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GET YOUR FRUIT FOR CAN-
The Cash Grocer
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Mrs. E. A. Sathcr was ill on Sun
day. J oo Wornstaff returned to town on
t E. Hnrper, ot Paisley, spent
Tuesday In Ilend.
William It. Thorp of Tumalo was
In Bond Thursday.
A. D. Norton, of Mllllcan, has been
In on buslnoBs this week.
M. Eugonla Stoory of Sliver I.ako
was a visitor In Iioiul Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Elklns of Cres.
cont woro Sunday visitors In Ucnd.
Nf S. Benson of Hampton wno n
liuslness visitor In Rend last Satur
day. Claudo Mnnnholmor left Sunday
for Chicago whore ho will purchnso
a stock of fall goods.
Dr. E. H. Vnrtor nnd famllv. of
Modford, paseod through Ilond Mon
day enrouto to Tlio Dalles.
Olvo us n trial.
A now meat market.
Qllhort & Son. Adv
D. Tl. French, who graduated from
Itocd College, Portland, In Juno is
visiting his cousin, A. L. French.
Georgo A, Jones returned Saturday
morning from a brief business trip
which took him to Seattle and Salom.
Fred Sangfoldor, formerly n rcsl
dont of Hend, has rccontly becomo a
clerk at tho Honson hotel In Port
land. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clydo McKay left
Monday morning for an outing at
Spnrk's lake. They will bo gono n
J. Edward Larson Is distributing
handBomo thormomotors bearing nd
vcrtUomonts of tho Ilend Btunm
Mr. and Mrs. Itoss Farnhnm nro
recolvlng congratulations upon the
birth TuoHday morning of an olglit
Tho Rullotln hns rocolved a enpy
of tho Orogon Illuo Hook for 101G-
191G. Issued by lion W, Olcott, sec
retary of stnto.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward Larson
I rcturnod on Friday from Portlnnd,
' whero Mr. Larson attended tho Lnun-
G. P. Putnani went to tho San
Francisco Exposition Monday, ac
companying tho Oregon Naval Mil
itia on Its annual cruise
Tho latest Issue of the Oregon vot
er contains an nrtlcle entitled, "Gov
ernment Aid Is Fnimor's IIopo," by
Hoscoo Howard, ot Deschutes.
Harry Manlon left Sunday after
noon for his homestead south of La
Pine to help flght tho lire which
threatened tho buldlngd on tho claim.
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. P. Schneldtr, of
Illco Lake, Wisconsin, Bpent n fow
days In Ilend last wcok. Mr. and
Mrs. Schneider hnvo been touring tho
Two now sanitary drinking foun
tains have been ordered for tho depot
and nro expected to arrlvo this week
They will bo installed in tho waiting
A flro wob started In tho brush
near tho walk leading down to tho
Kenwood bridge Mondny nrtcrnoon
necessitating getting out tho hoso to
Dithcnn' and Gordon McKay aro
staying. lth the Mlssos llonson at
tho Mountain Crest Vlow ranch dur
ing tno absence or tnoir parenis on
their camping trip.
Qus Schroedor, of Silver Lnko,
spont Saturday In llond, returning
Sunday aftor tnklng In tlio Dan gamo
nt Prlnevlllo. Mr. Schrocdcr still
shows the effects of his rccont unto
E. M. Peck, of Hampton, who hns
spont tho past two mouths In" Port
land, roturncd on Friday. Mrs. Peck
camo from the homestead to meot
him and they loft for Hampton on
H. P. Pugsloy and family, former
ly of Evorott, arrived In Ilend Sun
day evening and will mnko tholr
homo In Kenwood. Mr. Pugsloy Is
a representative of n const tea nnd
James T. Chlnnock, of Salom, sup
erintendent of Water Division No. 1,
nnd membor ot tho Stnto Water
Hoard, arrived from Hums on Mon
dny, leaving yesterday morning for
Tho regular buslnoss mooting ot
tho Methodist. Ladles Aid will bo held
nt tho homo of Mrs. Ralph Spencer
next Wednosdny afternoon. All
mombors are requested to bo prosont
ns ofllcors for tho year will bo olect-
' Tho Sunday Oregonlan contained
an nrtlclo on Ooorgo E. Hardy, now
ly elected manager of tho Portland
Chamber of Commerce with pictures
of his family, including his son, Nor-
rls L. Hardy, who is now in nenu
for his health.
