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WH WIHII TO THANK OUR MANY lA$fN Mil
TIIIJIH (llCNUIIOUfj I'ATHO.VAOli IN THIJ i'KAIl
.IITHT I'AMHItf) AND TO IJXTIJND T() TIII4.M ALL
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llAPPY NKW YttAltl
II. Z. Davis of Q(mI spont Monday
TJio schools will open ngaln on
Ji 0. JoitHou lifts boon ill for thu
past fow ilnyn. . '
W. A. Nannoy of Dosohutcs wan
horo on Monday.
0. W. Ashbnugii of Hampton npoitt
Clirln. Tinner lini been In from
Itolynt ilil week.
II. J. pvtrturf was out of (own on
Mr. and Mrs. 0. I. Putnam louvo
for Salem on Frldayi
lien Hagobooch of Prlnovlllo spent
UhrUtinns day lioro.
Mm. Klsla M. lllnlr of Powell Ilutto
wnii hero on Monday.
A. I). Norton of Mllllcnn wan lioro
on luminous yesterday.
Mrs. K. J'. nrosiejr.haua.jMnt Mon
day visiting In Deschutes.
J. IS. Maston of I,a I'ino htm been
lioro for tho pntt fow days.
An Informal musical wns given at
tho Kara houso Sunday attornoon.
Mr. and Mm. Dan It. Hmlth of Laid-
law worn In (own on Christmas day.
Mm. tlooj "Wlnklnmn of Summer
Lako spent Monday at tho Pilot
J. II. .l.ltclKiiintoln of OlHt wns
roglstorud at tho Wright on Monday.
Horn to Mr. and Mm. Prank Ilon-
nott, on Monday, a sovon pound hoy.
Charles Pitcher of Silver Lako
spont Monday hero buying supplies.
Olios. Iloyd Iijih moved his meat
markat to tho Iloyd hulldltiR on Ilond
Forest Ranger Ilurton Onoy of tho
Itlg Hlvur Kamtor station was horo on
W. n. Wilson of Portland wai horo
on Monday visiting hli mother, Mm.
H. D. Wltnon.
Mr. and Mm. O. 0. Ilutzuln of
Hampton worn horo tho lattor part of
tho past week.
Tho words "United Rtatos Tost
Office" havn boon painted on tho post
Mrs. L. 0. Johnson of Fort Hock
has boon staying at tho Pilot Ilutto
tor tho past week.
Dr. J. If. Connarn spoilt Christmas
day with hU family on tholr homo
toad near Crescent.
Mr. and Mm, Floyd Dement re
turned this morning; from tholr trip
to Portland and Astorln.
0. Q. St John of Crescent spent
Saturday, and Sunday hero. Ho was
rcgUtorod at tho Ilond.
Mlft 4 . WW 4II)MU4M MJIIIIU
arrived, Monday night to visit liur
son, II. H. Do Armond.
Mnnagor J. F. Popo of tho Plonrar
Tol. 6. Tel. Co. on mo over from Prlnc
vlllo yesterday on business.
After the 1 st of January
1 will be situated at tho corner
of Grccmvoo jstnd Bond, iii
tho Boyd building.
We have just received u complete
assortment of the latest styles in
Hhio Serge uiul attractive Grays.
Conic in and see them nt the .stoic
where yon get your money's worth
Agents for Standard Patterns.
The Dream Theatre
' SPECIAL PROGRAM
ON JANUAR.Y 1, NEW YEARS NIGHT
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INS' PARTS. 7 PIECE ORCHESTRA
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Mrs. M. B. Orny of Mllllcnn wus
horn on Wednesday, roturnlns to hor
luinicstoail Thursday mornliiK.
Mrs. V. A. Bhonqucst loft Jast-nlnht
foi Victoria, I). C, whoro sho Will
visit for tho noxt two months.
City marahal lloborts Is romalntns;
'on duty until flvo o'olock In tho morn
Ins; during tho period or long nights.
0. W. Wohll, F. C. Ilurdlck nnd I.
F. linylls of Post camo In yesterday
and left for tholr homo thin morning.
Up Holib of Powell Hutlo has
muted tho Illttncr houNo In Park
addition and brought hla family hero
Harriott Doleon. who has been horo
for tho Inst fow days, leaves tomor
row for Prlnovlllo, whoro sho Is going
to vlett friends.
Although tho cold spoil was broken
a wuek ago tho Ilond Water Light &
Power Co. Is still busy thawing out
frozen water jdpes.
Mrs. II. W. Manlon and Chos. W.
K rsklno took, tho first prUo for wait.
Ing nt tho Fraternal JJrothcrhood
danco Christmas eye.
tf,co U. Tlornoy of Portland, trav
rllug passenger ngont of the Qreat
Northorn was horo Tuesday with J,
T. Hardy of tho Oregon Trunk.
Mrs. Hoson, daughter of Mrs. lou
Ua Klomlne. camo last week for lior
children, going with thorn to llrown.
