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THFIU:NI HPMiKTIN, DEKJD, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27,l!)lfff
V A Happy and Joyous
is the wish we have for all our
patrons and friends.
REED & HORTON
I A. M. Larn returned last nleht
from . Scattlo and will spend Uio
Christmas holidaya at homa.
Miss Mnrle mid Hoy Fox arrived
last night from Corvnllls,' whero
they have been nttcndliig the Oro-
gon Agricultural cuIIcro, to visit
with their parents ovor the Christ
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
., D. E. Hunter returned this morn-
lug from Portland.
Miss Bertha Dlsh'on and Miss El
sie l.ockc havo returned to the Al-
Mrs. A. C. Froom left last night
for Portland, whero she will visit
for a few weeks.
Mrs. J. Edward Larson leaves to
iilcht for Portland for a few weeks'
visit with friends.
Earl Micbus has returned' to tho
Altamont after Upending Christmas
with friends In Portland.
C. T. Stevens, of Bums, has been
stopping at tho Altamont for sev
eral days befora leaving on a trip
Tho Bend public schools will op
en Tuesday, January 2, and tho
night school sessions win begin
Ucorgo Morrison, superintendent
of tho mechanical department of tho
typKdon Examiner, Is In Bund visiting I
wiiii .Mrs. Morrison.
U. E. Enstham and L. II. Boland
returned this morning from Port
laud, whero they spent Christmas ut
Mr. Eastham'a home.
Ed II. Keanc, of this city, who has
been spending tho holidays with rel
atives In Walla Walla, is expected to
return to Bond tomorrow or Friday.
Mrs. A. J. Culvln loft last night
for Portland to Join her husband.
Mr. Culvln left Bend last weekj and
will locato porniunently'fn 4ortlo"nd.
Miss Huth,F. Caldwell and I-eroy
and Miss Mario Fox, who have been
spending the vacation ut their
homes In Bond, will leave in a few
days for Corvnllls to resume their
studies at O. A. C.
W. Lowry was a visitor In the city
today from his homestead at Powell
Butto. Ho reported tho community
Christmas celebration held at tho
homo of Jacob Becker to havo been
I an unqualified success.
Mrs. CyE. Nichols has returned to
Bond frifiti a trip to Portland.
C. C. Cogswell, of Bend, Is in Hay
mond, Washington, spcudlug the
Abbot C. Head is spending the
Christmas holidays with relatives
Mrs. Eva Burgess, of Tho Dalles,
is visiting with her sister, Mrs. Iva
Robert Smith, stockman of Mor
row county, was a business visitor
In tho city today.
Miss Margaret Waist loft last
night for a fow days visit wltlr
friends In Portland. .
Misses Inez Pcnn and Gertrude
Hanks left last night for Portland,
whero they will attend tho sessions
of tho Oregon Stnto Teachers' ubso
elation. Mr. and Mrs. M. I). Kuutscn and
sou Ford ara visiting with relatives
In Astoria this week, ,
Mrs. James B. Hall of Seattle Is
visiting with her sister, Mrn. Fred
I). Becker, during tho holidays."
John Burns and Miss Wllma
Burns, father and sister of Mrs.
James ltyan, aro visiting In Bend
S. L. Wiggins, truvollng frolght
and passenger agent for tho O, W.
H. It. & X., spent Christmas day
with relutlves In Portland, return
ing this morning to Bend.
(From Friday's Dally Bulletin)
John Sathlr left last night on a
business trip to Portland.
Leo A. Thomas loft. Thursday
evening for Portland for a fow days'
Invitations have been Issued for
a dancing party to bo given Christmas
night at tho Emblem club.
D. E. Hunter left on last even-1
lug's train for Portland for a fow
days' business trip to Portland.
Circuit Judgd T. E. J. Duffy and
Mrs. Duffy, arc In tho city from
Prlncvlllo, to spend tho holidays with
Floyd Reynolds, who has bpen at
tending Willamette University at Sa
lem, returned to Bend today to Bpend
tho Christmas holidays with Ills par
ents. Miss Mabel Lorcnco and Helen
Mauucy left last night for, Mod
mouth, whero Miss Loronco will vIb-
rit during tho vacation with her par
ents. M$b Manncy wii Do miss io
T. P. Dlauvolt, a rocqnt arrival
from Hayniond, Washington, has
takon Jin Interest In tho Homcscok
crs'vL'and company and will bo Iden
tified actively with tho company.
Mr. Blauvclt was formerly a con
tractor of Raymond.
