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SPECIAL WINDOW SALE
$1.00 Per 10
' " REED &
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
(From Wodnitsduy's Dully.)
Frank Porolvul wiih In from Mil II
, ran toiluy.
W. II. Gnrdtior In pausing 'Vunil
days In Itcdiiionil.
sl A. McCaiui loft hint ulKlit 011 11
wook's luminous trip.
wWlllltim Kllnn went to I'orlluml
ludijy nml will iiiukii Ii In homo thorn.
' P. W. Hinlth, n trnvollng mini from
I'nrlliiiiil Ih liiirn 1111 IiIh flrat trln Into
... . ........ ... ..... -. -..- - ....
Mm. 0. H, lluiUoii loft Monday
ulghl (or uu oxtoudrd May In Cali
fornia. Miss Marjorlii Woshoo, who hun
boon horo for 11 fow days from Prlno
vlllo, loft for I'ortluinl toiluy.
J. V. Ilnknr nml B. i:. Klbboy are
horo from Tint Hallos for n fnw days
looklm: after timber liiluriU.
Jiniiph r. Brldgo, of I'ortluinl, Im
lioro on business. Hit will probably
Ttnko up n ploco of luud und locutu
Alfrnd MaUon, George Dorran, Dan
llnnillch, Kil ami Mike Opnllck tin
horn from Hpokaiin und will ho em
ployed In n locul mill.
I Frl (J. Hmllh, traveling freight
"ngont for tint (Inmi Northern rail
wayj spout a iluy In Bond ami went
out on thin morning's train.
C.' It. Jordnn In horo from 8lnon.i,lo. Pont tint day In Itcdinoud.
?;nllfornta and will work for The
Hhevlln-lllxon Company. Ho will
probably Imvo Mm. Jordan Join him
Mr, anil Mm. C. T. Cllno came In
yontordny from Fleetwood und uro
Maying In town. Mm. Cllno In In tho
lionpltul. II. F. Hwluglo ulko lameiturn In a mouth.
up with thorn.
It really is cheaper now
to huy hrcad than to
hake. You eliminate all
loss from trouble, have
fresh bread all the time
antl you ean'et a variety
'flhof kinds of bread here.
FRED I IUMY, Piinor
HERE IN BEND
on the job to give you ellicient
;serviee at the shortest notice.
f . jjjllere to see that you get u cor-
' W-v ' rect fitting in the kind of glasses
?4' fyou ed, here to stay and hack
, ' -ip every hit of work I do.
DR. C. H. FRANCIS
WiU);MXQN Hri WUoSb, O'Kqaq Oulldlnir
OPTICMN iV OPTOMETRIST
ii 1 1 ,i m -. y-j... .
HORTON' ' -
Tint Ili'iiil Chess el til) hun rocolved
from Ititilmoml 11 challongo to play n
I'urrospoiidotieo giimo, itrrordng to
Dr. J. II. Coiiuiiru. Tint ehullongo
will hit itcriiptiMl.
Itolicrl II. Gould wan opnrntcil on
for uppituilli'ltlN In I'ortluinl yestor
iluy. Ho In ri'pnrtod to huvo eomo
through tint opitrutlou with no com
pllcntlouN unit In expected recover
Mr. mill Mm. II. H. Totro ami ihll
dron 1 umii In from Lnkovlow yostor
iluy mnl boarded tint morning trulii
for I'ortluml. Thoy will romulii In
that rliy it fnw montliN visiting Mr.
(From Tui'inluy'N Dully.)
A UuihurKor wont to I'ortluml this
J ('. Thorpe, of Tumulo, wiih In
N. J. Laughmau Id In Portland a
fow iluyii on IiuhIiionn.
B. M. Turner wont to Portland to
iluy. Hi may o on to (California.
Mm. C. Purkls Iiun koiio to Pontile
ton, whore slio will tnaki: her home.
A. I'. Barr Ii 011 hi way to Han
Francisco for n ph'auro trip. Ho
will b gono n fow month.
Hflh Dixon returned thin morning
from Ontario. Ho ha been thuro
looking tiftor mlulroc lutorcNtN,
J F Daw non, who In horo from
Colorado lookliiK for n runrh loca
William llanloy came In thin morn
ing from I'ortluinl. Ho utopped Intro
before going on to hit ranch near
John Shir en In on hln way to Kt
I.ouli, where ho hnn boon culled by
tho death of nil uncle. Ilo will re-
MIm Mono Murphy mid Mr. and
Mm. S T Morrlii wont to Mndrnn thin
uioriilng. They will return IIiIm ov
oulng by automohlln.
