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WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR.
To be sure of a full line of School
Supplies CALL ON US.
PATTERSON DRUG CO.
The Kae Store
The Most of tho Deal for the Leost
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
J. II. Wonandy la In town this
M. A. Lynch was up from Redmond
William i RIloy of La rino spent
Thursday In Uontl.
W. K. McCormlck of Silver Lako
was In Hcnd Sunday.
Harry Wyso was In Ilcnd Sunday
from bis homestead.
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Firestone were
Send visitors Friday.
Hugh O'Knno loft Friday on n bus
iness trip to Portland.
Waldcmnr Chrlstcnson Bpont a few
hours In llend Sunday.
Clydo McKay left on Thursday on
a trip Into tho mountains.
Klsworth Durand of Deschutes was
a visitor In llend Friday.
II. 55. Davis of Gist was a IiiibIiicss
visitor In llord Thursday. ,
Mrs. V. A. Forbes is In I'rlncvlllo
with .Mr. Forbes this week.
L. Nichols, n stockman of Frlno
vlllo, wr.s In Itoml Thursday.
Lou I'ltlllnm of Tumalo was a
llend business visitor Tuesday.
Horn, Frhlny, to Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Uoguc, of La Pino, a son.
C. .L. Henson of La Pino was a
business caller In Hcnd Friday.
This you can do by pur
chasing from our choice
line of Flannel Shirts, Chip
pewa Mackinaws nd the
Chippewa Stag Shirts.
Look them over.
R. M. SMITH CLOTHING
SPECIAL THIS WEEK IN
MRS. S. McINTOSM
Why You Can Save Many Dollars by
Buying Your Groceries Frcm Ust
Our business Is Increasing every
day which enables us to buy In lar
ger quantities and by buying In such
quantities we are able to save our ,
customers from 5 to 10 on tholr
purchases. When In need of gro-
cerlos Just let us bavo your list and ; T
we will show you a big saving on
W. C. McCUISTON
huxd's iihst crockry.
GET THAT STAY-AT-HOME FEELING
' Well appointed furniture ami prop
er Interior decorations to ult the
. fctylo of your archltfcture will con
duce to bring jou this feeling.
Let Thompson help jou furnUli t
that new home ond do It right. '
If we Iiaten't It, we will get It.
CRKU1T IF YOU I'UKI'KIl.
E. M. THOMPSON, The Furniture Man.
4, a 4, ep 4 e -V4i p $ 4- $i $. 4 -
AV. P. Downing Is bulldlngtnn ad
dition to his house In Kenwood.
Dr. C. H. Uloyd of Lnkovlow was
a professional caller In llend Monday.
Mr. nud Mrs. C. K. Street of La
Pino wero callors In Ilcnd Saturday.
11. M. Smith was a business vlcltor
to Portland Sunday, returning Tues
day. Alex Mackintosh returned Mondny
morning from a. business trip to
C. P. Nlswonger left Monday night
on a business trip to Vancouver,
A new coment sidewalk Is being
laid Jn front of tho Dement crocorv
J on Wall street.
T. II. McCllncy left Tuesday for
Tho Dalles and will bring back a car
of fruit to llend.
Mrs. J. W. Norris, of Oregon City,
spent a fow dap of last week In
Ilcnd visiting friends.
J. Edward Larson Is living at Mrs.
Frame's houso during tho nbsonco
of his family from the ctty.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Van
Mntre an 11 pound daughter Sunday
morning at tho llend Hospital.
Julius Janett who has been In Col
fax for the )nst sevoral months, has
returned to Ilcnd for tho' winter.
13. M. Thompson loft Friday morn
ing tor rortlnnd and Astoria on busi
ness, to bo gono about two weeks.
Pending tho arrival of 0110 of tho
now tenchorn Mrs. V. A. Forbes ns
clsted In tho high school last v.'cok.
F. A. Edwards, a woll known mer
chant cf Fossil, wns a guest last
week at tho V.. M. Thompson homo.
Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Ilrooks havo
taken tho Larson houso In Kenwood
nondlng tho building of their resi
dence. Miss Kthol Williams, who hns heqn
visiting friends In llend, returned on
Mondny night to her home In Des
chutes. Mr. and Mrs. W. X. Ilunncll nnd
children of Tumalo havo moved to
llend In order to enjoy local school
Miss Coleman Is. assisting In tho
onico of tho llend Water Light &
Power Co., during tho absence of F.
Mrs. J. P. KoycB returned with hor
children on Friday from the sea
shore whuro she has been spending
Miss Helen Short, who hns been
visiting with hor fathor, C. B. Short,
for tho last two weeks, returned to
C. 3. Hudson nnd II. A, Stovor
wont to Sllvor Lako Mondny In com
pany with several horso men, return
ing Ttiosdny afternoon.
13. K. Donmnn, bookkeeper for tho
United Wnrehouso Company, left Sat
urday to spond his vacation at tho
San Francisco exposition.
Cyril Morsnn who has been vlslt-
flng friends In Ln Pino, spent tho
week ond Jn llend, nnd returnod to
Portlnnd Monday morning.
A. O. Hunter, of Dnyton. Ohio, a
brother of D. 13. Hunter nnd former
ly mnnaor of Tho Ilond Company,
arrived In llend this morning.
Two largo turnips raised by Alpha
Inmnn In Konwood are on display In
the window of tho Hnmescokera Land
Compnny olllco on Wall street.
Waltor Wilson and family loft on
Wodnosdav evening for Llboral, Kan
sas to reside Mr. Wilson expects to
ongngo. In tho stock buslcnss therp,
,Dr. W. V. Faulkner left Sunday
night for Portland to bo In attend-1
nnco nt the sessions of tho Oregon
Stnte Dental Society convened there ,
this week. I
. Miss Mnrgaret Spauldlug, of 1
Grants Pass, nrrlvod Sunday evening
to remain Indefinitely with her sister, I
Miss Alice Spnuldlng of the Altn
mont Hotel. 1
Five cent matinee Saturday after
noon for all llend grade school chil
dren. Hend Theatre. Adv.
