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LOCAL NEWS ITEA1S
f Mr. O'Kniio entertained nt f.OO
Tim Hkimo residence In being run
Ted Hockor was up tram Laldlaw
' Jntucn Rynn lit In Portland on a
Mm. Powelson returned from Port
! Mn. Forbes gave a dinner party
y- T. K. J. Duffy, ofPrlnevllle, wni
.lioro over Hunday,
W. Ilonsltiy of tho Ttimnlo Pro
ject wrh hero Uuturdny.
Miss Lotilsn HnlvorHon returned
from Hood lllvor Sunday,
JCd Itourk of (Jnmoniit enmo down
In Dr. Cou'h mir Hmidiiy.
Corn HntlKir mid Mm. Morton linvo
returned from I'ortlnnd.
Tlio Hudson fniiilly wont to Kin
mutli KallM ovor tlin wuuk end.
K. 0, Hudson of Prluovlllo wnn rog-
iNtorod nt thu Ilend on Saturday.
J. E. Kugohretsuii wan down from
IiIh numb nt l.n Pino on Monduy.
Wool union will bo hold at Huntu
Forry uinl Madras on Hoturdiiy.
A. T, Shaver, tho Hampton woll
driller, lina been In town till week.
A. L. French returned ycitnrday
from a two wookn trip to Portland.
J, II. Ilnnor wnn ovor from Prlno
vlllti on Hnturday nnd again on Mon
Perry 0, Houth from Crescent wnn
rKlstvrcd nt tho Wright on Thurs
Knrl Kullnr of Hampton was In
town on Monduy, registered at tho
Hnturday night tho Subscription
Dnnolnic Club hold a dauco nt Hath
Chlnf of Pollen Robert linn com
menrod collecting dog llconso money
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Mm. Mcintosh Is In Itodmond thli
week on business.
J, N, It. Clerking waa In town from
County CnnitnUlonur llnyloy wan
in town on Monday,
Miss Eleanor Wotmoro of Prlno
vlllo has boon visiting at tho Lewis
K, K. Varoo wni In town from
Rrolhors on Monday,
Mm. Andrus or KlKln, HI., In visit
ing Miss Null Mnrkol.
J, W, Monro of Itodmond wan lioro
playing tunnln Hunday.
Carl II. Hatch ha been appointed
pout master at Laldlaw.
Mr. and Mm. Ruscoo Howard enmo
up to tho danco Hnturdny nlKlit from
P. II. Johnson, tho Mllllcan store
keeper, waa registered nt tbo Wright
Tho roof on tho now Wennndy
garago In flnlihod and a cement floor
It being laid.
Deputy I.ahor Commlulonor Wil
liam A. Dalzlol wuh Impeding loon I
plant Inst week. '
Tho Itoyal Neighbors will give a
aoolal dauoo nt Bather's Hall noxt
15. I,. Clark and Carl Wlio of La
Pino worn renlilcrod at thu Pilot
Hulta an Hunday.
Maurlco Caahman wont to Croiccnt
on Friday to atari reildoncu on n
A. M. Mooro haa comn In from hla
homeiload In thu Whltakur volley to
upend thn iiimmor.
Just as a certain dress
maker's name may suggest
satisfactorily made garments
to you, so the name "Puritan"
means beautiful, well-fitting,
Well-wearing lingerie to all
who have ever worn undcr
muslins bearing the Puritan
We have Puritan garments
for women, misses and Chil
dren and the line comprises
corset covers, princess slips,
skirts, draivci t, combination
suits and gowns. -
. Prices are no higher than
you are accustomed to pay.
A Puritan hanger on every
H M. Smith Clothing Co.
LEARN THE WAY.
T. 1J. Foloy mndo rt trip on Hntur
dny U) Cllno Fnlln, Itodmond nnd Dun
chute In tho car which ho recently
hoiiKht from H. V, Oroono.
Tho Hnptlnt Woman t Mixtion Cir
cle incatn with Mm. A. M. Klmhroll
In iLytlo Tlmmdny afternoon at 2:30.
Tho aiibjuct will ho "Chlnn."
W. It. Purkhlll, of tho Reclamation
Hurvey. wnn In town on Monday iriil-
tlnjf eriullimenl for n nurvoy cainp to
bo uHlnbllnhcd below Lnldlaw.
Mm. Molntoih and Minn William
nnent Hnturdny In Itedmond. During
their nhrtonco Mm. Morohouno cared
for tho Mclntouli millinery atoro here.
H. K. It u fTo, OcorKC Aten and Mm.
Mnry Ilcnn wore In town today from
their bomc4tcidK. Mr. Fluffe wlbhou
to rent or buy a one-man atuiriu ntil
lor. ' '' ' .
