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HWNB BUIiliKTIN, RNn ORISON, VIIUlMUMhY, FUmiMAllY I. Itfo
BUSINESS MEN WIN
IN BOWLING MATCH
Take Two Out of Three from Brooks-
Scaulon Team Pnlmcrton ami
II) berg Tlo for lllfilk Hcore.
(From Friday's Daily.)
Htundiujr of the Tcninn.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Shovlln-IIlxon 5 1 .833
Business Mot 4 2 .CGG
Professional Men., 2 4 .333
Brooks-Scanlon .... 1 5 .167
Tho Bond business men's tonm
boosted Us average Inst night 'by tak
ing two out ot thrco gamos from tbo
Brooks-Scanlon bowlers In tho Bend
Amateur' Athletic club tournament
match last night. Pnlmorton and
Bybor-g tied tor high score, with 1G3
each, but Pnlniorton had tho high
overage ot ICG, to Ryberg'B 143.
Tho members ot tho teams woro
ns follows! Brooks-Scanlon, By berg,
Bogers, Oovo, Janot, Parkins; busl-'
ness men, Balrd, Powers, Pnlmerton,
BIRTHDAY PARTY IS
GIVEN AT PINEHURST
PINEHUKST, Feb. G. Mr. nnd
Mrs. F. V. Swisher entertained nt a
very cnjoyablo birthday party Satur
day evening, tho ovent being In
honor ot Viola Swisher, Lenoro
Snyder, Mrs. C. M. Pholps, Miss
Elder, Raymond Wlmor and Ethel
Graham, whoso birthdays occur In
tho month ot January. About 30
wero present. Tho evening was spent
In playing games, after which lunch
Harry Noising ot tho Midway
ranch on tho Motollus was calling on
friends In Plnohurst recently.
C. W. Howell has been hauling
grain to Bond the past week.
ilr. and Irs. C. M. Phelps nnd
daughter, Harry Simpson and Mrs.
Garner wcro guests at a blrthdny
dinner at tho homo ot Mr. and Mrs.
John Bollnian at tbo Pino Tree mill
Mrs. Harry iMcGulre spent tho
week-end "with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Howell.
H. T. Hartley of Plalnvlcw was a
business caHor at D. W. Delterlch's
J. L. Couch motored to Redmond
Tuesday nnd spent tho day attending
to various business matters.
Mrs. Luther Clarkston loft Tues
day for her home at Pullman. -AVash.,
after a month's visit with relatives
here. She was accompanied homo
by her sister, Nelllo Howell.
I. E. Wlraer and Chas. Spaugh
wero business visitors In Bend Wed
nesday. Harry McGulrc, C. H. Spaugh and
Mnhlon Couch attended tho cattle
men's meeting In Tumalo Tuesday
Mrs. G. V. Snyder and daughter
Ivy were visitors at school Wednes
daytaftomoon. C. Pederson delivered a load ot
hay In Bend Wednesday.
Harry Uelslng was a guest at tho
J. L. Couch homo Wednesday.
Robert Smith has been hauling
hay from Edgewood farm this week.
R. H. Bayloy was a business vis
itor In Redmond WednosdJy. return
ing with a load ot sulphur for agri
Ed Dean and Arthur Dickinson
wero out from Tumalo Thursday, re
pairing a break in tho ditch.
Ethel Graham and Violet Spaugh
were absent from school sevoral
Uys this week on account of sick
ness. .Mlkcl Bros, of Bend have rented
the L. J. Wlmor farm and will tako
possession about the first of March.
Alva Silvers of Deschutes was a
guest over ntsht at tho J. L. Couch
Frank McNanlmon arrived homo
from Camp Lewis Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Snyder wero
shopping In Bend Thursday.
Aaron Johnson was a caller at D.
W. Dolterlch's Tuesday.
F. V. Swisher was hau'lng hnv
fHII ; H
f Just because the war is over,
don't let the Government's motor
slip out of high gear. Keep it
there by paying your Liberty
Bond Payments promptly.
