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TII13 11KNI) IIULLICTIN, HEND, ORE,, WEDNESDAY, APRIL lit, lOf I.
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IV i GOING FISHING? )
1 l I Yen don't ronftnn, ami you can't '
i flllonl In inka any cliuncw oit
1 poor Tasklo.
' a I J" tho Ultra CnMlnw ttrwU veil "
IV linvo llm ry lln t J'UhiihxhJ,
i i 111 A m"1 nl n ''""'in' In illir-iao .
, , I My V nonnbls, quality lonikisred.
tV Wlmilmr rods, .pels, llno.i or C(
' hi i M minnows, llio I iim rnillna in I
, Iff I V fl A the lino tluii will wltMiy raiTtly I
' If J If ymi-ilmt will iim Irif you at
ill If V ,llatnwlun)ololll.,,
' I PATTERSON DRUG CO. I
' LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
.Ion Olson Iiiih K'Miu to Alaska,
I I.. Owon Ih now In Alaska.
JiiIiii ItlU loft (own several ilnyM
( H. Hudson spent Tuesday In
Minn Itoso Kqhlnltmnn spent Hint
t day Iw Culver,
J. T. Itlinion of Kurt Koak was In
(own I nut week,
' Mitt Counh of Lahllnw wan In
Mrs. Wade mul her (wo daughter
have gone to Koattlu.
The HrhlKP Club moats with Mm.
Key I hid ovenlng.
.Mm. K. W. Ward had" mi Informal
tun Monday afternoon.
Mm. Miirdii KiiiilmiH I staying In
Portland for n short tlmo.
County Commlnalimer V. W.
Ilrown win In (own Monday.
A. L. Mercy wan registered nt the
New Dress Goods
LACES, DRY GOODS, TRIMMINGS.
Still a fow LADIES JUSADY TO WEAR
SUITS AND SKIRTS.
Hijj Mexican Straw Huts 25c
Hoys' Straws .. 15c
DON'T FORGET our RUGS
Priced nt $14.00 to $25.00
Small Hugs $1.25 to $2.25
R. M. Smith Clothing Co.
LEARN THE WAY.
Looks - - Quality
MV .NKW I.INH OV MII1IAUV TAIIU'.H IH TIIK IIKST
MVKIl HIIOWN IN III:MI, I'll.f. QrAllTKUIl OAK,
IIAMlSOMi:iA' I'lMHUKI) l. ll'l.l (JOIiOKN.
GO-CARTS AND CARRIAGES
IU'IJj MNIfl OV TIIK CKI.KIUtATKI) "IIKYWOOD,"
TIIHV AUK CIH.4V AND KTVMHII, MADIJ OV TIIK
IHWi; MATKIUAI.S 1IAVK AUTO AND lfOUJt HOW
CAIiI. and mm Tinw. NO THOUIII.K TO HIIOW YOU
WIIKTIIICH YOU 11UY OH NOT,
E. M. THOMPSON
IIHINO IN TTOUlt V0UN OUT U(JC1 V WHKUf FOR
lli'inl Saturday from l.nldlnw.
Knrl H HoIIomn has boon appoint
ill ponl-mnslor nt Deschutes.
Mm. F II Stanley loft (Iih Alia
iiKint for her lioiiiu yesterday.
T. K. (I. Duffy, of Prlnevllln, was
In llond Saturday nml Sunday.
A sidewalk Iihh in liullt from
Kenwood to Kenwood (lnnliinH.
K. I). Mcintosh oxtiocts to lonvo
for Alaska In nlioiit threo weeks.
J. A. (tastes Iihh rearranged IiIh of
fices, opening n room In (lio rmir.
C. C. Winn of l.n Pino wiu roKl'
lurtul nt tint I'llot llutto on Krlilny.
Mlwt CmmM)' of I'rluovlllii wan Minn
Trnututir'H kuumI over (Iih wwk nml.
I Inflow Alton In now nntlrely re
foxorwl from lit nttHck of mitaiilo.
A. M. I'rliiKlo whiiI to I'ortlmul on
Monday nlKlit for a tirlvf Inmliieii
A "Mn WmitPil" bIkii Iih Ihhiii In
tlif wlmtow of tlm Millar l.umlwr Co.
o III co.
