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nPJND IIUMiKTINi JIKNTW, QIIFA10X, TJHitHlAY. MAY H, foil)
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
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(From Wflilnomlny'n Dully.)
W. 0. Ltickoy of llurim was In
Jloml limt night.
Mm. U. J. Tuylor of 1'ulnley In
HIIUIIfllllK thii iluy lii.Iluiul,
limit (I, "Morgan ill In lliu city today
from hor lioinu til Mllllcuu.
Mr. anil Mm. J, U. Jluntor urn on
mi unto trip to Hood Hlvor.
L. II. Ilalnl linn rittiirnud frum nn
ituto trip to Portland,
Mr, mid Mm. M. It, HIkkm motored
to llond from Prlnovlllu limt night.
J. 0. tllliluu of Kent, Vollii rupro
Hontatlvo, In In Ilend today on a
W, II. I)hkkjU of Kodtiiniid In In
Jloud today on bunlnuim with tho Do
nchutoH county court,
Lester J, Hull of Ilodinoud I In
tin) city today from tho county ugrl
1). II. Peoples loft tlilH mornliiK
"for Prlnnvlllu, Intending to Hpund tho
lay In that city on IiukIiiohh
T. II. Foley returned thin morn
Iiik front a wnok'n business trip to
Portland and flnlcm.
Karl 0. lions, munugur of tho J,
, 'Ci Penney Htont In Tho Ha 1 1 oh Ih In
tho city on hunlnon.
Mm. A. M. Lara, formerly of thin
city In visiting Imru from hor homnJ
Harry Alt of thin city unllstiul
today In tho U, H. navy an hand
man, and will leave tonight for Hun
IIlKh Hchool Principal Joluiiion
left hint iiIkIU for Eugene, uccoin
panytiiK (leorgu Curtis and Wllllum
WllllaniN, mumhom of thu debuting
I on hi, who will meet thv Ashland do
lmters In thu stuto luterncholnntlu
John Chapman, who Iiiih been iu
ployod by thu IlrookS'Hculon Lum
lmr Co., leave tomorrow to tuko ti
position ns superintendent with tho
Ocorgn Palmur Lumber Co. ut La
(Krom Tuesday's Dally,)
Hcott MimNur of KUtttra In In
Norrln lllxby or Prlnevlllo In
hunlnt'im visitor In Ilend.
Miss Ada Mono of Prlnevllln
spending thu day In llnnd.
Dan Holnlng wan In llcnd Isnt night
from IiIh ranoli on tho Molollus,
J. W. Donnlii .of Portland wan In
lloud today trunsiiclliiK biinliionH.
II. 0, IOIIIh ro turned limt night
n htinltuiHH trip to Prlnuvlllo.
Pi IlotiliiHon'of Tho Dulles Iiiih
transferred to llond by tho
P. Koyim roturnod yesterday
Hpoknno, whuro ho uttonded a
M, O. Whllo arrived in llond Inn)
iiIkIH from Lit Pino, and Ih romiiln
Ing ovor today,
Jack Horlon, who Iiiih boon cdn
fined (o his homo by Illness, whs nblo
to bu iibout for it sliort tlmo today.
Mr. anil Mm. A. J. Mooro aro ex
pected to ruturii tomorrow from a
10'dity trip to vnrloiiH purls of tho
John Htwlill, who hmi boon III tit
IiIh homo for Novural duys with u
Huvoro cold, In reported to bo slightly
improved this mornliiK.
It. H. Ilumllton and E. P. Afahuffoy
lutt hint night for Portland as mom
bum of tho Ilend delegation selected
to confer with tho ntato hlghwuy
(loorgo A. Bright and John Cnl
verley caino In Inst night from tho
crulHem' camp on Indian cruuk, and
worn Hunt to (ho Ochoco for Import
ant timber reconiinlsHuuco work.
Uoorgo Tonkin,, district umu wur
den, arrived In llond thin morning
from headiiuartom In Pendleton, and
will remain throuitli tomorrow, when
ho U scheduled to take an examina
tion for federal gnmo wurden.
Thu ladles of thu PreHbytorlan
church will hold their monthly meet
Iiik at 2:30 o'clock ut thu homo of
Mm. II. C. Hurtrunft.