V , -
FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN
Twenty per pent was due January 10, 1919
rfliirty per cent will be due January 81, 1919
C ' .
The First-National Bank
" OF BEND
Sill jpi , My
from Hill Crest farm several days
Mr. and Mra. D. W. Doltorlch nnd
daughter Esther woro In Bend Wed
nesday. Miss Esther was having
sumo dental work dono.
Mr. nnd Mrs. G. M. Couch motored
to Bend Friday.
PLAN TO IMPROVE '
SQUAW CREEK DITCH
LOWER BRIDGE. Fob. G. C. F.
Hosklns, L. A. Hunt, A. F. Iluusor,
Hornco Brooking and T. J. Qulgley
formed n committee, who with Harry
Kcnnnrd looked over tho upper por
tion ot tho Squaw Crook Irrigation
ditch to decide on Improvements to
bo mado before noxt year.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack woro shopping
In Redmond on Monday afternoon.
Miss Marlon Hosklns nnd Mrs. C,
F. Hosklns wcro Redmond visitors
Tho Lower Bridge farm bureau
held n meeting nt tho school bouse
Saturday afternoon, January 2G.
L. A. Hunt was n Bend visitor
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hosklns, Marlon
Hosklns, A. J. Fuller, Harry Kcn
nnrd nnd L. A. Hunt wcro In Red
mond Tuesday evening to attend tho
entertainment ot tho Knights of
Mrs. A. J. Fullor nnd son George
returned on Wednesday morning's
train after visiting for tho past
month with relatives aud friends at
Albany and Corvullls.
Mr. Hausor nnd Mr. Jack woro In
Redmond Thursday afternoon.
Harry Kennnrd was staying at tho
Hosklns home tho first part ot tho
Mrs. A. J. Fuller. Mrs. Fred Wal
ters and Darwin Walters woro in
Redmond Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Young spent Wednesday
visiting Mrs. C. F. Hosklns.
A. S. Holmes purchased a milch
cow from Jerry Grosrkrougor.
The Lower Brldgo Red Cross aux
iliary met at tho Hosklns hoaiio
Wednesday afternoon to resume
Geo. S. Roberts mado a business
trip to Bend on Wednesday.
Chapmans shipped a carload ot
steers to Portland Saturday, which
they expect to top the market. They
have been feeding alfalfa hay, sllago
Dan Angland nnd wifo wcro down
from Alfalfa Friday to look after his
band of sheep, which Is bolng fed at
tho Hosklns place.
E. Bangs went to Redmond Wed
nesday. Word was received that Roy Kid
dor has been rolorfsod from tho navy
and that Mr. and 'Mrs. Kidder ex
pect to movo to their ranch hero
Mr. Young wont to his ranch, near
Redmond, on Wednesday.
Geo. Tuckwoll brought out his car
Monday from Redmond, whero ho
had It overhauled.
G. E. Stadlg was a Redmond vis
One cent a word Is all a ltttlo Want
hi will cost you.
CITY MAY HAVE
(Continued from Pago .1.)
of tho sale of bay rum and other
preparations used us substitutes for
liquor, tlio pollco commlttco was ad
vised by tho city attornoy that the
committee Is given full power by tho
Bend, charter and antl-llqutfr laws to
' Plan Bljj Improvements.
A comprehensive program for
street Improvement was outlined by
J. C. Rhodes, chairman of the streets
committee. Under tho head ot
maintenance, streets nro enumerated
as follows Wall street, from Frank
lin avenue to tho Reld school; Broad
way, from Franklin avenue to St.
Helens Place; Third - street from
Greonwood avenue to Ponn streot.
All streets cindered last year will
bo smoothed up as soon as weather
TEN DEER HIDES ARE SEIZED;
- TWO KILLERS EACH PAY $125
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
District (lame Warden George
Tonkin mado his biggest haul slueu
ho nrrlvod In Bond Inst week, yes
terday afternoon when ho arrested
Chorion Allen and James Tomb,
trappers, u tow miles below Prluglu
Falls. Ton deer hides woro noised
nnd 20 pounds ot freshly kilted veni
son brought Into Bond as evidence.
