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For Every Day's Outing
For tlio camping trip, tho hike, tlto auto trip,
all through ypur vacation you should have a
The simplest camera to use and one that will get
Rood clear pictures tlmo after time. Made entire!
of wood and metal, it is not a play-thin,', but a real
plcturo gutter for grown-ups as well as for boys
Como in rind iteo tho one that sells for .52.03
Magi!! (Sh Erskine
Sole Local Dealers
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FROM DAY TO DAY
1(. K. A I Ion loft last nlKht on n
business trip to l'ortlund.
Henry MiiriiHku, of Alfulfii. us n
week out visitor In tho city.
Klmor I.ohuhorr )iuh accepted a
position with tho Miller Lumber Co.
lions Knrnhnm returned yesterday
morning from a business trip to
It. II. .ooro In reported to ln re
covering from u severe uttnek of
Mr. anil Mm. II. It. Hlavoiis, or
Culver, spout Hiiuday In Ilund vlsll
Iiiic with frlonctti.
Mr. and Mm. C. H. Hudson return
ed to tho city this inornlnn uftur
u week ond stay In l'ortlund.
Mr. and Mrs. John X. Mobloy ar
rived In tho city yostorduy from
UuriiH, and am stopping over today,
.Mr. and Mrn. John Herbert are
tlio parents of a 10 and a half
pound baby Klrl burn thin noon at
Kt. Charles Hniipltiil,
Iltirton Onoy, run k or from thu I.n
l'lno dlHtrlct. was In today on offi
cial business at headquarter o'f tho
Deschutes Niitlnunl forest.
Mr. and Mrs. 8. W. Darker, of
Hoattlo, aro guests nt the homo of Mr.
and Mrs. A. r Larson. Mr. Marker
In n prominent lumberman of I'ugol
C. A. Hiiyditn, I'iiiiI King, and L.
M. Malrd returned ftnturday from n
1B00 mlln hunting and auto trip
thrmiKh central Washington mid
If. A. (lONtiuy received u lulcgrnm
today from his hoii, (lien, now In
Knn Frunclnco, after protracted ser
vice, overscan. Glen Ih expected to
urrlvo In Mend within thu next few
Mrs. Alburln 0. McMurphoy,
Grand Worthy Matron of tho Order
of Eastern Star. In in tho city from
her homo In KiiRout, to pay an offi
cial visit to tho Mend chapter at the
regular mooting of tho organization
tonight. Mr. McMurphey Ii accom
Thornton T, .Monger, nctlng ns
ststnnl district foreMter, In charge
of silviculture, arrived In Mond Hun
day from Portland, and Immediately
left for tho reconnaissance cump to
Inspect tho timber cruising work bo
Itur done, llo In expected to return
to Mend on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs, Claudo Mnunhulmer
left last nlftht for California. Mr.
Mnnnholmer hn Bold out hi Intercut
In tho Munnholmcr MroN. toro to bin
brother, Clarence Mannhelmcr. Thero
In a possibility, howuver, that he
may return to Mend to reongaga In
wlinro thoy spent tlio IumL week
A, V. Larson roturnod liiHt night
i'oiii Kugono where lie uttouded tho
Mooting of tho Oregon commnndnry.
Mm. M,'A, Mroolc and sou, of Scut
tle, who hnvo boon visiting ber son,
(', II. Mrook and Mrs. Ilrook, left lant
night on their return to their homo.
Sheriff K. K. Itoberts, who lias been
confined to-hls homo for tho pant two
duyn by an attack of grippe, was nblo
to reNtimo bis official duties thin
Moyd Kelley who recently return
d homo from sorvlco In tho (7. H,
Navy, has been confined to bin bed
tho piiNt week with it severe attack
H, d. Hamilton wan a pnwicnKcr
on tho mornlni; train from Portland
where he took part In tho bearing
of tho Pino Tree Lumber Co,, bank
ruptcy cuho yen to rd ay,
Mr.1 and Mrs, Carl A. JohnKon and
Mr. and Mrs, K. h NIcholN, loft thlx
mornliiK on nn auto trip In Califor
nia, Mr. nnd Mrs. JnhnHon will re
turn within u month's time, while
Mr. arid Mrs. Nlcholn expect to Hpcud
tho winter In tho south.
J. II. Ilurim wan In laNt night from
It. 8. McCluro ramo In thin morn
Iiik from Thu Dalles.
It, A: Miller returned thin morn
lni; from it biiRlnvHN trip to Portland.
A. J. WoHlou and Dan HeltitnK are
vlnltorn la tho elty today from Sin
ters. J. P. Koyun, of Tho Urookn-Scan-lou
Lumber Co., came In from Port
laud thin inornliiK.
Dr. and Mrn. M. C. Fox drovo In
lant nlRlit from Lakevluw, and aro
npendluR today In Mend.
