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THFH1I3M), nUMJETIX, HBXD, ORE., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 101.1,
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR.
To be sure of a full line of School
Supplies CALL ON US.
PATTERSON DRUG CO.
i tie . KQttjaJUL .fyt
The Most of tho Uest for the Leust
.OUTAINSAVATER AT OiKI FEET.
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wwicii ui a uupiii ui uttu iwi was
A. B. Gortson is vIbIUur In towu
f rn tn 3 1 1 111 tn a i T .n 1 n
Mrs. McKay will entertain tho,",nc,'t.hl8 ok n Uio wolla of
Urldgo Club on Friday.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Hoover Is out of town on
C. J. Mock Is up from Tumnlo to
A party of Sisters pooplo was In
Frank Redmond was up from Red
Dr. U. C. Coo went to Portland on
business last week.
A. M. Lara went to Portland on
business luBt week.
S. G. Sargont, stnto bank commis
sioner, spent Sundny hero.
Fred N. Wnllaco and W. D. Barnes
wero up from Tumalo on Friday.
Chas. W. Ersklno returned from
court at Prinoylllo Saturday night.
E. G. Rourk, a merchant of Crcs
cont, was In Dond Monday on busl-
Mrs. H. W. Skuso returned Sunday
morning from a visit of several weeks
II. II. Do Arinoml spent Sunday at
home, returning to Prlnovlllo for his
court work Monday.
Dr. U. C, Coo left last Thursday
for Portland on n vacation and Is
expected to return today. ,
V. O. Harrlmnn, forest ranger nt
Fort Hock, and Mrs. Ilnrrlman wero
visitors In Hend Saturday.
Horn on Thursday, to Mr. and Mrs.
Horaco Warrington nt tho brick yard,
an eight and n half pound son.
Mrs. Q. W. Studobaker of Mystic,
Iowa, arrived In llend Friday even
ing for a. Bhort vUIt with relatives
M. V. Holes arrived from Min
neapolis on Sunday to tako chargo of
the olllco work at tho Shovlln-Mlxon
About GO members of tho Illblo
class of tho Methodist church, wero
entertained last night at a banquet
""" entertained last night at a banquet
Mrs. II. J. Ovorturf and her two at tho homo of n. M. Smith. Many
ennuron went to rornanu on Hunuay now arrivals In Uend, who have Join
night. I ed tho club wero present.
And it is about time you begun to lay
in your supply of Quilts and Blankets.
Cotton Blankets 75e to $2.25 pair
Wool Blankets... Sl.SO to $11.00 pair
Quilts ..' $1.25 to $5.00 each
Steamer Rugslr'$'i.f0, $5 and $0 each
We also have a new line of Indian
Blankets with attractive colors
and patterns. -
R. M. SMITH CLOTHING
TO ACCOMODATE OCR Cl'BTOMEHS o liuvo rccoltod
n new lino of inimM fuinUhlngs especially for uurkliiff
men. Tho lino Include: hlilrtu, troiiM-rs, nmcklimwN,
stjR shirt, underwear, icka ami oternlU.
Wo Imvo put tho price down uml Jo " ,K"cr ",,h
The Cash Grocer
Iltich O'Kiinn relumed from Port
land this morning accompanied by A.
L. Snuvlr. Mrs, O'Kano remains In
W. O. Fordham and W. F. Arnold,
of La Pino, wero here on Monday on
their return from a business trip to
C. iL. niiriiH. who recently loft
Dond with his "family on account of
bis health, is now located at House,
The SVoman'u Missionary Society
of tho Uaptlsl church will meot on
Thursday aftornoon, 2:30, nt tho
homo of Mrs. Foley.
J. M. Lawrence spent several days
hero last week arranging tho renting
of the Lawrence building on Wall
street to Edward F. Logan.
Qcorgo S. Young loft on Saturday
for Suttles lako whero ho will attend
to engineering matters In connection
with the Suttles lake project.
Dorn on September 1C, to Mr. and
Mrs. Harney Lowell, In Center addi
tion, an eight nnd n half poud boy.
Dr. Vandovort was In attendance
Mrs. S. Mcintosh leaves tonight
for Portland whero she will place an
order for mid-season hats. On her
way bIio will stop at Culver on busi
ness. Mrs. C. 12. Nichols nnd her daugh
ter, Ileatrlco Wlngnte, returned to
Hend Sundny morning after spending
tho summer In Portland and New
berg. Dr. W. W. Faulkner returned Sat
urday from Portland whero ho at
tended tho sessions of the Oregon
Stnto Dental Society held there last
Karl H. Houston loft on Saturday
for Portland to bo with Mrs. Hous
ton who wob operated on Monday at
a Portland hospital.
