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IIRND HUI.LKTIN, DKN1), ORKOOX, THU1WDAV, .IANUAUY 9, 11)18
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
(From Friday's Dally.)
J. Sondly came In from llurnft
yesterday nnd will bo on to Mcilfonl,
nt which plnco his son Is III. Mr.
Somlly Is accompanied by Gall
linrncs, also ot Hums.
O. II. Gray nnd family nro visiting
Mrs. .Gray's parents. Mr, and Mrs. J.
K. Ilecd, ot Itond. Mr. Grny Is a
prominent slock man from tho upper
Crooked rlvor country.
11. J. McCann roturncd Thursday
morning from n trip to Canada, ac
companied by his parents, Mr. nnd
Ira. L. It. McCann, who will spend
tho winter hero. Thoy nro former
residents o't bond.
Mr. nnd'Mrs. C. A. Smith nnd chil
dren, of Illckloton, Washington, wcro
passengers to Portland this morning.
Thoy woro attending n family reunion
hold horo Christmas day. With a num
ber of relatives thcyr visited Mr.
Smith's two brothers. Iloforo return
ing Mo their homo tho family will
spend a ifow days with Mrs. Smith's
elder at Grcsham.
Had tho Grip Thrco Weeks.
With January comes lagrlppe. Lin
gerlng colds seem to settle In the sys
tem, causing ono to ncho nil ovor,
feel feverish nnd chilly, tired, heavy
nnd drooping. Mrs. Llnle Tyles,
Henderson, Ky., writes, "My daugh
ter had lajrrlppo for throo weeks. I
avo her "Foley's Honey and Tar nnd
now sho Is all right." Sold every
(From Thursday's Dally.)
B. E. Clarno, of lllatock, concluded
A. H. Olscn passed tho day In Red
mond. B. L. CLirk Is In Dcnd today from
Marlon E. Martin was in from Gist
today on business.
X. D. Deach, of Powell Dutte, Is In
town this afternoon.
G. W. Harkncss Is spending a wcok
In Portland on business,
a short visit with relatives and re
turned homo this morning.
Frank Ycarboro is In town today
from Hampton on business.
C. M. Charlton was in from Powell
Butto yesterday" to soil his hay.
Levi Ernst, of Powell Butte, was
in yesterday to soli farm products.
Miss Enid Farnswortb. has gone to
Spokano to stay there permanently.
John Esley, of tho Arnold neigh
borhood, is In town on business to
day. U. C. Van Clevo and C. V.' McCau
)cy, both of Deschutes, were In town
Burt, Miller and F. B. Wilson were
in from Tumalo yestordsy on bus
iness. G. Betaunty and W B Leach were
in from Powell Butto on business yesterday.
Miss Mary Fryrear Is back from a
(Christmas vacation spent at her home
P. B. Johnson was a visitor from
Mllllcan yesterday. He was purchas
ing stock for his store.
T. E. Going cana In from Portland
yestorday nnd went on to his ranch
nt Millcnn this morning.
H. Huhbnrd enmo In this morning
from Portland, whoro ho spent n fow
days over Christmas.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo Grldor nro
passing sovornl dnys In I.u Or undo
Mrs. II. E. Uogol wont to Klondike,
Oragon, this morning. Sho visited
relatives In Bond Christmas.
11. Pearson arrived horo yesterday
from Portland and will work with tho
Pacific Tolophono & Toh-rnph Com
pany. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. II. Smith have
moved horo from Vancouver. Mr.
Smith is a now engineer on ono of the
V. V. Ferris Is on his way homo to
Wclscr, Idnho, after passing a weok
with her daughter, Mrs. A. J. Gog
gins, of Bend.
Mrs. Georgo Dotwller, of Summer
Lake, passed yesterday In town boforo
leaving for Wallowa, whoro she will
Mrs. H. Faulkner left for hor homo
In Iloseburg this morning. Sho vis
ited thrco months with Dr. and Mrs.
W. W. Faulkner.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Andorson woro
on tho train this morning bound for
Denver, Colorado, where they will
niako their home.
Maudeno L. Main has taken out a
permit for tho erection of a gnrngo
on lot 15, block 10, Boulevard addi
tion, to cost $100.
W. A. Wing nnd family, from Gol
dondalo, Washington, spent yesterday
in Bend on n visit. They took their
departure last night.
P. C. Garrison roturned from Port-
land this morning, after visiting his
sister, who has been III. Ho left for
his homo in Prlnovtllo this noon.
