Brooks returuod
this morning from a several weoks'
THE STORE WITH
GOOD GOODS. IT IS
TO YOUR INTEREST
TO BUY YOUR
WATCH OF US
It U wlit to bar frm aamran 70a
knetr 70U tan depend upn. You will
alwaya find m rlfht hm, nd what
crtr wi m1 yaa 'mail b aatlafacterr,
or we IniUt apn brinr allowed to male
II m. Therefore, ran ahoald deal with
a houu that U here te etay.
If yaur watch dan'l keep lime, brlnr It
In and w will make II beep lime.
WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELKKiJ
Larson & Co.
Ml Oreraa Street, Ilend, Orecen
AT TUB SIGN OP THE BIO CLOCK
(From Thursday's Dally.)
Bort Powell, a farmer cast of town,
was I11 town last night.
Claranca Ma'nnhelmor is confined
to his homo this weak with la grlppo.
D. E. Huntor roturned this morn
ing from a brief business trip to Port
land. Mrs. Elmor Morrill entortalncd tho
J. S. Club yesterday afternoon at hor
F, L. Shaw, of Sisters, Is In town
today circulating among Bend
W. C. .Blrdsall, manager of Iho
Pilot Butto hotel, left last night for
Thoo Morpton leaves tonight for
Minneapolis to visit v. Hit relatives
for a fow weeks.
W. C. Wegner, superintendent of
tho Oregon Trunk, Is In Bend today
on a tour ot inspection.
F. S. Stanloy, ot Portland, arrived
this morning nnd will spend a fow
dnyB at tho Stanloy ranch.
Miss Lillian Coopor left this morn
ing for Piorro, South Dakota, whoro
Bho will visit with an aunt.
Jesso Stearns, attorney tor tho C.
O. I. Company, of Portland, Is a
business visitor In Bond today.
J. P. Keyos, raanagor of tho Brooks-
Scanlon Lumber Co., left last night
on a business trip to Portland.
I). P. Carmody returned to Bond
last night from a business trip to
Portland nnd other coast points.
F. L. Bayloy, of Portland, a broth-
or of It. H. Bayloy, of Tumalo, is
hore today 611 Land Ofllco business.
Mrs. Ralph Bartlott leaves in a
fow days for Scattlo, whoro Bho will
visit with an nunt for a fow weoks.
A party of Sisters mon, Including
II. E. Vincent, C. L. Olst, F. L. Shnw
and J. O. Kinney, nro visitors in Bend
Tho First National and Central
Oregon banks wero busy last night,
tho occasion being pay night at tho
Miss Esther Moore loft yesterday
morning for Now York, whoro sho
will visit with hor relatives for a
Installation ot officers will bo the
order of tho evening at tho regular
mooting of tho local Odd Follows
lodge Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs, Ashloy Forrest loft
last night for Portland to visit a few
days and also attontl tho Ballot
Rousso, which will bo In Portland.
Philip Brooks, of Vancouvor, II. C,
loft last night for his homo, after
spending tho day In Bend looking
over" tho work on tho now Pilot Butto
YOU'LL FIND AT THIS
You've Been Looking For.
Priced at -
THE BEST GINGHAM VALUE IN BEND
RED SEAL, Book
These Quality GINGHAMS
Keep your cows clean and dry.
Bluo prints for tho most successful
cow stall can bo had for tho asking.
Address, L. B. Lnfolletto, Redmond,
Oregon. 43-4G p
Eeo Edwards for good house paint
HUNTKR8 AND FISHERMEN, 'NO
TICK. Stay off my promises.
9o C. B. ALLEtf.
A. H. Edwards, Bond Sign Co. 37U
FOR SALE Thrco now four room
housos. $800 each, 10 per cent oaslu
balnnco easy monthly payments, J.
Ryan & Co, 21tfl
FOR RENT Apartment, arso,
shnck, 2 blocks N. Rrookn-Soanlou,
ofllco. Alice Bakor. 47-47Q
FOR RENT Desk room, ground,
floor O'Kunu building. J. Ryan
TO TRADE Oil EXCHANGE.
WANTED Experienced man
wants Job hording Bhoep. Ask Tho
Bulletin about him at onro. 44-47 p
WANTED Scrdp Iron. Huff-ichraldt-Ducan
Iron works. Phono
illlack 741. Sltfc
We are Showing a
uDR. TURNER, tho well-
known oyu specialist of Port
land will bo In Bond nealn
Thursday nnd Friday, Jan. 11-12, at
Thorsen's Jowolry Storo. Don't, foil
to consult Dr. Turner about your
oyes nnu giassos. ucauaencs rollovod,
cross oyes straightened. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Consult him. Adv.
sWl httMJ CttK
WASHINGTON, Jan. It). Mom-
bors of the Oregon delegation have
received copies of a petition from tho
Oregon desert land board, asking for
passage of an act extending for 10
years the Carey land segregations of
tho Central Oregon Irrigation com
pany, on the ground that large de
velopment has been accomplished and
conditions are now unfavorable to
fast settlement of tho lands.
HOSPITAL SITE FUND
NOW REACHES $4,415
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Tho addition ot $235 to tho sub
scription list for tho purchase or the
site for tho Slstor's hospital In Bend,
was reported today, bringing the
total ,u) to H.41G, an aggrogato of
$4,180 having already boou pub
lished in Tho Bulletin.