Mm. Ada D, Mllllcan atar'ted for
Cblcaito yesterday, but after rcrich
InK Mend waa taken III and waa oblig
ed to return to her home to tho nouth
Howard Oerrlah, vb6 It employed
nt Hhuoy'a atore, haa been nick thli
week. During hla abnoncn from tho
atoro, Fred Lucas ban been driving
Matt Clark, formerly right of way
man for tho Oregon Trunk, In active
ly engoffod. ,in buying up Umber
c alma In various parts of tho adja
Italph Spencer, of Tho Hullelln,
left Thursday with bis fnmlly for a
week's camping trip up Uie river.
During his absence Harry Wyso baa
been helping In Uio shop.
The Largest Insurance
Agency m Centra! Ore.
"It's tho way wo write our 'policies."
Our policies pay 100 cents on tho dollar.
Wo have over 400 satisfied policy holders.
Tho largest insurers in Crook County are
our leading customers
Bend Insurance Agency
First, National Bank Building Bend, Oro.
POLICH'.H THAT PltOTUCT.
II. A. Hlford nnd O. L. Ooodelle
of Portland wuro registered at tho
Allamonl last week.
Tho marriage of J. a Ithodes to
Miss Kllen Fleming at Monroe, Wash
ington, occurs today.
Miss Kmlly Scbrcdor returned last
woek and haa gono to her father's
homestead near Holyat.
Honalrs have been mndo In tho
sample room at tho Wright Hotel
recently damaged by flro.
11. II. Pnlmer of tho Itedmond
8pokeamnn wnn In town on Thursday
registered nt tho Pilot Ilutto.
Wednesday night Mm. Putnam en
tertained at n Or(entnl fancy costumo
party and dnnco at her homo.
County Commissioners Drown ami
llnyloy were hero this morning, leav
ing for Prioovlllo after noon.
Tho Pioneer Phone Company Is In
stalling a new lino of poles toward
.Deschutes addlUon and. soon, will put
In new phones In that dlsiiict: .In
cluding ono at" Chief Robert's real-
A recent Issue of the Pacific Sema
phore tho publication of the JIarrl
man railroad employees, contains ex
tensive extracta from a speech de
livered some months ago by C 8.
J. J. Adams, the contractor who
was hero last year, died In Portland
Sunday. PracUcally alnco leaving
Ilend Mr. Adama had suffered from
hoart trouble, bolng confined In a
Portland hospital for several months.
Ho Is survived by his wlfo nnd little
P. W. Jonca of Fort Atkinson. Win.
arrived In town on Baturdoy to visit
K. F. Greene.
Mm, Floyd Dement, who went to
Portland a few weeks ago for an op
eration, Is reported as doing well.
warm vv ea
IN PINK, J1I.UK. TAN, 1 1 LACK AND TiAVBNDKH HTIHPKfl
JUST TIIK TI1INO FOIt THAT COOL HUMMKIl MtKHH.
I'HICKD AT is CH.NT8 PEU TAHD
LINWEAVE WHITE GOODS-
TIIK tiVAtetfffKEl) WHiTK OOODS FItO.M
, m CK.NT8 to -10 CKNT8 I'KR YAItD
LIS LI : VK8T8 'ItO.I o CENTS U BO CKNT8
I.INI.K UNION 8UIT8 FKOM 'M CKNT8 TO f2.no
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
'1 05 CENTS TO I JSQ
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
OXFOItlWIN TAN GUN METAk PATENT LEATHKIt
WHITE NUIIUCK WHITE CANVAS SUEDE ... .
4 .FnOil $2-20 TO H.OO
TO .MY FItlKNDH IN 11KNI).
At the Commercial Club meeting
on Hnturdny I shall servo a special
luncheon and I ahall have an Import
ant announcement to mako to my
friends In Ilend. I hope that they
will nil bo present.
MRS. NELLIE WRIGHT-GIIMI.
Mm. A. M. Larn is In town, having
arrived from Tncomn Monduy morn
ing and probably will remain here.
For YOUR Outing
HxlO H (). Wall Tent. ... x,x, ,.... . 7.nt)
DJixlii 8 O. Wnll Tent $0,23
J2xll 10 Ox, Wnll Tent ,.. $15.00
12x1010 Oz. Wnll Tent ..,...,,. ', .... , t . ..,? 17.00
7x 7 8 (). Wcdgo Tent .,..",,, $1.25
7x I) 8 Oz. Wedge Tet ' , , ., , ., $n,oo
Oxll 10 Oz. lied Sheet , , ... , . , !. , ,j,fw,00
ROSE (J1TY AND APPKLT8 Water RnSmall Hlzo
75 Centnj Jmtko 8lzo 80 Cvnta Kachfc
Hlieet Iron Camp Stove, ! Holb wltii o'ven. $), , , 091,75
Heavy Double il Ciunp Itlnnket .-.'; ,", ,$2.00
O. W. Rnper. II. W. Huton. A. W.
Hall and Harry Riley wcro In town
from La Pine on business yestorday.
L. D. Wlest has beetrappolnted ad
ministrator of tbo White estato. re
placing A. C, Luons, who disappeared.
