The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, November 08, 1917, WEEKLY EDITION, Page PAGE 8, Image 8

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IlKM) HULLKTIN, HHMK OKKtiON, 'I'llUlUWAV, NOVIttlllKH H, 1017
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
(Prom Friday's Dolly.)
u dwelling cobUiir $9G0 on block 7,
Tnrk addition.
Lovl Bnmt was In from Powell
Dutto yesterday.
Mrs. K. A. Streot nntl her mother
ro In from La Pino fur several days.
Fred Huoy In back In lloml after
spending several months In Seattle.
A building penult has been let to
Alexander Ferraris, who will build
31IB8 M.ibol IIlRsby was visiting Inj
town last cronlng from PrlnovlUo.
John Hondhuls has rone home to '
Portland. Ho has boon employed In I
this city. I
Mrs. A. It. Loekwood has gone
homo to Deschutes. Shu was In town
several days.
J. II. Stanley returned to Ilond
yesterday from a trip to the Pugct
Sound country.
Mrs. N. Wlnomlllor has arrived
hero tromtyicrldau to visit her son,
A. V.lnomllIer.
Sheriff Iloborts has learned that
Vernon Dews Is being hold In Jail on
account of a charge of non-support
of his wifo In Lakevlew.
MIME
OSBVS)
Tonight and Friday
JACK PICKFOUO ntul
l.OWSK Ul'FF In
"THE VARMINT"
n boarding school coined.
Saturday Night Only
Mt'ltlKh OSTIUIMU:
In the
"Moral Courage"
of a witty Scotch I.isslo.
WBBKLY and COMKDY.
Sunday Matinee and
Night and Monday
Till: OHKAT MOltAli PLAY
"HYPOCRITES"
"Naked Truth" with her mir
ror exposes tliti hypoorasy u(
nil classes. Kudorsed by
nilnlstors, the press mid
censors, as a powerful ser
mon. a uoiwli: m tit., with
TATTY" AimiTlvlii:
In-
"His Wedding Night"
Tuesday, Wednesday
FANNIM WAUI) In
"THE CHEAT"
Tho pluy that first made
Pmunutuiit pictures fumoiis,
Wednesday Only
DAINTY VIVIAN MAUTIN
In -
"LITTLE MISS
OPTIMIST"
Thi American War Nchn of
Our Soldier Ito.iM.
COM I NO, NOV. 18-til
DOl'ULAH FAUtlJANKH
III "DOWN TO KAItTII."
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B. M. Kby was In from Terrebonne
today with n load of veal,
Mrs. Karl Denton was a visitor In
town from Ucdmond this morning.
Mrs. H. J. Hedgpatch and her
grandson, Homer. Yave gone to Port
land for a few weeks' visit,
John Marshall, of Harnoy, came
through town this morning on his
way to Portland to spend tho winter.
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whirled on skidding tires
Into a disastrous crash
Stop endangering your
life as well as the lives
of others. When streets
are wet, always "chain your car to
safety." Take no chances. Equip all
four tires with
Weed
Chains
Skid
rbc ONLY Positive Safeguard Against Skidding
Safety demands that Rubber lacks the
all tires be equipped bite-and-hang-on ability
with Weed Chains. It to prevent skidding,
doesn't require the gift while Weed Chains hold
of second sight to see on like a bull dog, pre-
why this is true. Rub- vent side-skid and drive
ber slips never grips, slip. Equip both front
It slides on wet pave- and rear tires with
merits and roads like Weed Chains. Do it
a cake of soap on the today before ifs too
moistened hands. late.
A Cosrletc JfocK-AII Slzu-ror ill MUi aoi Stvttt ef Tires
For Sale By
Skuse Hardware Co.
foiz your
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ff; with TSP"iirC,MP"lWl 0
J PEARL LJ PMHUrJ W
Ssl v'V fi
Chases the chills in
a jiffy you bathe
or shave in com
fort. Portable. Fuel
consumed only
when heat is needed
no waste. No
smoke or odor.
STANDARD OILS
COMPANY
(CAurpuNi)
PERFECTION
G$L HEATER
L V. Sllvls mill Ashley Forrest
hnvo moved thulr realty and lusiir-
'unco offices to tho rooms formerly
occupied hy O. A. Tliorson, on Wall
Street Just holow OroRon street.
Mrs. II. II. Perry, of Tho Dalles,
was here over night with her hus
band Conductor l'erry. She has Just
returned from n trip to Kansas City
and said sho wni astonished to find
tho extreme rold there.
Charles Wade, former proprietor
of the Depot llotol, which recently
burned, went to Portland with his
family this mnrnliiK. Ho will re
main there sovoral days attendluc to
business matters wlillo Mrs. Wade
and their daughter visit In Oregon
City.
