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IlEND HUUiKTIN, BEND, OIIKGOX, THURSDAY, FEimiMRV 8, 1017.
YOU ARE INVITED
To Call on Us and
Hear Our New
THEY'RE ALL GOOD
R.EED & HORTON
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
M. 0- Knlckcrbosker la In town
from 01st today.
Allen Wlllcoxen carao In from
Powell nutto tills morning.
P. II. Denser, of nenr Bend, was
a business visitor In tho city today.
C. L. Smith, agriculturalist for
tho O.-W. R. & N., Is In tho city
Axel Ohlson, of Lowor Brldgo, Is
spontllng tho day In Bend on bus
iness. lit El fiiinrln tt Alfnlffl. U'flH 111
ptho city this morning on his way
homo from a business trip to Port
land. A rccentlon will bo held at tho
Baptist church Thursday night at
7:30. In honor of tno now converts
Refreshments will bo served by tho
A special program will bo rendered
by tho Baptist Women's Missionary
Circle at tho church on Friday at
2:30, In observance of tho annual
universal day of proyor for missions.
Leo II. Lafollotto, with Mrs. La
follctte, spent tho, day In Bend.
Mrs. A. M. Lara ahd Mrs. Laura
Iledlngton returned this morning
from a fow days' visit in Portland.
MacClollan Lannlng, vlco presi
dent of tho Henry N. Davis Lumbo'r
Co., of Portland, Is hero today on
Mrs. C. P. Nlswongor has loft for
Chicago for a protracted visit.
Grant Conwny, of Pleasant Val
ley, Is in tho city today on business.
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Ryan have
returned from ft visit to San Francisco.
Rasmus Potorson, of tho Whlto
Rock district, was a Bond visitor
P. B. Johnson, of Mlllican, is
In Bond today attending to business
Born, on January 29, to Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Van Matro, of Cloverdalo,
Frank McCaffory, of Redmond,
spent today In Bend looking aftor
Charles P. Brown, of Fort Rock,
arrived In tho city last night and Is
romalnlng over today.
County Commissioner L. E. Smith,
of Redmond, is In Bend today for
tho session of tho county court.
Miss Ethel Rogers returned to
Bend this morning after visiting for
tho past week with frleiula in Port
E. R. Corson, for several weeks
clerk In tho local oMco of tho O.-W.
R. & N., has gono to Tho Dalles to
nccopt a position as yard clerk with
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brandenburg
have returned from Eugcno, where
they attendod tho graduating exor
cises of tho Gugeno high school. Tholr
daughtor was a mombcr of tho grad
uating class. .
IT. C. Ollvor, trnvdllrig froight and
C. S. Hudson returned this morn
ing from a business trip to Port-laud.
Elbert Hooch, of Prlnovlllo, is In
tho city looking aftor business mat-
Hnrrlson Latham returned this
morning from a business trip to
Mr. and Mrs. Taul Garrlxou nro
In Portland, Mr. Garrison going to
look after business matters.
Fred Hunnol is back In Bend af
ter a protracted absence on tho doast
and will probably locato hero again.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Inrn left this
morning for Philadelphia, whero they
will visit for a month boforo return
ing to Bend.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh O'Kano re
turned this morning from Portland,
where Mrs. O'Kano has been visiting
for somo time.
Tho regular monthly business
meeting of tho Ladles' Library club
will bo held at tho Library tomor
row afternoon at 3 o'clock.
L. Mctke, of Santa Barbara, Cal
four years ago a resident of Bend,
Is here today, and may send for his
family to locato pormanontly.
J. S. and A. C. Smith, of Portland,
were In tho city this morning on their
way to Silver Luke, lu look over land
with tho lntentlqn of homcsteadlng.
Word was received this morning
of tho death of Mrs. J. P. Lucns,
Hood River, a sister of Fred N. Wnl
laco, of Tumalo. Mr. Wallaco is ex
pected to return from Hood River
(From Saturday's Dally.)
J. L. Owen, of Mlllican, spent last
night In Bend.
C. W. Withers, of Paisley, is In
tho city on business.
E. 0. Rourk is in the city today
from his homo lu Crcscont,
Hugh O'Kano left Inst night on a
brief business visit to Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Coo left for
Portland last night On a trip of nbout
Mrs. Clydo McKay was tho hostess
yostorday afternoon at tho meeting
of tho Bridge club.
Philip Brooks, of Vancouver. B.
C., owner of tho now Pilot Butto Inn,
is visiting In tho city today.
