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RN1 11UM.KT1N, IKND, OUKOON, TIIVUHDAV, JULY 10, Will
"Surest Thing You Know,"
says the Good Judge
It's a cinch to get a real
quality chew and save
part of your tobacco
money at tne same
A small chew of this good tobacco
gives real lasting satisfaction.
THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW
tint up in two styles
RIGHT GUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
-MA I '
" J I I I '
ALFALFA IS GOOD
AT POWELL BUTTE
POWELL BUTTE, July 9. Hay
ing Is on in full blast in this section.
Farmers report the alfalfa much
better than was thought ,two weeks
ago It would be.
Dan iHourlgan was called to
Lakcviow last week by tho death of
his friends, "Nick" Brown. Mr.
Brown vrns killed in an automobile
accident. He was a cousin of Tom
Cronin. also of this place.
Fred Brown, uncle of Sirs. E. A.
Bussett and Mrs. George Shobcrt. Is
visiting friends and relatives In this
vicinity. .Uncle Fred's home Is at
Miss Mildred ("Billle") Fcnimore
of Portland arrived last week to
spend tho summer with tho family
of her uncle, William Arnold. Miss
"Billle" often vlslu hero during her
vacations and has many friends.
She Is much entertained by the young
people always while here.
Mrs. A. W. Bayne has returned
from a visit to Portland.
Mrs. Ross Bussett and daughter
and Miss Fay Bussett are at home
from an extended visit with friends
at Portland and Seattle.
Many of the residents of Powell
Butto celebrated away from home.
Some went to Bend, other to De
schutes and a large party of young
people, chaperoned by Mrs. E. A.
Bussett, spent the 3rd and 4th at
Mrs. Levee of Redmond is spend
ing the summer ut the Wurzwellcr
Miss Josephine Lewis of Portland
Is spending her vacation visiting at
the home of George .Beckman. Miss
Lewis' grandparents arc old friends
of the Beckmans.
Miss Thatcher of Portland, who
has been a house guest of Mr. nnd
Mrs. John Drlscoll for the past two
months, returned to her home Tues
day. Miss Thatcher has been tho in
spiration for many pleasant social
affairs while here and has made
many friends who will be glad to
see her return some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Grlnstead,
Leo It. Tauscher, Mrs. M. C. Keller
and Frank Grltusted mado a pleasure
trip to East and Paullnu lakes last
Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Owen and
daughter Charlotto were out at their
homestead on Sunday and spent the
afternoon and evening at the L. P.
Mr. Hammer, one of our new
homestead neighbors, spent Sunday
with his family.
W. W. Grinstcd spent the Fourth
of July at Bend.
Mrs. Mary Rooney nnd Mr. nnd
Mrs. L. P. Rooney, and little sop
Mitchell, spent a very pleasant
Fourth at tho J. J .Holland home.
Some of tho neighbors enjoyed u
little picnic on Pino Mountain.
R. R. Keller and family mado a
trip to Brothers the Fourth, wheru
quite u celebration wns staged.. A
I large number from this vicinity "t
loncicu tne dance given .in tho
The bachelor's nnnual dance has
.been postponed Indefinitely.
Tho former Conoway house Is be
ing moved out on one of the Smith
The parents of Mrs. C. Evans have
been visiting with her at her home.
Mrs. W. Ousley made a trip, to
Bend Thursday, nnd Friday brought
out the Ice cream and musicians for
the dance which was held the night
of tho Fourth,
Holds, Before ho returns tin will
vlnlt with his hrothor, Irving Couch.
'Mrs. J. L. Couch tnul Hon woro
culture at tho Unlit homu Suudny.
Quito a number from thin section
nttomtcd tho colouration ami Clinu
tnuuun In Bond on July 4 nml report
u good Unio.
Durwnnl Howoll was lit Bond for
sovoml days last woak.
Mr. and Mrs. Wolls and son Karl of
tho Pino Trco Mill woro visiting with
relatives hure Sunday.
Mrs, Phulps and Mrs. Mary Ouritor
woro shopping In Bend Monday.
Mrs. G. M. Couch, who has been
In Bond for soiuu tliuu, returned homu
Saturday. She has not grently Im
proved In health.
Little Clifford Swisher who has
been ailing for a numbur of years
has been quite III hut Is now some
Mr and Mrs. Harry .McQuIro re
turned Sunday evening from u four
day's trip to Fort Ktatnath. They
spout tho Fouth of July ut Crater
Lake nnd report having hud a most
Raymond Winter spent Sunday
With Roy Mlckols.
