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TIIK REND Rt'LLKTIN, RKNI), ORE., WEDNESDAY, MAV20, 1015.
WHEN YOU BUY
YOU WANT THE BEST.
At our store you will bo able to get
the best there is if it is in Bend. Buy
your Groceries at the Corner Store.
The Cash Grocer
are the things that are used nil the
year round that is, good groceries.
Try ours and you will he getting
the first quality kind. Vegetables,
fruits and delicacies are always in
season and our store can supply all
your needs in this line at right prices
, S. C. CALDWELL wnK,"SS
THE STORK OP QUALITY
Kreo Dcjfvcry Anywlicro In City.
ORKGOX TRUNK TRAIN
Arrives 8 a. m.
Loaves 8:30 p.m. --
O..W. R. & N. TRAIN.
- Arrives 7:45 p. m.
' Leaves 7:25 a. m.
STAGE LIXE SOUTH.
Arrives 7:30 p. in.
Loaves 10 a. m. -
- Cars dally to Hums and points
south and southeast.
General delivery open dally
3:15 a. m. to C p. in. -
No mall distributed on Sunday.
Night train mall closes 7 p. in.
Day train mall closes G:30 a. ni. -
Western Union dolly 7-12,1-C,
7-10. Sunday 8-10. 4-0.
t- Pioneer Co., twonty.-four hour
sorvlce, Including Sunday.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
a. W. Snyder was up from Tumalo
Floyd Crowder enmq up from Tum
alo yesterday. " '
Frank Hern Is now woriflhg at
John Cunningham was up from
R. Z. Davis .of Gist, washero on
buslnrss Saturday, t
J. C. Sllvls of Tumalo was here on
Ed Kennard of Slstors spent the
week end at the Ilend.
Mrs. S. C. Yancey, of Prlnevlllo,
was over on Saturday.
F, V, Swisher of Tumalo, was
here on business Friday.
Mrs. H. Meyer of Imporlal spent
the week end at the Wright.
C. V. Silvia has been laid up the
past week with rhoumatlsm.
II. W. Grant, of Redmond, was reg
istered at tlio Ilond on Friday.
J. H. Lako of Redmond spent Mon
day visiting with friends horo.
A numbor of pcoplo went ovor to
tho Metollus to fish on Sunday.
A patent has been Issued Roy M.
Vlnyuril for a feed mechanism.
G. W. Horner and Judgo Thorp of
Tumalo wcro In town yestorday.
About 40 pcoplo from Rend nttond
od tho danco at Tumalo on Friday.
A. 10. Edwards has tho contract to
paint tho roof of tho Huh hatchery.
Chnilos E. Short arrived In town
F, D. Jones went to Portland on
Sunday night, roturnlug this morn
John-E. Ryan rotumed last night
from a business trip to Klamath
Tho I'aronttTeacher Association
play ground In Kenwood Is being pre
pared. i .
R. N. Polndoxter cnmo.Qycr from.
PrVcvllle on Sunday tovVlsitv-witn
Vornon A. Forbes wont to Albany
on business Saturday, returning yes
Mrs. E. J. Ollvo of Dupont, Wash
ington, arrived horo last week to
make her homo.
John 0. Kllpack. of tho Orogon
Hoys and Girls Aid Socloty was In
Floyd Rowoll came ovor from
Prlnovlllo Friday afternoon to ioko
Mrs. Prlsco back.
Rov. II. C. Hartranft plans' to give
an Illustrated lecture on Moxlco on
Sunday, Juno 13.
Special, June 1 -4
DIAMOND W BRAND BAKING POWDER in
1-11. to 5-lb. lot. The cheapest and belt bakiatf powder on
the market. Al.o CORN STARCH at 5c per package,
T. R. McCIincy, The Accommodating Grocer
A. T. Shaver earths In from Hamp
ton on Snturdny to attend to somo
Manager Anderson of tho Tuiu-a-Luin
Lumber Co., of Redmond was
hero on Saturday.
Mrs. F. E. Dick has been confined
to tho house on account of Illness
during tho past week.
A danco for tho benefit of the Tum
alo ball team will bo given nt Tum
alo on Friday, Juno 4.
, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gray and family
of l'rlnevllle rpent Sunday with Mr.
nnd Mrs. Henry WhltBett.
Vernon Elder, who hnd been sick
with bronchopneumonia for tho past
weak, Is now doing nicely.
John Sather will visit tho Sail
Francisco fair with tho O. A. C.
band of which ho Is a member.
II. A. Wllklns, traveling auditor
of the Stato Industrial Accident Com
mlBblon, was In town Tuesday.
Miss Magglo Anno loft last week
for Scattlo where she will visit with
relatives for tho next two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Chuuncoy neckor and
Ted lleckor of Tumalo woro among
tho Tumalo visitors hero Sunday.
