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. FROM DAY TO DAY
10. IC. Wttllu of I. ii l'lim In In (own
Mr. nnd Mm, I.ylo Dhwhoii nru In
Portland hihiikI iik n fow rtnyii,
T, II. ICouyon wiih In (liu city yoH
tordny from liln homo In ItoilnuuidH,
Fred A. Woolflnn, ndvortlnliiK
4 mniiugnr of Tho llulliitln, wont to
Portland Hntjirduy night on IiiihIiicms.
(I. W. Union, Tiiiniilo murclinnt,
wnn In town on IiuMiiqim till morn
H. II. Lamping lonvon tonight for
Portland to uttond thu Hhrlno con
vention, AiiRUHt A. Andurnon, clilnf deputy
nhnrlff, In upomllng tho weak In Port
land, Mr. and Mm. II, J, I'owor nnd
ilictlr Kiic.Ml, MIhh llolnn liniinlHtor of
rDiidl(iton, nro motoring to I'ortlnnd.
night to rotnrn to lior homo In Port
land. Mth, Klnn Trlplutt, who linn boon
vImUIiik hur imrontfl, Mr. and Mro, I.
J. Wllldiuion, of Hi lit, city, him re
turned to lior homo In Portland,
Mr, and Mm. Kohcoq Handum left
today by auto for Portland and Wll
liiiiinlti) valley points for n two
All women of tho Moomihonrt lo-
Clou qro imbed to ho proHont Thum
day ovoulng at tho Moono chili
MInh Hollo lltirnott and son, ICiuiIh,
of Hllvur lakn were In Hond yostor-
dny on thnlr way to Portlund, whoro
thuy will vlitlt with frleniln.
M, U, I'nyno nnd family have ur
rived In Vancouver, II. C, In tho
courHo of their vacation unto tour.
"Ilund lookn hotter than anything I
have noon," hu wrllen,
II A tliwt fkf floiiunnlil lilim t f Itf - I
... .7 "."v """ " ""I I.yle Dawson roturnod thin morn
Itor In the city yextentuy. Mr. Bnow
Ik fnrctit rancor in tho CroKcoutd Is
Mi, and Mm. 1 1. U. Whlto arrived
In Head today front Portland. Mr,
Whlto ha accepted a poHltlou with
tho J. '(), Penney company.
JamoK 1). Hurry In In Iloud today
from hhi home at Crancout.
I,. I), Hoy of Hummer Lake In
npendliiK a fow duyn In tho city,
W. J, Graves of Itodmond, wan In
llend Innt night.
If. II. Do Armond loft Innt night
on a hiiMlnuHH trip to Portland.
Frank II. Fouler, Powell Iluttu
ntockman. In upending tho day In
Dr. A. I.ennliiK hnn gone to Kenttlo
to ho nlmont for tho next two week
on Importnul titinlnonn.
The Hoy Hcoutn aro requcntud to
meet with Rcnutmnntor Purdy at tho
now city park it t 1:30 o'clock to
MIsh Darlo Ilurton hnn accoptod a
poHltlou nl tho Uunltcd Warehouse.
Kho hnn liuou until thin week a mem
ber of tho offlco forco of tho KIrnt
Ladle of tho .Methodlnt church
nnd their frleudn w,JII ha eutortnlued
nt tho homo of Mm, Itlcharddou,
12C-I Kant Third street, nt 2:30
A fooujnalo;wlll bo Klvoti Saturday
ny too litiuii'M- aici nociniy . or wio
Methodist church nt. tho Iluyburn
Mm. I.. Hcnmmond lit visiting In
J Portland for a fow dnyn.
II. A. Miller and II. J. Ovorturf
left hint nlRht for Portland.
It. H. Dart loft Innt night to Hpond
novel nl dnyn In. Portland.
Hob Muwollyu wnn In today from
bin camp at I.uva lake,
ThnmiiM E. doing, Jr., loft Innt
night on n trip to I'ortlnnd.
A. Audernon In on hln way to So
nttto on a biiBlnetm vlnlt.
Mm, W. II. llobbij and dnughtar,
Cynthia, of It.edmond, nro spending
tho day In Iloud.
