IllVi JIKNI) I1ULLKTIN, IIKNI), OHK WKDNK8DAY, STAY fl, 1011. TMOH n. MOTHERS' DAY -A. -crf. SUNUAV, MAY 10 fl1 Ori SATURDAY, May 9 wit uiiiii HtKMiJvr icacii ianv. vihitino oca HTOItli WITH AltlCUTIITJ, tWJI.NATION, Mil Nt'lllt TO CAMi I'Olt VOIMtH, Wl WANT VOU TO IIAVIJ ONK, WH A 110, WANT Vol' TO 8IK OlMt NKW Soda Fountain AT WHICH VI Allli HimVINO UHl.WUiVH HOT WICATIIIMt lHtlNHH. WK WANT YOU AH ONK OP" OUII MODA I'ATIIONH. m:.Mi:.MiiHii, hatuhdav, may u, wk iiavk a CAHNATION I'Olt YOU, Patterson Drug Co. 1 , LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Mra. 1.. I). Wlcst In (julto III. ! A. M. 1'rliiKlo l In I.n Pino todny. ' O I.nurjmnrd was up from l.nldlaw iMoniluy. j! A II, Dnvln or Prlngln Klnta was It) town Moifday. ji mYmimI Mn. 0. B. Hudson woro In Portland over Hunday. Curt Allen wna In (own from hli ii rlvor.nuirji on Mondny. it J. II. I Icy hurn haa recovered from 'hla attack of bronchitis. . Tim llrldKo Club mot out nt'lho ttJonoa' rmich Inst Friday. !' Mm. Ilardman li visiting her dan , Khtw,"Mra. O. H.'KuraU ,. ,. , Thuro will Ito n Huhaorlptlun Chili unncu tula Hntunlny nlRlit. it J. II. Wonnudy wont In Portland 'ton buslnosa Monday iiIkIiI. J t UihI Dooncr roturnud Inst night iroin n trip to Crnno Prnlrle. Mr. J. II. Ilrlnckloy has been aur forliiK from un nttnek of grip. C. B. Wlso wna n Kunat nt llio 1'llot Ilutto from Im Pine Thursday. Mra. Nnllln Wrlght-tUbba wont lo I'ortlnud for n abort May Sunday. Ilnrl Auntln waa In from Crescent Hntunlny, n lineal nt tbo Pilot Ilutto. I". J. (Under vliltiid Mra. CJIndar nt tho Mllllcan homestead laat Hun day. Allibonso W. Ayn of i.n Pino wna -TwrHw?n nrriiio pifei -imAn mim. day.- -- J. A. Ilcokwlth wna In town from l.a Plnu Sunday, n guest nt tho Hunt llotol. A boy bnby wna born to Mr. nml Mra. (irlmea ahortly after noon yea fbrdnjr. 0. Stiilililonold passed through town on Thursday on hi return to Portland. H. W. Onrvor of Fort Hook wa registered nt tbo Pilot IJutto on Thursday. Mr. nnd Mra. W. A. Heaver have moved Into their now bungalow lit Wlestorla. C. K. Hhopard roMiitly returned to town from Portland whore ho spout thowlntnr. Mra. 0. A. Melsol wna In town from DoHohuti.' on Monday, registering nt tbo Pilot Ilutto. Attorney Ounornl Crnwford wn rnglstorud'at tho llond Hotel whim In, town mm woqk. Perry A. 8011th nnd P. II. Johnson wore registered nt tho Wright from Mllliann Inst wook, Mr. nnd Mra. J. 8. llontaon wero In town todny on tholr way out to tholr MlliWn homontead. o. P. Putnam nnd U. V. (Ireene wont to Prlnovlllo .Mondny, returning; by way of itodmond. .. Mra. O. M. Patterson hna roturnxl . from n vlall to bor old home In Wal la Walln, Wnalilngton. ( Kdwln PbllllpM of l.odRuolm, X. I). 49nH romo to llond. Ho hna Inud un , ' dor tho Tuinnlo Project. On Mondny uvonlnfr tho Mlaaca , (Iritvua nml Dolaon gave a dinner imp ly nt tho "Chooolnto Drop." George S. Young returnod ycatorr 8 dy from Alknll Uiko where ho hna bfoii doing I'liKlnoorlng work. Iluy l.nmbfraou rcdirnod lo town Inat wnuk from tho Woyorhutioaar lluilior orulHlng nonr I.n Pino. Forvat Hutiorvlaor Morrlt wunt to Klatora on Monday on bualnvaa con ncctud with tho Foroat Horvlco. Mra. J. P. Koyoa tntortnlned aomo of tho younger ant nt an Informal dnnetng party loat Wcdneadny. Mra, T. W, Trlplott loft Monday morning for Ixtnolr, N. C, whero alio will vlilt her aon, who la alok. IniUllntlon of a cami-nt aldownlk at tho old Chapman corner, Wnll and Mliinoaotn