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edies for nil
ation Is abso
v toed.' The
tjie J. ensar L.i
of house hold remedies, hf.s no superior on the drug market.
This storo will carry tho solo agency for IJtnd and will supply
every need. Pcnsldr stands for qualify and resultB first,
nemember these when In search of tho best curatives for
1'ENSIjAR WHITE L1XAMENT..
For sprains, sore throat, and lamo muscles.
1'ENSIiAK YIOIjAKLOH TALCUM. .
"Sweet ns a bunch of violets." Itlchly borated, smooth
as skin. A necessary luxury.
PENSLAR VANISHING FACE CIIKAM.
"Hotter than any other kind It does not dry tho Bkln."
I'ENHLER SNOW FUnVEIt COMPOUND.
That "brown taste" means a sluggish liver. It puts your
liver to work.
PENSIjAR TIIKOAT MtAGEEH.
Tho quickest and best way to get rid of hoarseness.
I'ENSIjAR STRAW HAT CLEANER.
Makes your old lift look llko new.
PENHLAlt SULPHUR AN1 CltEAM TAllTAIl LOZENGES.
Drives Impurities out of your system. Pleasant to take.
Tho children like It.
1'KNSIjAK LIVER SALINE.
Ilo good to your liver and your liver will bo good to you.
PENHLAR LILAO TALCUM.
The Batln smoothness Its purity and dctlghtfulneBa of
scent will mnko It your favorite.
PENSLAR liAXATlVH COLD HUEAKEIIS.
The epidemic of grip It will break.
PENSLAR LAXATIVE RLOOH ALTERATIVE.
Your one best buy when you need a spring tonic.
1'ENBLAR HAIR TOXIC.
Keeps tho scalp fieo from dandruff will make beautiful
PENSLAR CHAMP 11AUK COMPOUND.
Good for tired nervous women.
PENSLAR CHILDREN'S SYRUP.
Careful mothers buy It It Is harmless and effective.
PENSLAR. CATAHIUI CltEAM.
Takes caro of tho stuffed up head. Opens the air passtges.
PKXHIjAU HUTTEHM1LK CEHATH.
The secret of beautiful complexion.
PENSLAR IIUCIIU AND PALMETTO COMPOUXI).
First nld to the kldnoys.
PEXSIjAU APPETIZING TOXIC.
Gives you that healthy what to ert feeling. Reitorcs
AHK US ABOUT THESE
YOU WILL LIKE THEM.
REED & HOR TON
bend The 32SSS $tore OREaoN
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Neal Sly was down from La Pino
D. M. Davis went Jo Paisley on
buslncci on Tuesday. - "'- ;
Robort Gathorgood "was In -town
from Ln Pino Saturday.
Tho Depot hotel Is recolvlng a now
coat of paint this week.
Judgo T. E. J. Duffy was a visitor
In Rend early tills Week. .
J. L. Couch wbb a Dond visitor
from Tuninlo on Saturday.
J. N. D. Gorklng was la town
from Tuninlo on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. McKay wont
to Portland this afternoon.
W. D. Cheney, of Seattlo, arrived
In Bend on Monday morning.'
E. G. Rourk, a merchant of Cres
cent, was in Ilend on Monday.
It. P. Gould returned from a bus
iness trip to Portland on Friday.
Mrs. S. MclntoBh has gono to tho
mountains for a two weeks vacation.
MrB. L. D. Wlcst roturncd on Fri
day from a short visit to Pondloton.
W. II. Dnucett.and W. N. Ilrown
woro up-from Redmond on iTueoday.,
Miss Sally Hodges, of Prinoville,
visited with friends in Ilend on Sun
day. A largo party of Ilend people woro
over on tho Molollus for a Sunday's
outing. . ff f
Mr. and "Mrs. T. W. Cowan, of
Ilolyat, woro visitors in Ilend on
Frank May returned yestorday
morning from a bualnesi trip to
Mrs. J. W. Duy roturncd on last
Wednesday ovcitlng from a week's
trip to Portland.
Mrs. Harry Eltz line returned from
Portland with hor children to Join
her husband horc.