T A Tntitaa rntinrla flirt anlri nf
lots In Aubroy Heights to Georgo W.
uaicB, uoueri nines ana joo nines.
M. F. Hawthorno, who has been
spending tho wlater In Oakland, Cali
fornia, returned to town Saturaay.
John Dubuls, Inspector for tho
Desert iLand Hoard, arrived In town
Monday morning on his way to Tum
G. Ed Ross, formerly chief clerk
on the Tumalo project, Is now an au
ditor In tho stato highway dopart
munt. Norval Springer rotumed Tuesday
from Vaughn, Washington, whoro ho
has' b'e'ou. living for tho past few
N. II: 'Elliott, A. W. Denton, R. A.
McCdy, Robert McCoy and W. R.
Davidson camo up from Torrobonno
Tho A. L. French Cubs will play
a local Prlnovlllo nlno on tho ball
grounds on Ilond street, Saturday af
tornoon at 2:30.
A danco will bo given at tho Em
blem Club Friday night In honor of
tho teachers of tho high school and
the Reld school.
Miss Angollno Young, who has
boon teaching In Wasco for tho past
year, returned hero to spend tho
summer oo Sunday.
County Commissioner II. J. Over
turf and D. M. Davis attended tho
luncheon of tho Redmond Commer
cial Club on Monday.
Ed Crabtrco, nn old pioneer of
Rend, who has been away for the last
fow years returned to HVo hero with
his family last wcok.
Lewis M. Ellis, of Ann Arbor,
Mich., Is In town Investigating tho
possibilities of olectro-chomlcal de
velopment In this section.
X. 13. Gilbert rofifrnod yesterday
moinlug from Portland whoro ho had
been on buslnpss .connected with tho
storo ho will jipon h'erS soon.
Tho A. L. French Cubs will glvo
a danco nt Sathor's Hall on Saturday
night at nlno p'clock. Everybody Is
welcome. Admission 75 cents.
A. E. Edwards returned on Satur
day from n fishing trip to Crauo
Prnlrlo. Ho brought back ono trout
22 Inches long and two 18 Inches.
Mrs. T. II. Foloy and hor two
youngest children loft for Portland
SundayViwhoro sho was cnlled by the
serious Illness or hor grand mothoi,
Pnul V. Eamea wont to Salom and
Portland on business on Thursday,
returning yestorday morning, Last
night ho left on his return to Minne
apolis. Clydo McKay went to Portland on
Friday night to represent tho local
lodgo of Masons at tho funeral of A.
C. Nlchol and on other business. Ho
M. A. Palmor and J. II, Engobret-
son returned Sunday morning from
Newport, whoro thoy attendod tho
session or tho grand lodge or Odd
Fellows last week. Mr. Etngobretson
was honored at tho meeting by the
solectlon as grand guardian.
Tho A. L. French Cubs wero de
feated twlco Inst week. On Saturday
a Prlnevlllo nlno took a closely con
tested gnmo from them bj n 4-2
score, nnd Tumalo repeated tho per
formance on Sunday with ait 8-C
A forest and field clerk ovnminn-
tlon will bo held In llend on Juno 11)
to fill vacancies as thoy may occur
In the Forest and Reclamation Ser
vices. Information concerning tho
examination may be hnd of C. F.
Long nt tho Forest olllce.
Miss Ncllla llolnnd. who has ns-
slstcd Mrs. Mcintosh In her millinery
shop for tho past fow months, leaves
for Portland Sunday morning. Miss
Poland will stay In Portland over tho
Rose Festlvnl and then visit tho fair
In San Francisco, Inter going on to
Los Angeles to spend tho summer
with hor brother.
urs. i.owo & Turner tho well
MEvknown ovo BticclallRtii nf Pnrt.
'Elands will bo In Ilend Timmlnv
nnd Wednpmlnv. Jnnn 1. 0. Pmtatilt
them at Thorson's Jewelry storo Ad
A Wonderful Collection of
can be found at this store.
liny" your seed oats at tho New
Demi Flour Mill Co. Adv.
Uso Deschutes Spray. Whiter and
better than ovor. Adv.
Mnko us a right price on your land
or city property and we can do tho
rest. Loverott & Flsch, Rend, Oro
Rlblo school 10 n. in. Preaching
sorvlco 11 o'clock. Rov. A. L. Walk
er of Alfalfa, will preach both morn
ing and ovonlng. Preaching service
8 p. in. Prayer meeting Wednesday
evening 8 o'clock.
Memorial Day services befitting tho
celebration of this mast sacred of all
our national holidays will bo hold on
noxt Sunday morning In tho Prcsby
torlnn church nt elovon o'clock. The
gonornl public Is cordially Invited nnd
a special Invitation Is oxtonded to alt
Grand Army Votornns and their oous.
