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I YOUR DRUG STORE
1 Fly Swatters
I Just Remember
J Magill & Erskine
1 O'KANK UUILDINO
H Our PMCilin Dr(Mmt M U ContJrlc
jW In Urtijr DtUil.
I YOUR DRUGSTORE
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Carver A. Kuck of Crescent was
a business visitor In tho city lust
, C. M. Ilonnnr, formerly of tlila
city was In Hend thin tnornliiR from
Clmrloit Nlckolt will Inuvo till
nvunliw' on n business trip a Port
Inml nml Honttlo.
I). V. Hill arrived In limit! Inst
night from hi homo In l.n IMun nml
In ramnlnlug over today.
N. 0. Jncolmon, supervisor of tho
Deschutes National forcut In on of
flclul business fo Hlstar.
K. M. Thompson loft yesterday In
hl nuto for I.a I'ino on business. Ho
' will bo gone for several tlnyn.
County CommliiRloiior 0. 11. Mlllor
of Hcdmoiid wnn In Hand today to
nttoml n spcclnf session of tho
I'nul C. (Jnrrluon, formerly of Ho ml
wmi In tint city last nli;ht from liln
homo In I'rlnovlllo to attend a meet
Inn of tho lloynl Arch masons.
Robert AdimiH enmo In from thn
reconnaissance camp ut tho Mouth
lot envo yesterday to sccuro medical
truii I m out for mi Injured hnnd.
(From Tuesday' Dally.)
Dora liroctja of Mllllcun arrived
In tliu city lant night.
Mm. DorU Oruy of Kugouo In In
Ilond v'sMug her hod, Dr. K. K. Oruy.
H. J, FlnnvKun. formerly of thlH
city. Is n business vlMltor In llend
from Portland. - .
Mr. and Mm. Chnrles h. I.otu of
Tuiniilo aru upending tho day In
Mr. and Mm. Hurt Hmlth or thla
city n ro registered ut tho Hotel Port
land, Portlnnd, Oregon.
II. Hlulnbach of Haluui ha lioon
horo hIucu Rundny lookltiK after
.C. H. llnyoH ami A. O. Schilling
Come to The
& For Tinware, Enameledware, Alum-
inumware, Chinaware, Glassware,
English Tea Pots
New GooJi A Wonderful Selection
lufL yoitlunlity ,pn a business trip to
Luko county polntn. ''
Hoy Mlteliull loft thin morning to
tiiko n crow of surveyors to tho
rucominlsannco wimp lit Fort Ilock.
Mr. nml Mrs. 1C. P. Cecil loft today
for tlio natitfi fco cave, whoro they
will nputld tho Hiimimir.
J, F, Fink has loft for Bllvor I.ako,
whuni ho will hil employed by tho
Bllvnr La 1(0 Mnrouutllo company.
D, '.. Iloblfiott ami II. N. Aldrlch
of Bllvor Luko arrived In llond hint
nlftht and nrn remaluliiK over today.
Mm, Dorothy llolilln lian ucenptod
a position ul, tho Ilenuelt-Cooper gro
Mr. and Mm. Kd llourk or Cros
cent were In Uolid toduy transacting
business at tho office of tho forcut
Mm. Aloxamlor Thompnon arrived
In Horn! lunt night from Portland and
Ih vluUlnR'tiur daughter, Mr. Charles
W. ErskMno. '
Ilur. Frodcrlk A.'T. Cornollussen
loft lant night for Portland on
business. Ho will bo back Wcdnes
Dr. J. If. Connarn linn moved hi
ofllcea from hla former location In
tho Bitlhor building to the Deschutes
Investment Co, building on Oregon
and Wall ntreelii,
(From. Monday'n Dally,)
Wnrntii Ilrowu of Prluevlllu wiih n
week end vlnltor In llend,
lllalne Hovers of I'rlnovlllo Hpont
Buturdny evening and Bunday In
Charles Ernest In a luminous vis
Itor In thu city today from liln homo
J, B. Klilor and U. II. Parker of
I'ulsloy aru In tho city today on bus
Mr. and Mm. N. (I. Jacnhson have
roturncd from a woek'it trip to Fort
Hock nnd Klamath Falls.
