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REED Sb HORTON, W'J?
LOCAL NEWS ITE.MS
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Howard (Jova Is In Hend today
(!. H. llmisnu Hindu a busliioss (rip
trip to I'rliitivlllii lodny.
Mrs. II. rurroll In visiting with
friends In DunrhuloM today.
Mr. and Mm. J. J. llalloy, of
llrotln-rn, urn In Hut rlty toduy.
K. I.. Ulurk, of l.u I'lni. was u bus
"f liumn visitor In llmid ytRljrduy.
Miss Ilttrlhn Dlshou loft this morn
Iiik for Walla Wullu on lir vacation.
Harrison litliutn mturui'd till
iiiornliiK from n business trip to I'urt
t A. L. Mackintosh rturnod Hi In
morning from a busliikM trip to
MIkm (luntivluva MacI.atirlH left
this morning for Hpokano fur a lew
Mm. Mnurleo ('ashman lft IliU
iiiornliiK for Onloway to visit with
Inir parent fur n few days.
A. J. ICroonnrt roturnwl this
, moaning from Portland ami Hlmi
whnrn Im want on business
A. W. Footo, who arrival In Hand
ylial wiuk front Woodtiurn, Oregon,
- linn opmicd a idion shop on Wall
II. J. Ovorturf returned thli morn
ing rrom Portland, whom he attend
d t,h" meeting of thu Ktntu High-
.. way. commission.
II. 'J. Ovorturf wont to I'ortlund
last nlKlil on business.
A. I) .Low I In In town today from
hl up river ranch.
Mr. and Mm. John Cunningham
left Inst night for I'ortlund.
Mm. John Hrhorror und daughter
l.ydlu luft hint night for Underwood,
WllSlllllgtOII, where tlif)' will vlnlt
for 11 low wct'ks.
Mr. and Mm. F. I.. Hhaw, of Mis
ters, urn llnd vliiltora today.
It. J. Wetmoro luft tliln morning
for u few days visit In Portland.
John A. Monro, of Port Hock, Is
a business visitor In llmid today.
CIibs. W. Kmklno returned thin
morning from n buslm-sn trip to Tim
Horn, to Mr. and Mm. Prank It.
Prlnro, Monday, un eight and one
half pound hoy.
Paul ('. Rutherford, of Mlnuenp
oIIn, arrived till iiiornliiK for a atiort
vlnlt with hln cousin, Mis Charlotte
Ueorgo Lowell wan In town today
announcing a big daucn to Im given
at tint Mo.Vaughl mill Katurday
Mr. und Mm. i. It. Jones lft tills
morning for Portland by nuto to at
tend the Honn Festival for tho next
few da) a.
Claudo Vandovort, Arthur Vande
vert and Grace Vandovort loft thin
inronlug far Portland, whero they
will attend tho Rose Festival.
Kvorctl II. Ilrandotiburg returned
A marriage license won Issued yes- yesterday from Bugene, where ho has
torday afternoon to Arthur W. Moti- been attending thu Kugrne high
dorf and Union M. Iloyn. both of , ncliool for tho lant nlno nionthi.
Seattle. Mini Hays In vlmltlnr bwr l J. O.-Hhortm Inft ymlfnlay morn
paronln, who renldo In Ilvnd. J Inn for Portland un a delegate to
I.. Dieter, pllrher for the Hhevllifl tin Rrnnd IixIrou of Manoun and
Jllxon team, who wan orrft.d In , lloyal Arch Mononn, IicIiir lielil III
l.u Pluu yunturday on a clinrci of
nklpphiR bin board bill at tho Mill
vlow hotel, linn nettled the bill of
124 und wilt bo ullowed to toiitlnuu
on hln way to Klumath Kalln.
mlnilon. It frluijirf to obtulii fuii'dn
for rondii In thin niK'tlpn nt thin tiitigt
Iiik of the commlnnlon,
W, I'Dlnkoy nnd Corloton Hwltt,
or tho Portland Cuttlo ft Loan Com
pany, of Portliuid, uro In Hand today
on hunluoftN, Mr. Hwlft In vlco-prcn-Ident
nnd Mr, Ulokoy u dlructor of
(hu Qviitral.OreKoii Hunk,
H, M, Norton, ut tho Mrookv-Bgan
Ion Lumber (.'oiimanv. ruturned .ven
tonliiy mornliiR from a flvo woolu
vrtcutloii (rip to Mlnuoapolln, Mm,
Norton itud baby will remain In tho
oiint for at lennt two monthn.
