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LETTHESE COLUMNS ANSWER THE QUESTION
'2&tsW tGlirzi A t off a w r w n wtrrro??
Only 8 More
Do it Now
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Just arrived--A now shlp
mcnt of Leather
A very practical gift, priced
nt .-iOe, $1. I. Mi
tfl..-(, )ji 1.7.1, ijK!, .i:1.7rt
Each In nn artistic holld.y
box ,"c to )?
4fR8$m2$ I'l Mr
KTMN vR; Krarnj ,
f efflff )Vf fcv- .Vak&? T'r4 feU
practical gift. Complete Hue of ladles umbrellas
practical gift. Complete! Inu of ladles umbrollns
shown with the new crook handle, gome detachable
at si. a.-, .s i.(i, ,s.(i(t, S2.no, s.-.oo
IRELAND'S Gloves Guprr.nteod
Capo gloves for ladles per pair .SI.oO,
Capo Bloves for children per pair
.Mocha glove, pray or black, por pair
Chnmol8 gloves, wanhahlu per pair
Are Ideal gifts for Christmas
Mens linen inlt.al handker
chiefs nt, each Uftc
Men's linen hrndkerchlefs, 4
In lio nt box si.on
l.i'dltH Intilnl ha idkerchlefs
nheei IliiutT.M' ,'t In Imv. noc
Othei lnd'.PH' li ixed hnndker-
chlcfi nt the iu
il.V, 7flc, K.ie, SI, SI. m
nt reduced prices- -buy
now boforo our nsBort
inent Is broken, nil i.t
-ii'.r lo TiO'r reductions
I.e. ther Itomeoe f r me a. . .
si. ro, si.h."
l'elt slippers for men . . .7.V
l'elt slippers for children. . .
!0c, (l.",e, 7,-c, tide
l'elt Juliets for Indies ....
SI, SI. 1.1, SI.--1
Kelt hedioom -'Uppers for In
diet., pnlr . . .7.1e, H.1e, SI. .10
T.ADIKS will approclnto one
of tl-iBo pietty Civcpo de
Clilop wnlstH ns n plft Mm
vnliies wo offer nro extraor
dinary S2.7.1 mill ijtl
Clearance of Ladios'
IMIOKNIX Silk Hosiery, packed two pnlrs In
attractive box, thoy'to Ritnrnutecd
(Ladles nt, the box S1..K), (?'.oo, (?:i.(io
Moil's at, tho box SI.00
Men's KIbro Silk IIobc, lllcck Cat, nn excellent
wearing number at per pnlr ".1c
See our line boforo you buy,
moEt attractive line In town,
Children's 'uith rotes IJI.7.1
Ladles bath robes
. . S 1.7.1, S'-.."l, s:i.7., S.1
Men's bath robes . . . sum
SI..K), iji.i, ..i..ki, ;iii. .S7.no
Men's Knitted Reefers
In KIbro Silk it
SI, SI.--1, SI..10
Men's imspendcrH In holiday
b.jxe.i nt ."or
Combination sets of hose.
Knrters and clft.ir ciisch Si.dii
Other combination sets nt..
.Kle, 71e, S."e
Leather Coods for
Including maulcuro sets,
elBnr nnd cl r n r n t t n
crse , mllltnry brushed
Put up In Cuicy Cre
tonno & flowered boxes
specially priced U.l-.iue
Kor hnlr bows- Knncy
bOB8 Lnmp Klmd"8,
i:te at yard . . .",0c,
a.ic, :i.ie, roc, hoc 7.ie
New Patterns Men's
Corliss Coon inako
fnst color fabrics nt .
SI. SI.. 1
Men's ncrkwenr In bol
di.y boxis at . . .M)e up
tire u Klft that will llml
fnor with thu man or
Ilnys mack Inn wh s:i.7.i,
SI. SI.U.1, SI, .11 1, s.i
Mens mueklunws Sd.no
. S7, S7..10, SH.7.1, SIO
... , ,SI to sni.no
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LOCAL NEWS ITEA1S
C. V. Cnrmlchaol Is In town from
I.a Pino today.
W. H. Itlley has been down from
La Pino this week.
Porn, on Sunday, to Mr. and Mrs.
Ilnrry Peach, a boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Forrest spent
Saturday In Itedniond.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ilnncr woro In
Prlnovlllo on Saturday.
W. U. Duvldson, i0f Terrebonne,
spent Monday In Dead.
John Ilynn of Pend was a Port
land visitor lust week.
Dorn, to Mr. and Mrs. Henry
George, on Friday, a son.
C. I. Ulalr, of Powell Uutte, spent
Monday in Pend trading.
OInf Hcmstnd, of Hemstnd valley,
has been In town recently.
J. Kdward Larson went to Hed
mond on business Saturday.
P. Huntington of Sisters, w.-.a hero
the latter part of last week.
P. K. Davis Is In today to niako
final proof on his homestead.
Martin Terrell Is roported to bo
seriously 111 with pnoiimonln.