I', ('. Onrrlmm loft Monday nlKlit
for u liiiHliuiiiii trip (o lloniiur'H Korry,
Victor Hlmwo wiim ovor from l'rlrio
vlllo .Monilny, A ;uot nt tliu I'JIut
t, Corliln wah lit town from 3
I'ltio KrliUy, it tumt nt (ho Hotel
Dr. OonrR HttlKtc won h KUMt nt
tln Alliiinont ilurttiK lilt" MtHy lir
Tlio MfMN Mry nml l.stn Hsim
Mpc it HuiidHy In (own, kiiiwIm nt th
I V Drown Iim rotiirncd to town
from MldlHiid, Mich., whara lio Rpunt
J V Kvyrn wont to I'orllnnd on
IminIiichm Monilny nlKlit, ruturnltiK
I.iiHt nlKlit MIihi (IruvcM nnd MIm
DoIhoii kiivo h illnrior party nt tlio
: I'4 (lriuno nnd IiIh olitor, MIm
Kiinny Clrcono, wore tuimln nt The
A. Itao In In clinrKO of Tlio Hend
Coinpniiy'H ynrd durltiK the nbxunco
of Own;'! RtrnlKlit.
A new mIkii Iirh bnon put -up ovar
tin Mlllrr l.timbor Oompany'n now
olllco on Wnll Htrcot,
D M DrvIh roturned Biunlny night
aftiT h twn wi'iikx trip to I'ortlnml,
Bt'iittlo nnd Kimkmio.
Mm. I M. Tlirvrtpnon In mining nil
kltidit f plnn") to bo old for (he
hunuflt of Him llbrnry.
W ( HtiKhtm. of the Levorelt
II it nil on Co., hn gone to tfnu I'rnueln
rp on buntoeM trip.
C I U'lttn anil Jchn M. Toggart
or M ml run wore In town Thtimdny
reKlMorml At the Ilotul.
Mr. nnd Mm. I'rank A. Walton,
formerly of Hend. are now IIvIiik on
n much nonr rrlnovlllo.
Norvnl MprliiKr rottirncd on Fri
day from Corllnnd whore he bowlud
In tlio toiiriinmont thero.
Frank and Itnlph Jamlnon woro In
twon from Silver Lake on Friday,
Kuoitn oi tlio llonil ilotul.
N. V. Weldor hnn opened a paint
ntnro on OroKon ntrot In (ho room
ndjolnlnn HCukln ft JtynniT.
I.. II. (Hom In now nctltiK miRlneor
nt Hie lli-uil Coiiipauy'n mill. G, II.
Hurt In now the mill wrlKhl.
J. I. Wleat vlcltod In (own oarly
thin week, retHrnlnK to hln home In
Tim DalM Tuedny mornliiK. ,
W. It. Oarey. who han recently ot
tlml In Ktvftm, wan In town on Thtim
dny, roKlstcrwl at tlio Wrlslit.
Tlio work of laying n cvtnont tide
WHlk In front of the Fulkn bulldliiRi
on Wall afreet hnn boon boKun.
.Hh Wllliamn and v. U. fipront
aro now tHKing iiinnor i .Mm. ner
rliiK'n. MIm Mlxtor la not thero.
Mm. II. II. Do Armond left Hunday
nlKht for n montha vlnlt In Portliind,
Mtulford nnd other vnlloy pnlnta.
Tom Jhitton and hln tiiothor iwinn
od throtiKh town Monday on (heir re
turn to KkII, from n trip to I'ortlnnd.
Mrn. Hlrdlo Hownrd, n aUtor of
Mm. Hcynoldt, and aon, loft for Mod
ford laal Thtimdny on n night nooliiK
C. C. Caton of tlio Union Mont
Company of I'ortlnnd wan tlio guent
Of Mr. and Mm. A. M. I'rlnglo on
Work haa ntartod on a concrete
nldewnlk on Wall atreet la front of
the Hend Thoatro and adjoining
Hov, (J. II. Wllklna returned on
Monday from Moro whore ho nttend
ed (ho meeting of the I'cndloton
, J. K. Kngobrotnon han loft The
llond Company'a will and will go up
to hln ranch at I. a Fine and ongage
Jainea Ryan reporta that a lariw
number of people aro coming In to
Invent Igate the newly opened lands
to tlio aouth.
Mm Ayrea. Mm Huple and Mm.
Nlchol of Laldlaw were In town Ut
Knturdny to tako Hpoelal loteonn In
(ho new dancon.
Hev. f! Harvoy. who preached at
the i'reabytorlnii church Sunday, wan
regUtorml at the Allamont during
hln ntay In (own.
I'Uiih for (he penny noelnl to be
given by tho I'reabytorlan Oullil on
(ho evening of Friday, April H, are
On Thumday Mian Anne Market
and Mian Katherlne Traulner went (o
Iirinevlllo Jn V. A. Forbos car (o see
tho play "A I'nlr of Idlota."
Forest Stiporvloor Morrld nnd W.
