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REND BULLETIN, HKND, OHKflON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 121, 1018
(From Friday's Dally.)
Tho bonotlt given by tho Timber
vorkora' Union nt tho Liberty The
ntro Inst night waB nn exceedingly
onjoyahlft ono. Especially Interesting
was tho speech. "Your Franchise,"
"by 11. P. Winter. Mrs. Fish. Mrs.
iMacInurln and Mm. Parker received
woll dosorvod applause Id tholr trio,
Prison wero awarded liy Hay Can
terbury as follows: Mrs. Oono Rose,
'mamhorahtp In the Tlmberworkers'
Union and One month's duos; It. 0.
'Ooldon, ono year's subscription to tho
iJabor Hendor, and Nathan 1). Sher
man, six mouths' subscription to tho
D. KELLER RESIGNS
POSITION AT DEPOT
union depot, J. J. Iloydar has conto
ltoro front Portland nttd today took
ui his now duties. Mr. Kellar, who
Is resigning his position, was In
chnrgo of tho depot nearly a year and
one-half, Jto has not yet made plans
as to what business lto Will engage
In In the future.
Mr. Iloydar was Vocentl) connected
with a dopnt In Siui Francisco, going
from there to Portland.
mii cross tui.us now to
kmt socks roit army use
(Front Tuesday's Dally.)
Replacing D. Koller as agent at the
(Continued from Pago 1.)
needle. Knit two stitches on second
heel needle, knit together third and
fourth stltehos by slipping and bind
ing or by plain narrowing. In order
to slip and bind take off one stitch as
It to knit It but without doing so, knit
the uo.xt one, with tho loft hand
needle draw tho unknlt stitch over
tho knitted one. Where ever tho
fabric seems to lap toward tho loft
It looks bettor to slip and bind but
plain narrowing will do In every case.
Charter No. IWt.t.
REPORT OK CONDITION
The First National Bank of Bend
AT BEND, IN Till: STATE OF ORKfSON,
AT TUP. CliOSK OF lll'SINF.SS ON DECllMRER JM,
"Loans and discounts (except thoso shown on b
and c) ... .
Overdrafts, unsecured ............
IT. S. UoniN (other than Miserly llottiN of JIM7):
V. S. Dondi deposited to secure circulation (par
tsIuo) 12, COO. 00
U. S. Bonds and certificates of Indebtedness
pledged to socurc U. S. Deposits (par value) 3, 914.7(1
Total U. S. Bonds (other than Liberty Donds)
and certificates of Indebtedness
Llborty Loan Honda, unpledged, 3& per cent and
I per cent .. 1,575.00
Liberty Loan Bonds. 3 H per cent and 4 per cent,
pledged to ccuro U. S. deposits 15,000.00
Securities other than U. S. Bonds (not Including
stocks) owned unpledged 36,316.25
Total bonds, securities, etc
Stock of Federal Reserve Dank (50 per cont of
Valuo of banking house 24, 60S. 57
Equity In banking house
Furnituro and fixtures
Ileal estate owned other than banking house
Lawful reservo with Federal Reserve Dank
Lawful reservo with Federal Deserve Bank
Cash in vault and net amounts due from national
'Net amounts due from banks, bankers, and
trust companies other than Included In Items
13, 11, and 15
'Checks on other banks In tho same city or town
as reporting bank (other than Horn 17)
Checks on banks located outsldo of city or town
df reporting bank and other cash Items
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and duo
from U. S. Treasurer
'Capital slock paid in
Undivided profits 30,466.59
Less current cxponscs. Interest, and taxes paid 20.3S2.06
'Circulating notes outstanding
Individual deposits subject to check ......
'Certificates of deposit duo in less than 30 days
(other than for money borrowed)
Cashier's checks outstanding ....
