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11HN1) llUILKTINrlKNl, IfRKGON, THUltHIMY, AVIUUH U'lHlH
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
(From Saturday's Dally.)
Ml sb Anna 1C. Kltlor will begin
eschtiiR school at "tho Pino Tree
mill Monday, rctflncliiR Mrs. . An
drews, who loaves to Join her hus
Tho Hags otfored by the Methodist
church to tho youngstors distribut
ing tho longest number of Invitations
to tho prohibition speech' at tho
et tho church voro won by Wolf
Patrol of tho Boy Scouts and by Miss
Hazloton's room In tho Held schoot.
Lloyd P. Miner, -while on a ten
days furlough from Camp Lewis, Is
in Central Oregon visiting relatives.
With his sister. Miss JIaiel Miner,
of Portland, ho camo in last night
and "was met by Dr. and Mrs. J. "W.
Thorn of Silver Lake. Mrs. Thorn
is another sister.
A party of Masons from Bond and
Deschutes wero In Redmond last
night attending lodge ceremonies
thero. Among thoso In tho machines
wero Judgo D. Barnes, C. L.
Simpson, D. H. Peoples, J. Alton
Thompson, W T. Mullarkey, Rev.
H. C. Hartrantt, J. C. Rhodes, J. D.
Davidson, C. E. Dcnsmoro, J. L.
Galthcr and A. M. Prlnglq.
F. P. Drako camo In 'from Hem
stnd last night. t lv , ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kline wero In
from Sisters trading ycstplny.
J. D. Stevens and 'J. R. Stevens
"wero passengers to Hood River to
Paul Ulmer -went to Scattlo today
to' mako his homo there. Ho has
..been In Bond for tho past two years.
ifl Mrs. J. B. Morton camo in this
pjorntng from Scattlo to spend a
month, withb'or parents.
Alex. Mackintosh, 'who put in tho
last six weeks on a trip to his sheep
ranch in Alaska, camo In this morn-
' ' '
,, , (From Friday's Daily.)
Mrs. Frank Perclvall Is in town
today1. .lh j,,!)
J.. L. gits came In from Burns yes
teraMy and wCnit on to Ashland this
C.A. Keith went to Prlnevillo to-
H. W. Holmes is vlsWng In Mab
J; P. Lundborg is passing two
day in Redmond.
DON"! LET IX LINGER.
A cough that "hajigs on" wears
down tho sufferer, leaving him un-
We Save You Money !
This Solid Oak Extension Table is in finished light
golden wax, has 45-ince top and extends to six feet
It is a popular style and well constructed throughout
A real bargain at
$ 1 6.85
The most complete line of Baby Carriages
Go Carts and Sulkeys ever shown in Bend
is now on our floor. Included in the lot are
Folding Carts - $ 7.50 to $28.50
Reed Carriages, $26.50 to $42.50
Sulkeys - - $ 4.50 to $16.75
We'.May the Freight to Your Nearest
Bend Furniture Co.
y s" Vl YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
nblo to -ward off sickness. Jos. 011
lnrd, 148 Flllmoro St., Nnshvlllo,
Tonn,, writes: "I whs sufforlng with
n dry hacking cough and n pain In
my chest, but since taking Foley's
Ilonay ' and Tar Compound I hnvo
hoen' relieved." It soothes, heals
and cures. Sold everywhere. Adv.
(Continued from Pago 1.1
which thousands died to perpetuate
Its supremacy," sho concluded.
Tolli of lUmibhiR.
Prlvato Smith, recently out or tho
hospital, whero ho received treat
ment (or tho wounds given him In
tho front lino trenches, recounted
snatches of incidents that brought
to his audlcnco a tnoro comprehen
sive realltation of tho conflict in
Europe. Many of his stories wero
humorous, a (ow serious. Ho told of
tho crucifixion of throe mombors of
his own regiment by tho Germans
who took thorn prisoners. Ho told
of tho bombing of London -whilo ho
was in tho hospital and tho killing
and maiming of hundrods of women
and children In tho, city. "Ono thing
tho allies will never do," ho said, "Is
to go to German cities and bomb
them In reprisal, killing tho popula
tion. Tho raids tho British and
French do mako aro over aerodromes
and supply conters."
Ho also told how propaganda bal
loons aro sent up with falso llteraturo
to spread behind tho allied lines.
"You don't have that sort of thing
over hero," ho wont on, 'but you
havo German agents among you. Let
there be nono of that lukewarm
stuff you aro cither with or against
More Drives Coming.
Mr. Ryan, known to his frionds as
"Tommy," brought his messago
straight from tho shouldor. "Today
civilization Is noing crucified on a
bloody cross," ho declared. "They
talk about keeping tho homo fires
burning. Wo'vo got to. Wo'ro tho
men behind tho ones who flro the
"I'm not particularly concerned
with this ono Llborty loan drive
you're going over the top this time-
but this is not tho last. Wo'ro going
to get through anyway. Wo'ro going
to break tho Hlndenburg lino, but be
fore wo do that wo'ro going to havo
to wake America."