Tho choir will render special music,
aultablo for tho occasion nnd tho ser
mon will bo preached by tho pastor,
Rov. Hi C. Hartrnnft.
Uny your seed onts nt tho Now
Ilond Flour Mill Co. Adv.
RAHK HALL DANCE.
Thcro will bo a danco given in tho
now hall at Tumalo on Friday even
ing, Juno 4 for the benefit of the
baseball club. Refreshments will bo
served. Music by Mrs. MncLaurln
and Joo McKay. Tho peoplo aro In
vited to attend this danco. Tho bnso
ball club will look nftor and tako caro
of tho crowd.
Adv. I1Y CLUI1 MEM11EHS,
For sign painting sco Edwards.
Lots closo In $fi0 to $125, Easy
Payments. J, A. Kastcs. Adv.
INFANTS' DRESSES-.it large collection
to choose from. Priced from
50c to $1.50
INFANTS' SHOESin pntent leather,
white calf, tan and kid leathers.
Priced from 25c to $1.50
INFANTS' BANDS, VESTS, STORK
PANTS, UOOTEES, RIBS.
SPECIAL OFFERING OF
Values to 25 c & 35 c
CHILDREN'S PAKASOLS Exceptional
Values at 50c
Ladies' Khaki Riding Skirls
For Riding and Fishing, priced at
Stop -and Shop at
Infection In tho Air.
' Medical authorities agreo that
colds aro infectious. In some cltloc
children with colds nro barrod Stum
sc'iot.lh. fiprlng's changing wonUinr
I rliis many colds. Tho Tibjoit and
safest way to stop colds, coughs and
ttoup Is to glvo Foley's Hone and
Tar Compound. Patterson Dr ig C.i.
For sign painting seo Edwards.
Lots close in JOO to $125. Easy
Payments. J, A. Eastes. Adv.
A Dainty Salad is
one of the many good
things on the
LUNCHEON MENU J
i at the J
I RESTAURANT J
Try the New
On MinnctoU St.
J. At. JACOBS, Prop,
FULL SPEED AHEAD
THE GREATEST FItlMTS OF THE PRESENT OPPOR
TUNITY WILL GO TO THE ONES WHO ARE IIKHT
PREPARED. IIL'INO THE OLDEST ESTA1II.JHIIEI)
RESTAURANT IN THE CITY, GOING ON OUR SIXTH
ANNIVERSARY, IN Ol'R PRIJSK.NT LOCATION, 1VU
FEEL THAT WE KNOW THE DEMANDS OF THE POP
ULACE AND ARE PREPARED TO HANDLE THE REST
OF TRADE AT ALL TIMES. WE AIM TO GIVE GOOD
SERVICE, IN FACT, A LITTLE IIETTER THAN. OUR
PRICES JUSTIFY. WE THANK YOU FOR PAST PAT
RONAGE AND WILL APPRECIATE A CONTINUANCE
OF THE SAME. AFTER DATE WE WILL ADD TO OUR
PRESENT A LA CARTE SERVICE A DAINTY COMIII
NATION IIREAKFAST RILL OF FARE ALSO MERCH
ANTS QUICK LUNCHEON AT NOON.
YOURS FOR IIUSINES8,
The Cozy Restaurant
"Cutting the Cost
JThe good business woman runs her homo, as tho good business
'rnTin runs his store. The keynote of success Is right buying.
Make jour cash produce for you. Compare our prices and see
what your cash saves 'for you. For example 2 cans Dutch
Cleaner for 15 cents; 3 packages corn 'Hakes for 25 cents; 3
packages Jello, 25 cents. These aro Just a fow of our
hundreds of well known standard products which we sell
for'less. Try'b'uylng from us and cjunt your savings.
W.' C. McCUISTON
ALL KINDS OP
MRS. A. P. BALLARD, the Dr.i. M.lr. ! now with Mr.
Mclniotk nj 1$ ready to tike orJtta (ot all kind of
PLAIN ANtf FANCY
CENTRAL OREGON'S FnE- WFB- accidknt,
... TrT.TLw . PLATE GLASS. AUTOMO-
Leadlng INSURANCE Agency rile, surety honih.
City and Farm Property
AUBREY) Lots $150 to $350
HEIGHTS TERMS: $5 Cash and
IRRIGATED UND.S A SPECIALTY
J. A. EASTES
Offtce ou Oregon Street
1JKND,. j.j OREGON
If you need a new pair of
drop into our store the next opportun
ity you get ,in(l S(:tJ our new model
DIAMOND BRAND SHOE. It is
worn by all good dressers in the bijj
eities, and besides being stylish it is
comfortable and an excellent wearer.
Our 94.00 WORK SHOE is made of
the best solid leather that the l'eteis
people can obtain, and will last wheie
other shoes will not.
E. A, Sather
Agents forvStandard Patterns
BEND. OREGON. ., . .