Frank Porclval was In from his
Mlllloun honibstoad last week.
Mrs. Lou Pulllnm of Tumalo was
a caller In llend on Saturday,
Olo Ilal)kon of Deschutes trans
acted business ih Pond Monday.
Tom Cameron, n saw mill man of
Crescent, was In town on Monday.
Clarence W. Nelson loft on Mon
day for his homestead near Imporlal.
T. -.rm jw M- T-r j irjrmr
frrt ,rfi - t.Vv
. IUTT WA W iS - - W--"
Only ten days left" to do your shopping. Our
stock was never more complete, better hurry
and make your selection early. Do it now we
will hold and deliver Xmas morning.
E M. THOMPSON
The furniture man
;If.you don't trade with us we both lose money
K. S. Huntington, of Ijampton, was
n business visitor In Pend- on Satur
day. Dr. U. C. Coo returned Tuesday
morning from a business trip to Port
land. William Sproat returned Saturdny
night from a few days visit In Port
land. D. A. Pattorson, n farmer of Pow
ell Puttc, was in town on business
Hans Nolson of Purns has nccopt-
ed n clorlci.1 poslMon with Peed &
Miss Helen Mannoy expects to
loavo Friday to spend tho holidays in
Miss Portha Dlshon, ot Seattle, has
accepted a position with Mnnnhelmer
Mrs. M. P. Howe left with lier two
nieces for her Fort Pock homestead
Floyd Land nnd "Coonlo" Pceder
wero In from Silver Luko last week
V. A. Forbes and II. II. Do Armond
were visitors In Ln Pine on Friday
of InBt week.
J. I-:. Nichols of Tho Shovlln-lltxon
Company, iirrivod last Saturday for
a short stay.
12. L. Clark and V. F. Arnold enmo
down from La Pine Monday, return
A. J. Kroenort went to Portland on
buslnoss Thursday night, returning
Tho Christmas vacation of tho
Pend public schools commences on
Paul Garrison and C. M. McKay
made a trip to Summer and Silver
Lakes last wook.
Tumalo visitor In town yesterday
Including II. Solherg, Fred II. Wil
son and J. M. GrlfUn.
Miss Mabel Lorenco loaves Friday
for her home In Monmouth to spend
hr Christmas vacation.
A. M. Prlnglo made a buslnes trip
to Sliver Lake nnd Pataley last week,
returning Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Hnrdmann. of North
Adams, .Mass., nr visiting their
daughter. Mrs. 0. II. Fumt.
Superintendent and Mrs. II. L.
Hapkins will pnd Christina holi
days In Kiijeno nnd Medford.
Mfw Margaret Downs lwives Fri
day evening for her home in Poise
to spend the Christmas holidays.
Howard Palmer, who has been con
fluel to his bed for several days with
Ltbegrippi. U again able to be out.
II. J. Ovorurf returned on Sunday
from attending the county court con
vention held In Portland last week.
Many of tho teachers of tho Pend
public schools nro planning to go to
their homes for Christinas holidays.
The teachers of Mm Pend public
schools held their regular monthly
bamiuot nt tho Cozy Monday evening.
Mrs. II. II. Do Armond, who has
been visiting Mrs. L. M. Foss, In
Lowlston, Idaho, returned on Satur
dny, A. M. Monro Is planning to loavo
soon fo'r his old homo In Mississippi
whore hu will ougngo In cotton rais
N. A. Southwlek hns tnken a po
sition as assistant book keeper In tho
office of tho Pend Water Light (i.
Mr, and Mrs. D. C. Polhomus, of
Lamar, Colorado, spent Monday hero.
Mr, PolhcmtiB hits n timber claim
near Silver Luke.
Mrs. Georgo F, Hoover, who has
been nt tho llend Hospital for huv.
oral weeks, wns able to return to
hor homo last week,
Invltntfona havo boon Issued by
tho Hmblem Club for a dinner dnne
to bu hold nt tho hanuuet hall Satur
day evening, December 18.
Mrs. A. Lnttin, who has been vis
iting v,i(li Mrs. A. L. Fronch-for two
weeks, lft last Wednesday for hor
homo In i'entwnter, Michigan.
T. L. Hhovlln and other aiwoclat
od with him In Tho Shovllu-HIxon
Company nro tucpocted to urrlvo to
morrow morning In a visit of Inspec
tion. Dwlght M. Davis loaves tonight for
Portland whio hu will visit for a
few days boforo starting out to
spend the holidays with friends nnd
Judge Ponnld A. Itussell, of tho
Illinois liar, was the second speaker
In the hlcli sehool lyceum oourso held
In the Preshytarlan eliureh lost Fri
Invitations havo been twined by
MIhos Cornelia Wilson, Mabel Lor
anew and Helen Manuoy for a card
party nt Mis Wilson's home In Ken
K. G. nourk and G. H. Ufollette
wero visitors In Pend from Creacont
last week. Vr. Lafollette la spena-1
lug several wuks visiting frltndt at '
Creseent this winter. j
Mlaa i'anscy Stuart and Paul K. '
Peldel. of brother, were united In j
marriage last Wednesday evening by
Jddgo J. A. Hasten nt tho homo of
Miss Dalsey K. Stuart.
