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'l)lil DIUKfTIONH I'Olt TAKING
ADVANTAGE Ol' THE I'EIIEUAL
KAItM L0ANH HENT HY HPOK.
ANE IjAND HANK.
(Troiii Tuesday' Dally,)
Exact directions for tin) organlxa
tlon of (arm loan association under
thn Federal Ilurnl Credit bill, and
tlm necessary mutliuil of procedure
In securing buuIi ItmiiN, liuvn Junt
Itimn received by U. B. CDiiiiulsslouor
II. a Kills, or thin city, from tint
Federal Land Hank of HpoUann. Ai
I, nitration blanks for tint limns urn
Included, and standard for inn for thn
by-lawn to ho adopted by tlio associa
tions, urn to bo Hunt later.
llnrrowors may not toko less tlinu
flOO, nor mora than 110,000, no
runtime to tho Itornl Credits law,
WL'llu tho nuinbnr seeking lonnw In
rtlathnly nmull, It W expected that
nu h crease will bo noted with tho
l.rt'vth of thn fiirm and boniu pre
ihi:i:n anhwkhh call
' Oscar (Irocn left Haturday nlKhl
for Cottage (lrovo where ho answers
tho rail of tho Hlxlli Company of tho
Coatit Artlllnry. Although Mr. tireon
In not uusworlug it cull to linns ho
bllovN that IiIn summons lit an ac
tion Hint means tho Coast Artillery
will bn summoned to tho fluid with
In a nhort time.
(Continued from Pago 2.)
with Wtiynn CIiiihii Vuosdny, roturn
Ini; homo Wednesday.
J. K, WllllniiiH, of I'rlnovlllo, was
ovor to III place tho Inttor pnrt of thn
wook on huslness, returning Hatur
day with a loud of fiirnlluni.
Krod KolllliiKi who Iiiih been work
lug on tho Hwulloy flumo, Is homo
Mr. Knlltncr ami fumlly loft Hat
urday for Eugene, hnvliiK traded his
pi a co Intro for ono thuro. Ill health
wnii tho cnusn for tho cliaiiKO.
Miss Ititliitoii passed Tliumday at
tho ('onwny homo.
Mm Cnllnn, of Cllno Fulls, In stay
Iiik with her molhnr for nwhllo.
Mm, Conway und daughter Ituhy
If ml Tniublo for Four or l'lr Yciir.
Many people suffer from bladder
trouliln whim they can bo ipilckly
relieved. W. J. Furry. It. F I). 2.
Halem, Mo., wrlti'ii: "I wns bother
ixl with bladder trouble four or five '
yearn. It gave inn h meat deal of
pain. I took different medicines, but
nothing dhl inn any guml until I got
Foloy Kidney I'llln " Hold every
where Adv. '
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the time about this
Wc try to kecj) down
costs which enables us to
keep down prices.
Wo try to maintain tho hlgheM
K)nllilo ntundanlof inerelmndlxo
thntuiir oiutotnom may ulwuys
Wo solicit your Grocery Hul
now bvciumo wo fcol thai ho can
save you monny with no suorllleo
to tliu quality of ginxU.
PAY I'H A VIH1T Olt CALL
IIY PIIONB-OUH NU.MHKU
IH IILACK 211.
MY COUNTRY Calls Me!
I AM GOING
Munt sell, rent, or trad cheap
A bargain In a good little homo for a poor family.
About 16 acres cultivable laud, one nrro now In wheat and ryo,
three acres for potatoes und vegetables, Imlauce not cultivated yet.
Ituutiliin crck ear round, wood, water, two-room house and nhod,
Itallrfwd ntatlon (I'fltoH, oh tho OrKon Trunk), on tho place.
Hlx nod n hulf mtlmt went of Madruu.
Ityo hay, whwit hay. No 1 nmt potatoon, rarrotn and all klndn of
need rulnml on the pliue, for tho Kurden.
Hunt of chli'konn
Ono r.ood, old work homo.
I'o.lofflrr: MiulniN, Ori'Koii.
