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TUB HKXI) IlUIXETIN, IlEND, OHE., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2:1, 101(1.
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. REED & HOR TON
Etcluut t Agou lor Bead
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
- All whb havo not yet signed
the county division petition aro
- urged to sign at once. The pe-
tltlon mny ho found at Judge
H. K. Stewart has returned to this
C. K. Short left on Monday on a
Dr. F. Wilson, of Kort Hock, la In
P. H. Johnson was in irom .iiuu
can on Monday.
K. U. Shevlln, of Portland, was In
W. D. Cheney returned to Seattle
I Sunday evening.
I.en. Nichols, of Prlnevllle, was in
llend on Saturday.
It. O. Andrtis, of Cilno rails, was
In Ilcnd on Friday.
M. W. Knickerbocker was over
from GlHt on Mondny.
A. Whlsnant returned from Port
land Monday morning.
TJnfh KHlieiihon SDent n few dsys
of last week In La Pine.
J. P. Keies returned from Port
land Thursday morning.
J ,- .....l fM r Q llitflenn aunt tn
y .ur. illiu .n. v. n --. --- --
m.y nntntfi nn Kuntlnv nvpninir.
.T. N. Wllllnmson of Prlnellle,
! 1wr nn Vrlilnv on hUHlllCbS.
v. V. Sullivan went to Seattle on
Thursday evening on business.
Chris Tinner lins come in rrom ins
homestead to find employment.
T. A. McCann left last night on a
business trip to i-iuuy, kiuuwuu.
Fred N. Wallaco wa3 a visitor
from Tumalo Saturday evening.
Mrs. P. 13. Chase returned on Sun
dny evening from St. Joe, Idaho.
Mm s. Mflntnsli returned nn Sun-
I day from n business trip to Seattle.
f C. P. Nlswongor returned Monday
nirht fmm n huylnesH trln to Moody.
Mrs. C. A. Warner left on Sunday
evening for Scnttlo for a two weeks
Judgo T. B. J. Duffy and MrB. Duf
fy of" Prlnevlllo are, visiting llend this
B. M. Thompson leaves tomorrow
on a business trip to Portland and
Astoria. , .
Tom Cronln, a well known Lake
country stockman, was In llend on
George Klnnear, a contractor of
Portland, passed through llend on
A. D. Morrill, formerly of Pow
ell Butte, was visiting In Iltnd en
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. I.ce Ilouhs,
In Park addition, nn eight and a halt
The Methodist l-adles Aid met at
the home of Mrs. O. A. Thorson on
Charles Snyder has accepted n po
sition with the R. M. Smith Cloth
John Sather returned on Sunday
from Seattle where ho attended
S. C. Caldwell Is assisting In F.
Dement Co.'h storo In the absence
of F. O. Minor.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lawrence left
today for a trip to Silver Lake to bo
gone n few days.
It. W. Henrlonet, of UcmldJI, Min
nesota, hn.B accepted a position with
Myron H. Syraons.
Charles Hniley of Portland nrrlvcd
on Friday to visit n few week with
Di. W. G. Manning.
Mls9 Jenn Inuiun, of Seattle, Is
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Vnehal In Kenwood.
Mrs. J. Alton Thompson and her
daughter, Margaret, woro up from
Tumalo on Snturday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Steldl nnd their
children, Frances and John .left on
Sunday for Seaside.
Horn, nt the Ilcnd hospltn) on
Monday evening to Mr. and Mrs. A.
G. Heudstrom, n girl.
J.- II. Miner and Guy McAllister re
turned on Sunday evening from a
business trip to Yamhill.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Allen of Al-
dale pn the Metollus river aro in
nd on iiUBincss today.
Arising Wilson, a Portland attor
ney, nrid son wero visitors In llend
on Mondny, and Tuesday.
Mrs. O. O. Plcknor arrived from
Portland last Friday to visit with her
sister, Mrs. A. M. I'rlnglo.
C. ,M. Jtedflold was up from Des
chutes Saturday nlghU. Ho left lor
Idaho on Monday morning.
Dwlght M. Davis loft on last
Thursday for Spokano where, ho ex
pcct8 to locato permanently.
D. H. Peoples, of tho Crook Coun
ty Abstrnct Company, of Prlnevllle,
was In Bend today on business.
Judge nnd Mrs. T. B. J. Duffy nr
over from. Prlnevlllo for a visit with
Mr. and Mr. Vernon A. Forbes.