John Bteldl, who hait been seriously
III for thu pant week, wan back at his
office HiIh mornlnx.
Mm. H. 12. HobertH received word
today or tho death or hor nutter
Mm. Lola Tureman In Prarlu city.
Mm, A. F. Luruon loft thin mornltiK
for New York whoro iiho will buy
stock for tho (.arson Jowolry atom.
Minn Nletn Ilazlelon, clerk ut thu
llend poitofflco, Iium left for Cottage
(Irovur where nlie will make her
Mr. mid Mm. Edward McCarthy of
Hlvemlde, Ciil., arrived yesterday
and will vlnlt at the homo of Mr. and
Mm. Myron Hymous and MIks Mao
Mr. and Mm. V. M. McConnolI loft
Inst nlr.lit for Centralln, Washington,
where Mr. McConnolI will bo nssoc
lated with hi brother In tho lutrbcr
business. A chitugo Jo a lower alti
tude wim advised for Mm. McCou
(From Saturday's Dally.
Mr, and Mm. C, I.. Alien or Turn
nlo aru thu pnrentn or a 10-pound
baby boy, born at tho llend Surgical
On hi return trip to his Hood
Hirer homo from Klamath Kails,
Hilly Sunday, fumouo uvangollst, wn
In Ilond yesterday evening. Ho watt
hero n wuuk ago today to speak for
tho Victory loan.
Leu Bpeur of Prlnnvlllo Is a weok
end visitor In tho city.
10, U. Dufur, Portland nttornoy, I
puiidlni; the day In llend intending
to logal huslnesn.
J. L. Howard and A. Qebhard of
Ln Pino arrived In thu city last nlRht
nnd nro romaluliiR over toduy.
N. P. Jensen of Lakuvlow la spend-
liiK tho day In llend.
A good heavy durable
Dairy Pail .
F. W VkU'r, prrnclprt! 01 tho
HIhIom eoliool, IB In llend today.
0. L. Alien la In tho city today
froii his homo at Tumulo, ,
Mr. and Mm. W, L, Harbor of
Iluriin aru veiling frlonda In Ilond,
Iruui Koenoy, MIhh Nolllo Hals
ton, Mm. W. 0, HaUton and Kd
ward Dorn of Tnrrobonno Bpont last
tillthl In Ilond,
Marlon Coynor loft Inst nlRht for
KiiRono to ruprcaont tho Hend lilcli
school at tho Intomcholastlo track
moot ut that place.
High Bchool Prlnclpnl Johnson,
nccompanlod by William Williams
and Oeorgo Curtis, motnhora of tho
Hend high debate team, returned
this morning from Eugono, whoro
thu high school boys' compotcd for
tho etnto championship.
N(From Friday's DMj&?r '.
J.fc.jfonlorfwiM-ln UtMlfjki nlht
tout lils.homo In DechlitwiJ
Miss MH. Paul of Bli?eLko U
spending tho day In Hond. ,
Ira Motion of Hums arrived In the
city Inst night.
Grant Helling In a buslnen visitor
In tho city today from his homo In
Mr. and lm. II. A. Miller nro the
parent a of.,' an 11 pound liaby boy
born today, i
Tho Lad I mi Aid noclty of- tho
kot at tuu Domcnt & Co. store
Methodist church will hold a mar
Baturday, May 24.
Mm. P. A. Duvors or Tumalo la
spending n few days at tho Portland
hotel, In Portland. .
John II. Cyrus ot Prlnovlllo left
last night from hero to enter tho
U. B. navy electrical school at San
A. N'orum left this morning for
Bpoknno whoro ha will visit for a
weok. Hln mother will return with
him for a visit to Hend.
County Bchool Superintendent J.
