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HUM) nUIJIiBTIX, IIKNII, OREGON, 'IltJRHIlAY, MAY t, itllH
1 May Records 1
' FOR VICTROLAS
; NOW ON SALE 1(1
" Come in and hear the
111 new ones
THE REXALL STORE
.LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
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(From Wednesday's Dally.)
II. II. Kllguro of Hoinslod In In
I). I). Hull of Portland In In Itoml
Porter (J. Woods of I.akovlnw In In
tho city on hutiliii'Mii,
A. E. Purry of Powell lluttc li In
tho city on business.
A. K. ItlclinrilNon of Hiirnit wnii a
business visitor In tint city today.
C. H, 1 1 tuition returned thU morn
liiK from u business trip to I'urtlnud.
Mm. Charles I). Hitter nnd Mm.
)'. A. Williams of Cri'itcunt oro In
Hnrvey Wells, stuto Insurance
ooininlHBloiicr, wn n visitor In llund
H. Hales of Beoltlit, accompanied
liy Mm, Hales, It In Heml looking
ovnr conditions hum with u view to
making Ihln tlitilr fiomu.
Mr, and Mm. It. A. Ward en mo up
from Ki'dmoiid lout night ami will
remain hero until tomorrow, Mr
Ward attending to county business.
Win. Woruwllor of Portland ar
rived In tho city yesterday and wan
mot hero by hla ion, Max Wertxwllor,
of tilstors, Tim two men wilt con
tlnuii their Journey to Hlstnrs today,
whero Mr. Wortxwllur, Hr., will visit
for Homo tltiin,
THE, STORE WITH GOOD GOODS
For ibe Girl Graduile
For Ihc Boy Graduate
' Tie lln
Larson & Co.
Al the Sign of the Big Clock
M3 Oregon Slfcrt, Bend, Ote.
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Mr. nnd Mm. A. 1. Loo of Portland
nrn In tho city.
Curl Wodockl or Tho Dulles Ik In
llund on business.
Albert Jullnn of I'loutwood In In
tho city on business,
11. A. Lester of Hllvor Lako In
registered at thu Cur.y.
J, Alton ThompNon mndo n busl
niiHH trip to Itudinoiid toduy.
duo, W. Craig of Ft. Hock wan n
business visitor In tho city yesterday.
Mr, nnd Mm. II. O, 12111m returned
I nut night from a pluanuro trip to
Mr. and Mm. J, M. Hayes of I'ont,
Oregon uro nvtlslured at tho Pilot
E. E. Ownloy, n rnnchor of tho
Hum district, wan u business visitor
In tho city yuatorduy.
Mr. ond Mm. It. C. Onborno and
Mr. and ltr,IL E. Koruoy of Culvor
woro In llund yesterday, registered,!
tho Hotel Wright, )" '
II. O, Fawcatt of Tuinalo ipont to
day In llund on business. Ho will
leave thla evening for I-n Pine, whuro
liu will remain for novoral days.
11. 0. Iouppnor of Portland, owner
of tho now Kovppnor building;, which
In being erected In thin city, arrlvod
In llcnd lant night and will remain
hero for novum! days looking over
tho countructlon of tho building.
Alva Klrkpatrlck of Mllllcan wan
a hiinluonn visitor In tho city today.
John ItllH, who wan formerly con
necled with tho forcnt norvlco In
Ilond, In now nuporlntondcnt of tho
Tato Mountain nchool, nt Tnti, On,
A. II. Gnttscholl, who has boon In
thin noctlon for tho punt mwnral
monthn lookliiR after tanning Inter"
untn hero, loft thl uiornliiK for llar
rlsburg, Pa., whuro ho will vlnll with
friends nnd relatives for noverul
muutlin boforo returning hero.
hold fuirvlcisil Ititliu Mothodlnt church
Micllo Pnmoiin, Ozono Ordwny,
(Iriico Ilf(tK" nnd Dolly McDowell
woro In 'town Haturday nflcrnoon
Km m nt Ilnrrln of Hoattlo In In llund
looking ovnr nomo farm property In
which ho In Inloruiitod about threo
mltoii from thin city.