Consult Dr.B Lowo & Turner
Stho well known eye Bpoclnll?ts
at Tliorson 8 Joweleryi storo
Friday and Saturday, October 1st and
daxci: nv hi:xi n.xi.
Don't forget tho dance to bo given
by tho llend bnnd nt Tumalo Satur
day night. Tho band Will furnish
music all evening. Admission free,
10 cents a dance; 3 dances, 25c adv
Mrs. Harold Hopkins, graduate of
Albany Convert ntory of .Music, ttii
dent nt American Conner ntory of
Music, Chicago, wilt lako pupils In
olco. Woik with Mm. HopKlim will
he accredited at the high school.
Truo Ditto Flour has boon n larger
soller than any month before. Tho
whiteness, purity, excellence nnd the
acme of good milling makes It n
largo repeater. Adv.
For your nlco homo buy a lot In
Iloulovnrd Addition. Adv.
FOR RENT Tent houso near de
pot, partly furnished. Inqulro Ilul
Pen Kdwnrds for good houso paint
Glvo us a trial.
A now mont market.
Qllbert & Son. Adv
VOL' IIL'V FOU LHSS AT
tiii; vakiittv stohi:
FOIl SALH Ily tho Ladles Aid
Society, good weight and wolt cover
ed comforters. Inquire Mrs. O. A.
FOIt SALE Small houso neatly
furnished, nenr depot. Inqulro S.
H.'Hogln. , 28p
l'OH SALE Seven room house
with barns for cowb nnd chlckons
nchr high school, llnrgaln. Vasy
tonus. 1 Inquire A. C, Ilullotln. 2831c
FOR SALE or TUADE Span of
mares, j weight 2000, nnd harness.
FOB SALE Dairy cows, n number
fresh, Very rcasonnblo'lf taken soon
Inqulr or ail dress L. II. c-o Ilullc
tin. 2G-28 p.
FOU SALE C ncros with wntor
right )4 mllo from city limits. In
qulro A.Z Ilullotln. 2Gtfc
VOU SALE Team, wagon nnd
harness. Inqulro nt Miller Lumber
FOU .SALE or EXCHANGE Nil
U of Section 8-14-18, containing llli
Irrlgnblo acres. A. L. Donnoy, Laf
ayutttii Oregon. 27p
FOp SALE About 100 hogs.,
mostly Poland China. Some good
brooiUiou'H.. 1 reglstore'd boar. Inqulro
flco. J 27p
FOR SALE Spnn of mnro mules,
tlirco yenrs old, weight 2100 pounds.
Woll broke. Fred II. Wilson, Tum
alo, Oregon. 27-28c
EEB this Store in mind
for your Fall Under
wear, Blankets, Out
ing Flannels, Mackinaws,
Shoes, Coats, Skirts,
Sweaters, Hats and
Caps, Wool Dress
Goods and Silks.
JJNIQN l lITt h I
WANTED Cloko In resldonco lot
botweon railroad and river. Price
reasonable. Ilox 323. 21tf
WANTED Position as manager
and buyer In general store. Can fur-
"nlsh Al references. Address P, enro
of Ilullotln. 28c
LOST AXD FOU.Nl.
An tttfaclive line ol Swcatrn jut icirfd,
in new color combintlioni tnd wovti, priced
Irom $2.50 TO $8.50
Coopei Klosed Krotch Undmvri...lhe
underwear wiih comfort and auralilily...
priced from $1.00 TO $5.00
Anew line of Mackmawi at uavingtojou. Priced from $3.75 TO $ft.75
Ladici' all wool Skirt, tailored, lo petfcctionthc quality kind, at.. $4.50 W
We are head
quarters for the
Best values in
Slop and Shop at
Tho modcrato building restrictions
on Iloulovnrd Addition will iniiko it
tho deslrnble place to own a lot. Adv.
Uso Solf-Ilalslng DcBchutss Pan
cako Hour. It Is always fresh, and a
homo product. Adv.
LCST Uotween the Altamont Ho
tel and M. L. Merrltt's rbsldonco, n
bluo sorgo coat. Finder will plonso
return to The Ilullotln olllco nnd re-
colvo rewntd. 28c
:&l a.t ry
FOR SALE at
Good lot in Wie dona will be told
at remarkable Largain. For
pncei and full pailiculiu tee
C S. BENSON, Bend, Oregon.
Policies That Protect
Tho MahalToy flro occurred on Aucust
10th, Paid August 26th, by tho
Our other companies nro EQUALLY
HE.ND IXSL'RA.NCE COMPANY'
l'lrat National Ibinlc Iliilldlng
JUST AS CHEAP
MADE TO ORDER
Hnt bhowing Fall and Winter Samples
Dick lEe Tailor
Cleaning and Prcuing a'Specultjr
When You Want
Your Orders Delivered Promptly
nnd received nt your home in the
best condition CALL SIIUEY'S.
Ve can assure you of Fresh Goods
of thestandard brandson tliemai'ket
The Cash Grocer
FRANK A. STEVENS
. AND OET A .
4-"-- .Kl .
AT THO NEW A1IMT
Gilbert (2b Son
FOR THE MONTH OF
The Standard Fashion
THE DESIGNER 12 months, Keg. price 75c
The fall Standard Faslnon'Uook 20c
Regular wrice !)c
HOTII SPECIAL, for the month of
SEPTEM HER ONLY 50u
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E. A. SATHER
Our Prices FAre Right
SKUSE HARDWARE CO.