A benvor tall was found near tho
house, but was not used la tho caso
against tho two. Tho hides had been
hidden In tho barn. Allen and Tomb
pleaded guilty today In Judge Eastca'
court to tho charge ot having venison
killed out ot season In their posses
sion, and ench paid a (lno ot $125.
Gamo Wnrdun Tonkin was accom
panied by Forest Ranger Harold
Smith when hq mado the urrest. It
was his second trip to tho Prluglo
Falls country within two days, and
tho trappers had evidently supposed
conditions permit, It tho report ot
tho committee Is followed out.
Under now Improvements, tlio
following Items woro advised: New
port avenue from tho Deschutes
river to West Sixth streot, grading,
cindering nnd building ot cement
walk on north sldo; Aubrey road
from Newport nvonuo to West First
streot, grading nnd cindering and
building ot wood walk; St. Ilojotrn
Placo, front Brondway to Delaware,
grading, wldonlng, cindering and
building content walk on southeast
sldo; Greenwood nvenuo from Divi
sion to Fourth street, smoothing and
cindering; Wall streot, from Frank
lin nvenuo to tho Reld school, cin
dering nnd smoothing.
Tho committee also recommended
that stops bo taken to prevail on tho
county to Improve Greonwood nvenuo
from Fourth street to tho city limits.
Knlary Set for Physician.
In tho course of a discussion of
health matters, Councilman Mc
Phorson moved that tho salary Ot tho
city physician be fixed at $ 100 n year,
that ho be required to present him
self nt ono council meeting a month
nnd that in caso ot any omorgsnclae
ho confer with tho health commlttoe.
Tho motion was curried unanimously.
An ordinance contemplating tho en
forcement ot proper sanitary meas
ures throughout tho city may be In
troduced at the next meeting ot tho
council. It was Intimated, and In this
connection Mayor East.os asked tho
health committee to bring In a writ
ten report at tho next meeting with
Bancroft Act Invoked.
Tho .public proporty commlttco was
authorized to ndverttso for sealed
bids for tho city rock crusher, and
to tako action In regard to tho le lin
ing of the disposal tract. Mayor
Eastes asked that a full Inventory of
city property bo brought in nt tho
In tho matter of sower lateral No.
43, tho mayor and recorder woro
authorized to sign n contract with
tho Lumberman's Trust componyof
Portland for tho notation of bonds"
to cover tho Improvement under tho
provisions of tho Bnncrott bonding
act. That Newport uvonuo may pos
sibly bo Improved undor tho same
net was Indicated uliun City En
gineer Gould was Instructed to tnko
tho preliminary stops for such work.
On request of City Attornoy Bon
son, n resolution for advertising the
collection of sprinkling lions for
1917 and 1918 was carried.
Attention was called by Mayor
FULL STOCK OF
THE BUST KQl'IPPKD
in Cental Oregon, and the
liofhe of the
GATES g& TIRES
c wait! a o
BEST & HARRIS
that ho would mako hut one visit.
Signs ot law violation woro noted
on tho llrst trip, hut uvldeuco was
tnsutllclunt to warrant nn urroat.
"Yesterday, however, tho vigilance of
the suspected men had evidently re
laxed, for search' showed that many
deer had been taken by tho trappers.
