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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1917)
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YOU will be con
vinced when you
hear the deep soft
tone of the
that it is the kind
you ought to buy.
If you like the Victor mu
ch ines better, we have a very
complete .showing of the
REED & HORTON
Clmi-ler No. O.lflB.
IlKPOUT OF CONDITION' OF
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
L. F. Templeton, of Portland, trtiv-
olwl north on Iniilucrt thin inurnliiK.
I P. ('. Huns, who wnit here on a two
ilny' ItuiliiMHt trip, Iihr returned to
0. O. MprlriKer left (or Moro this
tnornliiK to liy In the baud al Hih
HIiHriiiaii County fair.
Ml Minn McCarthy, of Hllvcr
ll.ako, loft for Portland this morning
to riininln ovor the winter.
Mm. A. I). Taylor Iihn gone to
Halttiu, lifter spending the Hiiiniuor In
llnnil with Mm. A. II. Horn.
& Mm. V. A. Mmltli ha returned from
VaiiMiuvMr. Washington, where h
wm vtnltlng IrlflNiU u week.
Mm. Carrie Parsley, niter pnd-!
Ink the summer at her Harney Valley
homestead, U on her way tack to
Kiddle, where he live part of Hih
ymr. Hh nfwnt last night In Ilend.
Mr. aimI Mm. N. C. Judd mhI ram
lly. of Waatlnn. passed thrmiKh town
before ItwvlHK for Trouldale.
. C. II. Kegley, federal farm loan
appraiser I In Mill If ft H Unlay making
appraisement In that district.
Ooorge Curtlii bmI George Duty
yesterday broitKht In two boor cub
they had captured 0 uillo up the
Frank Ilroderlek went out thl
inntuliiK In Portland to Join the for
Mtry rcglmeHt. Hh li from Akti
Oeorgn Wapitis, from Lynden,
tj Washington, In here looking over land
which he umy buy In the Im l'Me
(?. I.. MeKllvey rami In (mm llurns
IflNt nlKkt nud he gone w to Foeell
to visit Mm. McKllvry, who Is In the
Mis Kdlth Calloway returned to
Portland tnl morning after a week's
visit with her cousin, J. P. Shipley,
unit hl daughter La urn.
II. 0. WIiirIow left lam night for
I'ortlaml whnro ho Intend to onllsl n
uu electrical engineer In tlio nuvy.
Mr. Wluxlow will roturn to lloml (or
two or three week to settlo business
matter before signing up.
Oeorgn Htroni: nod hi family, of
Mouth Kot'kwood, Michigan, motored
to lli'iid this wouk and yesterday
started (or Kiicmiio. On itccouut of
n lirHukilown they wro (orcml to ro
turn lnt Mlc.lit (or rupalr. Tlioy left
tholr homo In Mlchlcnn threo weokx
(luwit of Mr. nud Mr. Ilnrry IC.
llrookH ul tlinlr houin till wnok nro
Mr. nnd Mr. Thnuini Hanum, of
rrluvlll, Mr. RHd Mr. OtHirco !!
tuy. of I'tMt, nnd MtM (Iwtrclu Mnrf"
AndrM, of MlHnttHpolln Ml JtMtn
Htm nil nImi Mrrlvtwl ) uinrnlnK
friurXHtkuH to join thw Iioum parly.
The , First National Bank of Bend
, AT IIUND, IN TIIH HTATB 01' OltHOON,
'AT 'Mil: CI,WH Ol' lirHINIWH ON Hi:ri'i:.MIIKK 1 1, 1017.
I.oniiH nnd dlncouut (oxcopt thoxo nliown on l
AeroptniiCMi of othnr lintik dUcountrd iioiio
CuHtomom' llnlilllty nccouut of accflptmico of till
bank purohiiNud or dlicotititiid by It none
Tolnl Ion n 1474,569,20
KorolKii IIIIIh of KxrhniiKo or Draft nold 'with In- , ,
doriaiilunt, of thin' bank, not howu tinilor
Itoni d itbnvn, ntn Itotn Rfla) .,
U. H. llond deponlled to Kucuro olroulatlon (par
viilon) .. 12.CO0.0O,
Total U, H. llond (other than Liberty Uondi)
and curtlflcati; of liidubtudnoNH
I.lborty I.ouu llond,. unpladKod MOO. 00
Llborty l.onn lloml, il(Jx')d to nocuru U. H. and (
othor (lfioltH . . . ....