Ing, Montana, where her husband Is
physician on an Indian reservation.
n. M. Oulbrendsen. who Is employ
ed In tho Bend Steam Laundry, went
to Portland Saturday night, "whoro ho
was married to Carollno Mario dut
sclt. Mr. and Mrs. Oulbrendsen re
turned to Ilond on Monday.
Sheriff Frank KlklDO Iim moved
from Prlnovlllo to Ilond. having rent-
cm! n house and brought Ills ramuy
hero on Monday. It Is reported that
ho expccU to buy an Interest In n lo
cal business but that deal la not yot
cloned. , .
If. II. Do Armond spent Saturday
J. W. Horner was tip from Laldlaw
J. II. Wonandy was In Portland on
buslnoM last week.
P. II. Johnson of Mlllloan wan hero
on business Monday,
Jerry P. Ilaloy of Laldlaw was hero
on Saturday on business.
. K. M. laira' returned from a six
wook's visit oast on Friday.
P. W. Uoaslor of .Iji'dlaw oamo up
on Thursday to sjpaad Mnus day.
William Alt was hero on Monday
to jnnko final proof ort his noroitsKi.ifl,,
Miss Mary liewson stlont Christ
mas day with hor ulster at their
JIM, 0. W. Arnold nrrlvoU Chrlst
sjfts morning to spend u fw wevks
Mr. and Mrs. Chostttr ISktlow are
srjondlnK tha holidays with Ui Von
devoris. 0. H Corkett returned to town to
spend Christmas, leaving for Portland
J. H. Hngobretson has taken over
tho Uyan plumbing shop on Minneso
- Nqll Markel, who has been In Col
dendale, WashlngtoD, roturnod Xmas
Nona Itichnrdson nrrlvcd In town
Thursday night to spend tho hall-
ho lattor's homo for tho
aintuto Msnnhnlmer wont for n
faw days business trip to Portland
on Saturday. '
Prod Trlplntt nnd John Hates, ret
lurneu irom a uvo uuj; n miming trip
on Tirursdny. .
P. Kllburtf, manager of tho Tumn
Lum Lumber Co., nt Mnuptn, spont
Harriot DoUon of Crescent has
boon visiting Mm. V. A. Forboa dur
ing thq holidays.
Cora ItAtoH has been visiting Vonm
YftuifR at 1
Try an oyster cocktail at tho Coin
Ooro, Otv P. A. Morgan had oq
caslon recontly to uso n liver medl
oluo nud snya of Foloy Cnthnrtlo Tab
lots: "Thoy thoroughly oloaneed my
system nnd I folt llko u now man
light and free. Thoy nro tho bost
modleluo I have ever tukotv for oon
stlpatlou. Thoy koop tho Btomnoh
sweot, liver nctlyn, bowola rogulnr. '
Pnttorson J)riig Co. Adv.
Miss Manny Is assisting at Mnnn
holmcrH storo while Claudo Munn
holmor is in Portland.
Alwyn Lee. who has a homestead
In the Mllllran Valloy, was here on
Monday buying supplies.
Mr nnd Mrs. Harry Wyso came In
from tholr Crescent homestead on
Sunday, returning yesterday.
Lyle Rlchurdson of Crescent has
been horo for tho last week, strand
ing tho holidays with his parents.
II. II. Iloguo, who has boon living
hero for lho tiast two months, has
.returned to his ranch at Hampton,
t Mrs. Dell Pnrkor, of La Pino, has
boon visiting hor daughter, Mrs. Oen
orlovo MacLaurln over tho holidays.
Angnllne L. Young, who hns been
teaching school at Wasco, Oregon,
returned homo Thursday nlglit to
spend tho holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. II. Faulkner of Itoso
burg loft Monday morning after
spending Christmas with their son,
Dr. W. W. Faulkner.
, H. J. Chonoweth ft Ornndvlow,
was hero Monday on business con
nected with the proposed Irrigation
Of the Lower Desert country.
Henry Whltsett Is repairing his
house preparatory to taking up his'
residence In Hend again. Mrs. ivnlt
sott Is expected to return soon.
Harold O. Tholstrup of 1j PIr.e
came down on Monday to prove up
on bis homestead. His brother. Inar
T. Tholstrup, accompanied him.
I Tho monthly busJncss meeting of
the Methodist Ladles Aid Society will
bo held at 2:30 o'clock next Wednes
day afternoon at tha homo of Mrs.
C. p. Nlswonger.
'Mrs. S. A. Dutt and ber two sons,
left last Wednesday morning for a
morMh's visit In Portland and points
In Washington. Whllo In Portland
they expect to eco Miss Bastes at tho
Sacred Heart Hospital.