W. J. Sproat and his land classi
fication party, according to tho Cho
waucon Press, nro now camped on
tho Chowaucan river about one mile
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Staploton
loft last Thursday for their homo In
San Francisco after spending sovernl
weeks visiting at tho 'homo of Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Enstcs.
O. II. Tracy, stato bank oxamlnor,
passed through town Sunday on his
return from La Pino wnoro no nau
been to rnnko tho rcgulnr Inspection
of tho La Pino stnto "bank.
A. N. Jonos, warehouseman nt tho
ddnot. returned Snturdny from a
wook's vacation spoilt In Portland.
Whllo ho was nway his duties woro
attended to by P. W. Drown.
C. W. Wernicke, mnnagor of tho
Portlnnd branch of tho Westlnghouse
Electrical Manufacturing Co.. was
hero last Friday on business for his
company. Mr. Worolcko nnd K. M.
Lnr.a woro class mates at Cornell.
A. Q. Hcdstrom, a mill wrlght con
nected with tho construction of tho
Hrooks-Scanlon mill, arrived Inst
week from Weed, California. Mrs.
Hcdstrom accompanied lilm nnd they
havo taken rooms at tho May apart
monts. Tho still of II. A Gosnoy against
Gcorgo McAllister Is bolng tried this
nfternoon heforo n sheriff's Jury. Tho
Iscuo Is as to tho ownership of cer
tain stock levied on by Qosnoy to
catisfy- a Judgment obtained ngulnst
W. D, Johnson, district forest to
pographer of Portland, tins been in
Dond for several days checking up
trlangtilattqn. work dona recently In
the DoBchutcs National Forest. Ho
left Tuesday for Crescent on business
connocted with this work.
Arthur Holmgren and II. Jnmes, who
own n ranch near Dry Lako on tho
BOiith of Homstnd valley. This wall
Is tho deepest In that vicinity.
Lew Fields, who appears In "Old"
Dutch" tonight and Thursday night,
nt'tho Hend Theatre, Is a natural
Dutch comedian, having played In
thnt character rolo for years under
tho name of Wobor & Fields, two of
the. best known of Hroadway's com
.Truo Ditto Flour has been n larger
seller than any month before. Tho
whiteness, purity, excellence and tho
acmo of good milling makes It a
lorgo repeater. Adv.
For your nice homo buy a lot In
Houlovnrd Addition. Adv.
RENT, sell, trado or borrow monoy,
Small amount cash. For particulars
address box C, Tumnlo, Ore 293Cp
FOR RENT Small house, neatly
furnished, near' depot. Itiiiulro S. It.
FOR SALE Flvo head fresh Jor
soy; mllcli cows. Sco J. 15. Wllllnms,
ranch a miles northwest of fDos
"FOR SALE On0 bny horco weight
1500 pounds, coming G yenrs old nnd
now net of harness. W. N. Hay,
Tumnlo, Oregon. 20tf
FOR SALE Hy tho Ladles Aid
Society, good weight and woll cover
ed comforters. Inquire Mrs. O. A.
Thorson. - 28tfo
FOR SALE Seven room house
with barns for cows nnd chlckons
near high school. Hurgaln. ITnsy
linns. Inquire A. C, Httllotln. 2831c
FOR SALE or TRADE Span of
marcs, wolght 2000, nnd harness.
i FOR SALE C ncres with wator
right mile from city limits. In
quire A.Z Hullotln. 2Dtfc
FOR SALE Span of mnro mules,
tli r oo years old, weight 2100 pounds
Well broke. Fred U. Wilson, Tum
nlo, Oregon. 27-280
Mrs. Harold HopkltiH, grndiinlo of
Albany Conservatory of MiinIc, stu
dent at Aiiicilcjin Conservatory of
Music, CliicAgri, will tiiko pupils In
voice. Work with Mm. HopkliiN will
bo uccrcdIttM ut tho lilgli school.
Soo Edwards for good house paint
Glvo us a trial.
A now meat market.
Gilbert & Son, Adv
WANTED At tho Altamont, n
cook. . 20tf
WANTED Limb wood. Two cords
of 10 Inch, must bo good and dry.
Inqulro nt Hullotln olllco.
WANTED Closo In rosldenco lot
between rnllroad and rlvor. Price
roasonablo. Hox 323. 21tf
A largo financial institution desires
to contract with n man capnblo of
representing It In Crook county, nnd
who Is or can develop Into n high
clnss salcsmnn. Communlcntlono hold
strictly confidential. Address Miut-
ngon-501 Northwestern Hank build
lngj Portlnnd, Oro. 29-30 p
Remarkable Values in
A now Middy blouso with embroidered eyelets. taced
front and side. Sold every whero nt $1.25. Wo'vo priced
"cm nt $ 1 ,00
A new lino of gloves for men, women nnd children. You'll
want to try oiu of our work gloves nt 50c
They nro equal to any $1.00 glovo you'll find elsewhere.