Mr. E, F. McKee nnd son return
ed on Sunday from a three month's
visit at Atlantic City una cnicago.
V. H. Stanloy, of St. Paul, and
Fred Stanley, of Portland, are visit
ing this week at the Stanley ranch.
Th office of tho llend Flour Mill
has been moed from tho south end
of the mill to a place near the new
F. F. Henshaw, of tho water re
sources Hirnnch of tho U. S, Geolog
ical Burvey, was In town on Monday.
J. U. Baton, of Salem, a member
of the Stato Tax Commission, pass
ed through Bend, on Mondny for La
Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Ford nnd
children left last Thursday for const
points by auto through tho McKcnzIo
B. W. Glllett. of Tumalo, left on
Snturday for a visit of several week's
duration In Jown and other eastern
Mr. nnd Mrs. T. H. Foley nnd Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Bogle motored to
Crater lake on Sunday, returning on
The Hantlst Women's Union will
meet on Thursday afternoon nt the
homo of Mrs. McCormack In Aubrey
A. F. Larson la moving tils stock
of fixtures Into the Mutilg building
rooms formerly occupied by B. M.
Mrs. Henry Whltsett nnd children
left on Thursday for Prlnelllo nnd
ltedmond to visit with relatives for
n fow weeks.
L. C. Whltted expects to leave
with his mother nnd ctstor within the
next fow dnys for Florida to bo gono
Miss Norn Motz of Wollsvlllei Mis
souri, arrived In Bond on Monday
evening to visit with Mr. nnd Mrs.
W. L. O'Donnell.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Skuse, Mr.
and Mrs. B. B.. Gould and Ward H.
Cohlo left on Sunday morning for
Portland by auto.
Stanley G. Jowett, of tho Biologi
cal survey, hns been In Bend for tho
last fow days Investigating the re
cent rabies scare.
Mary F. Miller returned last Wed
nesday ovonlng from an extended trip
through Indiana, where 3ho was vis
iting with rclntlves.
Boscon Howard and Claude Mc
Cauley were up from Deschutes to
nttend the Public Service Commis
sion hearing on Mondny.
a. L. Brnreo and J. L. Gibson wero
among tho Powell Butte residents
who were hcru on Monday attend
ing tho C. O. I. hearing.
Paul Hosmer nnd Georgo Vnndc
vert, of Tho Shovlln-Hlxon Company
ofllce nro on their vacations this week
hunting In tho Cascades.
The mercury renched 03 degrees
at tho local weather station on Tues
day. At 2:30 this nftcrnoon tho
tempornturo was 94 degrees.
M. B. Landcs, of Bedmond, was
ono of tho settlers In uttondanco at
tho honrlng before tho Public Servlco
Commission hero on Tuesdny.
Dr. 11. S. Do Armond, of Portland
arrived hero Friday morning to vis
It hlB brother, II. H. Do Armond. Ho
left on his return to Portland Sun
day. Miss Doris il.nymnn, who hns been
visiting with her paronts, Mr. nnd
Mrs. S. B. layman, returned to
Spokano on Sunday evening to attend
Frank Slnnott, Charles Vnn Hoom
Ison and Bobort Fennel, of Portland,
wero guests of Oscar Cnrlson nnd Bd
iLyong ovor Sunday, leaving on Mon
Dr. Carl G. Doncy, president of
Willamette- university, with his fam
ily passed through town Thursday
ovonlng onf'hls return from Crater
Lako. While hero tho party called
on Mr. and Mrs. ryg, Francis, former,
students at tho ulvccsjty.
J. n. Wetmore. who has been with
Tho Shevlln-Ulxon Company this
summer lemes tomorrow night for
Minneapolis where he will cuter
school this fall.
Mrs. N. G. Davis and son Howard
loft on Monday for Tacoma to visit
with relatives nnd will also visit with
a son at Soap Lako, Washington, be
fore their return.
Fletcher Walker, of tho Bed Blver
Lumber Company, Mrs. Wclkcr and
sons of Wcstwood, California, passed
through Bend on Monday on their
way to roruanu.
Mrs. C. W. Thornthwulto nnd
daughter Geraldlno, returned lost
Friday eenlng from n three monthB
visit with relatives In Florida, Geor
gia and MIchlgAn.
F. O. Minor left on Friday night
for Portland with his mother and
Mrs. Minor. Mrs. Minor will also
tslt with his son Kenneth nt llrldnl
vell before his return.
