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be in the
These Foods will help to do its
Hess Stock Foods
International Stock Foods
Dr. Roberts Stock Foods
Security Stock Foods
'LOCAL nkws items
(From WmlnoHdny'a Dally.)
I.iio '.uinwnlt, of KmliiHiiiiI, wait In
Iloud hint night.
A. V. Ilnnuiy, of Tuiiinlu, spent
yesterday In Ilmul.
II. F. HwIiikIo, of Fleetwood, won
Id tho nlty yesterday.
Mm. I'. II. Coffey, or llnilhors,
spent Iniil night In lleud.
. J. II. Taylor lit npnndliiK tho day
In Ilmul, from his home at Hlstors.
J. Ildwnrd Larson linn returned to
- llnnd from u hualiieea trip to lliiniK,
Lao A. Tlimtiaa returned thin iiuirn
Ihk from n buslueaa trip to Port
land, p. II. JobtHWH, of MIIIIchh, U In
tho dlty todny ImiklHK attar busluaas
I'. V. Mofefll linn Umn rKlterad
at tho Multnomah hotel In Portland
A. M. Prlng!" and (' 8. HadaeH
left I hi morning oh a bHelaa trip
. Parry A. Mouth and family ar In
IhiI today from the rnnnr station
It. II, Mutslg, of Cortland, owner
of consldnrablH prprty In Hand, I
In tho elty today on limine.
John W. Dennla nttorHud to his
liomn In Misters Ihl morning, after
KpMiidlNK tlm last two daya In llnnd.
. It, If. Rmlth, roiiHty rowwhwIoMwr,
waa In Hand Unlay from hi hum In
nadrnnnd, to attend the seealott of tho
ii nly emirt.
J. W. Cmwford. J. Crawford ami
, J. Omwford, Jr.. II. C. Frenrk. W.
1. ()lsOH ami Mod Connor, of
Hums, ara la tho rlf.
Cbarkw W. BraslHt. returned to
Head tkta worKlHR from The IfuUee,
where 1 1 waa ealled to take rr ut
IiunIhmmi arlalHK at the laHd offlc.
William I. llnpkliiH, or MiHikana,
who haa mnlrartMl for tin ontpul
of Ilia Oardnar-Wllklnaon mill, la In
Hand lo4ay eonfarrluK with It. It.
(tanlaar. who la hrr from Portland
for tha puriHMH..
OoorK M. Youhk baa rturnd
from tha l.onr llrlilRa and Clovwr
iIuIh Htx-tlon, whwro ha rompUtatt a
aiirvey to ha nfd In (Iik IIkIiI hy iwt-
tlera nKulnat tho patltlon of tha
Kuaw t'rcew IrrlRatJou coidpauy, to j
lueronnu IrrlRallon rales.
OMllnVrtn CUtkf ;
without helm: uncoinforlaliliv
rlothea that comhluo both ntjlo nml
Society Brand Clothes
for young men and men Mho atuy youuir, Thero la n dlNtluctlvo
iii'mh lo thcNo tiothoa that Htiuunx tho man wu wears them iih well
droal.ed, without IioIiik nil "ilitseii up," And thero la Just its much
comfort lu tluiM) clothes as thero la ntjle.
A. L. FRENCH, The Men's Toggery
1 1 THE STOKE THAT SETS THE PACE)"
(I'rom Tuimilny'H Dally.)
Mm. M. Wonvor, of Hcdiiioiul,
npnnt hint iiIkIiI In Itniid.
Mm. Jako Hook, of Hampton, In
a vlxllor In tho city today.
H. It. (Inrdimr In In tho city today
from tho Ourdnnr-Wllklnnoii mill.
KrnnnU Lnmhortl loft lant nl)it
for n thruo wunka' trip throtiKh
HprltiKfliild, Oro., mid California.
