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For School Boys and Girls
g A. M. LARA, -:-:- Bend, Oregon g
M. (i. Cos lias gone to Shaniko
to tucct Ills Itiotlicr, who is corning
to llcnd for n vis't of several weeks
roach here Wednesday
iJr K A. HeritiiBe. concert bw,
Just the kind of a shoe for a
real, live hoy to wear. It Is lentil
er all thru nijd the very best kind
at that. Voli will fhid thin the
best school shoe yoilr boy ever
FfJR Tills OIRLS-Uttle and
ISIjf "Our Family" Is one of the
uiost thoroly satisfactory shoes
for general al round wear that
you Can Jjet. Mndcuf liens y cnlf, with
lienvy double hole, It will btnnd the wenr.
School Opens Monday, September 7th!
J a i.l wvv h none concert in
) hai: t .morrow 'Suturdayj evening
) If )oti enjoy ftood mimic and who
) doc not ott will certainly he
Ui-v. (.. H. Smith of Pottland.
who ii now holding camp meetings
at I'riiHvllle. will lc in JJend by
September to for the purjKe of
holding camp meeting for a few
W I. Vandevert htm recently
built a large barn on his ranch nt
I.nvii. The barn is equipped with
a modern hay fork and track and,
with vauotts other improvements,
is a great convenience.
It is very probable that another
Inmltcr company will .soon begin
buying timber in this .section. The
company now has a man here to
report on the quality of timber, and
he is well pleased with it.
Agent for Champion Hinders,
Mowers and Rakes, Hinder Twine,
Uarbed Wire, Chicken Netting.
Mitchell, Haiti and Winona Wag
ons, Syracuse Plows and Harrows
Come and see me. Ii. A. Satiikk,
Hend, Oregon. ijf
Last Tuesday Dr. V. C. Coe, as-
The stockholders of the Arnold or five hundred deles arc to be ii
Irrigation Company held a meeting rigated by putriping' water from the
Tuesday afternoon and authorised Spokane river. The coiipjii "' r
the board of directors to levy nn : owns the land plans ib 'put t
assetoment of o cents an acre, the greater part of It liitd fruit Mr
money to be expended in enlarging I lenscn ays he t:irct!) to rr '
Loru "'"' dcepenini the itituk", loweru ' to this ertUn in a year br ' '
a section of the flume, and putting wwh him success in his r.
All you caii err
I'urbiddcti l'ruit '
Sniigk ut Vuiurv
"Royal lkllust I.tuen'
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I I N'S IT.V HOI I'KKH. INK. I'KNCM.S KRASI-RS V. liRVTIIINC l-OR SCHOOL ISK at
THE BIG STORE ON THE CORNER.
l . i' rrt Saturday eveniDK at
l.ir . s hall. 1
.Vonicy C. S. Itensiln wis n
"DUiii sent vivitor the firslt of the
,m- k ItKikiiiK after legal matters.
I R. Remdorfer ami l'rank Or-
i" trc visitor in Hend Wcdnw
iliv from their latin wast of town.
R J . McCutiu has been appoint
i forest guurd, and will be Sta
llone 1 in and around L'eud most of
th' tune. ' - '
V.ss Marion Wiet returned Inst
Friday evening from h Visit "of sev
er ii seeks at t'orllund and other
N Alley points. '" '
Mr. and Mrs. Hlmer MfetHll, re
turned the first of the ' wsk from
thi'ir nuting over the. mountains
and Mirough the Valley.
Til'- hotel at Rostand, mid also
'h" town nnd farm residences of
f. S Ilogttc are now being given
lew coats of paint this week.
J.idgc II. C. Kllfs was at Trine-
ih Tuesday and Wednesday nt-
tcnduig to county court matters.
He r-turncd home Thursday even
ing. IT. R. A. Heritage, of Willam
ette '.tnivcndty, who is to give a
concert in Hend tomorrow evening,
is one of the best soloists in the
Northwest. You will mfss ft if you
I nm.uow agent for the DeLnval
cream separator, nnd have otic of
thvs? iiiqcliiucs in.. stock. Step in
and examine ,it. They .aye n great
convenience mid money . rinver fur
the dairyman. K. A. $vriiKK.ai'tf
Millard Trlplett nnd .Nick Smith
are workiug thiu vJc oir the job of
clotbinp; nnd papering the nights
of Pythias lodgl' foom. Various
other improvcmtltttsnrc beipgpiatle
which, when cdUlpjcted, will gc
the Knights u ver- comfortnblb nud
nlcniaut Cnstle Hall.
