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A promise is only a hope, an ac
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that it will give you the world's
music by the world's masters of
music. No other instrument can do
the same. NO other'instrument.
Come in and let us demonstrate the
Vietrola. We'll gladly play for you
all records by the most famous sing
ers and musicians.
End Crowloy of
nro visiting tflth
Victor and Edison
REED & HOR TON
LQCAL NEWS ITEMS
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C. M. McKay was out or town on
Born, on Saturday, to Dr. and Mrs.
1J. Fcrroll, a daughter.
Mrs. C. S. Hudson entertained ut
Ijrldgo Monday uftornoon.
Dwlght M. Davis left Thursday
night for a visit to Seattle
F J. II. Haner wont to Prlnovlllo yes
terday morning on business.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. II. Dorking
en mo up from Tuinalo yestorday.
JI. W. Knickerbocker come ovor
from Gist on buslnoss yestorday.
B. M. Thompson left last night for
Portland and Astoria on business.
Born, Tuesday morning, to Mr. and
Mrs. E. M. Mitchell, an 11 pound boy.
Tlio ofllces of Janice Ityan, J. II.
Arnold and II. J. Ovorturf wero mov
ed yesterday tJ tlin now olllco In tho
Lara building on Wnl. Btrcct. Tho
i telephono numbor romalns (lit! BOiiib.
Mr. and .Mrs. W. J. Sproat returned
from tholr honeymoon trip on Thuro
day. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Barnes, of
Prlnovlllo wore week-oncl visitors In
Ed Dunlin., of Portland, Is visiting
litis wcok with Jlr. ana Mrs. II. M.
Tho Commercial Club luncheon
will bo hold on Saturday at tho Hotel
V. A. Forbes and II. II. Do Armond
went to Prlrlovllla on business on
C. W. Howell nnd C. II. Spaugh, of
Tumalo, wero In (awn on business on
Carmody Brothers havo opened
tholr now cigar storo In tho old Lara
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sullivan left
yestorday morning for Seattle to visit
Tho ladles of-tho Eastern Star hold
a social Monday aveulng In tho Ma
sonic lodgo rooms. Tho evening was
hpent at fiOO. Refreshments wore
served to tho twenty five couples
Mr, and Mrs,
Mrs. Glen Eyro.
AI. A. Lynch and Donton G. lliir
dlck, of Uedmond, wero up on busi
ness on Friday.
C. AI. Hedfiold and C. L. McCn Jloy
of Deschutes wero business callers In
L'eiid on Monday.
Dr. J. It. Barr was called to Eu
gene on Wednesday evening on pro
Guy Lafolletto, editor of tho
Croolt County Journal, was over on
Sunday on business .
J. W. Howard and L. A. Hunt, of
Lowor Bridge, camo In with a load
of produce Thursday.
Airs. S. Mcintosh left Sunday night
for Portland whore she will purchase
a Una of spring goodR.
Ed Brock, whoso father home
steaded what la now Koiyvood 1 1
years ago, was In town last week.
Airs. E. AI. Lara hao Issued Invi
tations for a bildge party to bo hold
at her home In Plnolyn Park next
Dr. D. F. Brooks, of tho Brooks
Sennlon company spont Tuesday hero
Inspecting the work at tho company's
Miss Bertha Dlshon loft Tuesday
nidrnlng for Walla Walla whore she
was called on account of tho Illness
of a Bister.
Dr. W. W. Faulknor loft yester
day morning for Snn Francisco whore
ho was called by tho sorlous Illness of
Tho Brooks-Scanton Lumber Com
pnny lins moved Its muln ofllccs from
tho corner of Wall nnd Ohio streets
to tho mill.
A cafeteria dinner will bo given
tonight In tho Commercial Club
rooms by tho women of tho Presby
J. 1). Allnor returned on Monday
noriiiiirc from coast points wt.oro ho
has be-)'.' on busluou f-ir ;Uo last
County Commles'oiier H. J. Over
turf went to Prluevllle this morning
to nttond u special meeting of tho
A. L. French, who has boon con
fined to his home for sevornl weeks
with a sevoro attack of bronchlth,
Is able to bo out.
AIlss Louisa Halvorson loavas to
morrow morning Io her homo In
Hood Hlver t.ftor spending several
wcoks with friends.
u. II. .Norcott, whoao display of
nppies was one of tho features of tho
Tumnlo fair, last fall, Is up from
Tho rummage Rale hold Inst Satur
day ntUrv.fon In tho Commercial
Club rooms under tho auspices of the
Bend Benevolent Association was
A social will bo clvon nt tlm
Grange hall on the evening of Tues
day, tho 22nd. Each lady attending
le requested to bring two cups of
sugar for n candy pull.
