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RKNT) HULLKTIN, MKND, ORlMrON, THUHMDAY, JUNK M !!'
BUY YOUR KODAK
YOU will want to take pictures the 4th of July.
CENTRAL PHOTO CO.
WITH M. H. SYMONS. O'ICANE 11LDG, BEND, OUE.
"In at One, at Flee They're Done."
OUR GREA T AIM
AS EVERY SEASON COMES we strive to keep pace with the changes that come in
men's clothing men and young men. Constant contact witji the demands of our customers
enables us to do this. We do, we think, "
Tho boy, these days, demands to be up to the scratch 'in clothing. It is right that lie
should take pride in his clothing. He will, to, if he buys the best.
. The boy will sec to it that the father is up to the mark, and the father should be. "
Our Great Aim Is To Help Both Accomplish These Ends.
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TO START WORK ON
(From Monday's Dally.)
Ordora ior construction ot tho
now Catholic church wcro given this
morning when tho contract for ex
cavation and blasting ot tho 14 by
45 foot basomont was lot to Joo
Rock. Contracts lor the foundation
will bo awarded as soon as tho
amount and quality of tho rock
blasted from tho building slto is as
ccrtalncd; and other contracts will
bo lot within n month's time, it Is
From then on the building will bo
rushed to completion.
IN WOOL PRICES
(From Friday's Dally.)
Eastern representatives .of the
Columbia JJasIn Wool Warehouse
company ot Portland, expect that
wool prices reached this season will
bo among tho beat in years, was tho
report this morning of E. F. Ma
haffey, ot tho Central Oregon bank,
on his return from a business rip to
Portland. Wool exports Informed him
that thcro would bo practically no
danger from tho Australian, clip, and
stated that virtually all, of tho vast
quantities ot wool contracted for by
tho American government hnd al
ready been used, eliminating tho pos
sibility ot tho government-owned
surplus flooding tho market.
Mr. M ah alley was advised that
much higher prices than those now
quoted would 'in all probability be
offered later in the season.
Mrs. Fred Walter and Darwin
Walter wore shopping In Rodm6nd
Miss Viola and F. A. Grosxkreugor,
Jerry Groskrcugcr, Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Fuller nnd Frank Nlouport loft tor
tho mountains last Wednesday for
n camming .trip. They mado tho trip
by wagon, expecting to camp at both
Dig Lnko and Fish Lako.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hosklns woro
Redmond visitors last Monday.
Mr. Lynch nnd Miss Myrtlo Hutlor
and Mr. nnd Mrs. William Wilson
ot Redmond, woro In Lower Orldgo
Wednesday evening for tho purposo
ot holding a meeting In tho Interest
ot tho Doy Scout movement.
Mrs. R. S. Towno ontortnlncd tho
Lower Dridgo ladles Friday after
noon at her homo. After a pleasant
afternoon ot music delicious refresh
ments wcro served. It was decided
to organize tho I. T. club, which was
In exlstenco before tho war. Mrs.
Joo Howard win entertain tho P. T.s
on Friday attornoon, Juno 77.
Mrs. Uronson, who has been III tho
past week Is greatly Improved.
.Misses Naomi and Marlon Hosklns
returned Thursday from Portland
whoro they visited with friends and
attended tho rose festival. Naomi has
been attending tho university ot
Washington tho past winter.
Neighborhood . ..
AT LOWER BRIDGE
LOWER BRIDGE, Juno. 21. Mr.
KoonB, county agricultural agent was
surveying ditches on tho Long Hol
low ranch Sunday.
George Tuckwell took his car Into
.Redmond on Friday to havo some re
CLOVERDALE. Juno 25. A de
mobilization sorvlco was held at tho
school house on Sunday afternoon.
Rev. Princo ot Redmond conducted
J. L. Parberry and daughter
Gladys wcro Sisters shoppers on
Mr. Kellyand family and Kathcrlno
Pugh of Rend attended tho demobili
zation services at tho school house
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burling wcro
Slstors' shoppers on Saturday.
Lynn Wilson has returned to his
parents' home in Clovordale attor
spending two or threo weeks on tho
Mr. nnd Mrs. Robblns and family
of Squaw Creek wcro callers at tho
Burnsldo home on Saturday.
Arthur Holmgren and W. A.
Jacobs wero fishing on Squaw creok
H. M. Mlllor of tho Miller Lumber
Co. of Dund was a dinner guest at
tho Parberry ranch on Thursday.
Mrs. F. M. Lantz called at tho
Long homo Monday ovenlng.
Mr. and Mrs. 5. D. Hodson, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Harold "Kllno and Sterllo
nnd Mary Fryrear attended the Tura
alo danco Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Arnold .mo
tored to Culver on Sunday,
County Agricultural Agent 11. E.
Koons was a visitor at the J. L.
Parberry ranch on Sunday. His
wife and mother accompanied him.
H. O. Wilson was brought homo
B. P. O. ELKS
Dispensation has been granted for
which will be instituted at the
FRIDA Y EVENING
JUNE 27, al 7: U0 P. M.
Any Elk who has not already applied for transfer
demit from his home lodge will do so at once.