This Dressy Moujik Is
In the Height of Fashion
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
J. C. McKInncy, of Sisters, was In
tho city today on business.
E. A. Mann, of this city. Is spend
ing a fow days In Hoscburg.
(From Saturday's Dally Bulletin.)
- W; D. Cheney-leaves tonight for
Seattle to spend tho holidays at his
U. E. Enstham left last night for
Portland to spend Christmas at
Mrs. Ueorgo A. Jones returned
last night from mi extended visit in
H. J. Suttong was a business vis
itor In tho city today from his ranch
on "tho Bcud-Buriis road.
P. B. Polndextcr, of Prlnovlllo) ar
rived 'in tho city today after being
called to tho bedside of his mother
In Salem. With Ills wife, ho Ititouds
to spend Christmas In Bend at tho
homo o? his brother, Unlph Polndextcr.
(From Thursday's Dally.)
H. II. Bayley Is up from Tumalo
today on business.
MIss'Etslo Olson left this morn
ing on a two weeks' visit to Med
ford. W. H. Harris, a cattle buyer of
Portland, Is In tho Bend vicinity on
N. P. Nash, superintendent of tho
Redmond public schools, was n call
er In Bend today..
Dr. W. O. Manning mid Chns. Bai
ley . leave Friday ovenlug for Port
land to visit over tho holidays wttli
IK ; m
Bhoulder cures nra taking on squnre di
mensions, cloning nt two corners In front
If plenty comfortable enough In the back.
This one linn elaborate tie strings of black
satin on lnx and Is worn with a delecta
ble hat of brown velvet faced with white.
Green and Gold Set Off
This Smart Winter Garb
Honry Ketchum leaves tomorrow
ovonlng for Seattle horo ho will
visit with friends ovor tho Christ-
Oscar Carlson and Edward Lyons
leaVo, tomorrow uvciilug for Port
land) whero they wilt spend tho hol
iday's with relatives.
Hijrold Smith, who has boon
workln on tho telephone exten
sion' through Mllllcauvallpy, lias ar
rived In tho city to spend tho Christ-
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Clothing from our
NOTICE OF ANNUA Ij STOCK-
Notice Is hereby given that tho
annual stockholders' meeting of tho
Pino Forest Irrigation Co., will bo
lit'ld at tho Arnold school house sov
en miles southeast of Band on tho
Bend-Burns road, on Saturday, Jan
uary C, 1917.
A. C. ARMSTRONG,
44 c'.'. President;
I GtikgrGfap tyarTT
Braoaegee-Kincaid. CloUies "
greet the glad
New Year in a fine
The same price
the year round
A Happy and
Mat 1 . i7i p'mN"
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---The Values are unusually good
and those i desiring extra bedding
for these cold snappy nights can
purchase them at decided savings.'
LOT 1 Silkolene covered gray f QT
carded cotton, 4A.i7U
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LOT 2 Silkolene covered good quality
carded cotton fillings, size (J0 OC
72x78 a big value, tP .
LOT 3 Best Silkolene covered bleached
$3.50 value specially pric- d?0 OC
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Plaid all wool blankets made of good stock,
t weight 4 1 pounds, t? "7CJ
Stop and Shop
JU8T FOR WEAR.
The enp and scarf ret are of sage green
velours de lalne, encircled with beaver and
terminating In a saucy tasiel. A ruche
effect of the scarf takes a cold rosebud.
True Economy . .
means the wlte spending of one's money nuldac every dollar do full duty
and getting in return an article that will titUfy you la every way.
. WHITE, .
U a real bargain because it is sold at a popular
price l because it gives you the kind ol sewing
you delight Inj because It will turn out the work
quickly and thoroughly and give you a life time
of satisfactory service) because its Improvements
will enable you to do things which can't be done
on any other machines because it will please you
with its fine finish and beauty of its furniture.
In short you will find the White reliable and
desirable from every 'point of view.
Be sure to see the White dealer who will be glad to show you bow good a
machine the White Is. If there is no White dealer bandy, write us direct for cat
alogs. We do not sell to catalog houses. Vibrator and Rotary Shuttle Machines.
WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO. CLEVELAND, O.
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The Variety Store
A. L. FRENCH
"TnK STORE THAT SETS THE PACE.
Bend's Economy Center
The Hoyden Simply
Loves to Skate In This
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THE UNITED WAREHOUSE
t Phone 241
A. M. PRINGLE, Manager. BEND, OREGON
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