Air. nnd Airs. H. W. Skuso enter
tained nt a dance at tho Emblem Clui
Saturday night In honor of AIlss Ar
chibald, of Seattle, who Is visiting
.urv nnu .Mrs. unrry urooKs.
About 30 couples wore entertained
by Air. and Airs. Harper Skuse at n
dancing party given last Saturday
evening at the Emblem Club compli
mentary to AIlss Hazel Archibald of
Tho Baptist Women's Union will
hold Its regular monthly buslnoss
nnd work meeting nt tho homo of
Airs. II. H. Do Armond Thursdnv nf
ternoon at 2: HO o'clock. All mem
bers nnd friends nro welcome.
Invitations hnvo been received In
Bond announcing tho marriage on
February 20 nt Andrews, Texas, of
AIlss Arrio Black to William Halbort
Grnham. AIlss Black, who Is a sis
ter of Airs. W. W. Faulkner, Is wall
known In Bend.
Tho Bond Bnnd will meet for Its
first rehr.irsul of the year on Thurs
day night. All old mombors and anv
new band men In town nre .urged to
be present and roport to Ashley Pu
rest nt 7:30 nt French's Btoro. Don't
forget to lirlug your instruments.
E. C. Stearns, employed nt one of
tho Brookn-Scnnlon logging caniw,
was brought In to tho Bond Hospital
by Dr. Coo Alondny night suffering
rrom nn attack of nppeudlcltts. Ho
Is reported as being bettor today, nnd
nn operation will not bo necossary.
Air. nriU Airs. Hnrry K. Brooks,
Air. and Airs. Tom Barnes, AIlss Hazel
Archibald, Douglas .Lnwson, John T.
Wheeler, Air. and Airs." J. II. Stanley,
Air. nnd Airs. Hnrpor Skuse wore-
guests at a dinner party given Inst
Saturday evening nt tho Emblem
rUItING the next SO days
I expect a number of par
ties coming here from the out
side who will be interested in
I F YOU want to sell, rent or
trade, list your property
with me. I will give same
my personal attention.
I HAVE money to loan,
small or large amounts, on
improved or unimproved farms
Come in and talk it over.
F. M. McCAFFERY
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
AIlss Hollo PaUlson, who has boon
vlslUng with hor sister, AIlss Nelllo
PaUlson, left Tuesday morning for
hir homo In Portland.
II. M. Abbott, of tho Wright Ho
tol, loft Tuesday morning for Port
land nnd Willamette valley towns to
bo gono about n weeK.
Cpunty School Superintendent .1.
E. Alvers camo over from Prlnovlllo
Inst night on business. Ho Is visiting
tho local schools today.
AI. J. Lemons, .who loft Tumalo
last fall, Is now living In Arizona,
near tho Onttunn mining camp, whoro
ho has purchasod property,
Tho Commerclnl Club luncheon
was held on Satuiday at tho Pilot
Butto hotel. No business of Import-
nnco camo up at tho meeting.
Air. nnd Airs. A. G. Allen camo In
from Alllllcnn on Saturday. Airs.
Ada B. Alllllcan camo with them, go
ing on to Prlnovlllo on Sunday.
D, E. Hunter moved Into his now
rcsldcnco on Ohio strcot this week.
Work was commenced Alondny moni
Inft on a now gar a go to bo erected on
Tho room formorly occupied by the
Brooks-Scuulon Lumber Co., nt the
cornor of Wall nnd Ohio streets Is
bolng remodeled for tho occupancy
of Tho Bend Company.
Alfred A. Aya camo down from Ln
Pino Wednesday, brjnglng .Mrs. Aya
nnd their daughtor who woro on 'tholr
way to vlsttl n Portland. Air. Ayn
roturnod to Ln Pino on Frldny.
Special servlco Sunday night at tho
AI. E. church for tho Knights of Pyth
ias, Itev. Kongy will speak on tho
subject: "Tho Beauty of nn Unfalter
ing Friendship." A bllvor offering
will be taken toward tho church debt.
Tho publlo cordially Invited.
Itev. Henrlckson, of Portlnnd, will
bo hero to hold services In the Scan
dinavian lnnguago Sunday, Fobrunry
20th, at 3 p. ni at the Alethodlst
church. All aro cordlnlly Invited.
Nov. Henrlckson was expected two
weeks ago but wns forced to change
his plaiiB becnuso of tho train dolays
Airs. G. W. Shrlnor received word
Inst week of tho death In San Fran
cisco of Chas. II. Hogers, her pnly
brother. Ho wns. n pioneer In Sun
Francisco. Besides Airs. Shriller he
leaves two other sisters, Airs. H. A.