Max M. Donnhoe and J. Coulson,
of Portland, deputy nntlonnl direc
tors of the loyal Order of Moose, are
In Bend this week to arrange for the
formation of a lodge here.
Mr. nnd Mrs. 11. C. Kills. Miss
Mnry Coleman, Miss Jcnnette Cole
man and Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Broster
hoiiB comprised a party that motored
to Crater lake on Sunday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry C. Smith, who
have been visiting In Portland for
sovcrnl weeks, visited with Mr. and
Mrs. N. F. Becd over Sunday. They
left on Mondny for Burns.
Dr. Andrew C. Smith nnd Lansing
Stout, of Portland, were piloted last
week by A. L. Mackintosh In the vi
cinity of Three Fingered Jack, where
thoy spout several days hunting and
Clnrcnco Bcamcs, II. S. district at
torney of Portland, with Mrs. Rcumes
nnd District Attorney Walter Evans,
Mrs. Evans nnd Walter Evans, Jr.,
spent Monday night here on their re
turn from Crnter lake.
Joseph Burnett, n pnlnter In tho
employ of the Bend Flour Mill Co.,
fell from n scnffold on Monday morn
ing sustaining n Hprnlned nnklo and
several bad bruises. He wa taken
to tho Bend Hospital for attention.
B. J. Todd leaves tomorrow even
ing for Portland on n vncntlon. Mrs.
Todd nnd family will return with
Mr. Todd about September 1. Tho
Elite Studio will ho In charge of Mr.
Norcut during Mr. Todd's absence.
C. E. Shepherd, of tho Huron Tim
ber Company, of Portland, arrived
In BenoV"ori Mondny. In company
with C. V. Sllvls. Mr. Shepherd will
make an extended tour of the south
ern pat t of tho Btate, going as far as
W. W. Lawton, of Portland, for
merly a homesteader In the RlaterB
country nnd later with the forest
service, nrrlvcd in Bond Tuesdny
evening to be here n week on busi
ness. This Is Mr. Lawton'fi first vIh
It to Bend stneo he left four years
J. B. Miner Is exhibiting nt his of
flco a hundlo of oatB grown this year
on tho F. G. William Johnson ranch
In Cloverdale. Tho oats Btand more
than six feet In holght nnd the yield
It la estimated will bo 80 bUBhols to
tho ncro. Mr. Johnson haH 50 acres
of onts of this quality under Irriga
tion. After losing IiIb prlro fishing rod
on a trip to Crane Pralrlo and spend
ing many hours hunting for It, M. It.
Parollus gavo It up for lost 10 days
ngo. Sundny ho mode another trip
to the Pralrlo and on having his at
tention attracted to nn object In the
road found It to bo his rod unlnjur-
'Tl3 about Hint time. "When yoa think about Fall nnd
begin to think about your clothes, think that we aro the Brat
place you wr nt to think about. (
Matchless Brand Fall and Winter
Something in Men's clothing that Bute tho pocket book;
$15 and $20. Tfccy will cult you .also It qur.llty.
We can glvo you tho widest ranre of etyku and colora In
tho best 1.00 hat on the market
Our line of fine mack'inawa thie yonr will bo better than
anything wo havo cer carried You bavf an elegrnt selec
tion from which to chooie, $5.0t to $9.00.
We have just received a qoallty shipment of Argonaut
flannel shlrtB with both lay down and military collar Gray,
Olive, navy, blue and kbakl. . X
A. L. FRENCH
THE STORE THAT SETS IKE PACE."
Pans ft ("V
Shirt! aod Dftwtrt
..til UIM ipCCul
House Lining --Special
at per yd....
A good many other Specials we want you to
come and see.
For ECONOA1Y Sake Shop at
BEND'S ECONOMY CENTER
It's True Economy lo buy Mer
chandise of the Better Kind at
the Low Prices prevailing here.
You're SURE of the VALUES if
you buy at MANNHEIMER'S.
NEW WOOL DKESS GOODS
18 TO B4 INCH RKIUJKR, YD. . . .SI, t.l, 3I.M, $1.50
54 l.NCH HKKNai SKIttilJ IV Nl-JW l'AI.li SHANKS
54 INCH lMH'BIii: X)1U GAllAUUIN!! XliW AND
WANTED SHADES ., JJ2.00
50 INCH Ahli AVOOIi SHKl'HKHD I'M IDS PKIt
YAHD $1.50, $1.W, $1.75
54 INCH COATINGS, YAKD S'-'.OO and $2.75
!Ul INCH ClIIMHttiX'S HCHOOI. Kl'ITINGS VD. 50o, UOe
NEW DRAPERY CRETONNES
jit l.V, l5c, illlo, rc, 10c YAtU)
Ot'H SIIjK DKI'AUTMKNT OWKltS ONLY DEPEND.