Mr. Ryan, bo It known, handed a
$200 chock and an application for a
bond to a member of ono of tho local
Fifteen Years Ago
A party of young poontn of tho vil
lage woro delightfully entertained by
Miss Marlon WIest at hor homo last
Saturday ovenlng. Muslo, was. tho
principal feature of tho evening, Miss
WIest nnd Mr, Kennedy playing houiq
Tho Misses Lltzlo ICotclnmi, Kfflu
and Mnudo Dobbs, under the chnpor
onngo ot Guy Lafollpt, urn In tho
neighborhood. Tho young pqoplo aru
from Prlnovlllo nnd they aro having
a grand tlmo fishing In tho limpid
iclness ot Oregon's famous trout
Suporlntoutlonfli, D. WIest recent
ly gave notlco to 'tho Oregon Irriga
tion company's men nt work a mile
north ot hero on tho ditch right-of-way
that was claimed by their com
pany to movo, stating that they woro
trospnsslng on tho Pilot Dutto com
pany's right-of-way and thnt each
man would be hold personally re
sponsible for any dantago done In
following his superior's orders. In
compliance with this notlco, tho 0. I.
Co.'s men havo abandoned their ditch
right-of-way at that point as well as
at Lava. This means thnt at last
tho 0. I. Co. has listened to tho harsh
volco of Secretary Hitchcock com
manding them to keep off tho grass,
and that tho Pilot Uutto Development
company will not bo ngaln harassed
by potty lawsuits Instituted in a
mongrel spirit simply to delay do
On Tuesday last, while Ovid Itlley
had a party ot thrco mon building
a bridge- across the Deschutes flvo
miles north ot Bond, thoro happoncd
an accident that might havo pr.oven
fatal bad It not boon for some phe
nomenal quickness on tho -part of the
participants. It scorns that a rope
broko which was holding tho heavy
boat used in constructing the bridge,
and tho boat crashed into tho bent
that had just been sot up. Frank
Glass happened to bo on tho bent,
while Ovid Riley, Milt Young and
Robert Boswcr wero in tho boaL
Tho Jar of tho boat loosened tho bent
from its fastening and It topplod over
and started downstream; a stringer
struck Mr. Glass and tho boat and
capsized It, tumbling tho four men
Into tho river, and tho current car
ried tho boat botween two big rocks,
standing It on end and holding It In
that position. Wo draw tho veil over
subsequent events. Sufflco to say tho
four men escaped with a chill. Some
uncharitablo . persons do say that
Ovid was looking at a Uond lIoom
across tho river when tho accident
happoncd and that ho failed to no
tice that tho ropo had parted, but for
this wo cannot vouch. At any rate,
a bath in tho ley Deschutes no doubt
mado him cast his eyes elsowhero for
tho tlmo being.
Dr. Turner, tho eye specialist of
Portland, will ho at Thorson's Jewel
ry storo In Uond again Thursday,
April 2Gth, ono day only. Consul
GET ALL-WOOL IT'S
Ocsjrlfctt Ilcrt Behalf aer A Mux
M. P. CASHMAN
REED-SMITH MERCANTILE CO.
Spring is here and so is Housecleaning Time. Thursday, the
llth, is Curtain Day. You will find all die NEW CURTAIN
Don't forget the Rem
nant Counter. You will
find something new every
We have one table of
children's and misses' low
and high Shoes in white
and black at wholesale
New Shoes for ladies
in tan and black with cloth
tops in different shades.
Canvas Gloves 10c Good quality cotton Hose Work Shirts
Leather Faced 25c ;J 15c; 2 for 25c T&toM?
Leather Gloves i &2$? Moleskin $1.25
5Ct IlliklV'iA!1' i Fibre Silk 50c. J8'"?
$1.75, $2.00, $2,25 jj PufcSilk 75c Wool Mixed
OverallS I Trun1,: Trmienru
$1.25,'$1'.5, $2.00 :f $200 $25 The Famous Lee Union-
tfiue dumpers u Riding Breeches Khaki, niuo and striped
$1.25, $1.85 . $3.0Q $2.25 to $3.50
FOB SCHOOL HUfKltlNTENDKNT.
I tirtiv announce mvielf a eetvlUate to
iKtml mrtelf In the office of County School
Superintendent for Drtthatr county, ubjt
lo the approval " Ucpuuiiean voier in
the primary election in U Mil May 11. Jl.
J. ALTON THOSUVJON.
rort countt juuok.