Jlr. and Mrs, W. C. McCulston loft
Saturday morning for a visit In Mem
phis, Tenn. They expect to return
to' Head about March 1, taking In the
Mnrdl Oras festival In New Orleans
and tho exposition at San Diego on
,Mrs. J. II. Minor has rceelvcd word
of tho death of tho Infant child of a
brother living In Auburn, Washing
ton, Tho baby wan loft at home
wHilo Its inothur. stepped out for u
fow.tjnlnutcs and was burned In a
flru that started from an unknown
Itov. IS. C. Nowhnm. formerly pns
tor of the Methodist church !n Ilond
and now having the church in Prlne
vlllo. has Mn III reeUy. Accord
ing to Mr. XowhftHU an ujiauthorlsod
quarantine was begun on the ground
that the eato was one of dlptherta.
but speedily removed wUan this was
found not to be thu easo.
T 1 TE wish our many friends j,
YY and patrons a very, very ' '
Happy New Year and at
this time wish to thank you for
the generous support accorded us
during the past year. Our aim
wdl be to constantly improve our
service and our merchandise and
give you top notch value always
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OOMMKUCLWi CLUIl LU.N'aiKOX.
At tho regular lunobeon of the
Commercial Club on Saturday both
tho Powell Uutle road and tho postal
route committees reported that they
woro nt work. T. E. J. Duffy of
Prlnovlllo, spoke of tho work on the
roads pir,tntd by tho Prlnovlllo club
and complimented tho Dend club on
tho unanimity It showed In Its work.
Tho next Ihncbcon.wlll bo held at tho
Wright Hotel on Saturday.
The Skute Hardware Company
wishes you a Happy and Prosperous
New Year. Adv.
Special New Year's dinner at the
Wright Hotel from 12 to t and C to
8 p. in. Adv.
FA KM LOANS.
We, nr prciwml to 'receive appll
ratluiiNfor n few small, farm loan.
:i to Sycars, on Irrigated, patented
lnnd, jFlrn't National Hank of Item!,
Oregon. 4 '1-i 3c
NKW YKAK MK.NU.
Chicken Salad, en Mayonnaise
Lottuftr? 1)111 Pfeklca Quequ Olivss
w- ., Potato PnrUlonno
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Stuffed Young Turkey,
Chicken Saute, a la Marongo
Small Tenderloin of Hoof, Larded,
1014 Fronoh Lamb Chops, Green Peas
IU)nst Blrlbln of Uoof nu Jus
Fronoh Custord Pudding
Qreen'ApVIo P1q Lomon Plo
Hqt Mltico Plo
DAN Lh, at Sathers Hall
The NEW YEAR IN m-tMM
t-i JJ Dec. 31 19l4January 11915
LUNCFl SERVE AT JlMERlCAN BAKERY JIT 11:15
DANCING AT 9 O'CLOCK Drara Theatre Orchestra
MONKY FKO.M FORESTS.
Oregon's sharo from rentals nt
'orest resorvo lands for the flse-il
year ending Juno 30, amounts to
til.CUfi.6o, according to an an
npuncomont made by Seorotary of
Stato Olcott. This money Is divided
equally among the school and road
funds of the oountlcs In which tha
reserves nro loeated. Tho apportion
inont for Crook county Is $5,150.01.
Tlio rratsrnal isrotherhood gavol
tlittir annual Christmas Kvo danoe in
Bather's Hall on Thursday. It was
well attended and lasted until about
two o'clock. Mra. MacLaurln fur
tbod the music with Uie help of
Ask your grocer for
Spray Flour. Adv.
Tho Blno lodge of Masons and tho
Order or the Eastern Star held a
Joint installation In their halt over
tho Deschutes bank on Monday night.
About 60 were present. Including
many relatives and friends 'of tho
members o'f tho two lodges. After
the ceremonies refreshments wero
Tho Skuse Hurdwaro Company
wlshrs you a Happy nnd Prosperous
Now Year. -Adv.
'There will bq a special New Years
dinner at the Cozy Roataurant. 43c
CARD OF THANKS.
Mrs. Jane Roblsson wishes to
thauk tho First National Dank for
their lovely box of goad. Also to
thank the ladles of tho Oathollo
Qhwreh for their beautiful flowers.
She also wfshea to thank those who
took part la the amrenade, Aa their
Jovoly music eharod her lonely hours
U p MRS. JANB ROBINSON.
The Skuso Hardware Company
wishes you a Happy and Prosperous
New Year. Adv.
are the things that are used all the
year round that is, good groceries.
Try ours and you will be getting
the' first quality kind. Around the
holidays delicacies, are always in
season and our store can supply all
your needs in this line at right prices.
S. C. CALDWELL '
0JIH STOKK OF QUALITY
Frco Delivery Auyuhere In City.
Start the New Year fresh and buy a
New Seeley Mattress1
Absolutely the finest mattress
on the market. Guaranteed for twenty
years. Come and see
Et M. Thompson
TSi Furniture Mdix
I ADMISSION 25 CENTS
J. C, JKNSEN
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