Mr. and Mm. 1'. M. Thoinpnon and
J. II. Morion, of Itlloy, arrived In
llnnd taut nlKht unit nro atoppltii;
TIih I'ronhytorlnu Ir1Im' Guild
will iniMit with Mm. W. II. Martin
nt hnr honiH In Wloatorln toiuornw
aflarnoon at 1:30.
It. I). Oilaon la In I-a.Onuul al
taudliiK tho eoHVHiitlon of Modarn
U'iMHlinn. Mr. Oilaon la makliiK an
of fort to lirlnK tha 1MJ0 coMvaHtlon
Mm. Myrtla Krdand and aon, who
hava haan vlaltliii: at tho homa of
Mr. and Mm. A. I.. Frartcli'lB ilftir
city for aavarnl wwaka paat, Itift till
moniliiK for Mpokntia. and will later
rt urn to their homo In Lincoln,
(Prom Monday 'a Daily.)
II. M. Xtphna apant tha wank and
Daputy ttharlff AukiihI A. Andwr
Min apnt Hunday In Itmliiuind.
I. V. Moffatt left laat nli'.ht on a
Imatntai atrip to Sinn tt la.
Mra. Inaz I'amtt haa purrhaaad tha
mllllnary atoro on Wall atraHt for
marly ownad hy Mm. M. I,. Damtlnn.
II. J. Ovarturf haa mlurmal from
Portland, whara ha attainted tha Mate
i;mxI roada convantlon.
II. (I. Iavla, I. DauRhtry and T. IS.
J. Duffy, of I'rlHavllla. want vlaltora
In Hand Maturday nlKht.
Coitnty Dark J. II. Ilanar apant
tha witak aail In Hand, raturiiliiK laat
night to I'rlnavllla. wbara ha la trana
acrlblHK tha Daachutaa country ra
corda. Mum Ilaaal lulllvan. Mm. J. II.
Union. Mlaa Dolly llialRaa and Mhw
llarrlatt MtCiiHH vlltd In Hand ovar
tha wk and from I'rlnavllla.
Mlaa (iludya Chlhlara. Mliw Oano-
vlava I low aril und Mlna Hautrlea
Stephanson, of I .a I'lne. worn lu Iloud
lo Iny In jour AOimmVr needs
will make It uilitlity uncoin
furtnblo for j on mile you
make jour rluiiiKO In under
wear conform with that of tint
l.KT I'H KNI.UlllTKN VOL'
on Nome of our now union miUk,
iiiudo in Mimmur wcIkIiIn, for
comfort, rouvenleucu unit all
$11.25 o $11.50
It la n task for hoiiio men to find
I.I-Ih our giMid rortiiuo
Otto llollndor, of Pnlslny, In spend
ing tho da In rioiul 'lodklifi; after
Mr uyil Mih. T. A. McCanti nro llio
piiionlK or ii buby Itoy, born this
morning nt tho llmid hospital,
Dtirvln T. OIIhoii Ann started nt
tho llnnd poslofflco mi auxiliary clnrk.
Ho will liii plncod on tho ronuliir
form In July.
Mr. nml Mm. I'. DokIii, ot this
city, nro receiving eoiiKriUulHtloim
over tho nrrlvnl of n 10 pound Imby
girl. Mother nml daughter nro both
reported to ho doing well. '-
(From Haturday'a Dully.)
A. W. Johnnou, of Fife, In in thij
Arthur (loo, of I,a Pino, apuut laaC
nlKht In Hand, ,
J. W. Hunch, or Fort Ilock, In vlnlt
Iiik In Iloud todny.
Mra. Joneph Innoa la confined to
hor homo hy lllncnn.
Akiich Hpoludlor, or Fremont, In u
kiiiihI In tho city todny.
O. M. Flntharg, or Mctollua, ar
rived In lleud laat nlKht.
Jack IJotk, of l.a I'luo, wan In tho
city lanl iiIkIU on hunlncin.
Carl M. Ohco wnn In tho city lant
ulRlit from hln homo nt Motollun,
Mr. nml Mrn, F. N, Tomnn, of La
IMuo, nro vlnltltiK Irlondn In Ilcnd.