Mnrgnrot CoiiRhlln loft Inst night
to npeud Koveral dayn In Portland
visiting with frlendn.
Mrn. C. B. Wutnon, who hnn beon
tho guest of Mm. C, Khutor, loft Innt Improvement lonRuo will meat nf.
Iur from a few dayn' vlnlt In Port
land. Mm, Dawson, who accompan
ied him on tho trip down, In romnln
Iur In Portlniul for n nhort time.
Mm, V. A. Itlco nod Mm. It. II.
Mnucy will hold n candy and fancy
work nolo at tho Ileybnrn hnrdwnro
ntoro, tho recelptn to go to tho Meth
odlnt church fund.
Henry Mnyroud nnd hln mother,
Mm. Lonorn Mayrond, ntnrtcd lant
nlRht for Llttlo Fall, Minn. Mr.
Mayrond will return to Hand aftor a
nhort vlnlt nt hln old homo.
Mm. J. D. Mler nnd Walter Lott
of Livingston, Mont., who have boon
visiting their brother, O. J. Addlnk,
of thin city, left Innt night for Port
land, accompanied by Mm. Addlnk
and nor dntiRhtor, Knthorlno, From
Portlnnfl, Mm. Meier nnd Mr, I.ott
.will ro to Livingston, Mm. Addlnk
and her dntiRhtor returning to Hend.
Mm. Ovid Itlley roturncd lust night
fronc n vlnlt to Portlund. , '
II. C. Mlttnn wnn In Hand ypntor
day from Fort Hock.
Mrn, John Molltor loft tor Portlund
nm nlRht for n turuo weeks' vlnlt.
F. B. Howard In in Portland on n
hunlnu-xn trip for tho Owl' pharmacy.
I'M OoorRo left hint nlgHt ror Port
laud after npendliiR a fow duyn In
Ilontl. w ' -W-
JT Arthur fllmonn Ivftjlantnlchir for
Portland, whoro ho Intends to Join
Kvorott Knllclc loft Innt nlRht for
Ilodiuond. Ho hnn nccurcd omploy
inent on u nearby rnnch,
8. 0. Moody, formerly employed
by, Tho Shovlln-Mxon company, left
thin mornltiR for Koattlo.
Mm. J. A. Hurnun, mother of B.
M. Mlttnn of Fort Hock, loft for her
.homo In Puhco, Wnnh., hint nlRht af
ter u vlnlt with her non.
II. II. Halt of I'ortlnnd roturncd
to hln homo Innt nlRht. Mr, Hall
ban been lookliiR over farm liimU in
thin vicinity. . -'- v
Mm. Mlnnlo Hcnvln. whohnnbeon
In Iloud thin weok. iib tho Ktiort 'oT
lior duuRhtor, loft for. her;hOfno In
Scnttlo lant nlRht.
Mrn. Pnt'Itandnll nnd dauxbfer of
Ilurim left for Portland. lnstnlKhf.
Mm. Itnndall In tho wlfo of tlTo'chlo't
deputy nhorltf of Haruoy county.
MontborH of tho Womon'n Civic
o'clock tomorrow nftornoou In tho
Mrn, I., W. Uulcholl nrrlvod In
Hand tlilif niornltiK, accompanied by
her mother, Mrn, Wllmu WnRonor of
Clydo M. MclCny and family left
thin mornliiR by auto for Portland,
whoro they will uttond tho Ohrlno
AJIiih Herunrdlna Ontermnn, who
ban boon u renldont of llend for koiiio
time, left Innt ulcht for Sou Hide,
whoro alio will mako her homo dur
ing tho Hiimmqr montliH. From
there nhe hopex to i;o ount.
Minn Gertrude DInhou will nrrlvo
hero tomorrow mornliiR lo npend tho
netx two weokH an tho Rtient of Mm,
Tluk Chautauqua tent In helni;
eroctrul today on tho vacant loin
north of tho Rymnnnlum, under tho
direction of C, Harbeo,
Mm, W. II, Puott, who In inovlnR
from Prlnovlllo to Homl, loft for
Prlnovlllo Innt nlRht to complete tho
HhlppliiR of her hounehold nffectn.