Karl Hunton, formerly or HiIm city,
In on IiIh way from Camp Upton to
Camp Lew In, whom ho will receive
hlN dlschurgu rrom tho United State
army, according to word received
here by friend. Mr. Hunton Iiuh
been overseas for many month.
Mm. Martini J'lilppit entertained a
number of friend ut her homo lust
TueNday evening at a furewollpurty
for Miss Iluth Haley. A very "enjoy
able evening wiu spont, after which
Mm. PhlppN Nerved dellclou refresh
(From Monday's Dully.)
Jack llorton In confined to IiIh
homo by u Hovoro cold,
I.. II. llulrd wiih 'in Portland on
busliionu over tho week end,
Mm. 0, H, IludHon Iiiih returned
form u brief vlnlt In Portland.
Mm. CI. If. Harmon of Pubiloy wiih
wan a week end visitor In Ilend.
Mm. C, H. IIoiihou Iiiih left for a
nhort vlnlt at Hot Lake, Oregon.
If, .Immnrmiin wuh In tho city limt
nlKhl from IiIh homo In Crencent,
Mr. and Mm. Frank flhoomukor
urn HpetidtiiK " few day In Portland
Mm. H. H. Htearim mid party wore
In from Prtnevlllo yimtorday morultiK.
M. A. HIkbh and Henry (V OroRK
of Huron npent tho weok end In thin
Dr. II. N. Mourn lott flulurdny
nlKht for Kuceno. Ho expectn to re
Fred N. Wullucc of Tumalo wan
In Ilend for u few houm thin mornlnK
Mm. H. W. Mooro Iioh returned
from u vlnlt to Lincoln and Omubu
Father Sharkey returned hint
nlfiht from u trip to tho Warm
Mm. Mabel Connely or Denchulen
Npeut tho week end uh tho Ruent of
Minn Kleanor Whltmoru In thin city.
N, CI. JaCobMon, nupervlnor or tho
UencbutcH Nutlonul Porent left Sun
day for Klumutu Fulln and will re
turn by way of Fort Hock.
Churlen.A. uS'lckell, recently or the
3G3rd Inranlry, which how actlvo
Hurvlco in France, Iiuh roturhod to
Deputy Sheriff AuRunt Andomon
returned lunt night from Prlnovlllo
where ho cleaned up tho lant or the
delinquent tax roll.
Fred 8. Stanley or Denchute.i wan
In Ilend thin afternoon on bunlnenn.
Mm. F. A. Hlco returned to hor
homo at lledmond lunt night after
uttendlnK tho union norvlcen at tho
Oymnanluin yenterduy mornlnK.
T. il. Mungor, anHlntant dlntrlct
forontor from the Portland office, ar
rived In llond thin afternoon from
Fort Itock on bin way buck to head
quartern. Jainen . Norton and Myrllo
Champlln aro tho principle named
In n inarrlaKo llccnno innued Saturday
A Few Suitable Spring Values
Smart Spring Skirts .
Exceptional lvalue o( S-fJO
Junt arrived from Now York, In popular
Htylt-H. Mudo of bluck und white chockn,
black und colorod nllk poplin, all-woofnerKen:
pleated modeln, larKO pocket nod novelty
Children's Ribbed Hose
Specially Piked at 35c to -f8c a Pah
All properly reinforced. llluck, whlto
and tun, flno ribbed hone, ult.ablo for younK
mlnn or boy; modlum welKbtn; un excellent
nchool ntocktni? tor durability. SUea t. to 10.
' "End-of-Season" Disposal of Women's Suits
$22.50 to $37.50
The prlceH nro rumurknbly low, tho vnluen mnrvolouti, but theao nro both ompbnnlzed by tho tlmo
linen or thu nnlo, ror muny or theno nultn cun be worn rlht throuRli tho summer. They aro ex
ceptionally hiindnomu Suit, tailored to u high perrectlon, mudo or beuutUul lightweight muterlaln,
of tho nmartent funhlon.
Ready for Tomorrow's Selling'
Remarkable Collection of Blouses
At $ 1 .25, $ 1 .68 and $2.48
Wo nru combining theno three price In iv npcclal dlnpluy
for tho nolo rfanon Hint they reprenent remurkably lino vuIuuh.