iMio law provides that gamo killed
out ot season, confiscated by tho
authorities, may bo given to charity,
nnd Mr. Tonkin, un tho conclusion of
tho hearing this afternoon, presented
tho 20 pounds ot venison to tho Hud
Fines lovled today mako a total
ot $525 assessed against men appre
hended by tho district warden (or
gamo law violation during his short
visit to this section. Ho expressed
his appreciation today ot tho co-operation
given him by tho courts nnd
local authorities, us well as the to rout
Eastos to tho fact that tho new nro
engine will soon arrive In Bend, and
to tho need for a suitable building
to house this equipment. Tlio mnt
tor wns turned over to tho lire com
mittee. Bills ordorod paid wore as follows:
Robert B. Gould,, city ougl-
noor's foes .... f G3.25
A. L. Snyo, Jitney hire 3.50
II. J. Ovorturf, rent ot coun
cil rooms 30.00
L. A. W. Nixon, salary as
chief ot police, etc 142.00
h, A. W. Nixon, rent of horse 15.00
Benton Cook, tabor. 4.00
Frank Mny, salary ns quaran
tine otflcor 7 COO
M. E. Coleman, salary as city
treasurer, etc.... 25.50
Anton Auno, oats and hay 19.55
C. J. Nicholson, labor 12.00
Bob Dlnckwoll, Jltnoy hire... 3.00
Oscar Matchott, Jltnoy hire .. .75
Frank Kulp, salary as police 120.00
Bond Water, Light & Power
Modern Garage, caro ot Ore
C S. Bauson, salary as city
D 11. Pooplos, salary ns olty
recorder, etc 30.07
Her Troubles Had
Mrs. While tyi) Taulac Owrruttio
Troubles After Everything:
"Actually, a tow bolt I oh of Tanlnc
did moro for mo than nil tho other
medicines nnd treatments Hint have
cost mo thousands ot dollars," re
cently declared Mrs. Kittle White,
whoso husband Is proprietor nt tho
University Paint company, and who
lives nt 1312 Forty-sooond street,
East, Soattlo, Wash.
"Fifteen years ngo," sho con
tinued, "I was as strong nnd honlthy
a woman ns you ever suw, weigh
ing In tho neighborhood of a hun
dred and seventy pounds. My
.troubles started whon I contracted
asthma, which got so bad that many
a time I have had to sit up night
niter night wheezing nnd gagglnc,
hardly ablo to get my bruath and
Htiiforlng so terribly I mally thought
I was going to die. Then my stonir
neb went back on me, my food would
sour, and tho gas that rose up In
my throat would almost strangle
too, and start mo to vomiting till 1
would bo In such misery I would al
most go distracted. My head ached
llke.lt would split and my back hurt
like It wan going to break In two. I
lost over forty pounds, I uas hut u
shadow of my former self, and was
so weak, and felt ho worn out that
I was barely ablo to get around.
"Now this was Just tho awful con
dition I was in wliou ono of my
friends told mo about Taulac, aud I
thought If I could gut my stomach
in good condition and regain my
strength, maybu I could stand tho
asthma bettor, so I got mo a bottle,
Well, sir, tho results have far sur
passod anything I expected. Why,
my appetltu Is so great that I feel
ashamed to eat enough to satisfy
myself, and ny stomach is In good.
condition, iint tho grctcm sur
prise of nil Is I haven't suffered a
particle from asthma slnco I have
been taking Taulac. I felt so flue
on finishing my llrst bottle that I
Just couldn't get another ono quick
enough, for I couldn't afford to mins
a slnglo doHo, I sloop so sound now
thut I don't know a thing from the
time I go to bed till I got up In
tho morning. I nover know what
a headache is and thoso awful pains
in my buck nro all gone. I liavo
already gained sevoral pounds and
um gaining In weight and strength
every day, Why, I can do any
amount ot hard work now without
gottlng tired, and can't remember
tho timo whon I felt as lino us I
do today, I am so happy over my
great improvement (hat I want
ovorybodj' to know what a splondld
medicine Tanlao lu."
Tanlao Is sold lu Bond by Ow
Pharmacy, Jin SIstorB by George F.
Altkon, aud la Bend by Horton Drug
NOTICE OK VltiAh HETTLEMUNT,
Notion Is hereby given by the un
designed that ho hun mndo nnd Mod
with tho county cihtrk nt DoncluiUm
county, Oregon, liln Muni account nn
tho ndminliitrntor nt the entnto nf
Loron 1). Rohh, deceased, and that
mild court has not Monday, the 3d
day of March, 1011), at 10 o'clock A.