Mr. nnd Mrs. M. B. Wlllard hnvo
GROWTH OP CITY.
(Continued from Pago 1.)
list ot nchlovmonts. Thn district has
rlson from second class to first nnd In
recognition ot this, him boon permit
tod to havo n school bonrd with flvoi
members Instead ot throe. Modern
practices Imvo boon Introduced, do
mestic scloncu, manual training and
public speaking having boon added
to tho coursu ot study. A primary
supervisor was recently Installed In
ordor to bring about n uniformity in
tho mot hod of instruction.
This year's school census till owed
an Increase ot -It children. However
It Is bullnvcd by tho superintendent
of schools that tho actual enrollment
has Increased 100. In addition to the
wing nt tho high school, a now room
was opened In Kenwood and a sec
ond camp school put In to accommo
date tho larger number ot pupils.
Postal Itccclpt! I.nrge.
According to n report made today
by Postmaster 11. II. Ford, receipts
at tho post office havo Increased from
$t6.r23.G6 in isig, to $24,101.84
SENATOR M'NAUV TKM.K OK
OUKGO.V IN HF.CKNT INTERVIEW
(Continued from Pago 1.)
Get Good ItchuIU Quickly.
Thcso few lines from J. E. Hayncs,
McAlcster, Okla., deserve careful
reading by every one who values
good health; "I find no medicine
which acts so mildly and quickly
"with good results as Foley Cathartic
Tablets. Thoy ompty the stomach
gone to Spokano and will travel on
from thero to Lewlston, Idaho, whoro
thoy will pass tho remainder ot tho
Father Luko Shochan Is in Pendle
ton, whoro ho went to moot the sis
tors, who will soon tako charge ot the
Bend hospital. Father O'Hollly ac
companied him as far as Hermlston.
Mrs. A. X. Haywood arrived In
Bond yesterday to pass a month with
her daughter, Mrs. C. II. Oakcs. at the
Pino Trco mill. She came In from
Portland and was accompanied by V.
J. H. Russell nnd family wcro
called home to Oakland, California,
this morning by the death or Mrs.
Russell's mother. They had been tho
guests ot R. B. Russell, of Bend, over
C. W. Mulllns came In yesterday
and went out to Burns this morning
in A. K. Richardson's car. Ho Is 1
this section to purchase land. J. H.
Yost, also from Portland, went with
him to jiurns.
Dr. Tumor, eye specialist of Portland,
at Thorson's Jewelry store In Bend,
January 10 and 11; in Redmond,
January 0. Adv.
Wns Kcvliug All Run Down.
Louis Buskner, Somerset, Va
writes: "I was feeling all run down;
tired, with pains In my back. After
taking Foley Kidney Pills I felt like
a now man." Backache, rheumatic
pains, stiff Joints, soro muscles,
swollen ankles, and slcon-dlsturblng
and bowels, giving all ot tho digestive bladder ailments yield quickly to this
organs a healthy action." Sold ev-tlrae-trled remedy. Sold every wticre.
erywhere. Adv. - -Adv.
l:V ' 211
Your Be.t Ally-A Good Bank
As a member ot tho Federal Reserve Bank
we havo the United States Government with
its immense resources back of us and there
is no more powerful backing in tho world. Did
you over realize what a guaranty ot safety
such backing really represents?
Tho United States Government itself kcops
funds on deposit at this bank, attor having
appointed us a United States Depositary.
Any funds entrusted to our caro have the
protection provided by tho United States Gov
ernment, under whose supervision we, as a
National Bank, are conduotlng our "business.
Open a checking account, or a savings ac
count at. 4 per cent, and take advantago ot our
facilities, This is our message for 1918.
The First National Bank
Ho speaks from practical exper
ience, being tho owner ot a beautiful
pleco of farmland, just above Salem,
known as Tho Forks. Among tho
numerous products ho raises are some
ot tho finest pears and other fruits In
tho west. Ho Is well versed In horti
culture, nnd In addition to having
ma do unusual and very successful
experiments In walnut planting, and
being tho author ot sovornl articles
on filbert culture, ho tins exhibited at
tho fairs throughout tho state, nnd Is
highly thought ot by experts In tho
"Farmers." he continued, "have,
plenty of tlmo to rend. In n great j
metropolis the people labor day In ,
and day out, whereas In tho country
wo havo long winter evenings nnd
rainy days when no work can bo-done.
Tho farmers put in their time read-.
Ing, not only tho metropolitan dallies, I
but nlso farm journals and scientific
periodicals. Contrary to tho general .