New subscriptions are as follows:
J. P. Hennessey f 100
Mrs. Oeorge Drosterhous 10
L. C. Rudow ,.. .. 10
F. F. Sullivan 5
Dr. Dwlght F. Miller C
Joo Rock . . ,.. C
Bend Garage Co. ,....... 6
Bond FJsh Market ,...... 6
O. W. Horner .,.,,, j, . 10
J. J. Kloin vu..... 10
Miss Alice D. 8paldlng .w.... C
Mrs, A. T. Frame .in ,..- C
J T, Hardy . . .. ........ .. 6
F, 8. Porta 6
Henry Linster ....................... .. 10
Mrs, N. P, Smith v.
u. i'. wswongcr ..
S. E, Roberts ..
FOR SALE Good team, harness
nnd wagon. Inquire K. E. Stowu,
Ilend, Or. 46-47p
FOR 8ALE Library of Universal
History, written by Herbert Howe
Bancroft, covering ancient, medieval
and modorn history, IS volumes, In
good order. Address Win. Hnrdt,
Olst, Oro. 4 6-4 Go
FOR SALE Houso nnd lot, or
uer of McKay and Riverside Ideal
location for grocory. J 4 76,00. W.
B. Losh, 44-40 p
FOR 8ALE A fow choice canar
ies. Will sell reasonable. Phono
Black 1471. N 42tfe
FOR SALE CHEAP Single shot
gun, 3 now horse collars, breast
strap and traces. Apply Shaw's
Feed Stord. 43-Px
FOR SALE 2 h. p. gasoline on
glno; In good condition. At Univer
sal Oarage. Seo Geo. Roberts. 40tfc
FOR SALE Two 3-room houses;
lot 60x100 foot; city water; 3&U
each; terms. J, Ryan & Co, 3Ctf
FOR SALE Four lots In block
40, Rivcrsldo Addition, On odgo of
wiestona. rrico iiuu each. w. Kr
guson, caro Dennett's. 3Gtf
FOR SALE Oood residence lots
on west sldo of river. City vuter
nnd lights; (j cash end $5 monthly
J. Ryan & Co. 34tfc
FOR 8ALIJ Cholco lots In Dos
chutos nnd Park Additions. Will loan
to build houses on lots. J Ryan &
FOR 8ALBTwo 4. room modorn
houses, close to mills; easy terms,
J. Ryan & Co. 34tfc
FOR SALE rivd horsepower
gasoline wood caw, Innulro building
south Sanitary Bakery, 34tfc
FOR SALE Two lots, 50x186,
street ou throo sides; shack 14x18,
double floor, on Inside lot; water on
lots; 1375, 12S cash, balance 110
month. W. Forguson, at Bennett's,
FOR 8ALE Two JoU In Des
chutes addition, level nod free from
rock, well located. Price S276 each
Terms. J. Ryan & Co. 3tf
FOR SALE Four very choice
IqU la Park addition, price and tertna
right. J.Ryaa&Co, 'J,
FOR SALE irous'e "and lot. Price
right. Terms reasonable, Inquire
TO EXCHANGE Nlco, largo
modern home In, 12 acres of land In,
Willamette volley to exchange for'
land in Contral Oregon, O. O. llou
kle, Lorg Cabin Bldg., Bend, Ore
gon. 44-47 !.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Two Jersey holfers and:
one steer, with snuke brand. Call
rural 88. William Alt.' 46tfo
E8TRAY NOTICi: Cnmo to mv
place two weeks ago, one black ruaro
and ouo brown gelding, burmlod cm
leit Biiuuiders, "T"; tnlls bobbed
foretops clipped, Owner may have
same by proof of property and pay
ing an cnarges. ll. K, JJHAUI).
Res. seven mllis northeast of Bis-,
tors, Oregon, 4Cp.
LOST Largo, whlo mule, brand
ed on let shoulder, "II"; weight
1300 lbs Deliver mulo and recelvo
10 reward, at A lino's barn, 4o-47p
STRAYED 1 red steer, 2 rod
holfers, 1 Holstoln steer, ull lonir
yearlings; 1 Holstein heifer calf.
branded "D D" on eft hln nhd round
nolo In una ear. Please notify C. R.
McLulHn, Redmond, Ore. 46-4 8p.
FOR YOUR NEXT SUIT
See DICK Tr?e Tailor
All Kinds of
CLEANIXO AND I'HEHHINO
Phone Black 1481
Gilbert 2b Son
Tho only storo In Bend
in hero you can get your gro
ceries and meats at tho same
Phone Red S71
Put Your Pny in Your
The ttat way to ave monty Wl
little cut ot tlic lay mvloie tut ixxkit
munrr. then ut the rent In thla lank
nj par your bllla Ly chttk Monvy In
tn bank la nut cully tptnl lot unnrt
(warira, and remain until a time o(
fiucU cutnva to you, thin you will U
ylad yuu have your tank mreuat.
Ctuvk bock will li furnlihnl tt. It
roata you nothing to Lava your iiwnry
krpt aafe lor you.
Central Oregon Bank
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