W. L. Cobb Is expected to return
homo Sunday morning from a two
months' trip to Portland and Roso-'
Harrison Latham went to Port
land last night to look aftor busi
ness interests and to take in tho auto
Miss Mabel Blxby, who has been
visiting In Bond for tho last two
days, returned last night to her homo
Thn Baptist Women's Union will
meet at tho church Friday nftcr
noon, Feb. 9, at 2:30. A Bpcclal
program will bo rendered. All mom
bors aro urged to bo present and all
women of tho congregation nro cor
M. L. Morrltt, formor supervisor
of tho Deschutes National forest, who
was transferred to tho Improvement
division of tho district forestry of
fice Is expected horo this week t
confer with Supervisor Hastings, I.
regard to forest betterment.
, Mrs. M. K. Lawrence entertained
Wednesday afternoon with two
tables of bridge In honor of Mr.
C. S. Hudson loft last night for
Portland to confer with Robert E.
Strnhom, In regard to tho proposed
railroad building from Bend.
Mrs. C. P. Nlswongor lcavos to
morrow morning for Chicago, 111.,
whero she has been called by tho
serious Illness of hor mother.
Mrs. J. C. Vandovort entertained
yesterday aftornoon with sovcrnl ta
bles of COO. Tho first award for
high scoro was mado to Mrs. Ashloy
Tho Ladles' Qulld of thu Presby
terian church will glvo a reception
for new membors. In tho church par
lors at 8 o'clock next Thursday night,
A social evening will bo spent.
You like to look at the Newest Things
the Latest Things when you buy.
This Store is kept constantly filled with
the newest, best merchandise we can find.
Everything guaranteed for sure value,
right style, satisfactory wear or money
Kayneo Blouses and Shirts for Boys
list coloHabrics?prS at.SOc, OUC, 75c, $1.00
Queen Quality Shoes
Tobnsco Brown Kid. Muck Shoe Soup Kid, Patent
Leather, Platinum Calf. Cost
no more than the ordinary tfQ Cft i (Jtfj (t
shoes, priced from tJ)J.ijU 10 U.J)
An extensive assorment of New Spring Silks
beautiful new designs and djl OF o AA o or
colorings) priced at pl.OJ, &.UU L.LxS
Georgette Crepes, Taffetas, Satins, Messalines
and Crepe de Chen.
Now is tho time to purchase that now Corset.
Gossard Lace Front, Warner's Rust Proof,
Noma Self Reducing, Bren Jolie Grecian Treca.
A style to fit every figure.
Now and Always.
STOP AND SHOP AT
A rnnnldornbln nmount of lm
provement Is being done this week possongor agont for tho O.-W. R. &
li-.mi thn Interior nf thn Hnmont eroeorv ., reiUrilOU 10 uentl 11118 morning,
Miss Hazel Lorcnco, of Monmouth,
Oregon, arrived In Bend to visit for
a few wcoks with hor sister, Miss
District Attorney II. II. DeArmond,
County Clork J. II. Hnner, and Coun
ty Surveyor Georga 8. Young loft
this morning for Prlnovlllo, to bo
present at tho Joint meeting of tho
county courts of Deschutes and Crook
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
C. L. Benson, of La nine; Is In tho
Mrs. Fred Gutondorf Is on a trip
to Cleveland, Ohio. -.
aftor spending tho last two days In
Portland on railroad business.
Mrs. R. L. McFeron entertained
at two tables of whist lqst Saturday
evening at hor homo on Columbus
avonuo. Prizes wore awarded to Mr.
and Mrs. A. Lundocn and O. Mark
ham. Refreshments woro sorved.
Prices That Talk
THESE PRICES ARE SPECIAL
(From Monday's. Dally.)
Miss K. M. Relnkus, of La Pino,
spent last night In Bond.
A. W. Nelson, of Mctollus, was a
visitor in Bond over Sunday.
T. II. Foley has returned to Bend
from a business trip to Portland.
Dr. U. C. Coo returned this morn
ing from a wcok end trip to Portlai
is he who can sleep with his
window open and still rest snug
THE SECRET of such healthful slum
bers lies in bodily warmth when the circul
ation is at its lowest ebb.
TO SECURE THIS you need the right
kind of sleeping garments Pajamas that are
chill-proof, no matter if all out-doors comes
blowing into your window!
IF YOU WISH to become a Super
Sleeper, try some of our Flannel Pajamas or
Pajunions. They're as soft as velvet and
and Hold Good
for 10 Days Only
A. L. FRENCH
"THE MEN'S TOGGERY"
THE STORE THAT SETS THE PACE."
All Colors-All Sizes
Dinner Plates 0 for $1.10
Breakfast Plates 0 for 1.00
Pie Plates 0 for 75
Cups and Saucers 0
Sugar Bowl .50
Gravy Boat .5)5
Butter Dish- (JO
Soup Plates 0 for..1.00
Cereal Dish 0 for... .00
Large Vegetable .40
Medium Vegetable.. .80
Small Vegetable 20
(From Friday's Dally.)