Alton Thompson left this morning
on a trip to Blntem, Cllne Falls nnd
Mm, F. L. Davidson arrived this
morning from Aberdeen, Washing
ton, for several weeks' visit with
Mm. J. W. McDonald.
Mm. Chester Catlow has received
word from Ileprcscntntlvo Hawloy
that her husband ended from France
on May 3rd.
Oeorgo Tonkin, district gnmo war
den who was In Hend yesterday tak
ing a civil servlco examination for
federal gamo warden left this morn
ing for Lakevluw.
W. A. Hunyon, survoyor front tho
district forester's offlco In Portland,
passed through Dond this morning
on his way to Cabin Lako.
(From Thursday's Dally.)
II. Zimmerman or Crcscont was ln
tho city last night.
O. M. Cornett ot Prlnovlllo Is
transacting business In Hend today.
K. P. Mahaffoy has returned to
Hond from a buslncss-trlp to Port
land. Paul Ma mil was a business visitor
In tho city yesterday from his homo
W. L. Cook of Fort Rock woh at
tho Deschutes forest offlco today on
J. W. Hocdor, nnd T. C. Welsh or
Silver Lake, .arrived In Hend last
(tight nnd nro remaining over today.
' W. C. Cooper, who ban been con
fined to his homo tho past two days
by llucs, was nblo to bo about again
County Bchool Superintendent J.
Alton Thompson loft this morning
for Ln J'ino to visit tho schools In
for All the Family
LADIES UNIONS--A11 Styles-AH Sizes
Pr garment 50c-75c-85c-95c-$1.29
MISSES' UNION SUITS--Low Neck-Tight
Knee - 43c, 48c
MISSES VESTS 25c-29c
BOYS UNIONS-NO sleevett-knee length,
Garment J 69c
MEN'S UNIONS--A Complete Line-
Tiny-Tot Infant's Underwear
"WE STRIVE TO PLEASE"
ELKS TURN IN
incomi'IiKti: ftifrim.v Hirowi.va
I'OPUIjATIOX OF f7H2 IH CKKTI
FIKD TO HV ITV OFI'ICMLH
TOTAL MAV ItHACH 0500.
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Hend's population Is amply suffi
cient to meet tho requirements of
tho D, V. 0, K, In rogard to-granting
a charter for it local lodge, It was
shown this morning when tho Klkn'
census commit too reported at a spo
c(nl , session of tlio city cdWcill thai'
ttiZ Jj'a4 hcen onu'm'e'riitd(l''horb7
Tho cennvJi won certified by tho city
officials, although It wan admitted
that tho number turned In Is by no
means complete. (
3fany families claiming Hend as
their homo, but having ono or more
mombors working In tho woods fpr
the lumber companies, woro not In
cluded, and In the brief space of tlmo
allowed for tho completion of tho
census, It Is known that a number
of othorn wero omitted. Mayor
Kastcs believes that from the show
ing mndo In tho Incomplete enumera
tion, tho entlro number would run
close to OfJOO.
Put It In "THK IJULLKTINY'
H. E. Vlncont returned Inst night
from' a field trip In tho Interest of
tho United Btntes forest service, to
tho La Pine section-.
P. D, Hoag of Spokano, who lias
been visiting J. D. Donovan for tho
past two days left for his homo this
Mr. and Mm. Roy Mitchell or this
city nro receiving congratulations
ovor the arrival or an eight pound
Tho Nerdlccrnft club will meet at
2:30 o'clock Friday attcrnoon at tho
homo or Mm. W. D. Harncs. All
members uro Invited to attend.
Mr. nnd 'Mrs. O. E. Stndtcr and
Mr. and Mm. Edward J. Catlow, mo
tored to Prlnovlllo and Redmond yes
terday, returning last night.