Impression, they are rather better i
acquainted with existing conditions
than the inhabitants of tho cities.
And again, out west there is not the
largo foreign population such ns you
havo In tho east. Tho Interests of tho
people aro In tho main Identical;
there Is moro humogenloty, ot
thought and purpose. There aro. not
so many conflicting elements. 'This
makes for a clearer vision of thoir re
quirements, and progressiva legisla
tion 4s accomplished much moro easily.
"Wo havo tho initiative, referen
dum and recall, workmen's compensa
tion law, woman suffrage, and many
other equally bonetlcial features."
I asked him whether ho thought
tho press really molded public opinion
to any appreciable degree In the large
"Well" ho replied, smilingly whim-
slcally, "I believe you may know
more about that than I; but I rather
think tho editors of tho groat dallies,
as well as the reportorlal writers, ac
curately gauge public sentiment, and
conduct their columns accordingly,
thereby obtaining tho hearty indorse
ment of their readers.
"I havo always had thn greatest
confidence In tho ability of tho Amor-
lean pcoplo to dccldo great questions
for themselves. And as tlmo -goes on
this Impression becomes, If possible,
stronger and stronger."
It was with tho manner of ono who
has given long and serious thought
to tho suhjoct that ho mado this state
ment. He said It with tho ulr of a
man who is quietly proud to represent
a body of American citizens. And
tho governor of Oregon could havo
selected no better representative. Ills
endeavors iln the senate havo been
consistently toward tho betterment of
conditions, not only in the west but
throughout tho nation.
When first appointed to tho sonata
ho stated omphutlcully that It was
his strong intention to support tho
Prcsldont to tho best of his ability
In the prosecution of the war. Ho Is
heartily In fuvor of placing tho bur
don of taxation upon thoso who aro
best able to 'bear It, especially con
cerns and individuals deriving tho
greatest monetary benefit, and ho
cast li'-o voto for tho bill which fiona
tor Johnson offered to tax heavily, nil
He is a firm believer in woman suf
frage and prohibition.
Aside from tho Immediate legisla
tion pertaining to the war, ho Is very
desirous ot facilitating tho develop
ment of Alaska. Something has boon
done In this direction, hut it Is ho
largo a project uud so worthy that tho
senator Is anxious to glvo It greater
Considering his groat Interest in
farming, It Is but natural that ho
should do everything In his power to
obtain an appropriation for tho re
clamation ot tho westoni arid lands.
Ho has already introduced a bill ask
ing for $20,000,000 to bo devoted to
TONIGHT, Last Time
1 ' ' ' i .i i. ii ,
llOUKUT O. IIOWMAN
Au;luui llend High School
Paulino Frederick in
Who Is Number One? Episode 0
NEXT SUNDAY AND MONDAY, JAN. 6-?
Matinee Both Sunday and Monday, 2 P. M.
D. W. GRIFFITH'S $2,000,000 SPECTACLE
LOVE'S STRUGGLE THROUGHOUT THE AGES
12 Reel Masterpiece, greater even than the "Hirth of A Nation." Never
before in the history of dramatic entertainment has such a stupendous and
thrilling speetaele been presented to the public.
IT IS THE WORLD'S GI'EATEST AMUSEMENT FEATURE
Marvelous accompanying music
by Enlarged Liberty Orchestra,
playing the wonderful music
written especially fortius picture
At All Performances
Adidts, lower floor all un
maJi LmJi UfrsI J
ltoxt mid Hirl of llul
com ni "llxhtlv higher
ptici Aiipl) m ticket
Mlmlxwu rhonc Mikity
this work, and while It did not pass
ho Is not ono whit discouraged, and
will surely find another opportunity
to bring tho question up before thn
Thero is another object which Sen
ator Me. Vary Is desirous ot accom
plishing, and In this ho will have, the
hearty sympathy and support of tho
entlro coutry. He wants to "oil up
tho wbools of the. legislative machin
ery In the senate." He believes more
business-like methods should be In
troduced, and with him, to believe Is
to prepare to act. Ho Is a young
man. Thero are moro young men In
tho sonata now than formerly, which
makes for tho betterment ot that
Croup nt .Midnight, Well In .Morning.
"A fow nights ago ono of my pa
trons had a small child taken with
croup about midnight," writes M. T.