IT;ISIMPERATIVE THAT EVRY ELK
f ATTEND THIS MEETING. -
. Ij W, C, COOPER, Secretary, Bend. Oregon.
Coming this year with summer
we have everything for which
the season calls.
We arc always pleased to help
the man be properly fitted out.
Price is not of so great consid
eration when it comes to clothes.
If clothes will wear, have
have the style and snap, that
is what is wanted.
Fourth of July
is at hand. Let us be at your
Copyright 1919 Hart SclulTner & Mane
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v I Sox .
See our lines you are sure
to be convinced that we are
Hart SchalTner & Marx
clothes arc always right up to
the mark. We feel secure
always in recommending them
to you as the clothes you
Our stock includes the latest
for the young man'.s fancy
and they are reasonably priced.
For the older man we have
the more conventional
Going Away Soon?
Before you leave let us help
you meet every vacation need.
M." P. CASHMAN
from Redmond on Monday, whoro ho
has been undor a doctor's euro -for
tho pact week. Ho Is suffering from
a spinal congestion.
Georgo Partln Is 'shearing shoop
at tho Dan Angland ranch, neur
Rend, thin week.
Wan on a ToriK'iIncsl Ship.
Thomas A. HrcHlIn, G4G Ilroadwny
Albany, Now York., writes: "Having
been on a torpedoed Hlilp coming
from England to this country, I had
a cold ever sluco, I wan advised by
a friend to tako Foley's Honey und
Tar and before long I was cured."
You can stop that cough or cold that
has boon lingering slnco spring. Sold
ovory whoro. Adv.
PLEASANT RIDGE MAN
BUYS SILAGE CUTTER
PLEASANT RIDGE. Juno 24,
Mr .and Mrs. 0. H Anderson, accom
panied by Mr. and Mrs. Wllford
Hutchlns attended tho danco at
Tumulo Saturday evening.
A. J. Sanford went to Hcdmoud on
J. W. Peterson was a Hend visitor
0, B, Anderson ling purchased a
now sllngo cutter.
Mrs, WHford Hutchlns und Mrs.
O. E. Anderson wero Redmond vis
itors Tuesday aftornoon.
Dr, A. Pettoy arrived horo Sunday
from Portland to look after his
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Kcdflold and
children of Deschutes weru callers
ut tho Anderson homo Inst Monday
Leslie Houghtullug went to llond
Mrs. Wllford HutchliiH und Mrs.
0, K. Audorson wero in llond on
Mr. ami Mrs. John, Edwards and
Rasmus J'Qtoraon und -Mrs, Cathor
ino JohaiiHon spout Sunduy at Suti
Mr. und Mrs, II. T. Mllclcson en
tertained tho following guests last
Sunduy evening, Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
Gray, Mr. and Mrs. 0. 10. Audorson
nnd Dr. Pettoy.
Don Slaughtor nnd son ot Des
clmtoa wero In tho neighborhood on
a 'lulling trip lust Sunday.
It is All Oono New.
Samuol L, Krnmor, Dox 06, Soller
vlllu, Pennsylvania, writes: "I had
kidney trouble for two years nnd
had it torrlblo backucho. That Is all
gonij. now. ftftor using Foley kidney
pills- and I feel well again," Foloy
kldnoy pills get results quickly and
are, tonlo In their healing and sooth
ing effect, Sold everywhere Adv
FOR BALE Sovon head of high
grade Jerseys, ugcu throo to six
years. Will tako IfiOK for bunch.
John Kominllug, 11 miles north
east of Prluevlllo on McKay roud.
FOR BALK Two saddle ponlos,
wolght 000, ugu four and eight.
Address Ilox 80, llond, Ore.
FOR 8ALE-Two room houso und
ono ot boat gurdeu lots In city of
llond. Boll deep und woll fortll
Izod, Worth $4 CO hut will mirri
flcu for $32u, $125 down, balance
tonus. Address box 726, llond, for
WANTED Man to work on ranch,
$00 por month with board, Tolo
phono 4-F-2C inoriilugH or even
WANTED Wo will call onywhoro,
any. plnco, any time, to look at
your used furniture. Lot us know
what you hnvo. Wo pay cash, Tho
Stundard Furniture Co. 07-4 Otfc
LOST AND rOIINI).
STRAYED To Cardwoll'a, six mllcu
oast of pond, ono long 2-year-old
black stallion; one black yearling
lllly, I brown two-year-old iimru.
(Uvuec may havo sumo by paying
dntnagoH und costs, T, O, Merchant. s
STRAYED to Caldwell's, 0 mllcu Vast
ot llond, 1 long 2-yonpold black
stallion; 1 black yearling filly, 1
brown two-year-old maro. Owner
may havu sumo by paying dam
uges and costs, T, O, Morchnnt,
TAKEN UP--Mny aisl, ono-black
yearling lllly, branded on loft hip
with ruvorso EK and croscout.
Owner may havo samu by paying
charges und pasture, W. L. llorg
Strom, Doschutim, Oregon. lOtfu
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uoLp sciaiuo uom, ataica vriia
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BraoUt and aak tor flHI.OiIfa.Tf
BIAKONJU HKANW I'UM, for IweBflT
jrciri rexaraeu ai l,Blet, Alwaya Kellabtt.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
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