ADIiK SIliKS AT PK1CKK AWAY IlKLOW TODAY'S
MAKKET liOOK EUSEWHKHE DKKOIIK YOU 11UY:
THEN LET VH SHOW YOU THE SAYINGS AFPOKDEU
1IY Pl'HCHASlNO HKKE
NEW !l INCH TA1-TETA SOKT FINISH, YD. . . .$1.05
ilU INCH HUCKSKIN llliACK TAFFETA, YD $1.85
40 INCH AVIIilOW TAFFETA, YD $8.25
!0 INCH llUVCK MESS.liINE, YD IJI.U5
IF YOP CONTE.MPUTE IllIYIMI HliANKBTS,
COMFOltTI'.ItS, VAlAi UNDEHWRVH. HOSIERY, K7TO.,
THE SAVINGS AFFOHDED IIKKK, Wlhb PAY YOU 1)
IK)K HEHE DKFOItE MAKING YOl'H PUIICIIASEH
THE NEW FACL,
WIMi HE HEADY I'Olt YOU IN A FEW DAYS.
PUH'ES $:.5) to $0.00
A Mi SIZES 2J 'IX) H -Alili WIDTHS A TO I J.
EXPEUT FITriNG AKSIHED.
STOP AND SHOP AT
Watch Us Grow
e.d nlthouKh "scorefl of automnblleH
hud passed over It.
200 HOUSES SHIPPED IN.
Soth Stooky, n Mock man of Ultt
vlllo. WnshlnKton, nrrlved In llend
this morning with 200 head or work
horses which ho will tuku to the
rango about G5 miles south of llend.
It U understood that Mr, Stooky will
take up considerable laud In Centrul
Gosney'H havo leased tho Plerco
Hand envu. Tho lutit sand on the
market. I.eavu orders nt GeorRon
barber shop. .2 Ml
Thn llulp-u-riiono will Ik nent tih
cny address prcpuld In Kend and vi
cinity ou receipt of $3.00 Addrcmti
Tho Deschutes Merchandising C).,
Ilcnd, OreKon. 24tfo
GOOD MEALS AT THE
EVDtYBODY WELCOME, MEALS 35c
Alice I). Spahlinn, Proprietor
New Bedding and
AiiticIputinK mi inuuiiittl tUnnAiit for nit dort of 1Iii mid
Ikhiik funiUMnKN, "' luvn aUfcArxl twniUy with romforlH, bUiketM,
hhH-t, pillow vuhiti, toivrlx, rtc., ni mMx-lilIy niuit to lUl-onltTM
fir iiMiinliiK Iioiim, holi-I. mui!' privtito Iioiikx. Our fJtt'-uuw
ItirKel)' U tho iHHIr Krudt'w arid birder nittt unl liatlnc iiumH Umi
purt'liUM n kxxI )h Imm-U, tuti Mill uhl to Ue joii i-ith 'vprj
IlI'MI' tt mI jcur'h. I
All our CiimforliTH ur ill.
furtila pmlurt, lllltl wlUi
liiinrlttl Volley cotton and
lllllnp luitn (Ikiiii lo
(IKIeu-nt HclKhtJt und Mzx
liich ll 75, $2, 2.25. $2.50
iMticn fclit-H, lnviy truiU-rlaU
in ttiii, hihiI umi rottoii,
wmI tlnlili, liciiiiuK, ftutl or.
my ItluiikHx, pnlr $f'l5,
c:, $2.75, $:, tfil,"M to 75)
of good llluU-Hial w l(ln Mldtll
Hlu-h 720O vacli . . 75c
Kins H!0 Mich . . . 00c
Torn iui( I liemmcd of lik-B
Sli.) I'JiilO -uili J,tc
Hli l.'KitM suli 25
We are rmrjliu; In Uck PViiot hliortlnjc nnd (iiblntf, OokJon
Stain f.lieMltiK, tubing ami cMlng und Indhui llud tublntf la all
vldtli uid prictw.
E. A. Sather