Grlllln of Fresno, California and Airs.
AI. E. Flsk, of North Yakima, Wnsh
Ington. Tho Indies of the Methodist church
will hold a Washington's Birthday
social In Snther's hall on Tuesday,
Fobrunry 22. Thcro will bo a pat
rlotlc' program and refreshments will
bo served. Tho ndmlsslon will bo 25
cents for ndults nnd 1G cents for
children. Thoso who nttond arc urg
ed to appear In colonial costume.
Presbyterian church. Sunday
school at 10 a. m. Preaching nt 11
n. in. Themo "A Letter From God."
Preaching nt 7:30 p. m. Themo
"Not by Broad Alono." Wo oxtond
n most cordial welcomo to Uiobo who
do net nttend any church, or If you
Irrro r ..
ruo is a jine lime lo acquaint
yourself with our complete
stock of Spring and Summer Ma
terials and the best time to buy
them while the selection is large.
IMPKItLUj CIIAMItltAYS 30 In
chos wldo guaranteed fast color
per yard tr,a
ZI'PIIYH RIXGIIAMS 32 Inch,
now pattcins Special vnluo por
mpPLICTTK Requires no Iranian
per. yard j.-0
NEW ATTItACTIVK PATTKIt.VS In
Wash Silk walstlngn, priced nt
(i()c, .si.oo, $i,nr
LIXWEAVE WHITE GOODS Nov
elty Voiles, organdies and nmr
uulsotte, from 10c ptr yurd to ","o
STOP AND SHOP AT
FOU YOl'It NEXT SUIT
See DICK THe Tailor
All Kinds of
CLEANING AXI Pltl'SSIXa
Phone Black 1481
nro looking for a church home, wo
Invito you to becomo ono of us. 11.
C. Hnrtranft, Pastor.
Dr. II. O. Perry, of Kcnnewlck,
Superintendent of Tho Dalles Dis
trict for the Alethodlst church, will
bo In Bend on next Alondny nnd Tues
day, Fobniary 21 and 22. A special
sorvlco will bo hold In tho Alethodlst
church on Alondny evening mid at
Tuinalo on Tuesday uftornoon. Alon
dny evening's meeting In Bend will
bo followed by a conference.
O. W. Uced of Wollsvllle. Mis
souri, who has been hero for two
wooks In 'connection with business of
tho It. AI. Smith Clothing Company,
left Wednosdny night for his home.
Air. Itccd expects to spend a part of
tho minimcr In Bond. Whllo horo
Air. Hood expressed hlmsolf nn being
favorably Impressed with tho bus",
ness outlook for tho coming year.
Buy your groceries nt McCllncy's.
Try our fresh brond and pastry,
Cnrmody Brothers. Bond street. i
Adv. 3G tf
Pool and bllllnrds nt tho Metro
politan. Just the thing for n littlo
relaxation ln tho ovonlng. Adv. tf.
For sign painting sco Edwards.
Best of shaves and hair cuts at tho
Log Cabin Barber Shop.
C. E. HAMILTON
Writes Fire Insurance
Phone Wick 451
DRY WOOD FOR SALE
SPRING TIME IS IIOUSECLEANING
TIME. Certainly you will need u few
pieces of New Furniture. You can find
no better place in Bend than this store to
make your selection. We are always
glad to show you. COME IN AND SEE.
E M. THOMPSON
The furniture man
If you don't trade with us we both lose money.
Clark's O. N. T. in all numbers,
white and ecru, 15c, 2 for 25c
Clark's Mile-End, all numbers,
Dexters Cordonnet p i n k,
light blue, medium blue, gold,
lavender, numbers JJ0 to 50
per ball 10c
- Aluminum Wash Hoard
50c value, at
BEST VALUES ALWAYS AT
BEND'S ECONOMY CENTER
We are now receiving from the East our
New Spring Merchandise. We are joy
fully unpacking New Ginghams, New
Wash Fabrics, New Home Decorations,
New Lace Curtains, Percales, ele.
NOW WE SUGGEST
and will have for your .selection all man
ner of nice little decorative fabrics, such
as Scrims, Etamines, Lace Curtains, Silk
olines, Cretonnes and Swisses.
NEW HATS, NEW CAPS
We are now showing our New Styles in
Men's Hats and Caps. Pick out 'a new
IATHERS Gen. Mdse.
while the ground is
slippery. A "Never-
Slip WILL DO IT.
TTb Skuse Hardware Company