John Barnes In visiting with his
sister, Mrs. M. Mlckols and family.
-Mr, ana .Mrs. j. L. Couch were
callers at tho G. M. Couch homu Inst
Mr. nnd Mra. C. A. Howoll spent
Saturday at the homo of their uncle
and nuttt, Mr. and Mrs. AIo.x Howell,
Mr. nnd Mrs. I. E. Winter and son
woro transacting .business ut tho Plue
Tree Mill and In Bond the first of tin'
Miss Martha Hnsselburg and Mrs.
F. V. Swisher were cullers ut the
Edgewood tnrm last Sunday uvenlng.
ARE YOU USING THIS BANK?
A Grateful Wonum'n Story.
Mrs. Robert Blair of 401 S. 20th
street, Torre Hauto. Indiana., writes
'"After taking Foloy Kldttoy Pills a
few weeks I found my kidney trouble
gradually disappearing. Tho back
aches stopped and I am also tree of
those tired spells nnd headaches and
my vision Is no longer bleared." They
stop rheumatic pains. For sale every
ERE vou one of the
who consulted our Agricultural Department
last month concerning farm problems ?
GET PRIZE MONEY
Vou Xecd not Travel.
It is safe to say that as many per
sons have secured relief from hay
fever and asthma at home by taking
Foley's Hney and Tar, as havo been
benefitted by going to health resorts.
It heals and soothes the choking-stuffed-up
sensation. Good for all
colds, coughs and croup. For sule vc
FOURTH IS "ENJOYED
AT MILLICAN HOMES
Men nnd Women Sloiv l'j.
Nowadays many persons wrong
fully attribute backache, rheumatic
pains, sore, swollen aching Joints and
muscles nnd that always tired feel
ing to oncoming age, when tho real
causo Is kidney trouble. Foley's Kid
ney Pills help the kidneys throw out
of tho blood tho Impurities that causo
these symptons. For sale every
WEDDING DINNER IS
AT PINEHURST HOME
PINEHURST. July 8. A b!g din
ner was given Monday uvenlng ut tho
Howell homo In honor of Mr, und
Mrs. C. A. Howell who were married
In Washington on Juno 11. It wns
also tho birthday anniversary of C.
W. Howell. Those who attended the
dinner were: Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Howell, Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Howoll,
Mrs. Winnie Howell and son, who are
visiting here from Washington, Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Spaugh, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry McGuiro, Mrs. R. H. Bayloy,
Miss Ruth Bayloy, Miss Alice Spaugh,
Miss Gladys Spaugh, Leroy Howell,
Violet Spaugh, Durward Howell,
Myrtle Spaugh and Mr and Mrs.
Charles A. Howell.
Muhlon Couch left Monday for
and W. Ed Moore .mado a trip to Washington to work In the harvest
PLAINVIEW. July 9. J. A. W.
Scoggin, George Cnlverley and II. T.
Hartley won some of the prlzo money
In tho big celebration.
Mrs. A. W. Armstrong, Ray Arm
strong and party enjoyed u splendid
time In Bend on July 4.
Premise Van Tussel roturncd
home Sunday from a fishing trip.
Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Hnrtloy and
family enjoyed the big celebration
There were church services at tho
school houso on Sundny afternoon
under tho direction of llev. Williams
of Redmond. Tho nest regular serv-
Ice will be held In two weeks.
J. B. Dawson nnd guests spent
July 4 In Bend.
Mrs. Coin, .Miss Gertrude Coin and
Mrs. Sinner and children started for
their homo In Washington tljo morn
ing of July 5.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Scoggin, Mr.
nnd Mrs. P. A. Scoggin und Mrs.
R. L. Scoggin started for Silver Lake
Wednesday ovenlng to spend the
Fourth of July with tho Bennett
family. A trip to Williamson river
The sister of Mrs. Chris Ward has
been visiting at tho Ward h6mo the
past two weeks.
A. E. I loss was a business caller
in Bend Wednesday morning.
I.uolla uurgess returned front a
case at Culver Inst Tuesday.
Nelllo Van Tassel was III at her
home the past week. She Is much
Ho Vt'MM Almost I 'list (inlng.
"I suffered with kidney trouble for
threo years," writes I). Bell, of St.
Jnmcs City, Florldn. "and for six
months I havo been almost past going
began tak ng Foley Kidney Pills,
and heforo I had used two bottles my
pains wero all gono." Rollevo Back
ache, rheumatic pains, Btlff, swollen
Joints and sore mlsclcs. For sale
everywhere. Ail v.