Mm. Curl Johnnon came In today
after a three uioutliH trip to Mliiuoup
oil und Dulutli, whero nhu vImIIoiI
frlendn mid r!atlven.
I' Itnllcom mnl I. A. Ilallrnm nre
Imro from Sweet Cninn, Montana, to
look for grazing luud. Thoy will
probably locate In thin Hoctloii.
J. D. Vun Hook, u Hwltehmmi In
tho Ituwl rnilrouilH yurdn, foil from
tho lop of a freight cur oarly thin
morning nml received Borloun brulBoa,
Mm. DougliiH Johnson mnl two
children, from Fremont, worn punnou
gom to HoimI Ulvor thla morning.
Thoy will Join Mr. Johntton and mnko
their homo there.
Mm. Vernon A. Portion returned
(IiIh tuornlng from 11 lengthy trip In
tho otiHt. Mr. Fortius wont to Port
luud yostordny to meet lior und nc
compunlud her tho rest of tho way
Any who nro Interested In tnklng
Ntenogrnphy or shorthmid, or any
IIKNI) HULLKTM, IIKNI), OKKflOtf, TIIUIWDAY, JANUAHY 17, 1
in ii .1
ntlior couthm which may bo given nl
11 night mcIiooI, uru Invited to tuuit at
tluf now high school tomorrow uvoti-
JfiK ut H o'clock,
Doiuiln Hunt, who linn boon night
rlurk ut tho I'llot lliitto In tint pant
(iw monlliH, roliirnml to IiIh homo ut
Lower llrldgo today unit will propuru
(o niillitt Hoon. HIh plucn In being
tnknn by F. A. Hiimlllon, recently
from tho Hliiurt hotel In Hun Frmi
Cisco. (From Monday's Dully,)
., jljiorKD T. OkIo, of Alfalfa, wan In
jlalph Moorn mid koii aru horo from
Huy" (Jritok, looking ovor land.
MJN Nolda Illllupi loft thin morn
Itkif (or 11 trip to I.iiwlnton. Idaho.
r. and Mm, J. W. Ilrown, of Turn-
Svoro hopplu(i(ltIloul vyJu?r
down from Mutolluii for tho wock-
, William Drown won In from Itod-
moiid, Hnturduy on roul votato Itunl-
l,oo Thoijmtt hnn r turned from a
wcok'H trip 'to I'ortluml. Ho cumo hack
Mrn. Mnudo Htilihurd, of North
Junction, In In Hunt! trying to truco
u pnlr of Htolitu hornen.
Mr. und Mm. C. i:. Wolln. of I'en
illoton, aro puHNltiK u wcok In llcnd
with Mr. and Mm. F. V. Horton.
John AtkliiHou hun boon nerlounly
III ut IiIn runrh tint pant fow day. Ho
wiin illKhtly Improved yentorday.
Mr. und Mm. I. II. Monn, of I.uko
vlow, came In lant night from a trip
north mid aro now on their way home.
Mm. Alice Ilennon Heath und non
urn punning n fow duyn In Ilond vlnlt
Ing frlendn. Thoy uro from I'ort
land. Fri'd Knti'N, formorly In bunlncnn In
llond, hnn JumI returned from a four
or flvo moiithn' trip to Kentucky. Uts
may docldo to locate Intro n;nln.
Ton candlduten took tho civil srr
vlcu examination for poitul clerkn and
carriers Baturdny. Thrco woro wo
mini. Tho ronulU or tho test will
not bo known for about a month.
(Prom Saturday's Dally.)
P. II. Johnnon was In from Mllll
ciu yostorday 011 business.
Mrs. Kutii K. Warner was In from
I'rliiuvlllo today on business.
Clarence L. Smith cauio In from Al
falfa to market u hog yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. 8. Audros spent
tho day In lledmond with frlendn.
Mr. mid Mm. William Henderson,
of Tuninlo, woro In Hond yesterday.
Ooorgn Hllstrom has roturncd to
Portland after a short visit In llcnd.
Arthur Wurzwoller. of Powell
llutto. madu a trip to town yester
day. Mrs. Alton Wlllcoxon, of Powell
llutto, wus u visitor In Ilond yostor
dny. Joseph Vurco, of llrothom, Is vis
iting his brother, K. K. Vurco, In
Dr. and Mrs. II. Ferrell aro spend
ing several days In Portland visiting
P. It. Coffey has Just returned
from a trip by automobile to Klam
Klghth grado grammar school ex
aminations will ho hold on January
17 and 18.
W. P. Vnndovcrt has boon In from
tho Vmnlovort rmioli tho latter part
of this wcok.