R. S. Hamilton, who has been In
Portland the early part or tho week
on business with tho Stato highway
commission, returned to Dcnd this
A mnrrlago llccnso was issued lata
yesterday nfternoon from tho offlco
of tlioj county clerk for Leslie Mc
Daniel and Miss Freda Clark, both
Announcements havo been receiv
ed hero or tho marrlago or Maudo
Louise Loo, daughtor ot A. D. Lee,
formerly n realty operator In this
Hcclion, to Lesllo C. Chadwlck of
POTATOES WANTED !
We will buy or handle for you on a
brokerage or commimon bafi any
quantity of potatoes in carload lot.
Or if you tend u a fatnple by parcel
pot will make you price on ume.
We alio handle all kind of dreited
meat and guarantee Journal price
BOGGESS & CO.,
151 Front St., Portland, Ore.
Boys Wash Suits
THE iprintf ihowlnrf bring! hundred of smart
Waih Suits for the younger boy. Every "
style is dcli'httully boytili Oliver Twist.Copper
field. Jack Tar many little Delted Suits, and a
number ot other clever style, many of which are
being hown tor the tint time. To be had in green,
cadet blue. tan. gray and white, priced at
VOX . : 1 1 ;
,v'.3irls'. Wash" Dresses'
MOTHERS who want something different
and exclusive in girls' drssies should see
thefe delightful styles we are featuring this spring.
It is a choice selection of dainty tailored zephyr
frocks for girl 2 to 14 years. Mothers will ap
preciate their practicability and their unusual price
Btodertios. Priced at
. 75c, 95c, $1.25, $1.50, $1.95
$2.50, $.2.95 and up
Koverall cott a trifle more than the ordinary kind
--better in the long run. '
FAMOUS TOWER IS
RETIRED FROM WAR
Uhcil jw Wlrclcts Center of Franco
for 51 Months, EifTel Tower Is
Returned to Civil Life.
(Or UnlU-d TrcM to Th IWnd Bulletin.)
PARIS, May H. Eiffel Tower has
After 61 months ot active servlco
the 330-moter tower, that ever'
visitor to Paris has marveled at and
those who havo never visited tho
French capital havo seen represented
on post cards, has been returned to
"civil lira" and from now on any
body who wishes to do so may ascend
to Its top for tho customary fee.
With tho outbreak of war Eiffel
Tower was closed to tho public. It
wan even In times ot peace a wire
less station and now it became tho
wireless center of France. It was
militarized. Soldiers in uniform
manned tho wireless plant, tho ele
vators, tho searchlight on top, and
civilians wero kept at u distance.
In tho meantime, Eiffel was talk
in& ncross tho seas to America, tho
French colonies and tho rest of tho
world, telling tho progress ot the
war. For ft long tlmo Eiffel wa3 tho
only means of communication be
tween France and Rumania and
throughout Russia's participation ln
tho hostilities, Eiffel was one of tho
best "soldiers" In all the allied sig
Now tho tower has returned to
Flit It In "THR BULLETIN."
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BEND'S BOOK STORE
THREE PLANTS TO
Commander Towers at Trcpasscy,
AtvnlU Arrival of N'C-4 Ucforo
Starting for the Azores.
(Or UnlUJ Prcu to The Iknd Bulletin.)
TREPASSEV, Newfoundland, May
H. Commander Towers, awaiting
the arrival of tho NC-4 from Chath-'
am, said today that the three Ameri
can seaplanes will probably start to
ward the Azores tomorrow on their
transatlantic flight. Tho NC-4 is
expected to arrive hero by 8:30
o'clock tonight, It weather conditions
FOR MISSING MAN
After a year's absenco from his
homo at Drainard, Minnesota, John
O. Sargent Is being Bought here by
relatives, according to a letter Just
received by Chief or Police L. A. "W.
Nixon. Anyone having Information
concerning tho whereabouts ot the
missing man Is requested to commun
icate with Mr. Nixon.
BEGINS LONG FLIGHT
(Pr Unitm) Prat to Tb Bend Bulletin.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 14.
Tho naval dlrigiblo C-S left Montauk
for Newfoundland at 8 o'clock thla
morning, tho navy department announced.
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