Mm, II. F. Out mini of Hllvor Lnko
loft thin morning for n several weeks'
vIhII to Portland. Hho hnn boon visit
ing l thin city for novum I dnyn,
Mr. nnd Mm. H, 0. Hills loft yen
torduy for ii pluanuro trip to Hurim.
They nro cxpoctud to return homo
Tho llttlu noil of Mr, and Mm, John
HtlluH, who han buun norlounly 111 nt
tho Ilond Hunxlcal hospital of pneu
monia, Ih reported Improved today.
MIhh Francos ThompHou, who hnn
boon toacliltiK tho nchool In DUtrlct
21, hnn returned to her homo huro.
Tho nchool wan cloned on Friday.
J. II. linner loft thin morning for
Prluevlllo, where he will remain tho
nutlrn weuk attending to thu work
of trnuncrlliltiK tho county rocbrds.
Mr. nnd Mrn. (loo. I-:. Evans of La
Pino and Mm. Nora Armstrong and
koii nnd Mm, W. C. Ilonch and mm,
guests of tho Kvann, woro llcnd vis-
Itorn on Hninlny,
Mm, It. W. Hondornhott and Mm.
W, C. lllrdnall loft Haturday ovonlnc
for Hoattlo to nttond tho Ited Crown
Inntltute. They expect to vlnlt Camp
1. 1) win before they return to Ilend.
Mr. nnd Mrn. Junius Klllott left
Haturday ovoiiIiik for Hoattlo to nt
tond the funeral or Mr. KIllott'H
brother, William Flllot, who wnn
killed In tho wreck of an O.-W. It.
& N.. train nt Kent, Wnnh., Friday.
Mr. nnd Mrn. T. J. Hurnn of Port
land arrived In llund Huudny even
ing and this inornlnR left for Ft.
Klamath, whero they will npond the
ntimmer with their eon, Charlcn
Hurnn, who ban a largo ranch In that
vicinity. Chan, Hurnn met them In
thin city nnd accompanied them to
(Mr. arid Mrn. W. li, Oytifoy nnd
Mm, W. (' UulcU 6f Hllvor Lnko ur,o
l5Uot nt the Pilot Hutto Jnn.
Wo )iiy all klndn of hlilon, poltn,
fum, wool, Ilrlttifn Hccoild Huiid
Htoro. - 37tfo
Notice In hereby kIvoii thnl tho
City of llend han taken up tho fol
lowing doncilbod llvcnto'ck, to-wlt;
Ono brludlo holfer nbout 1 yenm
old, brand 88 or double bit left hip,
Tho cunt of redeomluK nnld llventock
will bo $1 per day In addition to tho
ncltinl expennen of keeping nnd uil
vortlnliiK. In cnmi of failure to ro
doom on part of tho owner, nald ntock
will bo nold an provided by tho char
tor of tho City of Ilond, on Way Hth,
nt 3 p. m nt tho city pound.
10c L. A. W. iNIXON,
Chief of Pollco and ex-OfJldo
(From Mondny'n Daily, )
Minn Klonuor Whltmoro npont tho
week-end In Duschuten,
It, M. Hmlth and Hnmoy O'Donnell
motored to Prlnovlllu Ruiiday.
Charlen Whitfield li.'ft Haturday
evening far Portlund and Hoattlo.
Arthur Michel uud Atlas IIchbIq
Hondrlckn of Prlnovlllu npont Sunday
Mrn. Sarah Abol and Mr. and .Mrs.
C, II. Hrudley of Ilodmoud were In
Mr. and Mm, L. C, Marlon and Mr.
nnd Mm. Jarcd Mooro of It ml mom!
wuro in town Sunday qvoiiIiik.
