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SUITS FOR NOW
WE A HE HEADY rciuly to show an assortment of suits for Full and
Winter that appeals to men of taste. New Michaels-Stern Models of high
degree not made of common stufr not the same you fine evkuywiikkk.
But, a hit dkttkk in fabric and ciioicku in style. Tliese garments strike k new note
in good clothes-making. Come in and sec the style show and get the prices.
Men's Suits $10 to $35
THE BEST YOU CAN FIND ANYWHERX
How About Your Boy?
Have you planned
his winter clothing?
Does a Snappy Knicker
bocker Suit like this appeal
to you? And where could
you find better looking
m I v i s& (y
Jrs nil vuF
$3 to $6
$5 to $9
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The R. M.
GAMP ON RIVER
RECREATION ON MATOLES
Ice Cold Springs dive Rlie to Splendid
Hlvor North t,t Sitters-Height of
Hlack Butt Ascertained by
National Forest Ranger.
The family of J. M. Lawrence,
with Frank May and Floyd I)c
incut spent the latter irt oflaM
week on n camping trip to tin
head of the Metoltrs river, return
luir .Sunday evening. They found
a bud ford at Camp Polk, where ii
m nid no auto has crossed withoui
help tliln winon, and quite antl
1,'oiiih on the upper or mo.it western
road bciweeu the Metolet and Sis
tern. The best route is letween
the two, and avoiding the road
over the northeast arm cf Hlack
Untie just before reaching the head
of the Metoles. Hunting and fish
Ing urc poor at thin waon of the
vear. A little larther up in the
mountaiua there 1 game, bear be
iug particularly plentiful.
The MetolM, like Spring river,
boils out ol the ground and start
on its rapid course, "catling lightly
to tlie sea " Five miles below ith
source is the Dan Heising ranch,
where another bunch of mammoth
springs boil out of the eatlb, adding
340 second feet to the 550 feet al
ready flowing in the mum stream.
1 his water is only three degree
above the freezing point at one
dairy bouse and five degrees above
There Is a forest ranger station
three miles and a hall below the
rise of the Mclolcs. Its attitude i
only 3000 feet above the sea. Last
week the rangers officially ascer
tained the height of Black Butte to
be 6H66 feet above sea level
I. N Hunter and family left yes
terday for an outing on the Me
toles. Last week the party composed of
Ex Senator and Mr.s Wnitney L
Boise and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
tlonyon visited the Heising place.
Supreme Court Justice McBride is
In a hunting party at Marion lake,
15 miles farther in the mountaus.
IS NOT ENTHUSIASTIC.
Redmond Man la not Favorably DU
potcd to County Cnaege.
Kirk Whited of Redmond drove
up to Bend Ust Saturday. He re
ports affairs moving forward at a
very satisfactory gait in the "Hub
City'' and all the crops in the ad
jacent' country looking vetv well.
When questioned concerning his
views on proposed "Deschutes
County" Mr. Whited expressed
himself most freely as being
strongly opposed to it. He con
siders the movement decidedly ill
timed and believes that the bound
aries as set forth in the initiative
petition would work a decided injus
tice both to the parent county and
to much of the territory included
within the proposed new county
Will Speak September Third.
A. V. Lafferty, candidade for
nomination for congressman 2nd
district, will address the citizens of
Priuevilli; on the isaues of the day",
at Prineville Saturday, September
3, at 8:15 p. m. Music by Mor
gan's oschestta, Ladies are in
vited. Mr. Lafferty is an eloquent
forceful speaker who is making an
tctive campaign in person for con
Blue prints of Crook, Lake and
Klumath Counties for sale st the
N0TICK OF SALU.
Nolle I htrcbv tlrcn that there will br
atcl foriW ml K)1J it puHIc uiot t my
raui.li oil the IKKhutc river In Crook County.
Oimou, on Mturd-y. 6cttcntbr &, wiq. at
I o'clock p. m tlis following iltucrltml ptonertyi
Oue chratnut-aorrel mare with white pot fa
face, 8 109 craulil, hranded D with quarter
circle over it.ou icii iihc
DateA Auguit 17. 1910.
aj-13 W11.UAM V, VAWDKVKHT.