Davis, Hearsvlllo, V. Va. "Thoy
came to my storo and got a bottle of
Foley's Honey mid Tar. Iloforo
morning tho child had entirely re
covered." Uso only Foley's, for colds,
coughs, croup, und grip. SJold ovory-
OIXMtOK'H VLM'K OVV.SKD,
Ono of tho cleanest and best venti
lated places In town for tho man who
wants a bath, a shave, a soft drink or
Just a place to loaf for u lime has
recently been opened by It. I), ouorgo
In tho baMoment ot thn new Deschutes
Investment Company building on Ore
gon street. A quick lunch counter,
under tho direction of Churlctt Hot
stcttcr, Is also a feu tu re of tho estab
lishment, which Is to bo known as
"(Joorgo's Place." Mr. Georgo for
merly conducted a harbor shop in a
frnmo building occupying part of tho
slto of tho now ono.
Entrances aro provided from tho
lobby and on tho alloy, and tho Inter
ior finish Is such that tho whole place
can bo washed out with tho bono In a
fow minutes. Modem shower and
tub baths aro a part ot tho equipment.
NOTK'K OK ANNUAL HTOOK
Notice is hereby glvon that tho an
nual stockholders' mooting of tho
Pino Forest Irrigation Co., will bo
hold at tho Arnold school houio, sev
en miles southeast of Iloud, on tho
Uonu-IiuriiB road, on Saturday, Jun
uary G, 1018,
A. C. AltMSTHONO,
In tho County Court of tho Stato of
Oregon, for Deschutes County.
In tho Matter of tho Batuto of
Dan Drnglch, Deceased,
Notice Is horoby given that tho un
dersigned was on tho Cth day of No-
vemnor, liuy, duly appointed ad
mlnlstrator of tho estate of Dan Dm
glch, deceased. All persons having
claims agulust tho cntnto aro hereby
notified to prosont tho same duly
vomica in tho mannor provldod by
law, to II, II, Do Armond, O'Kano
UjiMdliii?, Ilond, Orogon, within six
months from tho dato of tho first
.. 'MUCH DIIAQIOH,
4G-40O ' Administrator.
,S,SS x r
TO TltAIIK OH KXCItANOK.
TO KXCHANOK (or Crook or
Dnschutrs county land or Income
Ileutl "property: 166-scrn stock and
dairy farm, mllo and half from Co.
seat, Lincoln county, Or. Oood Im
provements. Full particulars, ad
dress owner, W. M. Hill, llend, Ore.
HOOB FOIl BALK Hogs, all kltrs.
Inquire Ilulletln. IHII.Kp
FOIt 8AI.K purebred Dunn Jer
sey pigs, eight weeks old. Curl II
Llvcsloy. Deschutes, Or. :IH I l,8p
FOIt HAM-; Ilargaln, nori.i. cows
and farm Implements,
FOIt HAI.K llarred Plymouth
Itock cockerels. O. A. ('. strain.
Mrs. It. U. Fllcklnger, Tumalo, Ore
4 7-4 Mil
FOIt HALK Olt TltADt: ICO acres
Irrigated lurid, I. 10 ucrcs Irrigable,
proved up; for lots, house or land In
or near Tacomii. Will pay jr.un'H
slon. Inquire Iluud Ilulletln ,
1025-1 J, If.
FOIt HAI.H ffio' groiieCoUw'old
and Hampshire nvtci, 2 to 0; also fiC
own lambs. Lots to suit purchaser.
I). It. French. Powell Ilutto, Ore.
HOT DINNKIl LUNCH, at Ooorgn's
Place: Bo up. hot meat sandwich,
potatoes, pie, coffee, all for S3c.
LOHT AND FOUND.
KTIIAVKD llrown mare, four
years old, star In forehead, ono whltti
eye. Lost from IUIey'a ranch, north
of llend. Address W. II. Wllllinu.
llend. Ilnx 431, G0-i5p
TAKBN UP One 3-year-olil black
and while steer; half crop and nolo
throngs left ear, under-bit. In right
car, branded on right ribs, but can
not make nut; dehorned. Owner
please call and pay charges. Oluf K.
1CK A.lim.l"' """ "'. "'""I'
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hciiso of tho term built on an honest design
with hnnost materials, sold nt an honest prlrn
with thn assuranco of honest performance and
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Hides, It has boon proved beyond question that
tho Ford Is most economical, both to oporuto
mid maintain. It Is ono of thn utilities of
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every Ford car. Itunabnut, $:4ti: Touring
Car, $:i(!0; Coupolot, ?0TiG; Town Car, (14G;
Hcilim, Q0G; Ouo-ton Truck Chassis, 000.
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