Tho HlounuH in vollo and batlnto. Tho denlgnH uro purtlcu
larly Hinart. Trimmed In vurloim wuy with luco embroidery
Then nro round neckH mul V neck;' collar, vary from tho
plain model to ono with frill, luco trimmed.
White Voile (
For Little Qiih
Dainty, fluffy llttlo Drennen
HUltublo bpth for party occunlous
und for regulnr duy weur. Tho
collur Ih or tucked organdie edged
with luco und flnUhed with crochet
bull. Tho ovornklrt und deep
cuff are hemutltched. CJIrdlo and
nnnh endn of ribbon. Specially
prlcod at 3.S5 to ?12.C0.
Hold the New R. & G.
Corsets in Your Hand
That Ih the only way that you cun roally hoo tho skill and
cam that hits been lined In designing and making thosu comets.
lOvory goru, every elnstio bund und Insert has been cleverly
placed to give you tho utmost bounty or figure, lines and pun-
feet comfort. Your loveliest gown will bo oven mora bounti
ful worn over u now It & O Corset. In spite of tho difficulty
of 'getting materials in theao war times tho high quality or
II & O Corsofs him boon steadily uphold und always will bo
maintained. There lu a modol that has been ospeclully de
signed ror your typo or figure. Do suro to seo that you get it.
Prices, $1.25 to $6.00
Ladies' and Misses' Ready-Lo-Wear
YOUR DRUG STORE
Throat and Tonsil
J tut Remember
Magill & Erskine
Our PltKii4ion Df pttmmt it Complete
in Every Drtt3.
afternoon from tho office of the
J. K. Denllet, rormerly or thin city
returned to Ilend last night alter
receiving bin discharge from tho U
8. Army at Cutnp Lewis. Mr. Denllet
was In the Dint Dlvinion and returned
the latter part or April from hi
norvlco overscan. ,
(From Saturday's Dally.'
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ellin and Mlns
M. K. Coleman returned last night
from a trip to Prlnevlllc.
A. M. I'rlnglo went to Madras on
M. W. Knickerbocker nnd family,
of tho Cloverdalo section, havo taken
tho Henry Whltsett house on Greeley
avenue. Mr, Knickerbocker recently
nofd his ranch and will mako his
homo in Ilend for tho present,
Henry Whltsett has leaned tho
Ned J. Anglund ranch at Powell
Uutto nnd movetl out to It with his
Guy Shcppard camo lu from tho
crulnlng camp this morning to have
some dontal worktdono.
Theodora I. Klynn was In town
this morning from the Indian creek
camp to meet his wlfo, who cariio In
V, C. Ilrock, nppralser for the
federal land bank, wiih headquarters
nt Spokane, Is doing Hold work In
tho vicinity of Ilend. Many farmers
In this section nro now availing
themselves or the opportunity to ob
tulu loans rrom the federal bank.
Miss Kern Ilolden hns recently ar
rived from Tacoma to take a position
with tho Miller Lumber Co.
Lcroy Vox, son of L. L. Fox, was
a recent nrrlvnl ut Cump Mcrritt, N.
J., rrom France nnd is expected lu
Come ono, co'me all. "to tho hop nt
Roberta' Hull. Saturduy cverMog,
Muy 10. Adv.lOp
Jack Tar j5as
Youthful garments whose style
nnd beauty are long enduring
because they are solidly tailored
of excellent materials. You
can "Rub 'em, Tub 'em, Scrub
they come up smiling."
WM1S lOIMlMti j
Come in and sec our Special
Display which includes gar
ments of all sizes and models.
Now arranged in our Rcady-to-Wecr
vJ I Vn -
rD Mannheimer Bros.
fFrom Friday's Daily.)
F. V. Horton Is confined to his
Home by illness today.
Dr. U. C. Coo returned to Portland
last night after a two-day visit here.
A. T. Frame camo In from Red
mond last night to spend tho day
H. C. Heywood arrived this morn
ing from Portland to Join tho timber
cruisers at Indian creek.
W. J. Sproat returned last night
rrom tho Cabin Lake ranger station,
whero he had been with the timber
N. G. Jacobson left this morning
to visit the crews woVklng at Indian
creek and Cabin Lake. Mrs. Jacob
son accompanied him.