A. C. Jnmcn of Ornnn Valluy, who
hnn beon emMoyed nt tho Metropoli
tan barber nliop far tho Innt two
wuakn, loft for hln homo hint nlRht.
Mm, F. B. Htudebakcr and two
children returned lant nlRht from n
vlnlt of nevernl weokn with Mrs.
Htudebaker'n parontn In Hpokano.
Mr. nnd Mrn. Arthur HchlllltiR nro
tho parontn of an 8 VS -pound baby
boy, born lant weok In Hnlcm, whoro
Mrn. HchlllltiR .wan vlnltltiR relatlvcn.
II. J. Miller, brother of Mrn.
Chorion Hofntotter, arrived In Hend
lant night, and will npeud a fow days
with tho Hofntottern on their ranch
In tho Tumalo noction.
Mrn. Mnry Knln, who wont to 8o-
nttlo on n bunlncNK trip novoral
weokn nno, has roturnod to Itend.
Hho will npend tho summer montliH
on lior rnnch near hero.
Frank Hudnon, who hnn boon cm
ployed by tho H. P. & 6. for thp pant
two montliH nn pnnneiiKor conductor,
hnn nccopted n freight run between
Pond nnd Fallbrldco.
Martin Porn, who ban boon em
ployed In tho Ilrookn-Scnnlon mill,
loft Innt nlRht' for Scnttlo, from
which point ho vxpoctn to ship for
Vj. W. Stewart, nuporlntondcnt of
tho Went Coant Iilfo Innurnnco com
pany, accompanied by II. H. Wilcox,
lochl oReut, loft lant night for Port
Mr. and Mr. B. DuRnu nnd two
noun, Warren and Howard, linvo re
turned to Portland, after brltiRltiR
to, Hend 900 bond of nbecp for J. A.
SmAli. Tho stock wnn from tho
ranch recently sold by Mr. Smith nt
II. J. Harper, O. W. Morrow nnd
A, KruoRor, real ostato men of Port
lund, huvo boon In noud thin week,
completing ncRottntloiiH with J. II.
Miner of this city for tho Portland
nRoncy of Pond routty handled by
Mr. '.Miner. They loft for their homes
D. H. Monroe, snlcs manaRor, nnd
William SprliiRer, specialty man, of
tho Auld company, Portland, wcro
in Hend looking up plumbing re
quirements in connection wtlh tho
honvy bulldliiR which Is going on
liAro thin nummor. Aloxundor Mor
rison, Bales nRont for tho company,.
wUI bo hero for sovcral days more.
His. associates loft for Portland. last
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Mcl.enron of
Haqulam, Wash,, havo boon In Hond
for tho lant iwo weeks, looking tor
n farm location. They left Inst night
for Hoqulam, highly Impressed with
the Contrnl Oregon country, nnd ex
pressing tho Intonllon of returning'
horo an noon nn they can wind up
tholr biiHltien uffalm In WiiHhlngtoii,
Hend In tho only town ho has over
neon which In without n knockorMr.
Announcement of tho engagement
of Chenley Itedlfor of Itodmond nnd
Minn Mabel Doty of Hend wnn mndo
lust night at u party given by Minn
Moutollo Harvey nt tho homo of hor
mother, Mrn. M. J. Harvey. Thono
In httendnnco wcro'. Mrn, Harvey,
Minn Ilurvey, Minn Doty, Minn Anna
Doty, Miss Audrey McCuno, Miss
Nolle Market, Minn Holon M. Foley,
MIhh Hernlco Morgan and Miss
Mr. Wilcox will return tomor-
Minn Corneal Mantbrnon in visiting
Mm. Ij. Curry Js vlnltlng frlendn In
L. II, Laird In spending a fow dayn
in Portland on business.
Mrn. Blcnnor McCarthy of Sliver
Lnko was In Hend last night on her
wny to Portland.
Mm, o. Wow left last night for
Sheridan, Ore,, to spend tho early
nummor weeks wtlh relatives.
Mrn, John Ongcn and daughter,
Charlotte, aro in Portlund visiting
with Mm Gngcn's parents,
8. It. Johnson of San Francisco,
who In promlnant In tho lumber busi
ness, is in Hend for a fow doyn.
