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LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
, (From Wodtiumlny'n Daily.)
l'mil Mnriih of Tiiiiutlo Id In
,' city lodity,
J. W. WrlKlll of tillnti KiiIIh
iipoiullnit Mm ility In Ilutul,
Oliurlcri I'ltcliur, Hllvur Luko ntook
man, in u iioihi vwuor today,
W, it. lllluy of l,u l'lno In In
city today ImiimiicIIiik IhihIiioiIh.
John M. I'orry of Tdrruliomiti
rived In tlio city UiIm inoriilni:.
Mr. mill Mm. Oconto Holler;, wnro
In llonil yoslonluy uftornoim from
County Clark J. II. Manor ntturnuil
IiihI 1 1 1 it 1 1 1 from Portland, whuro lin
underwent a minor ujiurallon,
Mr. n ml Mrs. Orn Van TiihhoI aro
' HiondiiiK tlio day In Bond from tholr
vliomu In Mnilnm.
Dr. U, 0. Coo, formerly of Uoncl.
-arrived In Mio city thin morning and
In looking aftnr ImihIiiojm litturoHlH
Atinmincomont wnn niado today of
Mm niirclniHo liy Long Bros, from O.
Von of IiIh gjrocory Htoru on flhanla
Clarence L. Miinnliulmur wunt to
Portland Inst night to moot Mm.
Matinliolmur, who In returning from
Now OrloaiiH, whuro ulin tiait boon
visiting hor jinroiitn ior NOvortil
Annoiincoinont wan niado today of
Mio marrluKo of Martin llaUtnli and
MIhh ISIUatintli Wulllior. botl of
Hand, Tlio marrliiKu corumony wajj
performed ly JunMco of Mm Pacu
J. A. KaHtCH. m i
(Krom Tuonday'8 Dally.) b
Mliw Marlon Lawrence will leave
th In evening for Portland, whuro nhc
will vtnlt with frlumU,
Mr. and Mm. At Edwards mid H. K.
A Tdwimln liavo returned to Hand
alter flvo months upon! In I'ortluilij.
M, W. Ktilckorbockur wnn In Bend
today troi) liln ranch,. '
V. l'oron of Ilurnn In business 'vis
itor lit Mm city today.
Joe Krumholx, chief yooinan, U, H
navy; who hnn been stationed at,-Han
Diego, Ii vImIMiik with Mr. and ,Mrn.
If. "M. Morton in Hend boforo pro
ceeding to liln homo In Burns.-tJlu
oniered tho nnvy nearly two years
Tho ladles auxiliary of Mm .Mulho-
dlit Episcopal church will hold a
business mooting at Mm. Yonchum'n,
. 245 JelTerson place, on Thursday,
J. II, Minor report tho nalo of Mm
Knlckcrbockor ranch, In tho Plain
vluw section, to George 1. Orny of
Broadview, Montana. Tho ranch I
of ICO acres, all Improved, nmr
largely plantnd to alfalfa, Tho now
ownor will tnko possession at onco,
Mr. Knickerbocker and family ex
pect to movo to llond for Mm present.
-Mr. and Mm. A. M. Prlnglo ru
tu rnod thin mornlnil from Portland.
Tlmy report Mm roadn In Rood con
dition. Mm. P. It. Urookn arrived thin
inoriilni; and In visiting at Mm II. K.
Itnlph Bpencor, M. A. Hamilton
1 and Margaret Cook, of Tho llullutln,
are cotifinod to their hotnen by lllnons.
Alfred Hnilth and Pat Angland aro
In tho city today from I-akovlmv.
J. V. Tnyldr arrived In llond lant
nlRht from bin homo In Fort Hock,
and In remaining over today.
V ' I), U. llenlor of Mlllllan In trans
nctliiK business In tho city loduy
1). A Moad In In thu city toTluy
from bin liono In Uedmond.