I hereby announce my camlMacy for the
HniuLllcan nomination for the olTUe of County
jwlir, ubbjet to the approval of the lie
publican iiUn at the prlmarle to be held on
May IT, ll.
W. 0. IIAIINKS.
rOK COUNTY COMMIHfllONKK.
I hereby announce my candidacy for the
Republican nomination for the office of County
Commluloncr, aubject to the approval of the
Itepubllcan voter at the primary to be held on
May 17. 1018.
u. ii. pii.i.r.iu
Foil COUNTY TltKAHUUKie.
T t. I... n.ai.i.. mtf aMi1MJMr far ill I
I, .!. tf..i Mf.Mln.tLn frj ,fu .ifllM nf (Vtlfltvl
Ta.ti.A .hIiIm. n ,1m. kritir.ival of Ihe !(. I
publican voter al the primarir to ie ntii I
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on May 17. lttlo.
l.l.Tlir. l. MCKAT.
This season "what they
are" will be the vital ques
tion. You've heard a lot about
the excessive cost of wool;
the facts about it are a good
deal more real than the
words about it. .
But the result of high
priced wool shows in one of
two ways; either your
clothes will have less wool in
them or you'll have to pay
more for them. If you buy
cheap clothes that means
you don't care for all-wool;
there's no way to get all
wool now at "cheap" prices.
We're here in this busi
ness to be of service to you ;
and service to you means,
as we understand it, supply
ing clothes that are best for
Hona of Hart Schajfner & Marx
DESCHUTES COUNTY'S LARGEST STORE
at our store.
PLEASE ALL NOTIONS
We have one lot for
ladies priced at, the suit
Ladies Outing or Auto
sHats, priced from
Paul Jones Blouses; a
good assortment; prices
SUMMER, HATS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
rati COUNTY CLKUK.
I hertby announce my candMacy for the
(publican nomination for the office of county
clerk, (object to the approval of the voter at
the primary election tu Ut bekl on May 17,
J8II., Jf .nominate! ami electe.1 I promise the
tame Careful attention to the tlutle of my
oDlr aa given In the pait.
J. II. IIANKII.
mil COUNTT CLKKK.
I hereby announce my candklaey for the
Itepubllcan nomination for the unVe nf County
Clerk, kubject to the approval of the voter
at the primary to be heM May IT, I Kin.
AUCUKT A. ANDKItHON.
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NOTK'i: IXlll I'UltMl'ATIOV.
Donartnmnt of (hn Intorlnr. UiiKimI
States Land Otrico nt Tho Dallim,
uroRon, April 6. 1318
.Notlco U liuruliy kIvoii that Itnulion
AM CLOSING OUT
THE E. & J. LINE OF
Ilought direct from the factory, ut the following
Men's Ulnck. Screw, was $11.00, now $2.30
Men's Black Tan lUueher, was $4.00, now- $3.20
Men's Dark Tan, Waterproof Welt, full
Double Sole, was $5.00, now $4.15
Men's American Elk, Otik Soles, Was $J).50
Men's Gun Metal, Dlueher Goodyear Welt
was $5.00.. now $4.15
Men's tlun Metal IJlueher, Goodyear Welt
Medium Toe, was $4.50, now . $3.65
Men's Box Calf Blueher, Neolin Sole, was'
$5.00, now. $4.15
Men's Box Calf Blueher, Hand Welt, was
$4.00, now $3.20
Men's Gun Metal, Bal English Last Welt
was $5.00, now $4.25
Many Others Not Listed.
A. L. FRENCH
A Th firnr Tl.nl. .?-.. Tl.. D '
-1 jl, . immhuc ra. j-jjwi
The Paul Jones white
Outing Skirts just arrived
just tho thing for sum
mer. I know you will want
one if you seo them.
Take a look at our No
tion Counter. You will
find our Notions first class
at cheap prices.
We have a fow Automo-,
bile Scarfs at the olcl
We have all tho new
patterns in Silks.
It. Kullur, ot Mllllcan, Oroieon, who,.''
on May lCth, 1913, inndo honicatcail
intry No. 01 1004 for 8KW Hoc. 24,
SVi SV4 8co. 35, Towimhlp 19, Houtli,.
ItanRo 1C, Kast, linn filed notlco of .
Intention to mnkn final throo-yoar
proof to Mtalillitli claim to tho land
auuvn tlniicrllMMl tmforo II. C. Kill.
Unit nd Htnti'it romtnlKalotuT, nt IlmnU '
OroKtin, on tho 7th day of Juno,
Claimant nitrnca an wltncitio:
I'utnr II, Johimon, ot Mllllcan, Oro
Kon. John J. Holland, ot Mllllcun, Oro- '!
lifo Kollnr, ot Mllllcan, Orocon.
Ilurton K, DuvIh. of llund, Oregon.
C10p II, FHANK WOODCOCK. ,'
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