THE PORTLAND HOTEL
The Hose City's worltlfuiucd hotel, occti
pyiiifj entire block. All Outside
rooms. Superior dining and grill ser
vice. An atmosphere of refinement,
i' with a service of courbicy. ----
Kuropcan Plan; $1.50 and Up
RICHARD V. CIIILDS, Manager
C. V. SILVIS
BARGAINS IN IRRIGATED RANCHES
AND CITY PROPERTY
loth ron ham: IN KVKUY AUDITION IN 11KNI)
I'nOl'KI.TY HANDMII) von NON-UKHIDUNTH. TIMIIKU
HOUailT AND HOI.l).
and way points
MAIL, FREIGHT, and
Pioneer Auto Stage and Truck Co.
SUCCESSORS TO WENANDY LIVERY CO.
vlnlttiil with Mm, Jolmtmoii ThurM
diiy. A. A, Or mm In woiklnc for tho
I,(inii Htur ranch.
Will liiiwHon and family worn out
to tholr raiii'li Hiindny.
i, C. Marlon, of Itodmond, pur
oluiHud Dan Urooiihalfih'H hay this
N. I). Wood Ih hnvliiK K"od mm
ci'hk at iIIkkIiir out coyotoa,
Mr, and Mm. AriimtroiiK woro at
(Hpoclal to Tho llullntln.)
CLOVKHDAhK, April 22. John
Oottor Iiiih roturnnd homo from a
month' vlolt with bin paroutii In
l A, Orubo and Karl wont to llend
WoduuHduy to tnko tholr frlond, In
land Hmlth, of I'nnn, who ban boon
Tho LadluH Club met with Mm.
('. Ward lout Wednesday, tho hoNtcin
ncrvliiK a tlirco'coumu luuchfon at
Mm. Tony Johnoon wan oalllnK
on Mm. If. C. Mlllur Haturday after
noon. Mm, Arthur Tomplcton and iIourIi-
tor, Mm. IM. Hpoo, loft Hnturday
mornliiK for California, to bo at till
ht-'dnldi) of Mm. Tomploton'n nick
1., O. Orubo and Arthur wont to
'I'll ore wan n farewell daiieo .it
Hhitnr'n Haturday nlfilit In bono, uf
Klvln Van Matro.
Kail Miller and Verno Hknlton
wont to Hlntom Hunday.
Mm, lloiUon and Mm. Arnold woro
callltiK on Mm. Van Matro Thumduy
Arthur and Kleanor Orubo, Mr.
and Mm. II. It, Kline, Dean Van
Matro and Ram Kllno attended the
OoorKo-Hommum boxliiK match In
Tho farinem of Clovordnlo think
tholr alfalfa In frozen out,
Itobart HurlltiK left lant Hunday
for Tuconia, aftor spiindlnK a nhort
tlinu with bl pnrontn. Ho oxpoctn
to ro to war when called for.
Mrn. Arthur Tomplcton (inter
mined Mr. and Mm. John Donnli,
and Mr. and Mm. Kd Hpoo, of 8I
tcm; Mr. and Mm, Hkolton and eon
Verno, Mr. and Mm. IlurlliiK and non
Hobort, of Clovordnlo, Friday nlKht
In honor or Alfa Tomploton'n birthday.
(Spwlal to Tho Iiulletln.)
IIAMI'TON Ill'TTK. April 20.
Hoveral Inchon of nuow fell Sunilny
and romnliiml on tho Kround nil day
Jlmmle llrlokoy mndn n bunlnona
trip to llend Huiidny. roturnliiK nu
Vic Johnnou visited with Win.
Holm ovor Sunday.
(.'. Ilinmnu and family moved to
Ilnrdan lant Ttioidny. vihore thoy
will work for W. II. Drown durltiR
Mr. Donovon returned to bin homo
Htend after bolnR out noveral monthn,
Mr. MrKadden wiik n husluoiis vis
itor hero the foro part of tho week.
Mr, McFnddHii In IiiivIiir CO acres of
MRebrush rloured off his ranch north
Mr. Hunting, of Hampton, wan aj
ImnlnoHH visitor hero yesterday. j
(labrlel Ilntnntl wont to Duck,
Creek yentarduy to file on an addi
tional homestead before Commission
Mr. Morris, of fluploc, Is here look
Iiik Hfter business Interests.
Via Johnson took the truck out
for llend Inst Tuesday. He expects
to work several months.