llond othnr tlinn U. H. llond pledged to Hwiuro
, pimtnJ HftVliiK dupoHlU .1,914.70
llcihirltli'nl othnr tlinn U. H, lloml (not InaludltiK
MtotkK) ownml, utipludKed 17,p88,87
Total blind, Awiurltbm, ote
Htock of Kodural Iti'horve Hank (60 par Milt of
Value or btttikliiK Iioiibb 24,008.67
Kfjiilty In ImtikliiK houtt
Ftirnltiiro and flxtunn '
Itwil cutHtu owiifil othr than bauklni: hou
I.uuful rtmrv with I'odHral Itonorvo llunk .. ... ...
Cnsli In vault und net aiiiount duu from narlonal
Nut amount due from bnnki nnd Imnknr. and
trtiNt uompRiiliHi othor than Includeil In Item
13, 14, and If.
HxrlmtiKo (or clwirliiK houno J
Total of Mom 14, If.. 16. 17, and 18 228,440,81
Chock on bank located otitnldu of city or town
of niportliiK bank and other' ah Item
Redemption fund with U. H. Trauror und duo
from U. 8. Trooaurur
ItVIC KI'KCIAI.IHT, of I'ortlaml
Visits Rend Monthly,
Watch Paper for Dates,
or Inquire of
TIIOItHON, Tllli JKWKI.IIH
(I'roin TUMiday' Dally.)
II. I'luli win on thU inomlMK' train
bound for mmttlfl.
li. HhiIiIImk wa n Portland bound
pMMWKr laat ulcht.
C. II. Murphy lm cbhh to IttHlmond
wlmre h will b iiiuployed.
A. I). Lftwl I down from hk IIIk
MtMdow farm for n few day.
II. A. Van Home left tor Portland
thl mornliiK nftnr mtucludlur; hi In.
iulrlo Into homettcad ontrltn.
Mr. N. O. Moreland, of Portland,
I hero vlltliiK l'r daunhtur, Mm.
J. M. ltoliHrt.
Coot I MrKi-iulo, of Paulina, went
to Portland lul nlnlit to Join I lit'
Mm. PriMl flturKM, or KuntHX, mm
In thnt mornliiK from Kclo. Hkn had
btHM) koh nIx month.
Mm. (1. J. Pmtwr mturnml laat
night to Portland aftor vUltlai; httr
dauxbter, Dorta. a WMk.
II. W. (!ray inuwmI thrown rtt(t
on a bntlnrai trip, lie left thl morn-
inn for Omaha. Nebraska.
Krunk and Tom Mali barn gonr
bark to Portland after spending a
fw day here on an outlnft-
The UdlM' Aid ftoelety of the Hap
(let rhtirch will be tH rbarK at th
Itxd CnHM riHiin on Thursday.
Mm- Kriiit. of m Pino, I now drlv
Iiik n tu'w hhmIhI Chevrolet rar, pur
rhMd Katurday from tlio llend (lap
Capital atock paid lit
Undivided profit I
!. rurreut oxiieniea, Internal, nud tnxo paid
Circulating notea outKtnnilliiK
Individual depiHilt ubJMt to rheok 4.
Certlflcaten or depolt due In lei than 30 day
(other than for money borrowml)
Certiried check '
Caihier'a chfk outHtamlliiK
Total demand depoelt fcubjoct to ItaaHirve,
Item SI. it. 33. 34. JR. 30. 37, and 38 048,033.40
Certificate of dtpoalt (other than for money bor
Pontal Having depimlt
Other tme dtttioalt
Total or lime dcjioall aubjeet to ItMOrve, Item
39. 40. 41. ami 42 1I4.4S0.38
5 IS. 35
Hlate of Oregon, County of Deechutea. m: I. L. (1. Mrlleytiold. Cashier or
the above-numwl tiank. do iHilemuly awoar that the above itatement l true
to the beet of my knowledge and belief.