Mrs. Jack Arnold left last night
for Portlund, where nbo will spend
tho next two weeks vloltlng with
Mm. F. A, Cook, mother of Mm. J.
Sill, who has been visiting her daugh
ter for tho past two weeks, left last
night for her homo In Joplln, Mo.
Mm. T. J. Laughlln, for several
days tho guest of Mrs. It. F. Smith
of thin city, has returned to her
homo In Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Thomas of
Bishop, Cal., nro visiting their
daughter. Mm. Charlos Morris, of
W. "J. Sproat of tho forest scrvlco
sent n frozen carrier pigeons to Sher
imrn today, to bo released for a train
Ing floght back to Hend.
Mr. and Mrn. J. M. Lowen and
three children left for their homo In
Fortunn, Cal., last night after a fow
weeks' vlnlt In Hend with relatives.
Mm. It, H. Mctculf; who has been
In Central Oregon looking after her
ranch property in tho Tumnlo dis
trict, hns returned to her home in
Mtvjnid Mrs. J. Morrifleld of Cul
ver were In Hend last night on their
wnr Nino irum ouiinnni num. ju.
J Constructive Banking differs from ordinary
banking in that the former policy is one of keep
ing the money in the home town, developing
the home enterprises and the resources of the
home country, and thus creating the wealth of
the territory which the Constructive Bank serves.
Tho First National Bank ton years ago adopted such a
policy towards Bend and tho Central Oregon Country
and it is tho Dominant Policy of this institution today.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK of BEND-
THE" BAflK OF" SUPERIOR SERVICE?
II I ' - - r . I
Morrlfild Is in the real estate bust
jobs In Culver.
uev. a. .m-.. roily, general iiciu
representative of tho Haptlst nation-
nl promotion work, was In nend
looking-after his properly Interests
In this 'section yesterday. Ho left
last night for Portland: ,
Miss Julia Kennedy left thlH morn
ing for Los AnRok'8, where shq will
stay with friends whllo nttgndlng tho
Mnnual Arts summer school. Sbo
will return to Hond in tho fall.
James B. Doylo and daughter,
Margaret, started last night on n
trip to'8eattlo. Mr. Doylo Is pro
prietor of tho Royal cafo.
B. S. Dunn of Pittsburgh, who has
been In I3end recently in tho lutorcst
of tho Allegheny Lumber company,
left last night for San Francisco.
MIks Rao niack, who has been em
ployed nt tho Pilot Butto Inn for
sovernl months past, left last night
for Portland, whoro sho intends to.
mako her homo.
Mr. and Mm. Jack Coleman aro on
thefr way to Ontnnogan, Mich., whoro
they will visit Mrs. Coleman's par
ents. Tho Journey Is In tho nature
of n honeymoon trip, as Mr. nnd Mrs.
Mm. IJryan Niswongor nnd son,
LKIiner, who hnvo been visiting in
Hond for somo tlmo us tho guests of
Mr. and Mrs.- C, P. Niswongor of this
city, terminated their visit lust night,
leaving for Portland.
Colomnn havo been married for but
n fow weeks. Mm. Coleman was
formerly Miss Veronica Cane, prin
cipal of tho Rold school.
R. H, Chapler of tho national for
est sorvlco district office in Portland
Is In Hond today. Mr. Chaplor Is In
charge of cnoporritlvo work,, succeed
ing N. 0, Jacobson In that position
when tho latter enmo to tho Dcs-
chutos forest na supervisor. Ho will
go south to Klamath Falls beforo re
turning to Portland.
A Special Drive of
Ladies' Sport Coats!
A fortunate purchase made by our New York
representative enables us to offer these Coats
at about one-half price.
Sizes from 16 to 42, in Tan, Blue, Copper, Velours
and Polo Cloths. Make your selection early as
these Coats will not last long at these prices.
Special for this Sale ...$15.00 to $19.80
.$3.00 Welworth Lingerie Waists $2.39
$2.00 Wirthmore Lingerie Waists $1.69
Bathing Suits, for Men Women and Children, in
cotton or worsted.
Men's Bathing Suits $2.50 to $7.75
Ladies' Bathing Suits $2.75 to $8.50
Children's Bathing Suite $1.15 to $2.75
Jack Tar Middies and Dresses
"Rub 'em and tub 'em,
They come up smiling."