A now Block of silk waists In crepo dtt chen nnd georgette
cp nl $2.75 and $4.00
An entire new line of Lingerie
Waists in Voile and Organdy.
They nro woll tailored nnd you'll find thorn wonderful
vines t $1.25 and $1.50
A new stock of Muslin Under
wear, Combinations, Petticoats,
and Corset Covers priced at
25c, 35c, 50c, 65c, 85c, $1 & $1.50
You'll want to see our new line
of Art Embroidery Pieces.
Tlmo to get Iiub)' on them now, Pillow tups, laundry
lings, pillow enscs, towels, linen and turklsh, bugs, baby
suts, luncheon sots.
For the Best Service, Lowest Prices, nnd Up
r ' to-the-Minute Merchandise
STOP AND SHOP
TO TRADE OR EXCHANGE
WILL TRADE For cows, 1 tenm
of mules, when fat will weight 2400.
Ono team horses, wolght 1150 oach,
cheap. J. M. Patton, iLaldlaw, Oro
LOST AND FOUND.
FOUND On Hear Creek road, La
dles coat. Owner muy obtain same
by proving property nnd paying for
this advertisement. Inqulro Ilullo
LOST Uctwcen tho Altnmont Ho
tel nnd M. L. Merrltt's residence, h
blue sorgo cont. Finder will please
return to Tho Hullotln ofllce and re
colvo roward. 28c
Use Self-Ralslng Deschutes Pan-
cako flour. It is nlwnys fresh and n
home product. Adv.
Tho moderate building restrictions
on Houlevard Addition will mako It
tho desirable placo to own a lot. Adv,
Call at Thorson's Jowolry storo and
let Drs. I .owe & Turner show you
tho new Kryptok doublo vision glass
without lines to catch dirt, strain tho
eyes or como npart. Ono light solid
piece of glass which looks like n
slnglo pair, yot answers tho purpose
of two, enabling you to do close worK
and seo distant objects perfectly. Re
member the date, October 1st and
2nd, Friday and Saturday. Adv.
FOR SALE at
Good lot in Wieiloria will be told
at remarlable bargain. For
piicci and full pirhculaii kc
C S. BENSON, Bend, Oregon.
ROIHXSON Sl'CCHKDH MILLER.
It. H. Miller hns recently resigned
ns trnfllc monngor of tho O.-W R.
& N being succeeded by F. W. Rob
inson, his nsslstnnt. Mr. Miller Is
woll known in Hond, having made
frequent trips horo on IiusIiicbh for
his compnny. Mr. Robinson visited
Hond a year ago In company with
Hen L. Wlncholl, trnfllc director of
tho Union Pacllla systom, nnd other
otllclnls. In certain quarters tho
chnngo Ik looked upon an ono of tho
first stops toward tho comploto ab
sorption of tho O.-W. II. & N. by tho
"Old Dutch" nt tho Hond Thoatro
tonight nnd Thursday night Is it rol
licking, clean cut comedy mid will
Jolly you to tho heart, Luw Ftbldtt
1h ono of tho country's best known
rhnractor comedians nnd appears In
tho tltlo rolo. Adv.
GET THAT STAY-AT-HOME FEELING
,-S Win fodmert ft.rnltur.w.1 prop
er interior decoration to tut tha
i stylotof your architecture vvMiCon.
duce to bring jou thU feellnR.
- iieVThoiniM Mi y furnUh '
that Jiotv homo and do ll right. ,
" If wo haven't It, e will get R.
CREDIT IF YOU PRRFKH,
DO YOU Want
wi: iiao: IT.
ONi: CAR AIUUVKI)
.Italian Prunes ...... J1.30 bu.
Peache $1.30 bu.
Green Tomatoes . . . . $1,30 bu.
Apples $1.25 per box
Pears $1.40 per box
JUST AS CHLAP
MADE TO ORDER
Fint Showing Ftll nd Winltr Stmplci
Dick TEe Tailor
Qctning and Veiling Spcilly
AT THE NCW MOAT
The little nicetici, the hm-line drtxli, the mulcily drtpingi, llie chick
poinboji lliinji which only I lie arliiti; cltiijnrn I now about the lil
that they raanuladure fiom the raw wool to the finiihml gaiuxnl ihrw
and many other deugmnj KCtrti are rciponiilile (or the corrcctnm ol
Pure Wool CluthcH pl.5U 10 IpZU.UU
Tlie only houw in America that manufacture! fiom ihe raw wool to the
nitlifd garment. T).e dupl.y ol NKW FALL GOODS ll iljle
how wtthn itxll. Come la and get acquainted with thU line.
E. A. SATHER
Our Prices r Are Right
E. M. THOMPSON, The Furniture Man
SKUSE HARDWARE CO.
Gilbert Sb Son