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IHCNII IIUJiMCTlN, 11(1), OHVAlOfi, TKIIHDAV, JANUARY III, HUH
IIKKOHB GOING OUT
4 -ounce Lollies
AlmOnaS only 25 cents
REED & HORTON
TUB RHXALI, STORB
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
1. H. Wilson Ih hero from Pi Inn
vlllii tit visit I1I11 lirotliur.
Mm. CliintiicH Oskia wiih In from
llio Tin Trim entup yoalardwy.
Dr. II. (' i returned Hi In morn
1 111: front u shot I trip to I'urtliuiil.
Twin Troy went "Ui l'rtlHiil today.
Ijeliua Immm working In Hand the
l.oulaa MrVwy went home In Tt
t'lioiino today. Ilhe wai her far
K. M JJeoaetl bat gone back to
Walln VIIh, after pftMlns n few
day hr on huvlnwu.
Mm. Iluh O'Kan ennte Ih thle
wurwIriK front Portland, where he
Iimh been vIbHIok t weeks.
Mr. A. J. .More nnd MIm Helta
Menu are ependlnK h few daya with
Mm. W. J. tttordlvuu In ltdmtmd.
Mr. nml Mm. I). J. Hnrl were iiii
lint trulti liouml for Portland this
inoniliiK. Thoy hnve linen In Hand
nix weeks nml nro now IvIuk per
manently. Word hits been received here I tint
l.ylo M. HIilinrilHini liim been promot-
il to seritennt major This Ih hi
says you must buy one
pound of substitute for
every three pounds of
wheat flout. We sug
h Oat Meal
F. DEMENT & CO.
'Cite Piefeued Slock Store
Groceries I lardware
foiutli promotion since helm; mint to
Cuiiip Low I Inst full.
Mm. .1. I). Mi'Cnmli, who was hiiro
In tint Interest of tlm fooil udmlnls
tnitlon, Im 11 conn to I'ortlunit to con
tliiiin her work. Klin In from Oregon
Mis Kmiih Murphy Hceompiuiled
Mr. mnl Mm K. T. Morris to Port
land today mnl will proliHhly remain
there h war Mr. hmiI Mm. Morris
visited rein Urea In Monti th past
Phil M Bmlth ami his bride have
Just rnturiiKtl front The Dalits, where
lhr wore married eeveral days ao.
Mr 8m Ith wa Miss I.ney Ornllonl.
(Irotor Oerklug cawte up from Turn
alo today tu tako I ha com pie In to
Forestry SniH'rvlaor X. (J. Jacob.
son returned yrelerday from a Hrrult
of !l the ranger stations In hla die-lrl-t.
Ha any that a la run numlir
of nw kuIiIo iHmnla ro holHK put up
In th foriwt for thw honwfit of tour
lata ami hiintom.
Thn InrturHa on ciirrciil ovonta nml
tlm lllliln uhlrh nro httliiK i:lvn In
tlm KihI Mdii hull nro crowliiK In In
tcroat mnl nr well nttmnliNl. To
nlKht U- It. KolkonliHri: will ll(-uan
tint lunilliiK prolilnniH of tlm ilny. In
rlinlliii: cnpltnl mnl Inhor.
llrliiKliiK tint Hiimlny arhool at tlm
PrnaliytKrlnn uhurcli up to thn now
Ntnnilnnln wnn tlm inlmtlnn wlilrh
liroiiclit It. I. IIIhi'Iciiiaii, of Milton,
to IIkihI yiHtriln'. I In In itlatrlrl
NiipcrltitiiinUiit of tlm Kiindny wlioolx
nml wiih Iihth ImldliMt 11 aon of limtl
tnti (JtliHr towna nwirhy wr nlno
vUKimI Mr. Illarkman In how on Ida
way ho ma.
J That convenient place, just across
from the Court House, is where
they serve good Lunches.