Seven men In tho Hartley coun
ty draft iiuota wont out tills morning
for Antorlcan Lake. They were Hor
acu Ilurdott, of Hums; Adolph Kit
tlllson, Crane; Charles George. Kgll;
Klljah Ward, Drewseyj Oscar Court
right, Diamond; Walter Heinz.
Crane; Hoy Llpford, Hums.
During tho whiter mouths Mrs, .1
II. Thayer, who has been living on
her homestead at Dry I.uke. plans to
remain on tho roast. Kho left this
morning for Columbia City and Cort
land to visit friends and will not re
turn Until spring.
CLASSIFIED
ADVER1TSEMM5
(From Thursday's Dally.)
Mrs. Klslc M. Smith has gone
Portland for a two weeks' visit.
D. K. Stewart, pastor of the local
Ailventlst ehurch, has gone to Port
land.
Karl P. Updike was In from his
ranch at tho head of the Metollus
Itlvcr last night.
John H. Hniisehlld, of Minneapolis,
Is In Hand today In oonnvetlon with
Insurance business.
C. McKlfrlsh wont out on this
morning's train to Portland a fid does
not expect to roiurn.
Dr. Klwood P. Lyon will speak to
night at tho Presbyterian church on
tho subject, "The Man In tho Gap."
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Maglll & Krsklno have boon add
ing more counters and shnlves to
tholr drug store for the last two
days.
Mrs. A. S, Moonoy, who has been
visiting her parents, Mrs. C. A.
O'Hrlon, the past two weeks, Is on
her way home to Itutte, Montana.
0. K. Daldnln, a brick contractor
from Condon, came In last night to
look aftor sotno brick work on a
building. Ho wont on to Portland to
day. 1. I,. Sleopor nrrlvod hero this
morning from Hrltlsh Columbia and
Is on his way homo to Hums. Ho
was gono on a 10 days' trip and ar
ranged to movo north in the spring.
W. A. Illothmlllcr, of Portland, Is
In town looking ovor sheop for tho
Columbia Ilasln Wool Warehouse
Company. Ho came In from Ucd
mond Tuesday and will remain hero
a wcok longer.
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THB.
S MARKET
H8 PLACBsfs J
l-OU HAIiK.
FOIt SALK .1-rootn furnished
house, painted, nud lot. Itovere avo
time, near Fifth St., L)tlu addition.
W. L. Johnson. N.17-36p
FOIt 8AI.K 3fQ young owes, In
lots to suit purchaser. .1. K. Warner.
to i Powell Itutte. Ore. 8.1S-.tfi,p
FOIt 8ALK 27 head yearling;
this Is good stuff. J. L. Couch, Turn
alo, Ore. K17-3Cp
FOIt SAI.K Hand-made lady's
sniiuio. ami cornwr lot In Wlestnrla;
ehesp If taken at once. Phone lllack
iw:. 8tf,-scc
FOIt SALK SO neros 3 ml I as
iisuu; io uen water; jiooo; crop
mis year, potaioos. corn, li.iy; hhII at
bargain. A. W. Crab a in, Ilniid. Or.,
u. I, llox Ul. 7J3-3C,7p
FOIt SALK 100 aeros. closo In.
witn 330 acres water right, also 80
aoros with wator right. For partlc
ulars, write llox 2SS, llcnd. Ore.
8t0.3n.33p
FOIt SALK Plenty of rough Inm
ber. nt Maury Mountain saw mill,
m per inousanil. Todd A Hamlin,
Held,, Oro. 8M-35,0p
FOIt SALK 320 acre In Milllcaii
Valley on liond-Ilurns road all
fenced; 100 acres under cultivation
well Improved. Muko mo a cult or
fur, or will consider trade llo S.'iU,
uomi. oro. 7 Rt-'Iltfc
FOR SALIC 80 ncros. 5 or fi acres
cleared and In clover, 20 ucros that
could be cleared; timllk rows, 7 tons
hay in barn, enough to winter stock;
2 Hi acres ol potatoes; good house
and barn. Pictures sent to parties
Interested. Prlro 2C00. terms.
Frank Updike, Klk City, Ore.
73C-3 ,3Gp
FOIl SALK 1018 Ilulck Lltllo
Six, In first class shapo. llox 2GS,
Hond. C87-3llfo
DUCKS FOIt SALK Hampshlro
bucks, lambs to 3 years old; Cots
woIiIh bucks, yearlings to 3 years old;
Llncolnn bucks', yearlings to 3 years
old. Wilson Itanch, Powell Ilutto,
Oro. 678-27tfc
FOIl BALK Ono grado Poll An
gus bull, IS months old. Inquire P.