Just opened. A now mcut tnnrkot.
Glvo us n trial. Gilbert & Son. Adv
ncglnnlng August 1, 191G.
Near ltlgh School
ELI). LEVI A. I'UTEHHAUOH
of Argos, Ind. No.w working un-
dor tho direction of tho Mission
Board ot Oregon, ot tho Church
of tho llrothren.
Everybody Cordially Invltod.
are the things that are used all the
year round -that is, pood 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
Tin: store of quality-
Free Delivery Anywhere In City.
I The COZY I
l Restaurant ;
G C Horstman
Plans and Specifications
furnished free, estimates
Word has been received of tho
funeral In Los Angeles of Marshall
C. Hayes, Jr., who was killed In an
accident nt Grays Itlvor, Washington,
a Bhort tlmo ago. Mr. Hayes was
known in Ilend, hnvlng been In tho
K. P. Cecil cruising party In tho
Paulina forest In 1012.
Mr. nnd Mrs. M. E. Noble, Mr. onil
Mrs. F. J. Storm, Miss Mny Noblo
nnd G. C Noble, of Amarillo, Texas,
spont Sundnv In Ilend enrouto to tho
Yellowstone Park, Tlioy nio limiting
tho trip by automobile, nnd upon
their nrrlval In Ilond, Saturday night
tlioy had traveled more than 2.S00
miles. Tho party will return to Tex
as via Salt Lako and Denver.
Jack Johnson has returned from
Fletclior Edwards has been In
town this week.
M. W. Knickerbocker of Gist was
In town yesterday.
II. J. Overturf was In Prlnovlllo on
"Undo" Frnnk Nichols was up
from Tumnlo on Friday.
Mrs. McLaurln returned Wednes
day night fpom Portlnnd.
Mr. nnd Mrs. O. M. Patterson ro
turncd to town last week.
John Cunningham of Tumnlo, was
In town on business Friday.
J. n. Miner and a party of friends
went over to tho Motollus on Sunday.
Hoscoo Howard and C. M. Ucdflcld
woro up from Deschutes yesterday.
D. L. McKay camo In from Port
lnnd Sunday, returning on Monday
F, iL. Shaw, of Sisters, was over on
Friday with n subscription list for
tho Sisters fair.
Pearl Lyncs was In from tho flab
ponds on tho Tumnlo Monday nnd
C. E. Shepherd end Norman Hupp,
of tho Huron Tlnibor Co., woro horo
on business last week.
Tho Ilond boy scouts nro planning
a 10 day camping trip at Spring Itlvor
leaving llond on August 9.
A party Including II, W. Skuso, H.
Latham and Jack Stanley avob out
hunting sago hens yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Allen wont to
Deschutes yesterday afternoon, Mr.
Allen hnvlng business to nttend to
Tho local Forest odlco hns rccolv-
od notification of nn lncrcnso In pay
granted to Forest Assistant W. J.
L. Wlcklor and Horb Angoll, horso
buyors ot Prlnovlllo, woro In Ilend on
Tuesday. They left for Hcdmond this
Mr. and Mrs. A, J, Kroenort, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Urostorhous nnd Har
rison. Latham spont Sunday on tho
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. C. Ellis nnd their
guests, Mrs. E. M. Goodsoll nnd Miss
Mnudo Smith, Bpent Sunday on tho
D. E. Htintor loft on Saturday for
a business trip to Portlnnd and Seat
tle Ho Is oxpectod back tomorrow
Ah unusually henvy shower for
this tlmo of year occurred thlo morn
lng,ir. Inches of rqln falling Ip less
Mrs. F. Cross hns bought tho Ore
gon hotel from Mrs. Wells who pur
chased It from Sam McMurtrlo sov
ohil weeks ngo,
Itov. II. C. Hnrtrnnft roturnod laBt
night from Eugono whoro ho hns
boon attending tho annual meeting
of tho Prosbytorlan Synod.