Clumtor Ilolllnnhcad, or La I'luo,
In npundliiK thn day In Ilcnd on bun
Intfii. I'orry Rmlth arrived lu llnnd thin
afternoon from tho Croncont runner
K J. Monro In upending tho day
lu Jlcnd on hunluvnn from hln homo
Mr. and Mm. Frail N. Wallnco, of
Tumalo, wero In Hend laat nlclit to
attend the Hod Croirn mvetliiK.
II. J. Ovarturf left laat nlnlit for
I'nrtland to nttand tha khmI roadn
maatliiK achwlulad for that city to
day. It. X. Iluchwnltar. A. K. Ilanlater
and William Koenlg ara I'alnloy ran
Idnnta who arrived In Horn! lant
' Frank" 8 SUtharland wnn awarded
tha ganaral contract lant nlr.ht for
tho O'Donuell theater hulldliiK, to
bo orMlod on Wall atreot.
W. O. Harrlman, U. 8. foront ran
j;nr from Fort Hock, waa lu Hand
yoaterday connultlmc with Ruporvlnor
W. (I. HaitlURn, In regard to forest
(From Krldny'a Dolly.)
Clauda Haniou, uf I .a Pine, Ii In
tha city today.
Mra. V. Pnraoni, of Imperial, la
vlaltlHR In tau ally today.
N. II. Pay ho waa In Hand yealer
day from hla homa nt Culver.
A. W. Johnaon I lu tha city today
on htmluaaa from hla homa lu Pita.
I'ote Harnaa, of Prinavllla, waa a
bualiiMa vlattor In tha ally lait nlnlit
Martin Ilatlmayar, of ltlvera, waa
In Itcad yeatardny on laud buHlneaa.
W. O. Harrlman and family, of
Port Hock, ara apaudliiK tho day In
WIibh In Portland Tuaatlay, Prank
K. I'linca waa raKtaterail at Hotel
I.oula Haaier, fiaatlla architect, la
a builnaaa trip for Portland.
I.a A. Thomas loft laat night on
lu Hand today on bunliieiw.
II. J. Ovorturf lenvoa tonleht to (
ottaud VllH Kood roads conferonco to
bo held In Portland tomorrow. j
K. It. Hlndman, or Sliver Lako, is
lQokliiB after buslueaa matters lu
Iluml today, ,
Mr. and Mra. Oscar CarlRon have
returned lo Ilend from n wcddtiiK
trip to count polnta. j
.1. R.'Kaaaott, who camo horo ro-'
cgtitly from Minnesota, has filed on '
a homestead near Ilrooklims.
Mr. and Mr. C. P. NiswoiiKer have
returned to lleud from ChlciiKO,
Where they attended tho funcrnl or
Mth. Nlawongor'a father.
Jtms Hilton, of Prlnevlllo, haa en-'
listed lu the United Statoa army and '
will leavo from Ilend tomorrow to ro-1
port nt Portland. I
The IIoo-Hoo danco to bo held nt .
tho Kmblem club 'tonight, will not
begin until 9 o'clock on account of
tho Hod Cross meeting at tho Hip-
Mrs. U A. Shaffer, or Portland, la i
In tho city and will bo Joined soon
by her two uoua. Thoy will make
tholr homo in llund or lu tho vl-i
Mra. Kathleen O'Hrlon, who has
been visiting fur some time at tho
homo or hor brother, A. J, Kroenort, '
concluded a ploaaaut stay In llond I
yesterday whon alio loft for her homo
Tho outbound Oregon Trunk train
will bo held tonight until 0:30 p. in,
Tho request was mado by persona
who deslrod to attend tho Itcd CrosB
mooting tonight, yet who desired to
leave "on tho ovonlng train,
liny Franks and 1). L. RobortB,
who li'iivo boon vlsttlng In Ilend far
tho past three- months as guostB nt
tho homo ot Mr, Franks' mothor,
Mrs. M. J. Main, loft this morning
ror Contor, Colorado.