Remcmlwr the concert tomorrow
Horn, to Mr. nud Mrs. O.scar Huff
man of I'riueville, on Sept. 3. a sou.
Mr. A. I). Morrill o,f Powell
flutter was shopping in Hend ye
terdny. J. N. Hunter and family have
U'cn sendiug t It v post 10 ilays
cnmpiue: at Crane Prairie.
Miss Maude . aildcvcrl returned
to Hend Wednesday front ti vfoit of
several weeks in the Valley.
J. II. "can is enjoying n visit
from his brother, who arrived in
Hend recently from Kentucky.
Mrs. ! I1'. Smith and .sous will
move into Hend next Sunday so
that the boys may Ite here for the
ociiiug of school.
Mr. and MfS. Howard arc enjoy j
ing 11 visit from Mrs, Alfred Hiles
and children of Portland, who ar
rived last cvciiinr;.
W. P. tandevcrt, accompanied
(by Clint and Willie, were down
from their ranch at Lava Tuesday.
LCIint tirade final proof on a tiiiiber
claim' before Commissioner hllis.
Mrs. W. R Law.sou returned to
her home 111 llcnd Wednesday after
an extended visit with her parents
at Iioisv, Idaho. ,
Mrs. J. Ii. Sawhill and two .sons
returned to Hem! Thursday, after a
visit of u mouth with Mr. and Mrs
W. P. Vandevert at their much.
The Coruett Stage ComMuy has
bought two brautl new coaches to
be used du its line between Pritie
villc and lleud. ,The new stages
are now in llritxville.
Kliucr Merrill reports that there
is an abundant crop of fruit in the
Valley tbist year. That will be
good news for people In this section
who plan to drive over the moun
tains to the Valley ami bccutc their
mi additional board on the sides of
the flume so as to carry about two
feet of water.
K. A. Cast, of the sales depart
ment of the H. I. & P. Co . tells
The Hullctiti that the company is
receiving a large number of in
quiries regarding its irrigated lands,
twice as many as have ever hereto
fore been received at both the Port
land and Hend offices. People are
Milt watching the Hend country
and when the railroad starts there
will certainly be a wonderful influx
"Dad" West retarncd Monday
from a trip to the Valley, having
driven to Lebanon with Dr. nud
Mrs. Nichols, who were returning
to their home in Portland after
spending two or three weeks in
Hend. "Dad" said the trip over
the mountains was a most delight
ful one, with the exception that on
last week Thursday, Friday and
Saturday he drove through the rain
most of the time.
T. A. Jensen, a farmer livirg
near Tumalo, has gone to Miles,
I wish to announce that I ha
reojicned my ofTicr in ll.t B'il! "
HIdg. I am prepared to ' '
deeds, mortgages, etc., and ' 0
tarwl work. I will alo do t j t
writing on short notice I '
just received a new lot of ijj"
for land in the "Golden Gcx -e J
Valley." Hettcr come in and '
tone or more. 1 ncy arca c ou
vestment. C. A. J'
Mrs. Paul Kracnler uee E-. .
Robinson), with her baby ou
rived in llcnd Saturday af'cn.
from Minnesota. She u !
joined in "a few weeks bv '
Kracmcr, and they will make tic .
future home here, Mrs. Kracr. t
having engaged the house f l
vacated by Mr. nud Mrs. McD
all upon their ty'eparturc M!
Kracmer was not very nimh in to. ,
with Minnesota as a place of re
dence, and is glad togct'ackl
Quick Relief for Asthma Sufferen
l'o!ry' Honey ami Tar nr :r."
lute relief to llntm tuftciers m t
worst (tagc ami if taken in time w M (
feet a i-ure C. V Merrill, iliuw "
ii , ili I
1 llVllliTVi WVfUJc
Wnli ivlipro lif will lnt- plmrpf
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IISIVU UV Ml. .llt'lllll, IX.-IIUIUICU HI!' c tl T-
. ,, ' i of a small irrigation pant. I-ottr
ujrtu.iuii VIII ..113. ,llh .VIUV i."T,
who has been in rather poor health '
since the birth of her baby last June.