L. O. McllKYNOLDg. Caahler.
Hubcr!bd and nworn to before me this Slat day of September. 1917.
VKIINON A. POItlllM, Notary Public tor Oregon.
My Commbteton expire December 31, 1918.
C. 8. HUDSON,
II. C. KLLIS,
U: C. COB.
Mm. JorIo K. Tata hn gono bnok
to her homo In Boattle. Hhn had benn
vlltlng at the home or W. L. Car-
Itabnrt llltlyor-and Ilnrry Patlay.
or Portland, are spending aeveral days
In Prinovllle before returning herei
IS. A- ICaaley, or Pertland, war In
town ytrdy. lie rame In from the
Hum country where he waa rloalng
real estate deal.
8. II. Agnow thl morning returned
from Prlnevllle, where Tio attended
Charle Paxton and John PaU re
turned to LaniBHta this morning.
They were down on business In con
nection with land.
Mr. and Mm. Kloyd Nett, of Hamp
ton, after visiting In llend, have gono
on to Astoria to spend a few diys
with Mrs Nett' brother.
Mrs Danford Shulte. M'ss Gr-
New Cocoa Brown Fibre Hose, just
unpacked, at 85c a pair.
Also in Champagne, Black and White .
Niagara Maid Thread Silk H.pse,
black only, at $1.25 a pair.
Black Cat Thread Silk Boot Hose, an
exceptional value (Rird) 75'c pair
BOYS' NEW SCHOOL SUITS-
All Wool Blue Serges, at $7.00,
New Mixtures, at $5.00, $5.50,
$6.00, $6.75, $8.50.
New Belter Models with vertical
pockets. Also Pinch Backs included in this lot.
BOYS' MACKINAWS-A complete
showing from $4.75 to $7.75.
from 7.50 to $13.75.
STOP AND SHOP Al
trude Sohultzo, Ted Schultze and Mrs.
Garth II. Young, ot Daytona Ileach,
Florida, came In yesterday from Gate
Mrs. Al. Hall nnd two grand
daughters came In last night from
Harney Valley. Mrs. Hall had been
visiting Mm. Itay Travis and Is tak
ing her two llttlo girls to Portland to
Hugh B. Uran will go tonight to
Portland to attend the bankers' con
vention which will meet with Secro
tnry McAdoo. Mr. Hrann will drive
back U his car, going through Dolie.
Idaho, on the way.
Hugh K. Hran, vIce-presUlent of the
First National Dank, leaves tonight
for Portland to attend the conference
with Secretary of the Treasury Mc
Adoo tomorrow. From Portland Mr
Hran will go to Uoise. Idaho, return
ing the latter part of the week.
-f STORE THAI STTS THE P
$ the sfbrar: that $r i .' t i r pack
is called to our new offerings in Autumn
Footwear. You'll find medium weight
shoes for daily wear and durable, solid
shoes for stormy weather.
Our shoes rank high in service, style
and quality, and are a source of pride
and comfort to those who wear them.
(J An inspection of our line will surely
i 'j . . I. .
BEND'S ECONOMY CENTER
Mid-Season Sale of
F. II. MAY APPOINTED
(From Friday's Dally.)
Frank II. May was yesterday ap
pointed deputy county surVoyor by
Surveyor Goroge S. Young. He will
take up his new duties Immediately.
Mr. May has had charge, of the re
cent road Improvements In nnd
around Dend. acting ns assistant state
highway engineer. He has been con
nected with engineering work In this.
city for several years.
Thursday Friday Saturday
During These Days We Will Sell
Hats as Follows:
Choice of any
0, $7 or S8
Choice of any Choice of any
$3.95 . $2.95
We Have AH the Latest
in Jet and Pearl
Priced at 75c and more
Our Oriental Beads
- are new and. very
LARSON & CO.
Sign (tfthc Big Clock
143 Oregon St.
Millinery For Winter
$3.00 Hats at $1.95 and a Selection to be
Sold at $1.00. Over 300 Hats to Select
from. This is Your Opportunity to get Your
Hat at a very Small Cost. Come Early
A large variety of patterns
meeting every inclination of
Style for Winter.