Total demand deposits (other than bank de
posits) subject to Reserve. Items 33, 34,
35, 36. 37. 38. 39, and 40 657,742.90
'Certificates of deposit (other than for money bor
Postal savings deposits
Other tlmo deposits
Total of tlmo deposits subject to Rosarve,
Items 41, 42, 43, and 44 165,339.50
"War loan deposit account
Stato of Oregon, County of Deschutos, ss: I, L. C. Mclloynolds, Cashlor of
(he. above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statemout is truo
to the' best of my knowledgo and belief.
L. G. McItKYNOLDS. Cashlor.
Subscribed and sworn to lieforo me this 17th day of January. 1918.
BERNICE MORGAN, Notary Public.
My Commission expires October 21, 1921.
C. S. HUDSON,
U. C. COB,
H. C. ELLIS,
i - mi :r
Your Best Ally-A Good Dank
YOUR DOLLARS. Some
Jay they will make a mighty army,
Ncarcit Recruiting Station;
The first National Bank
Knit all tho way around plain mid as
far as tho placo whoro tho first nar
rowing was. Narrow tho Jltlrd mid
fourth together ns before and tlto
saiuo on tho othor hoel needle. Oon
ttuuu In this way narrowing every
other round until there are 17 stitch
es on each heel noodle, 00 all the way
around. Knit plain until tlto foot
measured from tho buck of tho hoel
Is 8 H Inches long.
"Too; Slip two stitches front each
heel needle onto tho Instep needle.
There nro now 15 atltehos on each
heel needle and 30 on the Instep need
le. On tho Instep needle, knit two,
slip mid bind or nnrrow the third and
fourth together, knit 22 narrow thltd
and fourth from tho loft hand cud,
knit two. Not needle, knit two, slip
and bind or narrow third and fourth.!
Knit It stitches. Third needle. Knit
1 1 stitches, narrow third and fourth
from end. Knit two. You havo now
narrowed four times In one round.
Knit two rounds plain. Make i( nar
rowing four times In tho same places
as before. Knit two rounds plain.
Make a narrowing round. Knit ono
round. Narrow every othor round
until (hero nru five stitches on each
heel needle and 10 on the Instep.
Knit around onco plain and slip all
tho heel stitches onto one needle.
"Kitchener too: Break off thread
leaving about a foot. Thread on n
bodkin of darning needle. Hold work
with thread at right hand end. Pass
bodkin through first stitch of front
needle, from tho wrong s!do or Insldo
of the sock toward the right side.
Pull the bodkin mid thread through
but leave the stitch on tho knitting
noedlo. Now on tho back needle,
stick tho bodkin In to the first stitch
from tho right side or outside of tho
sock. With tho bodkin in the stitch,
slip the stitch off tho knitting needle,
then stick tho bodkin into thu next
stitch on tho sumo back needle but
from the opposite direction, that Is
from tho Inside or wrong side of the
sock. Now pull tho thread through
both stitches but leave tho second ouo
stll on the knitting needle. Loavo
thread very loose for tho present.
Now on tho front needle, stick tho
bodkin Into thu first stitch from tho
front or right side. Using the bod
kin like a knitting needle, slip this
stitch off but do not draw thread
through yet. Stick the bodkin Into
tho next stitch on tho same front
needle but from wrong or Insldo of
tho sock. Now draw tho thread
through both stitches but leave thu
second on tho knitting needle. Con
tlnuo In this way, passing the thread
through two stitches on each needle
alternately. Always put tho bodkin
Into tho two adjacent stitches from
opposlto direction, the first from the
right side and tho second fr(in the
wrong or Inside. Always taku first
stitch off tho knitting neodlo and
Icavo tho second ono on. Tho third
must pass through each stitch twlco
except tho last onon on each ncudlo.
Put your hand Into the toe whon all
tho stitches have heon taken off and
beginning nt the beginning tighten
caoh stitch, ono by one until It Is Im
possible to see which stltchos waro
mads with the bodkin. Fnstan by
darning about an Inch up and down,
but never across."