atrvota, hna conimunced. Tho Weyorhnouaor timber oruliora who hnvo boon working on timber propertlea to tbo aouth Dnlahed laat week nnd returned to tholr million. Tho llond Company haa n crow of men nt work bnullng nut from tho rlvor loga Hint hnvo gonu by tho boom. ' Tho orlglnnl llsnd Tonula Club la milking oxtonalvo Improveulonta In Ita court opiHiallo tbo Altnmont Ho tel. Tbo Ilnptlat Womon'a Mlaatonnry Circle will meet with Mra. W. W. Faulkner Thuradny nflernoon at 2:80. J. A. Mantca, II. II. po Armond, Honh Farnhnm nnd J. P. Koyoa nro nttiiudlng county court nt Prlnovlllo todny. . Krauk.nibblo and 3. WV. Cllln wont to Portlund onrlj" In th6 wiek lo piirobaao an nlito truck for their own ue. A. I. Donnoy, of Portland, Orogoa, la In llond. Ho owna tho old Hoy nolda rnnoh ouat of town nnd will Im prove It. 1). P. Winter hna como In from hla rnnoh nt Powell Ilutto to do aomo onrpontry'work on the now Wonnn- dy garago. -W. A. Heholl of Portland haa copin hero tu naalat John Dubula In hla In veatlgnilon work under tho Dosort MA Itoard. Mr. and Mr. A. M. I.ara. former ly of llond. have opeued a branch of lle fur tbo llond Pnrk Co. In Ta oomn, Wnah. UUhop Pnddook, who hna boon vory til for nlmoat two months, hna now loft tho tlood Hnmnrltnu Haa pllul In Portland. Mm. W. W. Fnulknor la embroid ering letter, and Mra. Corft A. Jonoa In waablng nwontora for tho bonent of the I.lbrnry Club. I,. F. Wnkonold, vhn la henvlly Intoroaled In Creacent, pnaaed through llond on routu to tho aouth eru town Friday. Tbo Itev. K. C. Nowhnm, pnator ot tho Mothodlut'clmrcdi hero, loft Inat wwk for Kuglitnd, hla old home, lie In HuaottiulKil liHifl hv ('. A. Hlllllll. fonujarly of Moro. v' 1 Howard Spinning, formerly of liomi una now locaiou hi nuur, WnahliiKtoii. wna lioro Snturdny. Mr. Spinning la editor of tbo Wilbur IteglHtor. J. W. Ilrowor imNod through town Saturday on hla return from nn Jn1 veatlgntlon or tho InudH oliminntoa from tbo foroatH nonr l,n Pino, Crea cent nml Fort Hock. Km fwl m n fl 1 9 Puritan Undermuslins Among tho beautiful new 6ty!cs recently brought to tho Puritan Undcrimislin factory froln Paris was a charming prin cccs slip valued at thirty seven dollars. The Puritan designs pro duced a similar garment fol lowing closely tho same lines and style: but by using less ex pensive laces though equally beautiful in design and cloth costing no more than you are accustomed to paying, the re sult was a stylish, distinctive, well mado princess slip that could be sold at only three dollars and fifty cents. In our Puritan Undermus lin line youwillfind the latest ideas in stylish lingerie. A Puritan hanijor on every trmcnt, R,. M. Smith Clothing Co. Lenrn the Way. Tho boy bnby of Mr. nnd Mra. K. II. (loyd, nhoul two wook a old, died Monday of pnoiiinonln. Tho funornl UFcnrnil ynaturdny nfuirnoon, aorvlcea boliig coiKliiclod at tbo Nlawongar undortuklng rooma by C. A. Hinltli, tbo now Mutliodlat mlnlator. A froo loci tiro will bo given nt tlis HntillNt chtiruh on Buiiduy evening nt 7:10 on (ho mihject or "300 nlghla In tho aliima or Chlcflgo," by l 'H. Cliapman. Tho public la Invited to iitu)nd. Is. u. llopHon returned from llnrnn Thuraday nnd apont the night hero, reglaUirlng at tho. llond Hotel. Frl dny Mr. Hopaon apenl the dny going over tho North CnnnI with W. Jjieolw, tho engineer now Itiroatlgatlng the project, Oordon Hoaondorf, who haa lion employed nt Tho Patloraou Drug Compiiny, hna been obllgod to give up