Mrs. Edwnrd Frnunfoldor nnd son
of St Louis, Mo., visited Mrs. Ilonry
Whltsott ovor tho week end, Hoinco
Ilclkunp bringing tliein ovor from
Word has boon rccolvod that Miss
A. D Spalding's mother dlod on Sat
urdnv. Mist Spaldlnx wont to Grants
I'iihh to bo with hor mother two
i A roacort will be glvon bv tho
Ilend Imtid beginning at sovon o'clock
shnrp, Friday evening on tho stand
on tho'Iawn lu tho rear of tho ulllco
of Tho Ilopd Company.
A representative of tho District
Forost otllco In Portlnnd Is expected
lu on Saturday to mnko n tour of tho
DeBchutes forost lu connection with
tho publicity work of tho ofllce.
Mr and Mrs. A M. Cronln, who
niado tho trip to Crater Laku with
Mr nnd Mrs. II. W. Skuso last wook,
have returned to Portland. Tholr
son Ambrose will visit with tho
Skuscs for a fow weeks.
A full moon, hugo bonflro nnd nn
olabornto lunch contributed to mnko
n picnic party hold on the banks of
tho river Mondny evening on enjoy-
able affair. Twonty pooplo mado up
tho party who enjoyed n woll pro-
parod picnic dinner after which tlioy
ronstod welnors and toasted marsh
mallows by tho flro.
Uso Deschutes Spray Flour. Whit
er and hotter than over. For salo by
Tho New Ilond Flour Mill Co. Adv.
TO FURNISH THE HOME
-j Headquarters for
FINE FURNITURE, PIANOS.
Century Edition 10c Sheet, Music.
RUGS and CARPETS
EL M. THOMPSON
The Furniture Man
SAY DO YOU KNOW
Gilbert & Son
IJAVU ADDliD A NUW STOCK OP
TO THEIR. LINE 6p MEATS?
Bedrock Prices aad Courteous Treatment Is Our Watchword.
f OIvc Us Trial.
3 HOSIERY SPECIALS:
Ladia ' Black Silk Lhlc Hose, double foot, O C
extra good wearing, at &DC
LADIES' FIBRE SILK HOSE, at en
the pair JVC
LATHES' PURE SILK PHOENIX HOSE,
the best hose on the market at the price, "7C
at the pair DC
Ladies' Crepe Sltp.Ovcr Gowns, $1.25 QC
Values at , , yDC
Children's Muslin Slip-Over Gowns, at C)
per garment DUC
Sheets for Hotel or Family use, size CC
76X90, beaoy quality, at DDC
Extra Heavy 6-inch Hair Boa Ribbon, at n C
per yard '. . . -JC
New Fall Lines blankets, Outings, Eden Cloth,
Comforter 3)atts, just received.
Stop and Shop at
THE STORE THAT MAKES CCOD.
J. F. Popo, manager fo tho Pioneer
Tologrnph nnd Tolephono Co., enmo
ovor from Prlnovlllo yostordny on,
business. Mr. Popo reports that tho
demand for now telephones In ilend
Is still In excess of tho supply.
The rosldonco of W. G. Wnugh In
tho Grango hall neighborhood was
destroyed by lire on Thursday morn
ing. Mr. Wnugh was In Ilend at tho I
tlmo nnd his wlfo and son nut In tho
Holds. Tho cause of tho lire Is not
Mrs. E. M. Gondsell nnd Mlsn
Smith, who hnvo bcou visiting Mr.
nnd Mrs. II. C. Ellis, left on Monday
for tholr homo In tho oast, They aro
going by way of tho Canndlan Pncldu
linking n stop In Astorln to visit
friouds on tho way.
OF ALL KINDS
GOLDEN SJATE MASON
.With Wide Mouth
Also Rubbers, Lids and Clumps for all
the above makes. I'ltntwitx, and the
NEW STYLE MASON CAPS.
See our window display of jars.
E. A. Sat her
NOW THAT t'lir.Ki:UVIn TIME 18 IIEKH
EVEItY HOUSEWIFE WIW WANT HOME
FItUIT JAItS, THAT IS, i()OI Fill IT JAItS.
WE BKUh THE ECONOMY AND MASON
URANUS, WHICH ARE CONSIDERED TO
J1E THE MOST PRACTICAL, AS WEI.Ii Art
THE CHEAPEST, IN THE UON(l RI'N.
REST JEMA flliAHSEH ON THE MARKET.
SKUSE HARDWARE CO.1