1919 POSTAL REPORT
IS BEING PREPARED
MILLICAN. July 8. R. R. Keller
"Red Crown" Is stralght-distilied,
all-refinery gasoline. Look for the
Red Crown sign before you fUl.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
f2jgz on - O
W. R. Speck, Special Agent Standard Oil Company,
Winding up the business of the
lust 12 months, Acting Postmaster
W. H. Hudson, la compiling his re'
port for tho fiscal year, und stated
today that It would in all probabil
ity bo completed by July lfi. Ho is
bolng delayed to a certain eytent by
being forced to wait for reports for
smaller offices in tho county to como
In before making up his flnnl statement.
Dr. L. W. Gatchell
Complete Lent Grinding Plint in con
nection with my offlce it
LARSON h. CO.1owe)er
143 Oregon tliect, Bend, Oregon
Right sldo; right ear crop
ped; wattlo right bind leg.
II. L. TONE, Sisters, Ore,
If you were not, plan to visit us when you ure next in town.
It makes no diilcrencc whether you are a customer or not.
We are working for the good of this community and every
onejs entitled to wluit help we enn give.
Of course you will eventually find it to your advantage
to connect up with this bunk. That's why we are the largest hunk in Central
Oregon and the only one with over a million dollars deposits.
TIIK HANK OK Hl'I'KHIOIt NUUVIUF.
The First National Bank of Bend
WIlil.IA.M H. PARKINSON AND O.
51. WHITTINOTO.V TO TAKK
OVKlt TIIK (HUM) JULY 15
CONTROL I.II1KRTV TOII.W.
drum! theater Is not given.
Announcement of the uciulnltl(m
of tho theater business on Horn!
street follows closo on tho deal mado
Inst week by Mr. Parkinson nnd Mr.
Whlttlugton with Ward Coble for
securing the Liberty. They assumed
management of the Wall street show
daughter of Mrs. Otto (Irons, called to
her mother shortly heforo S o'clock,
and u moment later culled out that
the placu was nil on lire.
Adjoining building woro nut
(From Monday's Dally.)
That he and his partner, William
11. Parkinson, will take over tho
ownership of the Ornnd theater on
July 15 wan tho announcement to
day of O. M. Whlltlngtun, recently
of. Hoppner. Tho deal Is completed,
ho said, but 1.. C. Rudow, who opened
tho movlo theater in Its present loca
tion In December, 1010, was unable
to reteaso tho management of the
establishment until tho middle of the
month because of flint contracts ex
tending to that date, Tho cousldera
Hon Involved In tho purchase of tho
SMALL GIRL STARTS
WALL STREET FIRE
Nlne-Voiir.OM Child Tells .Motlirr Hhe
Will I.ny "Klro for ninner,"
Then Call for Help.
(From Thursday's Dully.)
Fire, accident!)' set this morning
In the single story frame building,
par, of the Cora Jones holding) on
Wnll near Oregon street, resulted In
practically u total loss of tho fixtures
of tho Central Oregon cleaning shop,
where the blaze started. Tho struct
tiro was not sufllclcutly dumnged to
"I ant going lu make a fire to
get dinner," nlnu-yenrold Rita,
llaugfrM of lint Weather.
Any one Is doubly liable to III ef
fects from the hot sun when stom
ach and bowels are clogged with u
mass of undigested food. If you suf
fer front sick headuche, bllllousnuM.
bloating, heaviness, or any III caused
by Indlgestlqu tnke a Foluy's Cath
artic tablet and you will feel better
In tho morning. For sale everywhere.
220 acres good farming land
near Redmond, close to the
Deschutes river. Tumalo ir
rigation ditch runs close to
the land. Will sell on very
easy terms with interest at (1
per cent. Write for descrip
tion. THOMAS BOGGESS
151 Front St., Portland, Ore.
BRICK vs. OTHER BUILDINGS
BRICK BUILDINGS IN BEND
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
BEND BRICK & LUMBER CO.
Announcing Advertising Rate Changes for
THE BEND BULLETIN
DAILY AND WEEKLY EDITIONS
Effective July 1, 1919.
Home Composition per column inch each insertion. i2.';i20 Cents
Plate Matter per column inch each insertion .154Cents .
Home Composition per column inch each insertion......
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No display advertisement nccceptcri for less than 50c each insertion.
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