Itov. W. C. Htowart returned thin
moriiliiK from Prluuvlllo, whero ho
NEW SPRING SUITS
NEW SPRING COATS
NEW SPRING DRESSES
NEW SEPARATE SKIRTS
Dozens of Lhcm smnrL, up-to-the-minute styles at
astonishingly low prices. It would he impossible
for us to discuss them here. We won't try, After
nil its whut the neighbors suy. Just come in-you'U
enjoy looking them over. They are here lor the lit
tle girl or the grown woman.
The Peoples Store
Tup Stoiik That Skli.s Foil Luss
Afient foi Annot Piste I lotiety Agent for R c G CowU
(From Saturday's Dally)
Clark, ilbmo of Prlnevllle Is trans
acting bunlnenn In Uond.
Knon Itoso of Prlnevlllo wan vlslt
Inn In the city Friday.
A. 0. Hmlth or Wcnatchee, Wash.,
In vlsltlnj; In tho city.
Tbos, llutton of Illley Is a busi
ness visitor In tho city.
Ted Hunt of Anacortcs is regis
tered nt tho Hotel Coxy.
W. It. Illley or La Pino Is trans
acting business In tho city.
K. H. Hpoo of Sisters was a bust
noap visitor in tho city Friday.
A. Alexander of Dry Lnko Is
transacting business In tha city.
J'ps. Butcher of Iledmond was a
buniiiesn vlnltor Jn tho city yesterday.
W. C. Holllnngood of Ia Pino
Iraijnactod business In Ilond yester
day, D. V. Oood, a La Pino resident. In
In tho city conducting buslnens af
falrn. Miss Ilenslo I,. Hondrlck of Prlne
vlllo Is visiting with friends In tho
J, Alton Thompson attended the
doclnmatlun contest at Sisters last
Htophon Iloyer of Tho Dalles Is In
tho city and Is registered at tho Ho
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Millet and
Chas. a. Millet of Fossil are In tho
city on a business visit.
FOIl BALK- Mako offer for lot 10,
blk. 22, Park addition, Ilond;
to bo cash, bnl, 2 yearn nt C'. H.
Hrummull, euro Helena Hotel, Og
dun, Utah, 93-10-1 5p
FOIl BALK Modern S-rootn bunga
low nnd -good lot, overlooking
river; berry bunhen nnd other
Hhruhs planted; also part of gar
den; termn. Call Ited 2121. 08-1 Oc
FOIl BALK Fifteen head of good
Jersey cows. Homo fresh now,
balance frenh In fall, Association
tested. Van Morse, Redmond,
FOIl BALK Bnap, new nix-room
house, water and lights, collar, lo
cated clone to mills and pontofflco.
Prlco, 11.000. Thrco hundred
down and tormn to suit. For par
ticulars, call ST. Shasta Placa. No
agents. -1 8-8-1 lp
FOIl BALK Why homestead when
you can buy a deeded ranch on
tho Tumnlo project, ICO acres, for
JG por aero? Hauso and barn;
good outsldo runge. Address Lock
Dox 2, Tumalo, Ore. 92-Ctfc
FTH HALK C0 flno woolcd owes
nnd lambs. Kwes from one to six
years old. Homo February lambs.
Prlco reasonable. J. J. Klllngcr,
Ilodmond, Oro. 721C-12p
FOK BALK 160 acres on tho rlvor,
!2C miles south or Ilond. Well
' -located for stock or dairy. L.
Corbln, II. 4, Oregon City.
7 1-5-1 9p
The beauty and
per in iinency of
their color their
loftiness and their
strength have won
for them a perma
nent place in the
TING YARNS "iff'
Oxford and Khaki. fulL
4 oz, hanks, 0oC hanlc
TING Ball YARN
in all colors, 2 oz. halls
yarn, silklike in texture
2 oz. hall, - Mo ball
LOBT AND FOON1).