L, Dletorn, pitcher for tint Hlmvlln
lllxou bunuball tcum, wan firrtnted
Innt nlRht nt La Plttn upon Inforraa
tlou of thu Mlllvlow Hotel cliarRl
with beatlnR n board bill contractud
ut that place. Dlistom will bo tried
hero upon hln ruluru.
(From TiiHduy' DalbM
J. Kdwurd Irnon If In Portland
thin wek on hunluenn
Portland thin week.
J. A. Hrluklry returned yentcrday
from thu Crenrcnt vicinity, where ho
ban bvn doliiK coiinldurubln amount
of land clannlflcatlon work In the
(DeiKhuton National forotit.
County JudRo llarnen went to
Portland lant ulRht to bo preneut at
a meftiiu: of tho State IliKhway Coin
(From Monday'a Dully.)
(Maudo llmiBOii In u vlnltor In Iloud
from l.u Pino.
A. J. Kroeuort loft lant nlRht for
a bunlucnn irlp to I'ortlund and Ha
letn. Mm. N. F. Itoed rnlurnod Buturday
aveiiliiR from a weok'n vlnlt with
rolutlvon In Ilurnn.
A mnrrlnRo llcenno wan wrantod to
day to Viola M. Hrnltu and richer
C. Loruii, of llarnen, OreRou,
HorRrunt Charlen Duvln (envoi to
day for Mudrun und Culver where ho
will do ainu rocrultliiR work.
W. F. Arnold, of Lu Pine, former
editor of the Lu Pino IntorMountaln,
In lu llmid today oil bunlncMi.
F. A. Douty, or Portland, of the
Multnomah Lumber and llox Com
pany, In In Ilund today on bunlnenn.
Henry N. Fowler, of Thu Hullotln
ntuff, left Katurduy nlRht for a rinlt
with hln purniiln ut Hpray, OrrRou
V. V. Hurpliam loft tliln mornlnR
(or Davln and Udell lake where he
will bo etiRURed for nuverul day ru
.Sheriff B. K. Iloberta loft thin
mornliiR with hln family for Portland,
where ho will attend tho convention
of county nhorlffn.
C. O. Wade, recently of OroRon
City, linn purchased the Depot Hotel,
operated by J. H. Clement. Mr. Wado
will take ponseanlon at oucu.
J. II. Queat, prvaldont-mauuRer of
tho McCloud Hirer Lumber Com
pany, of McCloud, California, arrived
Saturday nlRht to Join tho party ot
C. IV BcarborouRh will open n
tentaurant In tho rooms formerly oc
cupied by P. K. Cham In tho Johnion
bulldliiR. Tho room In being remod
eled for thut purpose.
OUR. LONG SUIT
Ladies' Mahogany Ki(totj.M :. $7.75
Patent Kid Uppers ...& 56.75
Wliito Nubuck $7.95
White Canvas $1.00 $4.75 $6.25
Black Kid, white tops $7.85
Black Kid, cloth tops $4.15 $5.50
Black Kid, grey tops M $7.35
Russian Calf, tan M : $8.25
Gi'oy Kid - $8.25
These are our Best Qualities. We have them cheap
er, $1.75, $2.15 $2.75 $3.00 $3.25. Widths from A to F
Peter's Leather, throughout Shoes for Men Abso
lutely Guaranteed Satisfaction.
Mayer's Uonorbilt Shoes for Boys.
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We nre going to have a
I. Bij Two-Day Celebnttion
n Big Circus and a Big
fflend 'a Economy Center
(From Bufurday'a Dally)
N, D. Drown ,of Hampton, !n In
Fred Cronemyer, ol Kodmond, .wan
in tlie city hint nlRht.
Mr. and Mm. K. J. Carney leavo
tonlRht lor Bwannon Hay, II. C.
Mm. F. N. Clark In Martin on a
trip to Kvorett, WanhlnRton, tonlRht.
J. Kdwurd Laraon and aon, Don
ald, are In Portland, for a few days.