Mr. and Mrn. Jack Horton hnvo
returned from u trip to Crencont lako,
Mr. and Mm, (J. 8, Hudnon wcro
piHftoriKern on lant iilclit'n train for
Myrou Itoyco, of tho Pioneer
(InriiRe, went to Poitland lant illicit
Judge II, C, KIIIn wun one of tho
Mend vlHltors at tho Tumalo fair
Paul 'C. (IiirrlHon, of Prlnevlllo,
wan In Mend hut night vIhHIiir with
frlendi hero and trniiHactlUR IjuhI-
Alfred I), Crldge, of tho Oregon
Journal, who ban been reporting tho
Labor contention left for Portland
County Judge V. T). Marnen and
A. K. Larnon are In Kugenu attend
ing the grand concluvo of tho
It. 8. Hamilton nnd Itnnn Fnrn-
bum went to Portland lant night
to attend tho firm hearing In the
Pino Tree Lumber Co., bankruptcy
Mr. ntul Mm. Dnuglun Johiroofi
motored to CreNcent yeMcrday.
From CieHcetit, Mm.j'oh'iiHon and
Mrs. nnd Mm. Hoy Mitchell will
drive Into California, while Mr.
Jobimoii will return to Mend.
C. 8. Hudnon motored to Tumalo
today to attend tho community fair.
Jerry Ahern, of tho Silver Lake
dlntrlct. In In Mend today transact
M. A. Pnrtln, of Sltitcrn. arrived
In tho city lanl night, and In remain
ing over today.
J. Star, of Prlnevlllo, wiih In Mend
lant night tninnactlng bunlnenn.
V. L. Deadmond. M. S. Lentor,
nnd J. J. Payne aro nmong Silver
Lako visitors In tho city today.
If II. Do Armond left for Port
land hint night on legal bunluoan
EDISON OR VICTOR
" 10 RECORDS
Giving You 20 Selections of Your Own Choice for
I cenn irri-u
Owing to the prevailing scarcity of Phonographs,
. only a limited number of these machines will
, be sold on these terms.
fi Better Get Yours While This Offer Lasts
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r nunuii jljkul vu.
HOME OF VICTQR AND EDISON PHONOGRAPHS
you think has gone
price mad, but it hasn't
Buying conditions are
not nearly s'o had as
might be thought. If
will inquire, ask ques
tions and think. He
can obtain very fair
prices,, vnd with .itihe,
will get whnt'lie
Service is not all. He
and when he pays the
price he wants
Highest Quality v
He gets it at
Never txpects to
Be Without It
"TlieroV Nothing An Good An Tnti-
lue." Ha)n Portland .Mini
(iiil im Twenty Fho Pound.
"In nil my long experience I have
never found anything an good us Tan
lac when II comes to relieving suffer
ing," said J, A. N'clnz, a well known
employee of the Pacific Car and
Foundary Co, and who liven nt 14
Kant COtli ntreet, North Portland,
Or the other day,
"My troubles began about thrco
yearn ago," continued Mr. Nelsx,
"and I have been having a tough
tlmo of It ever nlnce that In, until
I commenced taking Tanluc. I had
rheumatism In my arms and back,
and 1 suffered almont constantly dur
ing all that time. Of course thcrj
were times when thin trouble wan
worse than at others, but X can
truthfully say that thero wan hardly
over u time when I was not consci
ous of pain to some extent Myf
arms were no ntlff nnd sore nt tlmen
that I couldn't raise my handn to my
bond. Mcxldes what I spent for
treatment and medicine, tho tlmo I
lost from my work on account of this
rheumatism amounted to over four
hundred dollars In salary. I couldn't
sleop much, nnd just gradually went
down hill until I had lout In weight
from one hundred and thirty-five to
ono hundred and ten pounds, nnd van
so weak and run down that I could
unnslly get about nt nil.
"A friend of mlno who 'ind Minn
suffering from this samo kind of
trouble told me that Tanlnc was the
only thing that had over done him
nny good und advised mo to glvo It
n trial Well, to muko a long story
short. I hnvo Just finished my sixth
bottle of Taulac, and I am ns freo
from suffering In every way, and am
as well and strong as 1 over wnn In
my life I weight one hundred and
thlrty-flvo poundn now, which means
Hint I have gotten back all I lost In
weight I havo regained all my
strength and can do us much work
nn I could fifteen yearn ago. All that
norenens and stiffness has gone from
my arms and I can raise my hands
above my head without tho least)
trouble Yes, sir, Tanlnc hns been a,
godsend to me, and I never lose nn!
opportunity to recommend It to I
others. I am buying another bottle)
to taka home with mo today, for I
never expect to bo without It " I
Tanluc Is sold In Mend by Owl;
Drug Co., In Sisters by Geo. F Alt-
Ken, nnu in Hond by Horton Drug
Strayed from farm 2'& miles east,
or Uend very smull long-haired
black.dog, uhlto spot on breast, long
hiishy tall. Especially anxious for
return of samo as it was left In my
euro by lady tuklng husband to hos
pital and dog bud belonged to
dnughtcr who died In China. Any
Information or return of dog will be
liberally rewarded. Mrn. L. M.