Mi of nnld day, at tho county court
room In llend, Oregon, as tho limn
and placo tor tho hearing nnd mittlo
nimit of said Final account, at which
time nnd placo any person Interested
lit said ostato may appear mid object
to said settlement. , '
Dated this 30th day ot January,
L. 1). WIEHT,
Ah executor of tho ostato of Loron
B. Rohh, deceased,
CUulflo.1 mlvfilUin thurso l"f l"u SO
ccnU fur to woriU or -. Otw rnl ivt
word for nil awr SO. All ilnMlftnt mtmtUhiK
trlctly rli hi mlvunci'..
FOR BAIjK OR TRADE 1 (57 a.
stock nnd grain ranch, located lu
Southern Oregon on the 8, P,
railroad and Paclllc highway,
newly constructed. Ouo-halt bot
tom land, rest gently rolling. 125
a. lu cultivation, balance In tim
ber and pasture, well watered and
fenced aud cross fenced with
wovon wire, mllu to Htutldn,
on rurnl route. Six-room house,
two barns and other necessary out
building!!. Homo fruit nnd good
'garden. Will consider Central
Orogon land In trado or good
rental properly lu lleud. For par
ticulars aud price, write owner,
John (!. Martin, 1020 Fourth St.,
Collage Grove, Ore. DiMS-COp
FOR SALE Deschutus river ranch,
44 0 acres. Little Deschutes river
runs through entire placo. Abend,
unco ot river bottom pasture and
hog laud. Three room house, well
and dairy house. Now larger barn,
cow barn, with patent steel stan
chions for eleven cowm. Largo ma
chinery sheds. Good fencing,
About 2 million feet Hue yellow
saw timber. Situated about 38
miles south of Rend, Ore. This
ranch for sale at n bargain.' Ad
dress II .0. Fawcott, Terrebonne,
Ore, 80-49. 51p
Dried prunes, Klevou dollars,
Red Mexican beans, Nino dollars,
White Beans, Klevou dollars,
Hundred pound sacks, transporta
tion charges prepaid. Direct lo
consumer from lite pruducer.
Oarllold Fruit and Product Co.,
Gnrlleld, Wash. 45-4S-51e
FOR SALE Kverbonrlug struwlwrry
plants. C. F. BckHr,.Tumalo, Oro.
FOR SALE Pair of small mules and
wagon and burnt, nt the brtok
yard. F. 8. Wiser, Band. Or
FOR 8ALK IflO A. river bottom
meadow, 25 mlltm up Dtwehuitw.
Price 1200.00. Tornu. lumin
al IlulUtln office. 7-4'Jp
FOR SALE Good grain drill. 10
hose Roderick Lean, $50. Frank
Lomay, near Grunge Hall, north
east or Bend. 84-U-53p
FOR SALi: -Two extra good red
Durham range hulls; weight 1000
lbs. Phone Red 1771, or write
Box 4C0, Bend, Oro. 70-48-9p
FOR HALE 50 bushols of Rosen
ryo, a pedigreed winter ryo. 6.50
per cwt. W, N. Ray, Tumalo, Oro.
FOR BALI: 10 nqros, well Im
proved, good wntur right; C-room
houso.blg barn; 12 tons hay;
farming Implements; close to
uohool. Apply 131 Oregon Kt.
FOR HALE -N-arly nttw 10-foot
Kentucky groin drill. Grnss sed
attachment. Adolph Kotxiuan.
Phono 10F13. 08-47-50c
FOR SALE ICO-ncro relinquish
ment undur good Irrigation sya
tern; 0 miles front Bend; cheap.
C. V. Sllvls. f 2G-47-51C
FOR HALE 1100 lino wool owm,
young nnd In good condition; will
'. lamb lu April. Write or phone
Claude Dunham, Roberts. On-.
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New MOON 6-36
$ 1 685 f. o. b. Portland ""
The Moon Six-3G was designed, built And priced
to fulfil a definite purpose to provide tho man
of moderate means with a high-grade Six that
is economical to,, run.