hla (toaltlon on account or a aer loua nttack or hoart trouble. Hie place bua been tuken by J. II. God frey, or Calgury, AllmrU, 1110 I.NVKHT.MUNT IN W'ltUh. ubalantlal dovolopment ot the hotnoaluad country to tho aouthoaat contlnuca, and not only nr more nnd moro aottlora taking up residence upon their landa, bin the luveatment of onpltnl on tho homeateada la be coming Inrgcr each month. A striking oxamplo ot tho way tho homeatoadora are Inking hold of thing la furnlahod by tho purchaae hero laat wook of a lurge well out fit by John W. Illnok, who Iiiih a haimmtond 3 mllea hoiiIIi o, Hamil ton Ilutto. Tho well, when luatalled, will roiireaent nn outlay or at leant (1,000. and will bo tbo largest In that territory. Ita imwer la auppllod by a nix horaepowor gnaollne englno, which will iitiuip through n four Inch ptpo, and tho water will be used for irrigation. In competition with Portland nnd other mctro)Olltnn houaoa a local llrm, tho llond Hardware Company, wan able to mnko thla anlc. Indicat ing tho firm bold Uond haa upon tho trado of Ita tributary country. Anoth er homesteader who la well digging upon a large acale la Eugene Plnkua, of Iron Mountain; and there arc n great many moro who nro alnklng wells and Investing heavily In the now country they have chosen for their homes. DANCK NOTICK. Tbo Royal Neighbors of America wfll glvo a social dance next Tues day evening, May 12, In Bather's Hall. A good time la assured. Al lure tt a Orcutt, Hocorder. I -VJ"V- Jumper Tho 1IV.O-0 devclopa tho, bnby, nml ut llio uninc tlmo kUch lioure or dia- uro mil rent to tho puronta, Tho IIV-Cl-0 iiIIovvh tbo child to rent or oxoiflno, nnd when tli-od, iiiuIcn u comfortable went. HI2I3 TIIKM IN MY WINDOW. E. M. THOMPSON Bond, Oregon. ailtINO IN YOUlt WOHN OUT 1IUOWY W1IUIHA FOH 1 "r iu;.TiitiNO. W. J. Spront went lo La Pino Mon day to Investigate aomo planting ar ena thero nnd to attend to tho matter ol tho disposal or brush. A eon waa born tho latter part ot Match to Mr. and Mra. W. J. Walsh, formerly of llond, nt tholr present homo In Detroit, Mich. Miss I.ela Mcltay la now a mem ber of tho (lend Olco Club, singing second soprano. Thla now makes 12 mombera and on accompanist. The Fraternal llrothcrhood nro Is. suing Invitations for a card party to bo held Thuradny evening. Refresh ments will be served nt a charge or IS cents. C. W. Krnklno wont to Portland o, Frlduy, returning yesterday. HI mother, Mra. J. W. Brsklno or Yam- HUI. roiurnod with him and will make her homo hero. In Justice Hastes court on Friday was heard the suit or Columbia Neck woar Co. against J. W. Gouaher for eortaln morchnndlse sold tho defen dant. Tho Jury found for tho plain tiff In tho Bum or $3S nnd ordorod tho return or some or tho goods. II. K. Derrick, who wna formerly connected with tho Forest Sorvlco with headquarters at Ln Pine, pass ed through town Inst week on hla wny aouth to tnko up n homestead. Tho Frntornnl llrothorhood line Is sued Invitations to a "500" party thay are giving Thursday evening nt Sator'M Hull. Altor tho enrde thoro will bo dancing, and light refresh ments will bo served. The bnll gnmo Hunday hetweon llond nnd I.n Pine resulted In favor or tho visitors by a srore or S to 3. Among the I-a Pino people down for thjQ gnmo woro: Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Arnold, Cecil mid W. C. HolllnHhoad. d U llenson. W. K. llogue, J. O. Huffman, O. W. Haper. 