Sam Lister, of Prlnovlllo, was In
Bond last night to attend tho basket
Mr. aud Mrs. II. H. DoArmond
havo returned tb Bend from Salom,
whero they havo beon attending tho
session of tho state legislature.
Miss Mabel L. Blxby, Miss Bentrlco
Johnson, Miss Vloln Johnson and
Miss Mnbello E. Orant, of Prlnevllle,
woro viators In Bond Inst night.
. K. It. Corson, clork fn tho O.-W.
office horo, will leavo In n fow days
for Tho Dalles, whero ho has accept
ed a noBltlon as varil clork with thn
V'.lnio railroad. Ills successor has
riot yet beon unnounced.
able Oil Cloth
White and Colors
8 Pound Sewed
6 For 25c
1 Pound Size
Box of 0 Dozen
Keep the Cost of Living Down
by Shoping at
(From Thursday's Dally.)
T, II. Foley Is In Portland on n
business trip. ,
Hurley Hoguo was In from Im
perial yesterdny for froight.
T. A. McCnnn has returned to
Bend from n trip to Minneapolis.
Mlko Mors has returned from Port
land, whoro ho attended the auto
B. Tumor, of Salem, nrrlvcd In
tho city last night, and Intends to
Mrs. Clifford A. Ordwny rind MIsh
M. E. Bates, of Redmond, woro vis
itors lu Bend last night.
Miss Holon Cowglll, of O. A. C
Is In Bend today to Intercut tho
schools In Industrial club work,
Tho Ladles Qulld of tho Presby
terlan church will meet at tho homo
of Mrs. O. C. Henklo at 2:30 o'clock
on tho afternoon of Wednesday, Feb
C, P. Becker mid Charles E. Smith
aro In tho city today from Tumalo.
Mr. Smith Is n formor Tumalo rest
dent, who Is visiting at tho Becker
snld cstrny steer nt the ranch, ofj P.
II. Doncor, In Deschutes county,, Oro
gon, to tho highest blddorh oi), Wed
nesday, Fobruary 28, 1317,, at. 10.
o'clock, a. m.
S. U. IlOIlKItTS.
Want Ads only ONE CENT, n word
Masses on Sunday, 7:30 a. m. an
10 a. in. Mass on Saturday, 8:30 a.
m., followed by rqllglous Instruction,
Christian Sclonco services a ro
ll eld In Sathors hall ovcry Sunday,
morning ut olovon. o'cluok.
Dr. Tumor, tho well known
oyo specialist, of Portland,,
will bo lu Bund again Thursday.
Fobruary 15. ono day only, at Thor-
son's Jowolry store. Dr. Tumor haBl
uocn making regular vIbIIb to Ucnd
for moro than four years, and Iioh
scores of satisfied patluntri In your
community. Headaches relieved.,
cross oyos straightened. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Consult him. Don't
forget tho date.
FOB. YOUR NEXT BUIT
See DICK IFe Tailor
All Kinds of
CTiKANINO AND I'ltlMSINO
Phono Black 1481
notici: Of ham: of imthav
To whom It may concern: Duo
notlco having been given of taking
up ono estray steer, by P. H. Doncor,
by publication In Tho Bend Ilullotln
for three weeks, I will offer for utile
a Tilt of
supply can of
the new Suction-feed.
a few Inches to
lift. No strain
ins of .back or
Separator ittt all tht cream elf k
llmt. Any othr ecparator will Iota
cream when the speed slackens. You
can't always turn at exactly the riant
peed. No ono can. It'a bpouiUt,
peed Indicator or no speed Indicator.
The Suet Ion-Iced akurta clean, feet or
slow, and deliver even cream. Capac
ity Increase with the speed. Come la
and let ua abow you how it woika,
F. DEMENT & CO.
Gilbert (2b Son
Tho only store In Bond
whuro you can get your gro
ceries and moats at tho samo
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Put Your Pay in Your
Tha best way to save money keep a
little out of the lay envelope for pocket
money, then put the ret in this bank
ml pay your bills by cheek Money In
the bunk U nut easily spent for unnee
etearlra, and remains until a time of
need comes lu you I then you will be
ulad you have your bank account.
Check book will be furnished free. It
costs you nothlnic lu have your moucy
kept safe for you.
Central Oregon Bank
By Dr. I). Fontaine, Optomcfriit.
at Larson's Jewelry Store. Tories
and Kryptok Lenses a , specially
wllh the beat trades of mounting.
Your broken lenses duplicated.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
113 Oregon St. Bead, 0ioo.