Annoiincomoiil wan made today of
, Mm engagement or Minn Kleiinor
"W!tinoro ami Hoy Van Vloot, both
uTthls city. Tho date for tho mar-
'rlaKo ban not been net, Minn. Whit-
in ore In ohlof deputy In Mm couijty
clerk's of flee, and Mr. Van- Vloot.
who returned recently from service
In thu U, 8. army, Is employed by
Tho Shovlln-lllxon Company.
(From Monday's Dally.)
Hnlph Ferry of Mllllcan In upend
ing' tho day In llond.
Jay IIukuo Ih a vlnitor lu Mm city
today from hU homo lu Culver.
W, II, Durham of Maupln .arrived
t In llond lant nlKht nud Ih romntuliiK
' Mr. and Mm. Orovor 0. OorklnB of
Tumalo worn vlnltom In llond ovor
Formor County Commlsklonar Alox
.Mackintosh in lu llond today looklnn
after btiHlucnu lutorentn.
Clnudo Vandovert, who ban boon
In tho U, B. army In tho aist In
fantry, rotumod Saturday from Camp
Loo, VlrKlnla, after rocolvlnK IiIh
Uncharge. Ho will tnko chnrKO of
Mm Caldwell ranch, which Mm Vnndo
vortn recuntly purcIuiBod, Mr, Van
ilovort wan roady to nail for Franco
at tho tlino tho nrmltitlco wan hIbiioiI.
, IlarknoHB of Torreboni
1,'rlvoil, In (ho city laHt nlRlit.
y Mra.,W. C, JHrdnnll hah roturnod
,i'to ho'nd from a visit of Hovdral
'wooks lu California,
t Mrs, J. A. HodBoa nnd Mrs, doorrio
fRodmanof Cqivor arolvlnltln In'
'IDond today. . i I s&
i Clmrloa A. Shormnn nrrlvod In- tho
iclty thla morning froin his homo nt
intt Kelly, Irnppor ffom tlio l'rlno
vlllo miction, In iipondlin;, tlio day in
Krod Blilntaffr( of Kant Lako In
traimlictini; IiuhIiiohh, In tho city to
(1, V. llrock, fodnrai land office
appraiser, nriivod In Henil today
from ilpoknno nud In at work In Mm
vicinity of Tiunalo and llund.
IC. J3, Hawyor nnd dauKhtor ro
ttiriiud thin inoriilni; from Portland,
wlioro Mrn. Hawyor han been for Mm
lant two niontliH on account of tho
Minolta of her mother.
(From Kriday'H Dally.)
W. C. Ilolllunhead of l.u Pino "In
npendlui; tho day In llond, ''' '
V, V. Myora wan In Madraiywitor-
day on bunlnonn. ' y "
Mri.aml Mm. A. J.fMooro lefUyM?
turdiiy'or PorUand, liy'iJUlo, Tlmy?
will return curly In May.
"Mr. iiud Mrn. AM. Prlnulo ntartod
thin mornliiK on a motor trip to Port
land. Mrn. M. II. Morton returned yen
terday from n vlnlt of novornl wcokn'
duration In Mod ford.
N. (J. Jncobnon, aupervlnor of tho
Denchuten national forent, In In Port
land on official bunlnenn.
Mr, nnd Mm. Mark Powell und Mr.
nnd Mm. Oliver Powell of Prlnuvlllo
aro In llond attending tho liuptlnt
Frank Porclvnl of Mllllcan loft for
lila homo lant nlKht after attondlnK
a tnoetliu: of tho doputy nsneMiiom
of Denchuten county in llond.
Ilov. V. II, IIIiihoii, one of tho
npenkora at Mm Ilnptlst convention,
en me In on tho monilni; train from
(From Thurnday'n Dally.)
B. 0, Douthlt of Priuovlllo in
npoudliiK Mm day In llond,
Mm. K. J, Btovunnon of La Pine
In vliltliifC frloudn In tho city.
