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THK HBXD nULMTrttT, IIBNI), OnE., VEINKSIAY, AUGUST P, 1010.
with you on your
vacation. We are
headquarters for all
We ate tgenti loi the fa mom Htrtluood Sprcttli. Come in anJ try them.
We tpprecute your paticxuje.
lot the famous Htrtluood Sprcttli. Come in
We appreciate your patronage.
REED & HOR TON
bend The 5teaca, Store oreoon
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
A. J. Kroenert left on Saturday on
' a business trip to Portland.
John Ferguson crme In from Port
land last night for a few day's islt
Mrs. M. E. Kenfleld lies returned
i from a several days trip to Portland.
Z. H. Slilpman has recently taken
I up a homestead In the Hampton section.
Dennis Cnrmody has been In Sc-
I nttlo during the last week on busl-
Mrs. U. E. Huffschmidt left on
Monday for a months' .visit In Port
land. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. linker return
ed on Tuesday from Ilonnovllle, Wy
oming. Mrs. J. E. Myers nnd daughter are
guests this week of Mrs. Elmer Nls
monger. The Shevlln-Hlxon nlno will play
Culver here on Sunday on the local
County School' Superintendent J.
E. Myers was In lleud yesterday on
Buyers' Week in Bend
A Chance to Buy Seasonable Merchandise at a Saving
Men's Silk Sum'r Hals
gray, ioty white &
pongee hata (hat
tolduplo 7Je, each
for lummer wear in
white, white with
check lintn, Khali,
aalt and pepper and
muni etlecti. Buy.
A popular wash
fabric for dresses,
gowns, etc. rp
Special, yd. lwW
to 12 yrs,
In pink, blue and
gray new style,
EXTRA SPECIAL We have some twelve or
7 fifteen pieces of Figured
Lawns, Flaxons, etc., that sold up as
high as twenty-live cents per yard.
Buyers' Week Special choice per yd.
E. A. Sather
We are Beginning to Get
Ready for Fall
This week there will arrive r.t this store the first shipment
of Fall suits. This line will bo strictly a new offering a lino
designated to meet the demand we find men make.
$15 and 120 suits we know will meet this demand. Come in
and look them over and see what this splendid offering will
' In new Fall hats, we have a wide range of colors, the lat
est creations In autumn and winter shapes." The Hardeman
Hats sell for 3.00 and give you full value. Our aew lino of
capa are also the season's latest. f
A. L. FRENCH
"THE STORE THAT BETS THE TACE."
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gut
endorf, on Monday, an eight and a
half" pound hoy1.
J. L. Walton hns returned to the
Metropolitan after a sovcinl woks
trip to Scastdo.
11, A. Stover returned on Monday
from a month's vacation at his homo
In Dayton, Ohio.
Halph Spencer, foreman In The
Bulletin shop, returned from his va
Miss Ituby lienrianctte arrived In
Bend on lost Thursday from l.os An
geles to make her homo here.
C. A. Warner left on Sunday for
Portland to take advantage of the
offerings during lhter's Week.
H. H. Uq Armond" returned on Sat
urday from Portland whero ho at
tended tho K. of P, convention.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Carpenter, of
Minneapolis, arrived on Monday to
vlnlt Mr. and Mrs. T. A. McCanu.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry 11. Ford andt
family returned on Sunday irom n
several day's outing nt Crater Lako.
The Altar Society of the Catholic
church will meot with Mrs. ICd Hros
terhotts at 2:30 Thursday afternoon.
It. P, Mlnter will begin construc
tion somo tltno next week on a mod
ern flvo room bungalow In lllvcr Ter
race. Miss Grace King, who has liecn
visiting with Mrs. Juntos Hyatt, left
on Suhday for her home In Minne
apolis. Louis Dennett returned on Sun
day from Portland whero ho attended
the convention of tho Knights of
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. I.lndmnn, of
Spoknno, arrived on Sunday to visit
Mrs. l.ludmaus mother, Mrs. S. Me
Murtrlo. A. F. Mills, tircstdont of tho First
National Hank, of Pottland, and son
are spending a few days at Atloudulo
on the Metollus.