Nnllop l lirrfliy ulvrit tlmt nil wmOlrntlonn
fur I'rrmltn to kmk cntllr, ImrtM nml uluvn
wiihin iiif iii:hciii)ti: natiuhai, ioui:sr
iliirllltf till M'nann f HUH, liumt li llliil III
mv iifflc mi rr tirfurw Mutch I, HI 1 8, I Ml
Itifcrnmllon In rmnnl to tlu mihiIiik fir in
It clmritiM mill Mnnk form n k iul in
iimMnir itillfitllin will If ulmllr furtiUliiM
Holi rniutwt. N. II. JAl'OIIHON, I nfwt
thipcrvl.or, llilul, Oimi.mi. (iMOtl)
.Norici: or final Atror.vr.
In tho County Court of the Hlato of
Oregon for Deschutes County,
In tho Matter of the Estate of (Icorgo
Notice Is hereby given by tho tin
dorslgitcd, the executrix of tho estalo
of lleoige V. McCalllHtor, deceased,
that alio has made and filed with I In:
County Clerk of DoscIiuIoh County,
Unison, her final account of her ud-
inlulstratlon of said estate, and Hint
tho Honorable Judgo of said County
Court has set Monday, the 25th day
of February, 19 IS, ut 10 o'clock of
tho forenoon of s.ild day at the Coun
ty Court Itootit In Bend, Oregon, its
tlto time and placo of hearing of said
Dated this 22d day of Jiinunry,
JULIA K. M'CALLISTEIt.
Executrix nt the Estate of George
W. McCulllstcr, Deceased,
Her Trtiiihln Is Oone.
Mrs. Thomas H. D.ivls, Mbhlgom
ory, Ind., says she had trouble with
hor bladder and had doctored for
several months without relief, whon
Foloy Kidney Pills were rocom
monded and she commenced using
them and got relief. They relieve
backache, rheumatic pains, stiff,
swollen joints and kidney trouble.
Sold everywhere Adv,
FOR SALE Lot and four-room
house, lit Grueuwood. I mini re Bul
FOR SALE-Fresh cow, .grade llpl
stein, three years old: making more
than 40 lbs. fat per mouth. M. E.
Laudes, Redmond, Or t l-47p
FOR SALE- -Old Trusty Incubator,
first class condition; also thorough
bred White Leghorn rooster. Ad
dress 165 Adams Place, or Box 481.
FOR SALE For $150, an extra
fine registered Defender Duroc boar,
nnniii -i years old. one or the riuest
on tho coast. J. S. Ileal), Portland,
Ore. 19.4 7c
FOR SALENWV, SW'J Hoc. 27.
Tp. 17, S. It. 12, containing 30 neres.
more or less, lying northeast of Bend
nml within a mile and n halt of thu
center of the city. Terms, cash. Mako
mean offer. J. F. Bean, Court House,
uiuciuiiau, uuio. 2I-4 7tfc
FOR SALE 320 acres. 5 miles
8E of Held P. O. In Crook roitnty,
40 acres under cultivation, 100 more
can be cultivated by removing sage
brush, no juniper: all under good
thrco-wlro fence: good supply of well
water and outside range for stock:
close to school; twlco-n-wcek mall
route. Price f o60 per acre, If taken
at once. Address Box 476.
FOR SALECorbln ranch. 25
miles south, on rlvor, for stock or
dnlry. L. Corbln, Oregon City, Ore
gon, R. 4. 64-44,Sp
HOGS FOR SALE Hogs, till kl(s.
Inquire Bullotlu. HMI.Sp
FOR SALE purebred Duroc Jer
sey plgM, eight weeks old. Carl II.
Llvesley, Deschutos, Or. :iSll,Sp
FOR RE.NTl60.arri farm, Irri
gated, 6 miles onst of town. Inquire
at Bulletin. 66-45,6
LOST AND FOUND.
OUND -Ono old sorrel horiu with
white hind feet, branded H on right
shoulders; weight about 1200 lbs.
Owner will please claim nulniat and
pay charges,' Elmer M. Peck, Hamp
TAKEN UP Two white work
horses, right front font or horse Is
wlro cut and mare'H mnuo roached;
tJAn accurate knowledge of the
SCIENCE of Dentistry is indispens
able to every denlist-but he is only
Half Equipped who relies entirely
on the knowledge gleaned from
text books and imparted at college.