Tho ladles of tho Presbyterlnn
church report that their sale of fan
cy arlltlcH and rooked food held In
the Commercial Club rooms lest Sat
urdny netted thum $H7.
Tho Pnroiit-Teiichor Association's
parcel post sale held Monday night
In the Commercial Club rooms was
well patronized. All of tho parcels
offered for sale woro deposed of.
The Infant daughter of Mr, nnd
Mrs. Drum, who nro living on the
Arnold plucu on the llend-llurns
rond, died nt tho Pond hospltnl this
morning following uu operation for
Tho Parunt-Tencher , Association
nsks for gifts of pictures which would
bo suitable for children to bu used
In making picture boxes. They limy
bu loft nt tho It. M. Smith sturo for
tho association. .
Mr. nnd Mrs. T. A. McCnnn nrriv
nd ln Pond )ostordny with their
children mid will bu hero permanent
ly. They are living In one of the
I'lvnl houses until tho completion
of their house In Park addition.
Mrs. 8. Mcintosh left Thursd-iy
for Seattle, lining summoned on ac
count of tho Illness of her husband
who arrived In Seattle last week from
Alaska. Mr. Mcintosh whs token 111
with pneumonia while enrouto.
The olflc3 of the llHrrlsan Mthaui
Compaii), to he located In the Iara
building at the corner of Wall and
Oregon streets, I Hearing comple
tion. Cluirle Itraklnn and John
Steldl will have otllce room with
I'oiti- SltidenlN Selected lit Meet, lled
iikiihI anil Pilnevllle.
Floyd PeyiioIdH, Margurel Thoiup.
son, Myrtle Pugsley nnd Mnrgnrot
Shrnder wero chosen hiHt Thursday
In n try out lo represent tho Head
high school lu tho triangular detinlo
between llend, I'rluevlllo and Ited
niond to be held early In Jnntmry.
Tho iiiestlou debated wus, "Itosolvod,
That the Pulled Ktulos shoud Adopt
thu Ksseutlnl Features of the Hwlsa
Military System." Seven high vchool
stiidentH participated In t'h'u dulinte,
Tho subject wiih well handled (roni
both sldss and Iho debaters displayed
considerable ability In their olfertH,
Thu winners of places on the do
Uite team wero also nwnnled fl
prIzeH offered by tho First Nnllonnl
Hank of Pend.
There' not much I line left for
Christmas shopping! Visit (he Hap
tlst ladle ante tomorrow afternoon
and evening lu the Coininerclal Club
room. You'll find useful rtlt-lea fur
gifts, Jupaaeae noveltlM and lota of
fun for old ami young at the. Hah
pond. Coffee and sandwiches will lie
Depot Ilnt-1 lb home of the home
steader - Adv. 3ii-41p
OIL STRUCK IN HARNEY .
Frank Dibble llrliigN Itcport of Sua.
cwh .Met lly Dtllleii.
Oil hns been struck lu the I luring
valley not far from limns nceorillni
lo reports brought li from the latnr
tor town laat week by Frank Ulbhlfl.
Mr. Dibble had with him u Jar til thftv
product of the well, Ihu winiflnla
having uu unmlstakHblo oil amuH And
Tho drlllltiK of the well ha ligu
under way for a long llmu. 'I'll
depth reached I S.70Q feet tttd wk
Ink of the lii-re ia now to IhjkIh.
WAItXKIt TO MOVIJ HtXKV.
The Warner Company bulldlni; oi(
Wall street Is nearly completed. 0:
A. Warner ie planniiiK to uto In Ilia
new quarters shortly after Jaandy I.
Try dellcatesMU speeinlllfM at
American Hakery. Home iimiln sal
ads, lmk4 leans and eooki d monta
Ity and Graham Hour marmfaetur
cd In an old fashioned Krnh llubr
mill, lis puriiv Is uiiexeelled.' Adv.
FOIl VOPH NKXT Sl'IT
See DICK TFo Tailor
All Kinds of
ULItANIXG AND I'HKSSING
e Phone lllack H81
Wear-Ever Aluminum Ware
Till-: 111. ST I'Olt COOiI(i I'l lll'Osl.s. H IrnIh loi cmi
NVver rusl Lssy to ktep rlran Vu n mn'iig nueesuirv
Help food to cook evenlv U'ejir I'.M-r Miiii.Iiiiimi has Im-cii
put to the most kKvere tisls nnd the r.-iw!'- kIi. ii to l- aup
erlor to any other metal for eooklnK uii-arllx We have n
complete stock from whlih ou mio hi i,-it. c mm m and isk
ua questioua alHiut it.
IT IS ALWAVK A I'LL.Ahllti: 'IO SHOW Ot'll (.OODH.
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