Uoict It htltirr rltrn that litntnn Trunk U.K.
way hat filrrf wlh Ihe rreori1r of Hie dlyof
ivm. n yiiHwnt nni winy hi mi rrKmar rnei
inr of Ihe common council of the cltyufltnl.
In be held (I o'clock, p m , on the I ith rlay nf
(ctoher 19I0. prtttnt It" prtllloo an-t apply for
(he vacallon of Ihe poftlona of Ihe folfowlnr
named alreeta and alley that He Utwtet nth
ind lilh atrreta In the city of llend, to-Mrt t -
juniper Avenue. jronvouan venue, iiawinorn
Anue,anil I'lr Avenue, and Ihe atlcyaln Mocka
OMKOON TKUNK RAtf.WAV.
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.VOTICK FOIt FUIiLICATlON.
Department of Interior.
U. . Und omce, The Ialra, Or,
Auut if, 1910.
Notice la bertbr riven that
N.llle V. Hcoetln,
ofTumato, On eon, who. on Oecember a, I90J,
made llomratead, Mo. 1415 (Setlal No 0177),
forawVnwW. Hec i. and iH I'M, aeUnetf
See . L. K. It it. W. MVhaa'Yler! notice
ol Inirntlon to make Float rive Year Proof to
vstabllth dalin to the land above dtacrllxd. be
fore II. C l!lli. V. a. CommlxUmer at hie office,
at nend, Oregon on the X41i day of September,
Claimant namea aa wltnraaet.
Juhn !. KrtrJ. of Uend, Ixnllftta Pull lam
ind I'rnlerick W Urtittti, of Ttunalo, John I.
Moore, of Laid law. Ore.
C XI. MOOKK,
Socialist County Conventl,.
The ftodalliit Connty Convention (or Croolc
County, Blal of Orvrnn. la hereby called la
meet at lh Circuit Court room at Prineville,
Oregon, on Saturday, Sepftrntur rjth, 1910, at t
odutkp ni. fortiic rnirpoae or aorolnallnc can
didate! 1 for County nfhcea to he filled at the not
Intal election, and for Ihe trantactlon ofpucti
other bulnea aa may come bvforeMideontcii
lion. Thla will be a max conrentlon and all
frraona In Crook County, Stale of Oregon,
nown to be Identified with the Social! move
ment will be entitled to a voice. In the proceed'
Inra of the convention.
Done try order of SorialUt Cmmi. r.ni,.i
j Committee, Auguu lat, 1910
J II, Iiotwhy, J.H. SMinr,
; Chairman. Secretary,
NOTH'B FOK PUBLICATION.
V S. Land Omce at The Datlrf. Ore.
July 19, 1910.
Notice la hereby liven lht-
widow of Oeoree II Palllam. of Tumafa (rnnn.
who, on June 71, 1904, made llomeatead Kntry
(MerlaINo ojrift), No. lifcjA .for NKVNKV.hK
NKV, and HIJX NWJ Sec IT, Twp. 6S.,R ii
V, , w. M , h filed notice ef Intention to make
Plnat Five-year Proof to eatabllah claim tothe
land above ricecilbn!, before II C HIIH, 0 a
CoromlMioner, at hia office, at Bend, Oregon, on
the 30th day of Auut. 1910.
Claimant namea aa witnetaea'
HuUrt A. Hcoggin Fred W Levereni.ChartM
W Thornwaite. Nellie Scottgin, George O Pul
liira, all of Tumalo, Oregon
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KMVES . . . 75c to $2.50
SAFETY RAZORS . . $3.50
SCISSORS . . . 50c to $1.00
THE BEST $1.00 CLOCK ON THE MARKET
We Sell at a Small Profit.
E. A. SATHER
Sightly Residence Lots
CLOSE IN and EXCELLENT
VIEW of City and Surround
R.EMEMBER, Thk is the future
residence district of GREATER
BEND. Our engineers will have the
piets reedy in a few deys. Come
eerly end make your selections.
LOCAL AGENTS FOR.
Choke residence Jots 10 per cent
cosh and 5 per cent per month.
Deschutes Realty Co.