Means Beauty, Style,
THE NEW ENOLISH .LAST, a happy combination In the
make up which mukes this shoe Ideal for summer
The new English last "AIIIEDALE" with raised toe more
comfortable than any other of Its stylo $."S.oo
TANGO PUMPS Specially mado to suit tho latest danc
ing steps sjl.no
PANAMAS 25 per cent reduction on all Panamas this
week. AH straw hats epeclal reduced to $1.00
TRUNKS AND 1U1T CASES Complete llnfc Just In.
A. L Trench
: Bend, concert .Friday ..cvonlnK-Jn
1UU DUIUU Ull UUIIU BlIUUl.
Miss Elsie Olson of Medford, has
accepted a position In the odlco of
(H. II. De Armond.
, Mrs. A. Q.jDenmnn, of Grand "Is
land, Nobraska, Is vls'ttfis withher
son, E. E. Dcnman.
Mrs. S. E. Itoberts, who-hos been
In' poor health, Is in Portland vis
iting with relatives.
W. D. Daggett and W. N. Ilrown,
of Redmond, woro business visitors
in Ilend on Tuesday.
Tho Presbyterian Guild will meet
with Mrs. V. A, Forbes on tho af
ternoon of August 2.
Rev. F. W. Keagy returned last
Wednesday evening from a two weeks
vacation In Tillamook.
Charles Fastlcr, of Rltivllle,
Washington, was In town last week
looking for n location.
W. H. Manlon and James Manlon,
of Montreal, nro visiting this 'weok
with Harry P. Manlon.
Homer Ross of Prinoville, super
visor of tho Ochoco National Forest,
was In town on Tuesday.
Goorgo S. Young left Tuesday
morn ng for 4he Interior to bo gono
sever.il Iub on I uclncss.
Grant Raymond, of Ilend, has been
nppolntcd by Judgo Duffy ns tho cir
cuit court ofllclal reportor.
L. C. Hrown, a prominent Ilnrnoy
County sheepman, and hla ron Glon,
were In Ilend on Monday.
Mrs. II. M. Grclner and children,
'nro visiting this week with friends
and rolatlves in Portland.
W. II. Mnrtln Iiob purchased a
now 191C llulck light six through
tho Ilend Gnrago Company.
Miss Ruth D. Shearer, of Chatfleld,
Minnesota, is visiting with her sis
ter, Mrs. Chas. A. Warner.
Clydo M. McKay began work on
Monday on tho erection of a new
$4,000 homo In Park addition.
Tho Ilend Cnfo has recently In
stalled n now hotel run go and com
pleted its refrigerntor system.
' Joo Dawson has purchased tho res
Idenco proporty of E. M. Thompson
on Front stroet In Park addition.
Rosa Lawns, a ron I cstato man of
Soattlo, Is vIMtlng this week with
his sister, Mrs. Harry K. Ilrooks.
C. D. Reed of tho R. M. Smith
Clothing Company, returned on Sun
day evening to Wollsvlllo, Missouri.
'Clyde M. McKay returned Satur
day night from n trip to tho middle
western states of several weeks dur
Mr. nnd M.rs. Donald Spencer, of
Portland, paused through Ilend Tues
day from Uurna on their way to
Miss Etta Guttendorf, of tho
Mlllvlow Hotel; sustained n broken
hnklaion Sunday evening ob a result
of a fall. i I
Tho stock of tho Emporium was
sold at auction to several Ilend mer
chants on Monday to satisfy tho
Rev. II. C. Hrrtranft returned on
Saturday from Eugeno whero ho had
been In attondanco at tho Presbyter
W. F. Corson and W. C. E. Prultt
of Pendleton, spent several days
hero last week la tho Interests of tho
Phillip Urooka Is expected to nr-
rlvo In Don d some ttmo this week to
completo tfftfclla for tho new Pilot
ilutto hotdit "
Mrs. J. Honrlanctte, of HemldJI,
has purchased the rcsldonco of E. M.