Murt, Mend, Ore , It. F. D. No. 1, Mox
7-A. Adv. 33-c
NOTICK OF IIONI) SALK.
Notice In hereby given that sealed
bids will be received by the under-.
sigueu until me aour or -' o clock, p.
in. on tho IS th day of November.
1910, nt the office of the undersign
ed. In tho O'Kane Mulldlng, City of
Mend, Oregon, nnd Immediately
tberaafter publicly oponed by tho
Hoard of Directors of Squaw Creek
Irrigation District for tho purchase
of an Issuo of bonds' of said District
In tho sum of (15.000. said bonds to
be dated July 1, 1919, utid to mature
JC00 on July 1, 1924, $700 on July
1, 192S, $700 on July 1, 192C, $800
on July 1, 1927. $S00 on July 1.
1928 $800 on July 1, 1929, $900 on
July 1, 1930, $900 on July 1. 1931.
$900 on July 1, 1932, $1000 on July
1. 1933, $1000 on July 1, 1934,
$1000 on July 1. 193S, $1200 on July
1, 193C, $1200 on July 1. 1937.
$1200 on July 1. 1938, $1300 on July
1, 1939. said bonds to bear Interest
at C per cent payablo suml-autiually
on tho first days of January nnd
Don't Let a Cold Lin
ger. Many Complica- !
A. D. S.
as the best, will bring
relief, and will not af
fect the heart.
A, D. S.
Application External or
It will relieve inflamed
noses, throats, bron
chial tubes and lungs.
Few Are the Homes Today
Without A Musical Instru
ment of Some Kind
If you do not play, you may, perhaps, have
children who myou want to teach to play a
piano. If you have not, you want music in your
home. There are two instruments that will
Phonograph or Player Piano
bringing the world's artists to your fireside.
We can offer you an attractive
selection of Player Pianos in
$700 to ?1000
Gulbradson, $495 and up
Lyon & Healy, $600 up
and other standard makes
of well known and high
Behning, $550 up
Crown, $450 and up
Knabe, $550 and up
Cable & Nelson, $375 up
Other makes from $265
1 Crown piano, guar
anteed action same as
1 Hamilton, at $285.
1 Chickering, old style
1 Conover. action in
fine shape, $250.
The most wonderful musical instrument in the
world is the Phonograph, and in phonographs
The SONORA is the most
In fumed (and golden oak, brown mahogany
and early English oak.
Priced from $50 to $1000.
Terms to suit purchaser.
Demonstrations gladly given at all times.
To Piano Players: We are arranging with
REMICKS in New York to send us the latest
popular hits direct from the East, so we can
supply the -local demand for new numbers.
FOR EVERYTHING IN MUSIC SEE
L. K. SHEPHERD
July, "principal and Interest payablo
at tho Fiscal Agency of tho State of
Oregon In Now York City.
Said bids must be unconditional
and accompanied by a certified check
Tho board resenrea the right to re
ject any or all bids.
II. II. Do ARMOND.
Yob ran soil hay Uu-osgti Tbo Hal
letia classified ads. ' '
NOTICK OF RAI.K OF TnUlKIt
Notice Is hereby given by tho un
dersigned, tho Administrator of tho
estate ot John J. McGrath, docoaBed,
that pursuant to an order of the
County Court of Crook County, Ore
gon, nindo und enterod on tho Gth
day ot October, 1919, ho will soil at
public auction to tho highest bidder
nt tho front door of tho County
Court Houso In Mond, Deschutes
County, Oregon, on (tho 14th day of
Novombor, 1919, at two o'clock p. ni.,
all tho right, tltlo and Interest ot
John J. McOrath. decensod. or Uls
ostnto, In tho following described
prentlsos, ta-wlt: Southwest quarter
of Southeast quarter ot section 1,
South half of Northonst quarter,
Northwest quarter of Northeast quur
tor of section .12, In Township 20,
South ot Mango 13, East ot the Wil
lamette Meridian In Deschutes Coun
Terms ot salo. cash, 10 por cont
to bo paid on the duy ot sale and
the balanco upon tho confirmation ot
salo by County Court of Crook
Dated this lGth day ot pctober,
M. Rv ELLIOTT,
Administrator ot the Estato of John
J. McQrath, Deceased, 33-37e,
II Always Acceptable l
II aod Appreciated
are gifts in Silver
t Sheffield Pint
in most useful' gifts
t In fiat silver you will find
just what you want.
LARSON & CO. i
The Sign of tie Kg CWck
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