1. W. Shultr, Mr. A. Hupor. C. V. Cnrmlchnel, O W. Iloguo, Geo. Lundburg, Carl Wlno nnd llortha Ulhmau. I'lHI.I) DAY AT ItKDMOND. On Friday, May IS, thero will be a Hold day and declamation contest at Itodmond. undor the auspices of the- Jntei-scholastlc Athletic & Decla matory Association of tho County, of which J II- Shouae, tho Demi school principal. Is tho president. Tho day will be devoted to athletic contest and declamation, and will bq partlcl- $oclnla. lodgoe. nnd parties oup pllod with Iceo renin on short notice at roasounblu rntes. Amorlcnu link ory. Adv. WMUUWVmUMHMMtVMHMHI HVMMMWM 1 ft WWWVV MMWHMMV I V I 4MHVHVHM VV ' WVVVWV1 5? St si ss ss ss ss ss ss Is n ss ss ss Kaysers Silk Wear Better, Fit Better and with each pnir a. Guar antee Ticket that the tips will out wear the gloves. Short 10c Long $1.00 FOR SALE BY Mannheimer's NEW ARRIVALS IN Children's Oxfords We have the popular one strap Oxford in Gun Metnl, Patent, Tun and White Nu- buek, sizes 2 to 5, priced ut 65c, $1.00, $1.15, and $1.35 Sizes 5 to 8 priced ut ... $1.25, $1.50 Sizes 8J to 11 J priced at... ,. $2:00 Sizes 12 to 2 priced nt $2.25 You'll -vyant one of these lat est arrivals in . Sun Shades Let us show you the New Bfl hnpe in the newest colors. Wc nlsonnvc u large nssortment'of Children's Pnrasols. The prices nre from. 35c to $3.75 LINWEAVE GUARANTEED WHITE GOODS in Stripes.fChecks, Ficruresfand Plain Lawns 1 and Voiles. Now i&ftiie time to buy your Linweave. Priced from 15c to 40c yd. TRADE AT Mannheimer' s 9" The Store for All the People.' pated In by representatives from many Crook county schools. CINIIKH IIAUMNO TO STAItT. Tho work of putting In n hopper at the cinder pit was finished early thla week and hauling will bo begun at once. The county road roller waa brought Into town last week and will be available for use whenever needed, being at present engaged on roads near town. Have you tried our coffco? Ameri can llakcry. Adv. y l tt v 1V1 KXI'lIHT SHOTS COMING. 1)111 mills and C. W. McKcan of Portland, representing the manufac turers of n well known brand of am munition nnd tiring arms, will glvo an exhibition shoot on tho Gun Club grounds on Hunday afternoon at 2:30. FOJR I Fruit Trees ski: F. O. MINOR OltKOON AND WAIib WOULD I.KASi: MKHS. John L. llaak of Portland and Ja-j son Moore ot New York are trying ln rMVIHIVMIilUil 1VH0V UUIfilllVl HUU Abart Ikos, In Iako county, from the state. One offer la of $2,000,000 for the lease, to bo paid out of the profits of the manufacture or salts proposed. Puro Ico Cream nt popular price. American Iiakery. Adv. I.n dies, tho Skuse Hnrdware Com pany have a complete line ot white cnamol wnre.Adv. A few hours nt a nlco classy, clean, up-to-date place especially prepared tor gontlomen. will remove all worry and troubles. Tho Motropolltan.-Adv Just recelvod a dandy line or can dles. Buch as chocolate dipped cara mels, chocolate almonds, chocolate oroflins put up In 5 and 10 cent car tons. This makes them perfectly sanitary, tree from dust and tiles. Tho Metropolitan. Adv. I WILL SELL Lots 1 , 2, 3, ' and 4 Block 16 of Kenwood At a Very Attractive Price SEE R. P. Minter :OUR: Soda Fountain IS NOW OPEN for the, season. We seve the famous WEATHERLY ICE CREAM from Portland and all the drinks found at an , up-to-date Soda Fountain. Call and give us a trial, If you try us once you'll :rts, ', n i tvssi come again. ; r r lau The OWL PHARMACY Men's Suits BLUE SERGE $12.50 to $20.00 Gray Wools and Worsteds $10.00 to $17.50 E. A. SATHER.