Mr. and Mrs. 12. A. Sather nnd Mr.
nnd Mrs. 0. W. Horner nro In
Portland this week on tho occasion
of HucrB' Wcok.
Tho Methodist Aid will hold a car.
ctorln dinner Friday ovonlng, Aug
ust 11 in tho Commercial Club rooms
hoglnnlng nt C:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Gortrudo Nelson, who has
bcott visiting with her son, Hans for
tho last week, left on Monday morn
ing for her homo In Hunts.
Franklin Thordnrson, superin
tendent of tho llond Public Schools,
nnd family arrived in llond on Fri
day morning from Portland.
Mrs. John Stcldl has returned to
hor home In Bond after a several
weeks stay In Portland whero sho
had been revolving treatment.
Asa 1). Thompson, of. Hcho, formor
president of the Oregon Irrigation
Congress, passed through llond this
morning on his way to Crnter Lake,
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Skuso, and
Mr. Skusu's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
J. Skusc, of Spokane, mndo tho trip
to Crator I.ako on Sunday, returning
Miss Huth D, Shearer, who has
been visiting with hor sister, Mrs, C.
A. Warner, left on, Thursday for So
nttle on her way home to Ctmtflcld,
Tho Methodist Aid will hold a go-
clal meeting next Wednesday at tho
homo ot Mrs. O. A. Thorson, All
mouthers nnd their friends aro Invit
ed to attend.
Mrs. John Vrcdt, of Antelope,
spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs.
C. D. Drown. Mrs. Vredt was accom-
panlod on her return home by Miss
Music will be furnished
as soon as arrange
ments can be made
AT THE NEW
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh O'Kane and
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Baker re
turned Wednesday from an auto
tour to Klamath Falls, Crater lake,
and other southern Oregon points,
Mrs. James Ryan nnd children left
Sunday evening to visit few uceks
with rolntlves In Seattle Mrs. Hy
on .was accompanied by her brother
Thomas U. Burns, of Senttle.
Will Sherwood, of Hemld!, who
has been looking over conditions In
Bend for several dnys, returned to
BemidJI last Thursday. Mr.' Sher
wood expects to return to Bund to
H. H Do Armond. while In Port
laud last week, was admitted to prac
tice Itefore tho Federal f-ourt by
Judgo It. S. Bonn upon recommenda
tion of the Oregon State Bar Asso
ciation. Miss Martha ltoscngnrth, who was
bitten by a rabid cnt at her homo
near Alfalfa sceral days ago, Is re
ported to bo Improving rapidly under
tho supervision at Dr. Roberg at
A. F. Larson, of South Bend, who
will open n now Jewelry Btore In the
Mutzlg building ubottt September 1,
arrived In Bend tltl'i morning to
lunko arrangements for the opening
of his store.
Tho Bnptlst Women's Union will
meet at the country home of Mrs.
H. A, Smith's home Thursday after
noon at 2:30. Friends are Invited.
Tlioso desiring a ride out are request
cd to assemblo at the Baptist church
nt 2 p. m.
According to W. (I. Hastings, sup
crvlsor of tho DuBchutes National
Forest, more thnn 10 automobiles
havo come through tho McKenzle
Pass in tho last week and reportn
aro that tho road Is In fairly good
condition for travel.
Mr. and Mrs. It. P. Mlnter gave a
birthday dinner Wednesday, AuguBt
2nd, In honor of thulr son Billy, it
being his 17th blrthdny. Tho guests
wero Mr. and Mrs. O. W. TaiiBy, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Thomas Cobb, and Mru. In-
mm and daughter, Alpha.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. 1.. French, -MIsh
Hctu Smith nnd Loyd Mngil! return
ed Inst night from n month's nuto
tour through Callfornln. They went
as far as San Diego visiting tnttny
point of Interest enrouto. On tho
trip they traveled more than 2,700
Nows has been rcceled In Bend
ot the death In Minneapolis Inst week
ot Willinm Ii. Hlxon, n brother of
Frank P. Hlxon, president of The
Shovltn-Hlxon Company, Mr. Hlx
oii'h son, Peuncll, vlnltod hero with
his uncles F. P. and O. P. Hlxon a
few wcckB ago, and Is now lu Alaska.