Road flioso specifications part of tho Moon HIX'30's equip-
in (i nt; 114-Inch whoelbase Coulluolital slx-cyllndor motor
polished solid walnut Instrument hoard, front and roar
swooping doublo' cowl Fodder radiator stylishly extra high
sluutlng wlndshlold Splcor, Joints Tlmken bearings,
Lot us show you UiIh car iJiikI show you whut It can do on
tho roads, '
Te Deschutes Garage
(Formerly The Hoover Gnrnge)
FOR HAMS dlMJA'P-Two good Jer.t-
any cows; Will uxuliniign ono for n
good, wldO'tlred wagon. .1 mile
out on lluriiH road. II, F. Morn
dorf, l'liono 4F1U, 92-4011
FOR HALM- HO iicres laud between
Tuniulo and Dustihtilosj 111 MiitriiH
Hwnlloy ditch; clear tllln. Terms
to right party. F. At. Hay, owner,
111 Norton Ave, Heinl, Oro. Ilox
FOR HALE 1017 Chevrolet for
1500.00. Now tiros and lu good
running condition. Wrlto Box
345, I'rlnovlllu, Oregon.
Willi !U' I V " "I "- '" ' '-
OAHH FOR CLEAN BI'RINO BYE,
'any quantity. Want price dellv
orml In Bund. Wrllo l. O. Ilox
057, Bond, Oro. 08-40.50O
WANTED Wo will call anywhere,
any placo, any time, to look nt
your used furniture. Let us know
whul you have, Wo pay cash, Tho
Hluudard Furniture Co. 97"49lfo
WANTED Discharged soldier wauls
work on ranch; 0 years experi
ence; single. Inquire clnrk ot
Commercial Club, Bend, Oro.
WANTED TO TRADE Hotlso III
Bend for nheup, P. O. Box 521.
LOST Collin nnd shepherd dog
with dark body and white head aud
shoulders. Has collar with largo
ring on II. Finder plouso call
drover (lurking, Tumalo, Oro. Ho
LOHT Reward will ho given for In
formation leading to. the recovery
ot cattle branded winged V on
right hl, crop aud split in right
ear and undorlilt and crop In loft.
Wall In on throat. (lurking &
Smith, Tumalo, Ore. 01.49.5lp
LOST Reward will bo given for Ill
formation leading to tho recovery
of cattle branded Hying 0 ( 0 )
on right hip, undorlilt lu each car
aud spill In left. Ray (lerklng,
8TIIAVUD lllnck yearling steer,
spot lu forehead aud on left llaok,
while hind feet. Branded rowfne
J, open Inverted VH right hip.
Notify Redmond Bank of .Com
STRAYED Red yearling e,a 1 1
branded "shoe" on left hip, mark
ed, uudur-bll nnd swallow fork In
both ears. Notify Winter &
Spaugh, Tumalo, Oro. 4448tfo-
TAKWN ITI MtMir, 1 ymr old,
Hereford. Both wars split; un
dMolphamltlH brand un left hip.
Nols Anderson. Bend. Ore.
TAKEN UP On md yearling steer.
Brand uuilolpherubto. White spot
on forehead, while on holly and
four fti, nnd end of tall. Both
oars split. Right oar lops. (I, K.
Toomy. C mites north of Bend
Redmond road. 53-48-50p
TAKEN UP Yearling Jersey stffr
about January 1. Branded on right
hip Invsrtd Y, with bur ncrpss
Htem. Owner may have sume fcr
proving propor;y and paying tho
charges. H. J. Pierce, 54 miles
east of llend at oltl Griffon mill.
TAKEN UP One Jersey holfor, ono
year old, with undecipherable
brand on left hip, and one red nnd
white steer with no brand or mark.
Inquire Otto Kaesomuyer, 0 ml Its
northeast at Bond on Prlnuvtllo
Right sldo; right oar crop
pod; wnttlo right hind log,
11. L. TONE, HUtrn, On?.