BEND'S ECONOMY CENTER
First Showing Spring
We have placed on
sale a case (50 pieces)
of New Spring Dress
Ginghams. New goods
--new patternsa stan
dard, fast color cloth-
!iit .ifsit xnitu til
'mrnwm 1 vvme.vuuiwviimimm g? t
"UNSHOES FOR MEN
The Co-Operative Shoe
' -' Union Made, in a variety of leath
ers and lasts. One pair sells an
other. Priced at per pair
$7.00 to $9.00
"The Co-Operative Shoe
Honest All Through"
Mr. and Dm. Louis Hlladeau, from
tho Arnold neighborhood, camo Into
O. I.. Dobson, of Dcs Moines, Iowa,
Is visiting his son, Ouy Dobson, of
lledmond. Yesterday ho was In Bend
to Judge tho high school debate and
returned to lledmond this morning.
Mrs. Frank King, who carao In on
thttj'ortland train today, Is on her
way homo to Hums.
Karl C. Nowklrk loft last night tor
Washington, D. C, whero ho will Join
a forestry regiment.
Mm. K. R. Hopkins and son, of
Culver, woro hero last night to at
tend the debate. Thoy .returned home
Ward llussall has roturncd to his
homo at Moscow, Idaho. He passed
throe weeks In Ilond with his broth-
re-ln-law, C. U. Cole.
Oeorge I.. Fraxure, of Solum, was
In llcnd over night. Ho went on to
Prlucvlllo this morning, but will re
turn again In a few days.
Martha B. Forgey, formerly of Mil
llcan, Is now In Bvorett, Washington,
and will reman there until spring,
according to a lotter received here.
Mrs. B. Mitchell, B. llnrrlnqton
ami C. W Clapp, all of Lower Hrldgc.
passed Inst night In Ilond. They aro
motoring to Arlxoua, whero they will
tuako tholr homo.
Kid Champagne Cloth top,
punched tip a neat, dressy
''at, a reasonable price. .
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Burns
and son, Joseph, and Alfred It. Par
key, all of Madras, were in Dend
yesterday on business. Tho tlrovo
up by automobile.
Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Daker are vis
iting In Newberg and Portland. They
will bo gone two weeks and part of
tho time will bo the guests of Mrs.
Oliver, formerly of Bend.
It. II. Brown, of the Union Meat
Company, of Portland, Is in Bend
visiting friends and arranging for a
shipment of lumber. Ho will leave
I for the city tonight. He has Just
contracted the output of three local
mills to supply packing houses with
(From Friday's Dally.)
Oscar Xolson Is passing st-tvrut
days In Spokane on business.
Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Gardner today
loft for Spokane, whero they expect ,
to live. .
Miss Henrietta Beck, of Prlneville,
Is now in Bend working In the coun-l
ty clerk's office.
John Blernot returned to Spokane
today after passing two weeks on his
ranch near Bend.
Miss Ethel Lawler, of Clino Falls,
spent Thursday and Friday In Bend
visiting Mrs. G. H. Curtln.
A. Mcintosh was a passenger to
Spokane today. He has bon hero
since Christmas visiting relatives
Omer Lovan, of La Grande, has
bcon visiting hero several days. Ho
began his return trip this morning
A. Buckley, superintendent of the
O.-W. II. & N was hero from Pert-
land lust night on an Inspection trip, j
Hoss Purntiam went to Prlnsvlllo I
this morning on legal business. He
will remain there -tho rest of tho '
M. S. Huston mid his two small
sons aro on tholr way to Miami, Ok
lahoma, where tliov will llvo with rel.'
Dr. P. W. Cnr&tens la hero from
Modtord looking after his land near
Bond. Ho will leave for his homo
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mass and S.
M. Luco drovo In from Lakevlow yes
terday and went to Portland from
Somebody carries tho insurance on your property. YOU enn'i
do it without, risking the savings of yours. H will pay von to
tulk to mo about it. I pay especial attention to tho Insurance of
Pah"--' ' w h'
. 4ltt fjl ') tAl -jt
hero by train,
They left their car
Mrs. Maine, of Lincoln, Nebraska,
camo In on this morning's train and
stopped hero a short whllo beforo go
ing to Buffalo, whero she will rlalt
her son, Dr. George II. Hansen.
EYE SPECIALIST, of Portland
Visits Bend Monthly,
Watch Paper for Dates,
or inquire of
TIIORSO.V, THE JEWELEH
1. DOOR MATS
2. MUD SCRAPERS
Phone now to have us
send you one ot the
above or all three.
Phone 40 1
F. DEMENT & CO.
The Preferred Slock Store
n r r
Office Foot of Oregon St.
P. O. Box 440