The oeratiou was successfully ac
complished and Mrs. Roberts is re
covering nicely from the effects
Rev. J. T. Moore of Prlnevillc
delivered two very able sermons in 1
Hend last Sunday. He held the
close attention of his audience dur
ing both discourses, and those who
were in attendance speak highly of
him as a pulpit speaker. An en
deavor will be marie to have Rev
Moore make visits to Hend regular
ly once a uiouih.
Hend people returning from the
Valley report that the sentiment in
this section regarding railroad j
building into Central Oregon isl
very calm and quiet compared with
what you find in the Willamette j
valley. People there are greatly
wrought up over the matter, , con
sider the extension u settled affair,
and arc greatly pleased over the
When Trifles Doe'omo Troubles.
If any rwrtuu tupecl that their kid
nc ate ilt'riifj'novt they rimiiUl take l'ol
ev a Kidney Kemnly ut onn- and not
rikk h"iii.llriKht' diteusc or diatxte.
Ilelny u(w the I'ixnsc a Mroiieer fool.
Iioltl mil v 11 nliouM nut delay taking I
l'ole'sIMney Kemctly. e. w. Jicr
Dandruff and Rk
are but outnard slrns ol the oil
done In secret by myriads ol dan
Jrulf terms sapplaj the life blooi
ol the hair. Micro kills the para
site, soothes the Itchloj scalp,
tires lustre to the hair and stefi
it falllnt oat. A siojle application
tives relief and proves its north.
Save jour balr before too late.
Micro prevents baldness. It Is a
delirhtful dresslnt (or the hair,
free frijm pease and sticky olut
Ask ooi'drunist for free booklet
HOYT CHEMICAL CO.
JVlitii You Paint
buildings, Inside or out
side, if you desire the
very best results at die
least expense you
"' ' color c-rda '
, E. A. SATHER
A Full Line of Groceries, V
I Goods and Hard-arc nl'say"" .
MUs Hcssie Dingey
Ueatrice Johnson of. Priucvllle,
cousin and niece respectively of
iMra. Henry Whitse, lutvc, visited
with Mrs. Whltsctt dutiiiK the
1 The Ladies' Library ctfuij nfe to
k: commended for providing jiend
With so pleasing n concert' nn i.1
jproiniscd Ifor tomorroV cyetilig,
when jJr, K. A. Heritage ylii; ren
der n program of select ballads,,
humorous nud drauuiic s'Oiiji,v.
The hunting party constating, bf
ut, Loc, ju. u. ,.coe nnu uaipn
Pattersou rcturucdv to Bend Inst
Snturdqy after havUij;, sjietit a
pleasant') week in the" .Ptoulina
mouutaltis. Dr. Coe su)io;c(Tcd in
getting a deer. J)tiuksv.-vere very
numerous. pit Pnulinn laliennd the
hunters lived high ou eAWoti mid
THg D. I.& P. CO. WILL GIVE
5 Cash Prizes!
PoH I'HB EST LBTTRKS TijuLINd OF
glH-NCHS IN KAISlN CROPS ON,
OUR IRRIGATED. LANDS.
'$ie iett'ers shbtild state ptain lhb yield per
of the difrereu't crops. All letters tdbe sglcd by two
ticsses and snibted to the D. I. s?f '!' Co. Offices,
Oregon, bySepenibet iu. If possible, d sample of
described should accompatty letttr;-"
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wMMy 1 im0m lui V 11 .iii.iii
As well hs every business man should
have a bank ttccount.
bur money is safer ift "tflie bank t n
Pavine vour bills bv check
simplest and most convenient method.
Your check' becomes a voucher for the
jvleUt It pays. , .-; ,
it gives you a better stdndftig with biuiucss
hieu. ' i
loney it the bank strengtlictls-yotlr credit
teaches, helps and encour
A bahk account
ages you to save.
f his bank dp.es nil the bookkeeping,
Yoni1 bnnlL'hsok Is a recortlsofA-wlr bhsiue.M
To thok'e desiring Banking Cdfiiiiiionsr')th a Well
established Bank, We oJttferrJ gur services.
tH tentral 6irnBankiiig D
U. C. Coa t.
H, P. J. McDonald.
E. K Sather,M.MM
0. U. Heuurn ,
DIRECTORS: , .
Lumberman alift Yttnber Owiur
.,,. ,1'hjJlci u and Surgeoi-.
,.., Mayor of lleud.
mi , Mr... --9 . ... .alcrcJmut
..r'u. .,-- .....,.. . ,. CttsbU'r.
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