John White catno in lant nlsht
from Mm Pino Tree mill.
Tyd Voruy of Bllvor , Lako wnn
trnunnctliiK ' bilnlncnii lii"llcnt' yes
M. J. Irvine and W. K. Irvine of
Alfalfa aro bunlnenn vlnltom lu the
Mm. Everett Hughe of Portland,
formorly Minn Charlotte Ward of
thin city, In In llond vlxltlnt; her
nlnter, Mm. Ovid lllloy.
Hoprcficulatlvo N. J. Blnnott, who
liny been Mm xuent at IIukIi O'Kann
for Mm lant two dayn, loft thin morn
lup for Prlnovllle, accompanied by
Minn Dolly Hodgcn of Prlnovllle,
who hnn been attendltiR Mm ntock
meu'ii roiiventlan, returned to her
homo thin mornltu;.
NEW FISH LADDER
IS BEING BUILT
(From Wodnenday'n Dally.)
lu compliance with a requenl from
Mm etuto flnh and kuiiio commUnlon,
Mm llond Water, I.lht A Power Co.
yesterday commenced work on a largo
llnh ladder at their power dam lu
thin city. Thu now work In necessi
tated by Mm plan for mnkliiR tho
river open to Hnlmon cointnn up from
thu Columbia to spawn, and Mm
flnhway already Inntnlled at tho dam
wun Innufflcleut lu nlro to allow Mm
pannaco of tho bl flnh.
Tim lndder now under coiiHtructlon
will cont In Mm neighborhood of
?500, MauiiKerT. II. Foley entimateu.
MORE ALFALFA SEED
IS NOW AVAILABLE
(From Wednesday's Dnlly.)
Aftor ncoiirliiR tho country for
alfalfa seed bent' suited to Central
Oregon needs, the First National
Dank has secured 1800 pouuds moro
of certified Orliuiil, und 2,000 pounds
of CosHiick need, Tho latter variety
Is comparatively nuw In Mm United
Btates hnvliiK boon brought to this
country 10 yoara ago from Siberia.
It in vory hardy and produces an
llauchors who had boon unabln to
socuru Mm full amount of soed ord
ered, or who bad ordored too Into to
bo Included lu prvloiiH shipments,
may now obtain tho roqulrod amount
by calling at tho bank.
UK DOKH 1IKAVV WOHIC.
"I do heavy work, and that Is n
strain on a man's kidneys." writ oh
Ilort DawHon, Canton, III., "My
t rou bio utnrted with sovoro, sharp
pnliiH over my back. I bought a
bottlo of Foley Kidney Pills, ami bo
foro It was gone, my pains had en
tirely loft mo," They banish rhou
matio pa'lus, baekncho, soroncss, stiff
nosa, Bold ovorywhoro. Adv.
KOKTV 1IRAD OF 1UUR IIURI)
Six registered, balance bred nud
rnlsod out of Hell A herd. Ages two
ami ono yoar old. This herd Is too
well known tor its superior. Quality
and careful brooding to need further
cominunt. Tlmy nro ready for in
spection and prlqos, nnd can bo soon
at Hell A winch., ttrhosa willing to
puvchnuo urf B0lcltod,to mttko soloo
tlons early as 11 rat conio will bo first
sorved, William Hunloy Co,, Uurna,
IIKNI IJULLKTW, 1IKND, OIIKGOX,
f ir ii I ii i if i T i -
fcW - A . ,
TWiaVK AT 1INI) HlOir MAKIJ
OVKU 00 liV AMi HUIMKCTH
l-J. V. AVKItllifi AND (). SI. rwftn
MHIt HPIJAK AT AHHKytliUY.
(From Frldnv'n Dnllr.)
Last week ended Mio - first six
wuokn of Mm second ncmcnler. Tlio
scholastic standing of tho students
as u whole hnn rcnultcd In n much
hlghuc ay j ragw rib ;l y t souacntor,
greater i(reiitiiinjgher grnden.