Mr. and Mm. J A. Ilrlckey called
on Mr. and Mm. llort Meeks Thurs
Itev. It. l.o reo addressed the peo
ple of this vicinity last Sunday nlRht
at the HronkliiRS home.
Wado Moore la circulating a pe
tition for V. 8, l.nnd Commissioner
(Special to the Bulletin.)
MIU.ICAN, April 21. 11. It. Kol-
ler and children called at tho Frank ,
Leo homo Haturday. j
Alwyu Lee. of llend, boURht a ,
youiiR team of homes and sent them ,
nut hero to his brother, Frank Lee,
the past week. J
L. A. Hnll wan a Sunday after
noon visitor at tho It. It. Keller
The road work was postponed from
Monday until Tuesday, on account of
tho snow, Tuesday tho Norton hills
were cut down, and Wednesday tho
Heum hill was cut down. All on
Joyed u dinner at tho Norton homo,
at noon both days.
L. II. Keller wan a Sunday culler
at tho J. J. Holland homo.
Mr- and Mm. II. 1C. Hmlth and
dauRhtor Lorono wore all nlKht
Ruostn at tho Mt. l'lno Inn Tues
day night. Mr. Smith helped on tho
road Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mr. Hdwnrds and little sou called
nt tho Mt. I'lno Inn on day thin
Mrs, Carl Hussel Is cooking for
tho woll drlllora, at tho Stanley
Arthur Kdmonils wont to llend
Sunday to moot his mother, retum
Iiik Sunday night.
Alex Gllmoro will bo tho mall cur
rier from Mllllcan to Kino, a distance
of 40 nillcs. Wodnosdny, April 25,
ho will nmko his first trip.
Mr. and Mm. Alex Qilmoro will
niovo back onto their homestead
while. Mr. Gllmoro Is mull carrier.
Karl Powers cullod at the home
of J. J. Holland one ovonlug laat
Mrs, II. II, Ccnwny and sons, Os
car and Donzll, returned from Hoar
Greek Wednesday, Donzll has been
qulto III while at Dear creek.
Mm, ICrnost Kdmonils is groutly
improved at thttf writing,
Frank Masslngnlo, who spent tho
greater part of tho winter on Ills
homestead, Is employed at tho Mll
llcan ranch at present.
1. II. Johnson wont to llond Thurs
day and brought his auto homo.
Tuesday, April 17, some of tho
pooplo of tho commuultv will again
work on tho road.
P. I). Johnson called at tho Pow-
orn mid It. It. Keller home Flrduy
Mm. It. It. Knllor visited with
Mm J. J, Holland Wodnendny aftor
noon. Mr. and Mrn. W W. Orlnstond
and little son went to Ilniiil Friday.
Tho L. Goodman fumlly expect to
move to llend very noon.
Arthur Kdmouds made a trip to
llend Friday, returning tho samo
Dr. 0. M. Ilosln Is busy sowing at
Mury and Joseph Holland, Paul
and Oram Johnson and Walter and
Hoy Keller missed school several
days this week, on account of deep
Ileuny (Iroffonborger npent Hun
day afternoon with Mary and Jos
Krle Hosteland I busy plowing.
J. J. Holland In plowing at tho pres
Mm. P. II, Johnson and children
expect to auto to llend today.
Krlc Hosteland sold some hay
Monday to n sheep herder, who has
a baud of sheep near Pino Mountain.
(Hpcclal to tho Iiulletln.)
LOHT CIIBKK, April 18. J. B.
Hmlth and family have gone to Lake
view, where they will reside Indef
initely. Kenneth Helmn, who npent tho
winter on Marvin Perry's claim, has
moved bock onto his own ranch,
Howard Folkcrson hnn gone to
Newport, Wash., to rnako an extend
ed visit with relatives and friends.
C H. Davis was a visitor at Sil
ver Creek tho foro part of tho week.
H. W. Host has gono to llond for
a toad of supplies.
Itobcrt McLouth wan a caller at
Ill'HIXKHH AND I'KOKIMHIO.VAIi
VERNON A. FORBES
h a w v i: it
First National Dank Building
llend :: :: Oregon
II. II. DcARMOND
L a w v r. it
O'Kano Uulldlng, llond, Oregon
W. W. FAULKNEH, D. M. D.
I i: N T I H T
Sulta C-8-10, O'Kano Uulldlng
Uend, --. Oregon
DR. J. C. VANDBVBItT
l'liyslclnn and Kurgcoa
Phono lied 271
Hours 9-12 a. m.: 1-5 p. m.;
7-9 p. m.