TAKKN UP 1 bay horso. 2 white
.hind feet, wlro cut right front foot,
branded H on left stifle, weight
about 1.C00, sharp shod all round.
Jerry Oroszkruger, Lower Hrldge,
Ore. 83-10-1 lp
STRAYED Ono bay team work
horses, weight 1,100 lbs., blocky,
left eyo out of darkest homo.
Phono J. E. Uramhall, Tumalo.
Howard. 9 1-1 Op
WANTED Couplo want work on
stock ranch; 3 boys from 5 to 8;
woman fine cook; man milks cows,
cares for calves and pigs, etc., does
general ranch work; best refer
ences. W. E. Tyson, Prlnevllle,
Oro. 11-1 Op
FOIl RENT Team and 40 acres of
land C miles cast of town, water
running through place. Inqulro
Bulletin office. SS-10-llp
FOIl RENT Five-room cottago at
Tumalo; rent good system; extra
lor for garden; freo water for
garden; J8 per month. J. C.
Thorpo, Tumalo. SC-
TO TRADE OR EXCHANGE.
TO TRADE 4-room house, near
S.-II. mill; rents for JIG; for auto
BEND'S ECONOMY CENTER
Nothing like a New Toy to Keep the Child Busy
We have a Good Stock of Summertime Playthings
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DOLL BUGGIES-05c-75 e
85c and 50c
$2.5 $8.00 S-M5
Come to headquarters
New Aluminum Knit
ting Pin, highly poliih
ed. 50c a pair.
Other Knitting Pins in
celluloid, at 25. 35.45c
OUR SALE OF APRONS OFFERS
Coverall Apronsl 85c to $1.25
Bib Aprons 39c to 69c
Band Aprons 25c
STOP AND SHOP AT
WHERE EVERYBODY TRADES
In good condition. 10C8 Albany.
TO EXCHANGE 10 acres, 4 In
grain; 6 room house; small barn;
well of good, water; on main road;
rural mall; C miles from Grants
Pass: 1 from Murphy; cash price,
$1,250. Wish to exchange for
good clean resident property of no
greater valuo In Bend. What
havo you? J. L. Green, Routo 2,
Grants Pass. 80-9-10p
NOTICE OF HEARING ON FINAL
Notice is hereby given that tho
undorslgned has filed her final ac
counting in tho County Court of De
schutes County, Oregon, and that tho
Judgo of said court has fixed Friday,
Juno 7, 1918, at 10 o'clock a. m at
tho county court room in Rend, Ore
gon, as tho tlmo and place for hear
ing objections to and tho settlement
of said accounting, and all persons
Interested are hereby cited to appear
at said timo and placo and show
cause if such exist why the said final
accounting should not be. allowed
and tho undersigned djstharged from
Dated and published first ttme.
May 9, 1918.
CARRIE O. JOI1N30N..
Executrix of Last Will and Testa
ment of Hans A. J oh nub n. De
k ' adr.89p
Right sldo; right ear crop.
ped; wattle right 'bind log.
. 1.. TONE, BUicn, Oro.
P. D. JOHNSON,
Every Dictionary Defines
The meanintf of such word, as STYLE. FIT. QUA LIT Y.'and
VALUE, Frequently however, the cleverest definition that can.
he written does not convey the correct idea. For the best exposi
tion of the terms mentioned, you should come to THE
PARISIAN, for here you will see the words STYLE, FIT.
QUALITY and VALUE, demonstrated in our tyillin'ery?
Coats, Suits, Dresses, Skirts, Waists and Sweaters. f
M 1 1 1 ll li ?
It ii cjicnllal etpctially it lh!t time, that you pioe to your own uli(cticn llut the
garnirnti you buy have the genuine mcichandiie value, J Out reputation i built up
on ihcie lour vital poind, Tetl the Paiiiian Caimccti, on any account, and youi
dcciiion will pleaie ut, and be profitable to )ou.
All the Newrit Smait Styles can be found heto at all timet.
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