!,)) A. Tlioinas ban roturnt'd to
llond from a bunlnens trip to I?ort
Jand. U. K. Pcnrona In a vlnltor In Hend
Ilnnd today from hln 'homo at Fort
II. It. (lurdner, of tho Gardner
Wllklnnon mill, In In the city toduy
D. '.. Hoblnet nnd J. W. Thorn and
fnmlly uro vlnltors In tho city rrom
Hllvvr Luku toduy.
I). T. Curmody and Dr. IJ. Fcrrcll
will leuvo Sunday or Monday on nn
auto trip to Portland.
Thornan A. KwIiir, of Holyat, in
npendliiR tho day In Hum) looklnR
after bunlnenn mattem.
Mliw Lucretla Hyan In expected
homo toduy from Thu.Dallon where
nho ban been attondlnR school for
the lant nine monthn.
William P. DownlnR and family
will louvu tomorrow morning lu their
car on a two weeks' vacation trip to
Portland and other points.
Mm. II. C. Plorco. or Bt. Paul, Is
vlnltliiR Mm. It. B. Linton ut her homo
on CotiRrcns street. Mm. Pierce has
been vUHIiir In California and Is
now on her way back to St. Paul.
Mr. and Mm. Archie Myum, Mr.
and Mm. Jack Stanley und Mr. and
Mm. John Campbell left this mornliiR
on a flnhlnR trip up the Deschutes.
Mr. and Mm. Campbell and Mr. and
Mrs. Myem will motor to Portland
r Carl I). -.Bhtfomokcr, staid i rfatoo I x
Warden, passed through Hond ast;(
nlRht on his way to Portland, after ' II
Kiamuth mill Lako county soctlons,
F. M, Prlnco, C, T. Jaffray, II. C.
Clarko, F. P. Hlxon und K, L, Cur
ponler, rnprenentntlves of tho Hhuvlln
Intercut, leavo tonlRht after a nv
erul days' Inspection of tho lor.nl
Heavy snows In tho Cascades com
pelled ChuH. Huchunun, Theodora
Bwannon, W. Hnrkncss and W. A.
Heaver, ull of Hond, to turn back
Irom their Intended trip across tho
Cuscades on horseback. Tho men
report rrom 12 to 30 feet of snow
lu thn Hroknn Top vicinity,
a weeks trip of Inspection In the
Final Clearance of all
Ladies9 Suits, Wool
Dresses, Silk Dresses
and Wool Skirts
Ladies' Suits 33 1-3 of Marked Price
Ladies' Silk Dresses 33 1-3 off Marked Price
Ladies' Wool Dresses 33 1-3 off Marked Price
Ladies' Skirts 33 1-3 off Marked Price
THE BALANCE OF OUR LADIES' WOOL
COATS AT HALF-PRICE
Kayser's Lisle Knit Union
Kayser's Lisle Knit Union Suits $1.15 $1.25
Kayser Lisle Knit Union Suits . 65c 75c suit
Kayser Ribbed Vests 30c 35c 40c ea.
Other Vests 10c 12ic 15c 20c 25c ea.
Dove Undermuslins are here exclusively.
Fpur chains at your service at the
Metropolitan. No waltlnR. Adv.
STOP AND SHOP AT
THE BEST PLACE TO TRADE AFTER ALL
60 DAYS TO FINISH
POWER PLANT UNIT
Machinery HhlpmcntK Delay, Hut
Construction Work -Near Com
pletion Cost $30,000.
(From Tuesday's Daily.)
"Work on the new $30,000 unit
of the Hend Water, Light & Power
Company's electrical plant Is being
brought to completion as fast as pos
sible," said T. H. Foley, manager,
this mornlnR. The cement and other
construction work will be ready with
in a row days, but, due to difficulty
In securing machinery shipments, tho
plant will not be In operation before
CO days. Fifteen men are being em
ployed on the work at present.
Tho new unit Is betiiR built ad
joining the company's present plant.
Last year an $18,000 unit was added.
T.IKKS CATTLE TO PRAIRIE
(From Wednesday's Daily.)
R. E. Grimes and crew of men have
cone to Crano Prairie with 300 head
of cattle which will bo fed on the.
prairie during the summer months.
To the Public
The Annual -June Clearance Sale
of the Golden Rule Store will
close Saturday Night, June 16,
at 1 0 o'clock P. M. This is your
last opportunity to purchase seas
onable merchandise at a great
reduction. . '. '
THE GOLDEN RULE