II, Johnson, Mllllcan, 41C20tfc
It Is All in the Name
May be correct, providing the name is
built upon quality and satisfaction.
KEEN KUTTER on a pocket knife; Keen Kut
ter on a pair of shears, or Keen Kuttcr on a
butcher knife implies quality and workman
ship, linked with satisfaction.
LADIES Insist on Keen Kutter on that next
pair of shears, or
MEN Ask for a Keen Kuttcr knife, to insure
satisfaction.
Don't fail to glance at the Keen Kutter dis
play in our show window and remember
the Keen Kutter trade mark.
"The recollection of quality remains long
after tic price h forgotten."
Bend Hardware Co.
Why We Undersell, Because We Sell
For Cash.
NOW IS THE TIME TO
BUY THAT NEW COAT
We luve jiint received another new line of Coitt from New York.
The variety represent t tic very licit tliotiw'lit of the creator of wili
ioni. Garment carefully selected, tint will maintain our reputation
"The Store of Style" anJ "The Store of Value " You will finil
value, that became of the market uncertainty and condition, may
not he equaled later.
In Our Millinery Department you will find over three hundred
hat to eleet from, Hat that reflect only the very neweit andheit
idea from the center of fathion, 1 our attention i npecmly di
rected to our larjje and well equipped citahliihinent. We are pre
pared to give you prompt teivice and perlet workmanship, whether
ow priced uat or a man uraue mouei i mi win lino lariner
i..t
it be a
alt ir a tnoit exliauttive icarch and com
right. Our hat ranife in price from
importance that you nuke your millinery purchaie at our tote.
companion, that
Sl.r0toS!2f).0()
the price are
It i of vital
We also have a l'ew Line of Spoil S(lils ul Papular 'Price
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LADIES' OUTFITTERS
Wall and Oregon St,. Bend, Oregon
If you don't find is lint you tiro
looking for, ask for It In mi udvor
tlsumont In tliomi columns. tl
KIIKKP KOI I SALK 100 lisad film
wool ones; will sell nil or tiny purl of
thorn. Wilson Hunch, Powoll Ilutto.
Oro.
itfc
TAKI'.N VI' C'uiiiii to my ruiwli.
tho old Cort Allnit placo, SO nilltt
from Ilond, u i mir old Itod Mtiort
horn bull, utibrandud. Ownor nuiy
hum niilinal by provltiK proirty and
Ia'liiK cliiiriis, Ollvor Thorbjorii
ion. TJk-UCfip
vanti:ii.
WANTKO Sinwml hand Ford
roudstor, tot. P. II. JoIiiihoii, .Mllll
can, Oro. 833-30n
IIUNDKHDH OK PKOPLK mail
theso little ndvcrtlsoiiiKntn every
wook, so If you do not find w hut you
nro loo'tliiK for
PorhnpN hoiiio one olso tins what
on am looklm: for, why not run mi
udvertUnmnnl like this at olio coot
n ttiinl. tf
LOST AMI l-'OIIMi.
ItKU'AP.I) J500 rrwnrd will bn
paid for thn urrnst and cfiiivlntlon of
iinyniiP fitiiKlit KtKulInc oattln front
tho ineuihurs of thn HIstars-MntolliiN
Llvostorl: Assn , Jou Howard, Jr.;
Httc.-TroiiN 7l'J-32,37p
ADVKKITHK If you liavo lost
soinotblnK, iidvortlst. If you havo
found soniKthlnr, advortlso; If you
Hnnt ntiMhliiK. ndvertlie tf
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C. 8. HUDSON, President IIUfJH K. IIIIAN, Vlco-Prcs.
U. C. COK, Vice President L. (1, McIlKYNOLDa, Cushion
B. A. HATIIBIt, Vlco Proa. K. B. HAU'YBIl, Asst. Oushlor
The First National Bank
OP BEND, BEND.OR.EGON
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riipltul fully puld
Surplus - - - -
$L.'i(000
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To Purchasers of ,;
Liberty Bonds
Wo wish to annnunrn that wo have
sot usldo a vonipartinout In our Safety
Deposit Vnult for tho tmfo-koopliiK of
Llborty Loan Ilonds purchased by
our customers, WITIIOIJT CIIAHOR.
You may koop your bonds In our
Vault without oxnoimo to you avail-,
nblo at all tlnicH durliiB bankliiR
hours mid protcqtcd by all tho uaro
Kiinrds our modern Safety Doposit
Vault provldos,
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FOR SALE BY
THe FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
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