Tho following students each received
nt leant DO per cent. In ovory sub
ject: Lorottn Cook, Ida Dnhlo, Harry
Haydon, Jonnlo Korono. Lola Bluts
man, lit lull Ilrlck, Oeorgo Cttrlln,
Frnncln Hoyburn, Mildr6d Hoover,
Murgarot Innbntf, Louisa Innbnlt and
Wlnoiin Klelnfeldt. Fern Allen,
Cora Dates, Hyolf Cornellusien,
Janloco Blmpnon, I.oroy Coyner, Do
vera Helfrich, Aibortn Landkarnmcr,
Lydla Scherror, William Willlamn,
Krrnel Scott, Dorothy Slilrcmnn, Allco
Stockman, Lcitor Smith, Qeorglanuu
Iloniion. Kllzabotli Vcltum, Elmer
Johnnan nnd Irvln McNeal each re
ceived nu average of 'JO per cent, in
O. M. i'lummer, u incmbor of tho
school board of Portland, nnd K. F.
Avorlll, head of Mm U, B. predatory
animal department, addressed tho
Junjor nnd senior high school Wed
nesday morning. Mr. I'lummer spoko
in V decidedly humorous vein nnd
was thoroughly enjoyed by all. Mr.
Avorlll gavo soma vnluablo Informa
tion on tho habits of rabid coyotes
and symptoms of Mm disease. Doth
men nrp veil known In Orogon nnd
have traveled extensively over tho
United Stutos. '
It wnn announced that tho dato of
tho. track meet nt Madras will bo
Mm 17th of May, an formerly planned.
Tho changing of tho dato to tho 10th
of the same month was duo to mis
information on tho part of the of
ficial!. Put it in "THR MJIiIiKTIX."
Put it In "TUB IIUIXKTI.V."
We Have Opened A NEW
STORE in Sather's Building
We Will Call it
The Fair Variety Store
At the New Store we will carry Chinnwnrc, Glassware
Tinware, Enameledware, Aluminumwnre, Kitchen
wnre, Cooking Utensils, Home Hardware, Notions,
y Stationery, School Supplies, Toys, Silverware, Clocks,
Watches, Hosiery, Underwear, Toilet Articles, Candy,
and all things usually carried in the larger Variety
Stores, as well as all things usually carried in the
The Business Policy remains the same
Cash- One Price Right Price
as always heretofore.
will be conducted as a First class, Popular
Dry Goods and Shoe Store
The Big Opening Sale at
The Fair Store Starts on
Thursday, May 8th.
Don't Forget tlie Date. See the Big Bills
THE FAIR STORE lA Big Variety Store
WARNERS A First class Dry Goods, Store
We Shall Slrloe to Pltate.
TI1E WARNER COMPANY
QVALITV " " MKKCHANWIJIK AT l'OCULAR ICKa
THUftHDAY, MAY J, 1010 .
ARE ABOVE PAR
(From Wodncnday's Dally.)
Dend school bonds voted recently
for tho purpose of financing tho con
struction of a new school building
lu Kenwood brought n fancy price
thin afternoon, when In special ses
sion tho board of directors awarded
Mm Issue of $211,000 to Clark, Ken
dall & Co. of Portland for $30,180.
Tho botidn aro for 20 years, will bear
G per cent. Interest and are to bo re
tired serially after 10 yearn.
Fourteen other bids woro conoid
cr6d by 'tlio board.
NOVEL SOUVENIR IS
RECEIVED IN BEND
(From Friday's Dally.)
Ono of Mm most novel war sou
venirs scon in Ucnd Is In tho posses
sion of John Bteidl of this city, nnd
ropresonts tho work of his son Btovo,
for two years in tho U. S. navy. It
is an nub tray mado from tho butt
of a three-Inch shell, with an tin
exploded rlflo cartridge in tho cen
ter supporting a match box holder
mado from another piece of tho
bras shell case.