New Middies in white and unbleached; made in
a variety of designs; from $2.69 to $3.95
Jack Tar Dress for Children 2 to 6, 6 to 14, and
Misses 15 to 19, priced from $3.95 to $8.50
Khaki Outing Wear
We have a full assortment of Middies, Coats,
Skirts (plain and divided), Bloomers and Riding
Special Wool Roll Wrap Puttee Leggings; three
yards long, at, per pair. $1.75
All Tills Week Is
Foot Comfort Week
June 21 to 26
FrceExaminatfon and Consultation to
Those Who Have Aching, Painful Feet
We want to prove to you that it is needless to have lender,
"aching, tired feet. We have established a Foot Comfort
Dep't, and this week a Fool Comfort Specialist will make
a free examination and show you how easily you can over
come your foot trouble by following the Dr. Scholl Method.
You certainly owe it to your feet to get his advice on any
annoyance, discomfort or pain of the feet. Let our foot ex
pert show you how to have comfortable feet by wearing
lfyouhreflt fctt.woV. arches,
ore hU, tender jotnti, buntom,
corns, callouses, swellings and sore
ness of the feet ireak ankles call
this week and team hem easily you
can be relieved how staple it is to
correct the cause nhcn you kaoi?
Sea Our Windows of
Dr. SchoU's Foot'ComJort-
STOP AND SHOP AT
M, B, Loo loft for Portland Inst
night on n business trip.
K. S. Drt will lenvo Monday for
Portland for u visit of novoral days.
Mrs, Charles Durham and dntiRh
tor loft Inst night for ni visit with
rolntivos nt IhirlinKton, Wash,
J. A. Wilcox, promlnout nttoriioy
of Itodmond, spput Friday In Hond on
C. M. nnsmusson of Doschutes was
n bustnoss visitor in tho city yostor
dny. Miss Gortrudo DoShaw nrrivod in
Hond this morning and is tho guest
of Mrs. Ilazol Manlon.
Douglas Mullarky, editor of thoj
Itedmond Spokesman, was In Dondl
yesterday on a brief business visit.
Mrs C. II. Knowlbs returned thla ,
morning from .Portland, whero she!
has been visiting her sister.
S. A. Smith of Alfalfa left for
Portland last night on n business
Morris Warren of Portlnnd left for
his homo Inst night after spending
tho day In Pond on business.
Miss nilllo Fonlmoro, navnnco
ngont for tho Chautauqua, loft last
night for Prlnovlllo.
Donton Shaw of this city loft last
night for Prluovllle, whero, on Suu
dny, ho will wed Miss Anna McCIuro
of that city.
Miss Mao D. Klnsoy of Eugeno,
who has been visiting nt tho homo
of Mr. nnd Mrs. T. II. Foloy, loft for
her homo last night.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Noll of
Prlnovlllo aro tho parents of n bnby
girl, born at St. Charles' hospital In
Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Johnson, of
Dorkoley, Cal., uro visiting at tho
homo of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Mc
Cann, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. II;, Lylos and J.
II. nuakner woro nmoiiff those who
will attend tho Shrlno convention in
O. F. Swelgort nnd Mrs. C. L, Wor
nlcko of Portland roturnod homo
last night after a fow days' stay In
Bond on business.
Make This Your
Your Toilet Soap
Box Lot Special
for Saturday only
Lm-KU lluth Soup; regular 10c. llo.v
lot, hpciul ....?t.OO
llUith Tablet; rt-R. lOe. llox lot,
niwelul (1 doz.) $1.00
Pino Tnr, largo bars re. 10c. llX
lot, xpvclul (1 doz.) !..rvOOo
Motlmiilu'w, largo bar; rcg. 10c. ltox
lot, hpoclal (I dor.) M..,00o
Castile, with wash cloth; ' refj, lflc.
llov lot, special (O bnr.s) 7So
Orcnuo Oil; reg. 10c Box lot, iks
clal'l dose) - - -!.
Palm QUvo; rog. 10c. Isoxjot,-
clal "(1 doz.)'.. ,:.....t.00