Now rendy to tako your blda for
blasting basement on corner of Bond
and Minnesota streets. Rlzo 50x00,
9 feet deep from sidewalk. Power
drill can bo rented to do tho work
with. All bids to bo In no later than
Friday, August 11th. Alco separate
bids for foundation wanted. Ad
dress D. Spbler, May Apts., No,
14. Adv 23c
Variety to Select
AM Priced at
lenl's EcMMiy Ctrttt
TJtfE are winning our Way
V V into the hearts of intelligent
shoppers as a store of Economy as
Well as a store of Quality. Are
you among our many Satisfied
CRISP, NEW FALL BLOCKS, in thenew and wanted
colon, many with contrasting bands and binding. Gordon
stands for Quality and "Perfection
in hat manufacture. Yours for....
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SltENl STOP ANV LOOK AT OURMEW SILK
NECKWEAR. The values cannot be dupll- O Cz-r
caled elservhere at the price ,
New Drapery Materials
Scrims, Swiss Muslins, Cretonnes a shipment received di
rect from the mills al prices affording a substantial saving.
Swisses and Swiss Muslins, print
ed borders and alloMct effects, at
New Scrims, plain, printed borders and edge Warp, colored
ar.f.r!20 25 30c yd.
Ready for your inspection
and approval. Men's Jum- r-"
bo nnd Shaker Knit ;
lleaiy Weight at $450, $5.50, $6.00, $7.00
Men's Med. Wt. at $1.25, $1.75, $2.25, $350. $4.00
Misses' and Children's Sweaters al $1.25 to $4.00
Infants' Sweaters al 50c to $150
You can do BETTER for LESS
if you shop
Watch Us Grow
jMbDr. J, O. Turner, formerly uf
Q"Iowo & Turner, tho well
known specialist of Portland, Or
egon, Mill bo In I lend ugalu Friday
and Saturday, Aug. 11-12, at Thor
son'H Jewelry store. Dr. Turner Iiiih
had enrn of hard practical exper
ience ti h an eyo and nerve specialist,
and this, coupled, with 111" having
been educated in the lust schools,
makes him a safu perron for ott to
consult If you have eye troubles,
headaches, or cross uyi. don t fall
In consult lilrtv. If you do not need
kIubwh, Dr. Tumor will motit posl
tlvoly not recommend thwu. lingular
trips to llend every 30 das Con
sultation and examination free. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Don't forget
the dates, Friday and Saturday,
August 1112 and every 30 day in
future. At Thorson'a Jewelry stor.
Notice Is hereby given that the
Arm of IJlackwell k. Slmmonii has
this day been dissolved nnd tho bus-
Icecs Hill bo continued by Mr. film,
moos Individually. All bills due tho
firm will be collected by Mr, Sim
mons and all obllratlons ot the firm
ore to be paid by him. The under-
ulrntd will continue an an employe!
In the buslntts but will no longer
bo interested as a partner. Dated this
2.1th (lay of July. 1910.
21-23p. It. O. IlhACKWKLU
I have today bought the InWcit
of Frank Thornbrue In tho 0nd
Orrare and will not be responsible
for any indebtedness contracted In
his name or that of C M. baker
MaMtoa on Bunduy, 7-30 a. in. nml
10 a. m. Mans on Saturday, 8:30 it.
m , followed by rellglotiinuBtructloii
Sunday kcIiooI 10 tt. m. Preaching;
rorvlco at 11 u. m. J. J. Porlnger.
Hlpht v. m. at Prosbytcrlnn churoli
IIhv y W. Koagy will iirircb.
A good time nsmired at tbo hard
time dunce next Tucmla) night, Aug
ust IS. Adr 23
Have you seen the up nldo down
dance7 Como prepared to laugh.
Hippodrome Tuesday ntv.M. Ailv.2.X
You will split your sides Jaughlnit
at the original up sldo down dancu
next Tuesday night. Spectators, nil
mission 19c; gents 79c. Adv 2H
Fresh Fruits ind Fresh Vegetables
Oal crtrylluni of tin vtrj bttt
oa our tU.
Mri. Nrttx Slrvnwoa
Adv WALTER COOMIJS,