Casslo Flynn, formerly or the U. S.
medical corps stationed at Camp
Lowls, has accepted a position with
II. A. Gosney in his barber shop at
tho Tlmberworkers headquarters.
V. P. Dickey, president or tho
Portland Cattle Loan Co., with his
secretary, W. A. "VTIIHh, Is expected
hero tomorrow on business, accord
ing to E. P. Muhufrey of the Central
Mrs. Clurenco L. Munnheimer re
turned yesterday morning with her
son from Now Orleuns, where she hus
been visiting for several months with
hor parcntB. Jlr. Mannheimer met
Mrs. Mannheimer In Portland.
(From Thursday's Dally.)
Fred N. Wallace' was up rrom
II. C. Ellis went to Prlnevlllo on
business this morning.
Ladies' New Fashioned
Hosiery in Colors Now
"WVhive jut received a new and full range ot. Ladie Hots
for summer wear, in a range of colors ure to please.
Finest Lisle-New Fashioned-Sejimless.t The best fit
ting hose nmde. Colors bhiek, white, taupe, gray,
champagne, beaver, cordovan Pair 59c
Fibre Silk A line hose for dress wear. Liste garter
top. Colors black, white, beaver, bronze, silver, navy,
champagne, pink, med. gray Pair $1.39
Have You Looked Over Our Neu) Glove Stock ? It's a good one.
WE STRIVE TO PLEASE.
THE WARNER fOMPAM
Quamtv Mkkcha"""'" at Tor!i.h,TKu "
Mrs. II. S. Hamilton went to Port
land last night.
Henry N. Fowler left last night ror
a week's vacation in Portland and
T. II. Foley went to Portland last
night on business. Ho Is expected to
bo away until Tuesday of next week.
J. C. Boglo or Chicago, engineer for
tho Bend Water, Light & Power Co.,
accompanied 31r. Foley.
Mrs. A. L. French is expected to
arrivo from Lexington, Kentucky,
about the end or the week to join
her husband here.
A. HUNT CALLED
AS FARM EXPERT
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
To tako tho position of county
agriculturists or Moro county, L. A.
Hunt of Lower Bridge, prominent
farmer nnd active in farm better
ment movements in Deschutes coun-i
ty, leaves next week for Heppne'r.
where ho will have his headquarters.
His appointment is lor ono and n
Mr. Hunt has been a resident of
tho Lower Bridge section ror tho
past 10 years. Ho is a graduate of
Albany college. In tho past few
years he has held office in various
farm organizations, being coopera
tive market committeeman in tho
county farm bureau and a director
or thd Potato Growers' association.
CARD OF THANHS.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ell Wilson wish to
thank their many friends, including
those or (ho Masons and Eastern
Star, ror Uieir kindness nnd sym
pathy during the sickness and funeral
services or their little son Edward..
Sujs Sho Fool Made Over Since.
Tnklnjc Tnnliio Gains
Mrs. F. 0. Forrester, . a traiued
nurse residing at tho Grand Central
Hotel, Denver, Colo., Is but onoofV
this high profession who havo teett-f jr.
fled to the merits of Tanlac. Mrs, '
Forrcstor rocently said;
"I had been In miserable health
seven years, suffering from indiges
tion. Everything I ate would sour
and oven cold wuter would causo mo
much distress. The pains in my
chest und about my heart wero al
most unbearable at times and I suf
fered terribly from neuralgia. I
would huvo vomiting spells dally
and for threo months couldn't ro-
tain u thing on my stomach but oat
meal. Often at night I won Id wako
up feeling llko I was smothering to
death and would hnvo to get up out
of bed and stand on my feet uwhilo
to get my breath,
"Ono of my frieuds who know of
my uwful condition and who had
boon benefited by Tanlac advised mo
to tryyt. X aid so anu my reiier.
has beeu remarkable. Really, I
feel like I havo been made over
again. I havo already gained nlno
pounds 4n weight and Intend to keep
on taking, Tunluo as long us It does
me as much igood as it is now,"
Taalao Is sold In Ilend by tho Owl
Drug Co., in Sisters by Geo. F,
Altkon, and In Band by Horton 'Drag-