W. O. MANNING, D. M. D.
Sulto 12-H, O'Kano nulldlng
Illnck 1781 llond, Orrgon
GBOROB 8. YOUNG
Civil and Irrigation Kngtnccr.
U. H. Mineral Hun r) or.
Itoom 12, First National Uank
REDMAN & MOORE
Log Cabin Bldg.
PLUMIIING & HBATING CO.
l'LUMMNG AM) HILVTINO
117 Minnesota Streot.
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished
Jobbing Promptly Done.
O. P. NISWONOER, Deud. Ore.
Uconsed Kmbaliner, Funeral
Phono Rod 421. Lady Asst.
Dono III n riHHT-CIiASS man.
ner, while you wait.
Ij. Goodman, opposite Daker's
DR. R. D. STOWELL
Ovor Logan F-urnttuxa Co.
Wall Streot Hours 9 to 5
Phono Ited H'J
O. S. DENSON
Attorney At Law
Donson Building, Wall Street
II. 0. B L, L I S
United States Coiniulssloner
First National Dank Uulldlng
tin- Corbntt ho mi Inst Haturday.
Don Ithodcm nnd sister, Mm. Anh
by, and children did shopping at
Duck Crook Inst Haturday.
C. J. Htauffer and non Nod woro
visitors at Hampton Inst Hunday.
II. Kinsman and family have gono
to their claim after spending tho
winter at Hpannway, Wash.
Itev. Lorcn, of Redmond, hold In
teresting services at tho school house
Inst Haturday evening and Hunday.
While In tho valley, ho and
his daughter Dorothy were guests
of Mr. and Mm. Hasslcr.
A Hunday school was organized
Hunday and tho following officers
were elected; Mrs, J. II. Hassler,
superintendent; P. L. Forbes, assist
ant superintendent; Mary Dest, secretary-treasurer.
Miss Carrie Drown was a week
end guest of Mm. C. J. Htauffer.
D. F. Rhodes has gono to I'rlno
vlllo to get his family.
Ous MtLouth left last Monday
for a trip to Hand.
All Motzler, who hnn been teach
ing nt ilutto, panned through hero
on hor way to her home.
For farm land loans eco J. Ryan
& Co. A dr.
Othen Lie it. None Keep Ut.
Iff, SU hvt Joulltd in put
IN CRAY IRON AND BRASS
IIUFFSCHMIDT-DUGAN IRON WORKS
PHONE BLACK 741
Brooks- Scanlon Lumber
Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Building Mnterinl, Kiln
Dried Flooring nnd nil kinds of Finish
SASH AND DOORS
COMPLETE STOCK of Suaiud Sue..
BROOKS-SCANLON LUMBER CO.
Telephone Red 1431 oi 701 Cny Stlei Office Bend Cooipwry Du&t
LUMBER LATH SHINGLES LIME
All Finish Lumber Kiln Dried
Miller Lumber Co.
OFFICE ON OREGON ST.
Shoes for Real Service
OCR SPKCIALTY IS TO MAKH SIIOIZS TILT
STAND THE TKST
Is especially rondo for this kind of country. None are bet
J. E. TILT SHOE
A handsome serviceable dress shoo for men. Cannot be
beaten lor the money. Glvo these shoes n trial.
A. HANSON LOGGER,
The A. Hanson Loggor Shoes or Threo Lakes, Wis., aro
hand-made and cno of tho very best of its kind. Speolal mado-to-order
work tcken for this shoe.
UP-TO-DATK SIIOK REPAIRING
STREET R. H. LO V EN OREGON
NEW PERKINS HOTEL
Fifth and Wuhmtoa Slitcti
Centrally located The Hotel for YOU
Special Summer Kates
Room with bath privilege, single 75c up; double
$ 1 .00 up. Room with private bath, single $ 1 .50
up; double $2.00 up.
Auto bus meets trains.
Union Depot cars pass our doors., , , f
From North Bank Depot S car transfer at5thfSt.
5!ra;0NK BEND HAULING CO.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE. HOUSEHOLD
COAL AND WOOD.