Thompson on Jefforson Placo In
G. II. Milne, gonernl mnnnger of
tho American Soda Products Com
pany at Spreckles was in tovn on
H. E. Raker Is In Honnevlllo, Wy
oming Suiting v, Hi relatives. Mrs.
Raker will accompany Mr. Ilaker on
his return to Ilend.
Dr. II. 1 Edwards, of St. Paul,
Oregon, was a guest of Dr. J. C. Van
dovert over Sunday, returning Tues
day night to his homo.
Miss Hazol Thorson, who has boon
attending tho summer session of tho
Monmouth Normal, wilt return to
hor homo this evening.
Mrs. J. D. Donovan returned on
Sunday evening from Portland where
she has been taking special work In
tho Portland Surgical Hospital.
Ernest R. Edmunds and Miss Avn
Spraguo were married on Sunday af
ternoon at the homo of Rev. F. W.
Keagy of tho Methodist church.
W. G. Hastings, supervisor of the
Deschutes National Forest, is In tho
southern part of the forest this week
on an extenlvo tour of Inspection,
Mrs. George O'Nell died last week
from a cerebrnl hemorrhngo. Tho
funeral was hold In Prlnevllle, her
Mrs. B. A. Hill, of Portland, who
has been visiting with her daughter
Mrs. J. A. Eastes for the last month
returned on Sunday to her home.
The ladles of the Methodist aid
will meet with Mrs, C. P. NIswonger
on the afternoon of August 2 for the
regular monthly business mooting.
Mrs. W W. Main and children,
who have been visiting with Mrs. N.
G. Davis, returned to their home In
Maryhlll, Washington on Monday
Mr. and Mrs. J, J. Skuso, of Spo
kane, are visiting their son If, W.
Skueo this week. They r.rrived on
Saturday and will bo here for several
. .Louis Bennett, .and. HJLjar.claor
returned on Monday evening from" n
three days business trip to Sllve'r
iLako nnd other Central Oregon
points. ' . i .
Miss Mae McCarthy Is assisting ln
Mnnnhclmcr Bros, storo in the nb
senco of MIbs Bertlin Dlshon, who la
visiting with relatives in Walla
Mrs. L. M. Fobs, of Lowlston, Ida
ho, nnd chlldien, arrived In Bend on
Thursday evening to spend a few
weeks vlth Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Do
Mr.and Mrs. L. S. Perdeu leave on
Sunday morning for Waycrosa, Geor
gia, where Mr. Perdeu Iibb ncccptod
a position with tho Hebort Cypress
Loland Davis is spending n pnrt
of his vacation In Seattlo and Ta
coma nnd will visit with his brothor
at Soap Lake, Washington, before
Tho Scandinavian-Lutheran church
will hold services at tho Methodist
church on Friday evening at 7:30
p. in., Rev. Slatterdahl, of Seattle,
Dr. Jan McClaren, of Portlnnd left
Monday morning for Portland. Dr.
McClaren has been Installing a now
nnd coBtly x-ray equipment in tho
Bend Hospital. .
Mrs. D. F. Brooks, of St. Paul,
nrrlvcd on Tuesdny morning to spend
a few weeks visiting with Mr. and1
Mrs. J. P. Keye3 and Mr. and Mrs.
llnrry K. Brooks.
Max Crandall, an accountant of
Portlnnd, who has been auditing tho
county books, was In Bend checking
up Bomo details In connection with
his work on Tuesday.
Tho work of Improving tho road
on tho west sldo of thor Ivor leading
into Kenwood has begun. A 30 foot
stiect will bo provided and tho worst
of tho grade ellmlnntod.
Tho Feast of tho Fivo Tables, n
progressive supper, will to hold to
morrow evening nt tho Presbyturlan
church under tho auspices of tho
Presbyterian Ladles Guild.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh O'Knno and
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. linker Icavo Sat
urday for Klamath Fnlli on an cuto
tour rind vJU include Cr.itor Lako in
their 'dip beforo they rctuin.