I,. Sprout left Monday morning for
Rlatora where they will aitalm In the
(roe planting work now going on
Mrn. M. M. McCnnn. who has been
vUttlng her dnughtor, Mrn. Itnlph
Bponcor, loaves on Saturday on her
return to her homo In Connford, Al
borta, Ooorgo Straight, foromnn at The
llond Coinpniiy'H ynrd. left Sunday
night for New York, whero he wan
called by tho serious Illnoaa of his
W1IKK YOU VISIT
i! The Tumalo Project
FRUITS, 8WKF.T MKATS
OREGON and WASHINGTON
A Slrsetory of eoh City, Town and
Villas, cltlnc diiorlptlv skttch ct
asch pise, location, population, ttlt
graph, ihlpplna and banklna point!
aJa ciaMlfl,a Directory, compllsd by
H buitoMi and profaulon.,
At tho mooting of tho Hplncopnl
Oullil lant week nt Minn Uroeno'n,
Mm, I'tituiim gitvo an Informal lulk
on "Tho Top of n Cotitrul Amorlcnn
I'liul V, Hodgon, of tho tin I (oil
ntaton (loologlcnl aurviry, who ban
boon inoHHiirliiK the Denchutos nt illf
foront points up and down the river,
wan In town IftMt week,
I. II, Feeloy, who rnmo to Itrnd
from Oklahoiiin about throe months
ago, Is preparing to open a skating
rink In the store on Wnll ntreot for
merly used uh n pool room.
On Bun ilny Misses Anne and dor
trtide Market, Miss Trautnor and
Miss CHseldy, V. A. Forbes, T. 15. 0.
Duffy, of I'rlnevllle, and Mr. Ileafeley
of I.HJillaw, bad a picnic up the river.
On ICnstor morning a half dwton
youngsters had a most onthualastlc
egg hunt In tho Ovorturf yard. Rome
throe to four dozen eggs wore dis
covered hidden about the garden and
The ladles of the Kplscopsl Oullil
will moot tomorrow nt the Homo of
Mrn. J. F. Koyos. Those meetlngi
are entirely Informal nnd nil who are
at all Interostcd aro cordially Invited
to bo present.
The regular monthly buslnoas
mooting of tho Haptlst Womens Un
ion will bo held at the homo of Mrn.
II. C. Kills tomorrow afternoon at
two o'clock. A full attendance Is
desired an Important matters are to
Tomorrow (Thursday) night the
Fraternal Hrotherbood will hold an
old fashlonod danro nt Bather's Hall.
It la announced that old fashioned
music will bo played, old fashioned
daacos will bo danced, and old fash
ioned clothes worn.
The Hend Water Light & Fower
fomjiany In moving Itn office to tliM
old bank building on the corner of
Wall and Ohio streets, opposite the
Hend Company's olllco. Homo re
modeling of the rooms haa boon dono
for (ho new tonsnts.
Hov. V.. C. New ham will leave on
April 27 for a (rip (o Kngland whore
ho will spond (he summer In Sop-
(ember ho win return for a snort
tlmo, expecting thereafter to have
another pastorate. Ills successor
has not yet been appointed.
Tho Subscription Club's dance,
which wns (o havo been given Satur
day night, has boon positioned for a
week because tho latdlaw Tennis
Club has announced a danco at Laid
law this Saturday and a generous
turnout for that Is desired.
Mrs. John Wiglo of I'rlnovlllo will
give a lecture at the Dream Theatre
on the evening of Monday tho 27th.
Her subject will be "Los Mlserables '
Victor Hugo's famous play. Tho Glee
Club is practicing special music fqr
the occasion, tho returns from which
nro (o be devoted to tho Library.
Cark Rhodes and Ward Coble have
had a four daya trip of road mapping
In (ho former's cnr. They have espe
cially looked over the roads between
llond and Tho Dalles over which th.
rogulara will probably march coming
to Uio summer encampment hero.
They aro now Investigating the
mountnln roads from (he Willamette
FIVK ANGLKHS IN AN Al'TO.
All departments of the Hend Hard
ware Company Joined In a stag fish
ing party on tho Metollua on Sunday
going over In Floyd Dement's now
car. They carried a lull line or (inn
ing tackle both ways, going and com
ing. Just what tho catch of (ho day
amounted U has been lmposslblo to
loam but ono member of tho mrty
has gono on record to the effect thnt
they got tho limit. Ho also assorts
(bat no member of tho party caught
moro than tho other, but ono. or two
had bites. They had n good rldo and
think (ho Metollua a Hno rlvor In
HARDY HAS CAR.