(From ThurBduy'8 Dally.)
II. Fries, or Hums, Is In tho city
Helntor Wnklt)iul, ot SUvor Lako,
Is n Uoml visitor today.
Goorgo llalloy was In Ilond Inst
(night from his homo In l'llnovlllc
A. T, Reynolds, of Bonttle, in In
Komi for a fow days, ami may locate
Ma mil Aubrey won In Ilond thin
morning from his ranch In tho Turn
W. H. I'ornytho. of Metblltin, anont
liiNt nlitlit In tho city looking nftor
Mm. Wwiloy V, Hnydor, W. II.
Wiiodii, J. II. Morton and K. II. Tel
for, of IluniN, ore spending tho day
OF 1.L0YD H. MAGILL
Well Kimwii Votini; ('oiiplo .Married
Iju.1 Mxlit Will Mukn Their
Hume In Ileml.
(From Weduowlay'n Dally.)
Lloyd II. MarIII and Mian Orota
Mao Hmlth were (ultly married lant
ovnnlnic by Iter. H. C. Hnrtranft at
hln homo on Louisiana ntrcet. Only
a row or tho Immedluto frleiula or
tho brldo und groom wero prenont
at tho wedding ceremony. Mr. and
Mrn. Mnclll left on Inst nlicht'n train
for Hcnttlo whore thoy will apend a
part or their honeymoon anil will
ntop lu Portland, whore Mrs. Maglll'a
mother renldea, for a few days' villi,
after which thoy will return to Ilend.
Mr. Mnclll Is well known In Hand
nml vicinity hnvlnc been In tho drug
business since, ho en mo to Ilend
Last October no became Identified
with the frlm of Mai;lll & Kmkluc,
ilniRKlsts. Ho In n Kraduato of tho
OroKon Agricultural College. Mrn.
Maglll has been a realdent or Ilend
for a little nioro than a year, and
during her residence has been assoc
iated with the Oregon Transfer com
WEDDING IS HELD
(From Wmlnoeday'B Dally.)
J. W Hlake and Mlaa Daisy Mr-
Cutehmui, or Hand, war married
last night at the Presbyterian par
sonage, Iter. 11, (' llarlranft, pastor
Will buy any
one of these:
Tin Wash Basin
Tin Milk Pan
Enameled Pic Pan
Clean Cut Cake Pan
Small 'Flour Sifter
Toilet Paper Holder
Aluminum Tea Ball
Aluminum Coffee Per
colator Aluminum Doughnut
Aluminum Salt or Pep
Aluminum Jar Filler
Aluminum Napkin Ring
and hundreds of other
We Keep the Cost of
Bend's Economy Center
Presenting the most re
cent and popular models
for street and motor wear
Ladies' Sjlk Poplin Cravenetted
Sport, Styles, nt 82.25. $2.50, 82.75, 8Ji.OO
P'igurcd and striped effects 75c to $2.00
Others at 50e, GOc, 05c
New shipment just in by express.
New checks, plaid nnd mixtures, also
blue serge, nt 50c
Others at Cue, C5e
At 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50
Men's New Light Weight Felt Hats
in the new shades of green, brown, tnn
gray, at $2.50, SB.OO
New Gardon Hats, ut $3.50
Boys and Girls Straw Hats
at.. 25c, J15c, 50c, GOc, 05c, 75c nnd up to $2
or the church. oftlclatlnB. Only
members or the families of bride and
groom were preacnt. Mr. and Mrs.
Ulako will make their home In this
QUIET WEDDING HELD
FOR REDMOND COUPLE
(From Tueeday'a Dally.)
Sam Hitter and Mlaa Delia Oaborn,
both ot Hedmond, were united in
marrlawe at 11 o'clock thla morn
ing by Hev. II. C. Hartranft. paator
ot the Hand Proabytorian church, In
hla study. Only Immediate friends
wore present. Mr. and Mra. Hitter
ara returning to Redmond at once
to take up residence on their ranch.