Remember you enn buy air dried
box factory wood $2.TiO por lond!; Or
egon Transfer Co., Phone Black
, , A uv
Notice Is horcby given that tho
firm of Rlnckwol! & Simmons has
this day been dissolved nnd tho bus
iness will bo continued by Mr. Sim
mons Individually. All bills duo tho
firm will bo collected by Mr. 'JJIui
mons nnd all obligations of'thoyflrm
nro to bo paid by him. 'Tho under
signed will continue as an cmployeo
In the business but will no longor
be Interested ns a partner. Dated this
2Cth day of July, 1910.
21-23p. R. Q. BLACKWELL.
Don't toll him you hnvo no new
clothes, tho old ones will do, at tho
hard tlmo ball given nt tho Hippo
drome. Watch for It. Adv. 21c
Fw ECONOMY Sake
Bed's EceMBjr Ct&ler
There never has been a more ap
propriate time to purchase desirable
Summer Merchandise, Wash Fab
rics, etc., than now. Our space is
limited and to male room for Fall
Merchandise arriving daily these
decided reductions are made
Beginning Saturday, July 29-- to
Saturday, Aug. 5, inclusive.
All Ladies' Oxfords
Queen Quality and
Society Brands, at
ONE LOT LADIES' HOUSE DRESSES
$1.25, $1.5, $1.50 vnlues, fos this Q
LADIES' PARASOLS $1.25 und QC
$1.50 vnlues yJC
25c, 5e ROMPERS reduced to 10c
LADIES 5c UNION SUITS 20c
LADIES 00c UNION SUITS 40c
LADIES $1.25, $1.50 WAISTS- mostly
smnll sizes but very desirnble for QC-,
this side , , s JC
LADIES WOOL SKIRTS 20ft OFF.
ALL MIDDIES, REDUCED for this Q C
sail were $1.15, $1.25, $1.50 now. 7-'C
$1j25 ELSIE DENSMORE DRESS- Q C
ES- ages 0 to U yJC
Wash Materials Reduced
FIGURED VOILEH, tyTHII'EI) VOILEM, MAHQUIHET
TEH, HEED VOILEH, CREI'EH.
It! 54. Iftc Materials reduced to , Or
U5c materials reduced to 10c
:c materials reduced to , . . . ,'M
tlftu Sport Suiting, reduced to UOc
7ftc sllvorbloom cloth reduced to ti.1c
HOYH i!.lc Knee Length Short Sloevo union suit
cut to , Itc
To muko room for now sweatern Our entire Htocli nt
Quality merchandise hero nt tho prtco of ordinary
kind You can buy for I oh and got butter mcrclinndlbo,
Watch Us Grow
- -2w fffyfe' 4t
Sundny school 10 a. in. Breach.
Ing service 11 a. mm. J. H. l'er
Union services will be held nt tho
Baptist church nt 8 p. in. Rev, K.
W. Keagy will preach thu sermon.
Sunday school! 10 u. m. Breach
ing H it. m, Tim public Ih cordial
ly Invited. F. W, Keugy. pastor.
Borvlcou next Suudn will bo ns
follows. Sunday school at 10.00 a,
m Breaching at 11 00 it in. Tlmimi
'Tho Inlluenco of Prophetic Truth
on Conduct and Character' Tho
evening sjirvlco will be unjjin at tho
llnptlHl church. Tho lidleH (lulld
will sorvo n progretmlvo supper on
Thursday evening at thu rliurcli. (I,
C. Ilnrtrunft, pastor.
Good tlm tt for everybody at thu
hard (lino bull given at tfiti Hippo
(Iroino. Watch for It. Adv, 21q
IIIVORCL' IK GRANTF.I),
A decree of dlvorco was given to
Mutllda Bails by Judgu T. E. J.
DulTy lu un action ugalnst Reuben
Davis. Tho churgo preferred wu
cruel uud Inhuman treatment, C.
H. Ileiiton nppuiirrd for tho plalntlir
and In tho default of tho defendant
to appear Chas W. Ersklno appear
ed for tho statu.
MR. FARMER: Have a
look at our line of
JOHN DEERE v
Mowers and Rakes
You will like them.
Skuse Hardware Company
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