Dent Ilrltlslt pennies soldered on
tho edge of Mm cylinder form con
venient resting places for cigars,
while tlio outsldo of tho ash tray is
covered with Drltlsh coins and un
cxploded pistol cartridges, alternat
10-YEAR-OLD BOY IS
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
An experienced traveler at the
ago of '10, Donald Conwuy arrived in
llond this morning from. San Fran
cisco, accompanied only by two suit
cases, and Introduced himself to his
uncle, W. P. Downing. Tho young
ster will visit through tho summer
at tho Downing homo nnd with his
grandmother, Mm. A. Orcutt, of this
Tho Journey from California is by
no means tho boy's first long distance
trip, for two yearn ago ho travolled
nlono from HemldJI to Portland, later
golnjr to San Francisco.
Our Ready- to-Wcsar
Section Is Overflow
Styles of Individuality
Modes that .reflect the spirit of the
sss world of fashion, clever things
you will not find elsewhere, specially
'selected garments of unusual style
distinction these are the reasons
why you should visit this store first
New Baronet Satin Skirts Very spe
cial prices are now being quoted; all
the wanted shades $16.75
Ladies Smart Footwear Take ad
vantage of this exclusive showing of
new Oxfords and Pumps gp""'
Si OP AND
TIIIHTV ISSUED pUIMNG MONTH
OP AlMHIi llKPUESKXT A TOTAL
COXSTKUCTIO.V COST. OF MOKG
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
In sijUq of predictions that high
cost of materials would prevent ex
tenslva building In liond this year,
pormlts Issued during the mouth of
April by City Recorder Peoples Indl
cato that tho spur of necessity was
sufficient to overcome this obstacle,
for on an average of ono building a
day has been authorized. Tho en
tire 30 Improvements and now build
lugs will, when'complotcd, represent
a cost of' 127,385, the Items ranging
from $3000 to ?G0.
Tho heaviest business In ( tho re
corder's oflico camo between April
15 and SO, when an" average of three
permits a day were made out. Mr.
Peoples believes that homo building
in llond this year may establish a
now record tor tho city.
lut It In "THE BULLETIN."
MAHOGANY CALF OR
INDIAN TAN CALF
the IiucKiiEciiT Army
aman'j shoe! Worn by
--at all time, In all climes.
comfort and extra crylce.
1 Oldest asd Dost. Established 1011. H
H I, - t I HI
At principal driWn on the Paclc CmK. If
Your dealer U nut JuppHcd, cdr direct from
Manufacturer, BUCKINGHAM & HECHT.&w F
OF HARD TRIP
HKPItKSEXTATIVE It 1 1) K S I.V
FIIIST CAR TO MAKE DISTANCE
KKTWKKX KLAMATH AX1)
HEX!) THIS SEASON.
(From Saturday's Dally.'
The joys of tho. first auto stago
rido between Klamath Falld and
Bend wero experienced this week by
Congressman N, J. SInnott, who ar
rived in this city from the southern
part of tho state Tuesday afternoon,
and who spoke Wednesday before the
Oregon Cattlo and Horse Kaisers' as
sociation. Representative Sinnott was among
tho first to grab a shovel whenever
the car stalled in the snow, and per
formed valuable work in extricating
tho machine from mil dholes and
snow-blocked trails. On tho com
pletion of his trip ho declared that
If ho had not been a good roads
booster before, the Journoy frotn,
Klamath Falls to Bend would have
"been amply sufficient to convert him.
The Klamath stage is now making
trips on regular schedulo.
Put It In "THE BULLETIN."
I2J $6.50 to $s:5(
VS4 AT ALL DISALE1H
From toe to hed-
Shoe i every inch
men in a!hv!ks of life
A ibec built for ubumhI
Get a pair today!
Ormgon, rAdv,BT8o-- - .
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