MANY PUPILS TO TRY
(From Wednesday's TOally.)
One hundred and seventy-five pu
pils In the eighth grado In tho Dee
chutoa county achoola will take the
state examinations Juno 17 and IS,
Superintendent J. Alton Thompaon
announcod this morning.
$58,852 TURNOVER IS
MADE ON COUNTY TAX
(From Thursday's Dally.)
Tho second turn-ovor ou tax col
lections was mado today from tho of
fice or Sheriff S. K. Roberta to
Treasurer Clyde McKay. The amount
waa $6S,SD2,G2, the first Install
ment paid ovor bolug $16,000,
HENRY A. HORNING
CLAIMED BY DEATH
Xui-mcs Child Through Pneumonia,
Contracts finmo Dlocnso and Pars
es After u ltrlcf Illnes.
(From Wednesday's pally.)
Henry A. Horning, aged 30 years,
it recent arrival In Hond, dlod yestor-
day aftoruoon, death coming- as tho
ircsuit or n severe attacK or pnoumon
1 In. Ho is Burvlvcd'by a wife and two
bnblos, who nro lott practically with
Mr. Horning was born July 13,
1SS1", In Wisconsin, and had lived
in Corvnllls previous to coming to
Hond n mouth ago. Attor nursing
one or his children through an at
tack of puoumonla, ho contracted tho
It is oxpectod that funeral services
will be held tomorrow afternoon,
ruv W. C. Stowart, of tho Methodist
Four chairs at your service at the
Metropolitan. No waiting. Adv.
TO BANQUET MAY 1G
Mun Member of tho Ilend IUkJi
School CimiluutliiK do Will
He GucMn or HoHor.
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
May 16 la the date that haa been
set by tha University Club Council
for its next banquet which will be
held at the Pilot Dutte Ian. At thla
banquet tho men members of tho
Hand high school will bo ontertalned
as guests ot honor. A special cab
aret program la boing planned by the
committee in charge ot this feature
CAItl) OF TIIA.VKK.
Wo wish to express our sincere
thanks to tho many neighbors and
friends who did sp much for Us dur
ing tho sickness and at tho death oC
our beloved sUter; 0)39 ror the
beautiful (lowers, and for all services
so freely rendorcd.
Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Donson,
Mrs. N. L. Hlgglns,
Miss M. A. Ilenson,
Mr. nnd Mrs. P. II. Donson
t'.U.Ij FOR COUNTY WARRANTS
Notice Is hereby given that Des
oounty registered warrants 1 to 49.
Inclusive, uro called for payment at
tho County Treasurer's office. In
terest stops on and after May 4, 1917
CM'DK M. McKAY,
Deschutes County Treasurer,
F. Q. Cutllp and C. T. Shotterly
have purchased the Central Oregon
Oarage In Redmond and will oporato
It in partnership. They have also
purchasod tho Khret building and will
remodel it for garago purposes. They
have the agoncy for Dort. Reo, Cole
Bight, aud Marmon cars for this ter
ritory. NOTICi: TO CRHUITORS
Notlco Is hereby given that
undorslgned has been by tho County
Court ot Dosohutos County, Oregon.,
appointed administrator ot tho estate
ot Lillian F. Cobb, deceased, aud alt
persons having .claims against said
estate nro hproby roqulrcd to pre
sent tho same with, proper vouchors
to the undersigned at his qfflco lu
Rend, DeacliutQS.' County, Oregon,
within six months aftor tho duto ot
Datod this SCth day ot April, 1917.
Administrator or the Bstato ot
Lillian F. Cobb. Doceased. 8-II0
Seo Edwards for good house paint
NOTICK qilHAMtillY PATRONS
Tho Central Orogon Fnnnora
Creamery will horoaUcr pay Its pa
trons tor their cream twlco a mouth