MngnKlcent dlstancoa of Central
Oregon will be negotiated hereafter
by automobiles when representatives
of the Oregon Trunk find It uecoa
aary to mnke overland (roks out of
tho terminal towns. J. T, Hardy,
traveling freight and passongor ngont
for that territory, haa boon trying out
a now car Just purchased (or the
trattlc department nnd expects to
tako (ho Jackrabblt trail with It In a
KIGIITII GRADK FINAL KXAMINA
TION. May 7th and 8th. 19H. Thursday
Physiology. Roadlng, Geography,
History nnd Civil Oovernmont.
Friday Grammar, Writing, Spoil
ing, Arithmetic and Agriculture
Adv. 6-7c J. K. MYBRS, Co. Stipt.
A. J. HOI.STKK
Will Sponk nt tho
Ibipdht Church, lleiul
At 8 P. M. on
Friday, April 17.
Delegate to the County Conven.
(ion nt Hcdmoiit! will bo nomi
nated at tbeo meeting.
L. 1). VIi:ST, Committeeman,
CDAM ORCHARD TO
rHUlU CONSUMER by
Kxtru flno thtonl evaporated
HI pounds postpaid ..... $1,00
U ihiuikIs pobtpnld ,30
Give iia a trlul. Ashlnnd
Peaches always pleaso.
Albert O. Joy Ashland, Oregon
Wo show tho most complete and "up to the minuto"
line of t.' v , ih
Ladies' Knit and
Right now is the time to make your .selections from
onr new and varied .stoc!:.
Ladlos' Knit Vesta
10c to 50c
Ladles' Knit Union
35c, 50c, 85c
Wc have them In
a 1 1 styles Lock
Knee, CulT Knee,
and Ankle Length.
Dainty Muslin Com
binations priced at
$1 to $2.50
WE ALSO HAVE THE NEW "TANGO COMBINATION."
IN NEW MATERIALS Rice Cloth, &f x- CO 0C
Crepes priced from V lO ty&.GrO
CORSET COVERS-excellent values at 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, and $1
NEW CAMISOLE BODICES of Shadow Lace at $ 1 .25, $ 1 .75
An entire New Line of Princess Slips, Muslin and Crepe Drawers,
WIIATKVKH YOU HL'Y AT
YOflt COMPLCTK SATISFACTION IS GUAHANTKHD.
TRKKM TO HK l'Ii,NTI.
( Sls(ora Herald.)
A shipment of 2300 trees la duo to
arrive in Sisters the Inst of this wook.
They aro being shipped hero by the
forest service for use In their refor
estation experiment work.
Tho trees, which aro Yellow and
Scotch pine, will bo taken to tho
burned district west of the head of
tho Motolius river whore thoy will bo
planted and protected In order to
give them a fair chance nnd deter
mine whether reforestation will
prove a success. The work of plant
ing will bo done under the direction
of II. K. Vincent, who will spend
next week In the task.
Reforestation haa boon undor way
by tho forest servlco for a numbor of
ears. tho result so far being favor
able for success.
NOTICK TO ODD FKLLOWS.
All members of tho I. O. O. F.
are requested to meet at the hall
Thumday at 2 o'clook. The order
will proceed to the homo of tho late
Oliver Johnson and thonco attend the
funeral services at the llaptiat
Mr. Homestoader. The Skuse Hard
ware Company has what you
Raster was observed In the differ
ent llond churohea by special services
and extra music, large congregations
attending hi nearly every case. At
tho Catholic church in tho morning
a special choir rendered music and
thoro was hardly standing room in
tho building. Many also attended the
Haptlst services In the forenoon. At
the Presbyterian church In the even
ing a well arranged musical program
was given undor the leadership of
Mrs. Ashley Forrest nnd at tho Meth
odist church tho evening service was
well attended. In tho afternoon Ret
I luuo built eery brick house in Hend erected by
WORK TIIK IIKST.
PRICKS TIIK I.OWKST.
SATISFACTION AHSOLUTKLY GUARANTHKD.
SAND FOR. SALE
Tho beiit obtainable nt tlio lowest price In large or
1 havo (ho eeluslo iirlillcgcs for sand In nil C. O.
I. Company ditches.
Wo Iiuvo moved luto tho Mora formerly occupied by
LldHT IA7NCHKS, COFFKB, AND ICK CRKAM.
FRKSU FRUITS AXD CANDIES.
Orders taken from hotels and restaurants and private
REGULAR SUPPLIES AND SPECIAL ORDERS OF
Ncwhntn conducted a service at Den
chutes, tho school bouse being well
Just received a dandy lino of oan
dics, such as chocolata dipped cara
mels, chocolate almonds, -qbocolato
creams put up in C nmUlO cent car
tons. This makes thorn perfectly
sanitary, frco from dust and flics. Tho
Mr. Homesteader. Tho Skuso Hard
ware Company has what you
I WILL SELL
Lots 1 , 2, 3,
At a Very
R. P. Minter
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