THE ART OF PRACTICING DENTISTRY consists of being
able to dn the right thing promptly and offlrleiitly wliiiu tho
There ore thousands of dentists who know what to do when
coiilriiiili'd ulili curtain conditions do It well In most Instiiiices
-1 iiit thoHo who unit think quickly and do precisely the right
thing In pieelselynhe rlixht way In emergencies are tliono pos
ciod of originality and Initiative, and they nro graduates of
the Hatiiit school
the school of EXPERIENCE.
Even the simple operation of extraction teeth Is so different
when performed by tho novlro and the Experienced Dentist as
to vary from a laborious, torturing, dlsKiixtlug spectacle to
tho acme of refinement when the trained hand of the master
Dentist deftly and painlessly romovoH an offending molar.
Our method of preparing a cavity fur rilling partakes of both
Hcloitcn and Art Tho Icchnlqint nml routine work are fully
laid down by the best Authorities nowadays but only the EX
PERIENCED nro competent to do the work. It Is much like
giving InstructloiiH on how to paint a picture.
Root Canal fillings and treatment are so difficult that tho
Dentist who has mastered the Art Is praiT.cally a Specialist
ami there are but few cmpclout to do this Intricate work
Kuow'lihg WHEN to fill a tooth, or crown It, Is neither an
art nor a science- It Is merely a matter of common sense and
Our very low prices for guaranteed Denial Work Invo ln
d ii ccd many new patients to come to our office but It was the
superior service and satisfactory warkmanshlp that iniido them
our ncrtminont friends unit nutlion.
However, our prices nro the least of tho many reasons wit
.mini.. ....... ... .... ,,......., .. .. . ...... .... . . .. T'
iii'iiui iiiiini id un uir wimiwii nurK i no r"iii reason tor win
growth of our practice Is that OUR EXPERIENCE has nmdo
us proficient In THE ART OF PRACTICINO DENTIHTRV, and
most of our patients would still patroulhe uh It uii charged the
highest prices Instead of tho most reasonable
You inner knew of u Iiuiich or iirnri-.'.liiii llinl grnv enr
after t"4ir hj dinner, tr by iieMlitnahlo iiicIImhN. WIicii n
llriiUil I'nn llOKi-f, ns ouo Inc., the itmlin of nMittxx, nire
Hirrc - men tlnuigh Ihoiii Uio iomirlieiislon or tint Igiiomut
nml iiiiiippnvlnti'tl by the i'iiluu.
The King Bee Dentists
A. ( . FIIOOM, Mnnuh'er
brand undecipherable. Owner please
call at Mrs. (Icorgo Lltesley's ranch
ut Deschutes. 18-47, 60c
TAKEN UP- Whlte-faced, Short
horn two-year-old heifer; right ear
cropped; Inverted J I on right hip:
owner may have same by paying costs
nf reed and advertisement. B. L
Tone. Sisters U-47.50p
TAKEN UP One 2-yuarold Murk
and white steer; half crop and hole
throngs left ear, under-bit In right
ear, branded on right ribs, but can.
not make out; dehorned. Owner
please call uud pay charges. Olaf E
Anderson, Uonrliutcs. 4 0-4 4, Dp
STRAYED Three heifers, two
ynars old last spr'ng: branded trl
angle with H In center on right ribs,
have a wattle on llm right hind kg,
breeder's brand, dog Iron on mp
Kindly notify B. L. Tone, Sisters,
Oregon. 68-45, p (
STRAYED One spun of white;
horses, brand on one, either 13 or. 17,f
brand on other undoclporablo. v M.
McKey, Horse Ridge. 7l-45,9p
BEND WATER LIGHT
& POWER COMPANY
4 I j I Have to I
(c nurrv! r
B On February 1 tho price f
of The Bend Bulletin I
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and new subscriptions will I
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Send yoilr $1.50 in before Feb hi- I .
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