Again, tho third and wo hope tho
last tlmo, wo havo tho services of n
shoo shining nrtlst, Mr. Ed Walker
arrived Monday morning from Se
attle. Ilrlng your shoes, with or
without feet. Opon Sunday fore
noons, baths, candy, tobaoeo, shines,
etc. Tho Metropolitan. Adv.
NOTICE TO ODD FELLOWS.
Tho work of the 3rd degree will bo
put ou at the noxt meeting, on Mon
day night. Refreshments will be
served. All visiting brothers are In
vited to attend.
A special luncheon and a special
announcement at tho Commercial
Club, Wr'ght Hotel, Saturday. Every
A heavy thunderstorm passed ovor
town on Jdondnyuavenlng, slightly
ovor a tenth of nnrllnch of rain fall-liiB-
F. N. Roy enmo into toMfn on Sat
urday from thu'roait work at Huck
horn Canyon. Ho expeotH to return
W. S. Henderson, n homesteador,
was hero Monday purchasing lumber
to bo hauled 100 miles to tho south
Lot Wyso do your cleaning. Adv.
CALL FOR IIID8.
Soaletl bids will bo received at La
Pino for School District No. 43. for
me uuuuing or a imsement aiid fur
nishing material for same Tho base
ment to bo built of stono. Rids must
be In beforo 12 o'clock noon July 2,
1914. Tho school board reserves
tho right to reject any and nil bids
Plans and spcclilcatlona may bo scon
at La Pino. C. V. Carmlchael. 13-lGc
LIRRARY CLUI1 .MEETINO.
Tbo quarterly meeting of tho La
dles Library Club will be held at tho
library rooms on Juno 23. At this
time reports will be received from tho
ladies who have been earning money
for tho library. Tea will bo served
and It Is hoped that all the ladles who
aro Interested In the work of tho
club will bo present.
FOR RENT Two room suites fur
nished for light house keeping.'
Honklo & Ryan. 12tf Adv.
GIFTS TO LIRRARY.
Tho Public Library has recently
received gifts of the following books:
"Preolous Waters," Chlsholm, from
Mm. J. h. Ryan; "The Call of the
Wild." London, from Mrs. McKee;
"The Fortuno 8ceker," Southworth.
from Flora Deaton; "Champion."
from Mm. Furat; "Dry Land Farm
ing." Shaw, from J. II. Corbett.
TICNIO ON SUNDAY.
Tho Fraternal Brotherhood will
hold a p'cnlc with fishing up rJvor
on Sunday. Two auto .trucks will
tcko the party to tbotplenjc grounds,
leaving from In front -or Bother's
store at soven o'clock; The fare for
gentlemen Is J1.00.
Ladles, tho Skuso Hardware Com
pany havo a completers line o
whlto enamel waro. Adv.
MUSICAL RECITAL FRIDAY.
Miss Eva Graves' Pnmi.ni.ni.1
Music Training School will civ n
cxtenslvo music story program at
Bather's Hall Friday evening at 8
o'clock, when dlnlomns wlll..Kn -.re
sented to the four pupils Who have
completed the twenty weeks course
It Will be an Invitation nff&Ir. The,
graduating clasa la comprised of
Jeanetto Keycs. Mildred Klein, Ida
Mswonger, and Gladys Sather. An
elabornto nnd attractive program will
Don't Lose Sleep Coughing at Night.
Take Foley's Honey and Tar Com
pound. It glides down vmir thmnr
and spreads a healing, soothing coat
ing over the Inflamed tickling sur
face. Thata Immediate roller. It
loosens up tho tightness in your
chest, stops stuffy wheezy- breathing,
eases distressing, rnpklng, tearing
coughs. Children love ft. Refuse
any substitutes. Contains no opiates.
Adv. Patterson Druir Co
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E. A. SATHER.
V John Dubula has moved his ofllco
Into the old I). I. P. building on Ohio
street, now tho nronorty of D. M.
iieuKio uyun soiu ono or inoir
automobiles to A. T. Shaver, who
lives In tho southeast homestoad
' Edwin P. Inglo. representative of
Tho Southern Pacific, Ib In town to
day in tho Interests of tho Sunsot
. Tho trnlnvMondayJnlRht-ne defa'y
od bocnuso qf a washout and did not
roach Ilend until flvo o'clock Tues
Dr, A. A. Soulb and 0 party of
friends from Klamath Falls, passed
through town yesterday on their
to Warm Springs,
A. L. Hunter and family have gono
to Ashland, whence, after a brief
visit, ho willtqo Rodlands, Calif.,
to nmko hla homo,
P. 0. Garrison's mother was horo
InBt week, but was callod away be
cause of an accident that occured to
nor huBinnd In Portland,
Lot "vYyae do your cleaning. Ad,
; 1 at i) ( ;
Get Wlso, Let Wyso do it. Adv
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