ALL OUR CANDIISS AND ICB CREAMS
ARB HOMB MADB
Phone Re J 1751
clORII lit H O'clock IHICll (IVI)lllllK. Till)
oxtrn opumtor, Joo C'otNir, who hua
lifoti hum nicmntly from Hwitt!e, linn
Ihidii trmiafnrruil hnck to tluit city.
H. 10. Murray, dlHtrlrt commercial
muiitiKur, apniit a fuw 'dnya liuro anil
luft Hntunlny for Walla Walla.
(I'rom Mouday'H Dally.)
('. lC Hinllh, of HiHtiim, whn In town
MIhh KNthur Jmio Clark npciit thu
day In ltoiliiioiiil.
T. II. Koloy rutiirrifd yoatnrdny
from n linaty trip to Han Krauclwo.
Mm. nda Mac(!nii:or Npnnt tlm day
In TurrHlmiiiiii vlaltliiK hnr thnw aoua.
County AKrli'tiltiiral Axml II. A.
Ward fa mo donn from Itmliunud to
day on fiKHl rnarvitlan work.
I'loyd ftuilth, ho hNH own vla!t
' In hor over tho wook-oml. went
jhack tu !tNlmond Ihla mornlnn.
J. 0. Ilolwrlrk and (5. K Manrhoa.
ter, who har a boa factory at Th
Datloa, am paaalng a faw rfuya In
town lookinx over tha lix-al ntH'.a.
N. II. Morxan, taatrn aalaa mi'nI
for Th Rhovlln-lllxoH ('umpany. la
horn on hla annual vlnlt tu thn mill.
J. It. I lunar nrturnml Saturday
nlcht from a trip to KuKn. lie
wmt to I'rltiHVlllH on county huilrnm
(I. . Mnrrlek, of thu I.nlior I'rotw,
of I'ortlnud, In huro uinkltiK prollnt
Innry arruiiKfuion'a for hpltl'nx tho
laltor r it.vtnt'.ou In Hand. lit tamo
In taat nUhl.
A hrldit of the weak will lis Mla
Alice Johuaon, who left todny for
Portland, whoro h will ho married.
With hnr hUHlmnd alio will return to
Ilond In Uiroo'diiyN.
InJnrliM to Mn hip nnd ftmt ra
roiviNl at ono of thu tnllts camps,
whnro ho wna omployml, caunad J. K.
MrOllvay to Ko to Portland Inst iiIrIu
for troatiiiMiit. Dr. V. C. Con nccom
p.uilwl hint to tha city.
(Prom TimadnyV Dally.)
Prank Dayton waa In from Tiimalo
yratnrday on hiitdnoaa.
Prank lllKKlna. of Tumalo. waa a
llnil laltor yaatarday.
H. II Purdy baa Koue to I'boanlx.
Arlioua, for a aburt trip,
Will 8turaM, who rarantly Mdd
hi ranch, wont to Ilurn tbl morn-lux-
Mm. M. D. NavHj, of Prlnovllla.
iittiio In to lliwd laat nlr.ht from Port
K. A. IvtiHloy, of Portlmid, mid Paul
(J. Prunman, of Vnta, ura lir look
in K ovur laud. '
YoHtordny a hoy wiih horn to Mr.
and Mm. II. I). MuHturn at tho llfiul
Mm. P. H. Waahhurn, who linn Iipcii
thn :utt of Mm. Alk'o Caytou, n-
turnt'd to Portlmid today.
Mr. mid Mra. J. M. Smith huvn ro
tiiruml to tliolr Iioiiih In Portlmid nf-ti-r
vlriltltiK with Dr. Norrla, of Ilond,
n ahorl tlma.
HavltiK apout it month at l. Pino
on a vlnlt, Mm. I). 0. Htautnu cniito
tu Ilond yoMli'nlny on hnr way homo
to Wnlln Walla, W.iahluKtnu.
Houm at tho Wi-atttrit Union hnvi
hii!ii chmicod ho that tho office will
Mm. Hti'lla Whltnoy upont tho day
Jena Utirtor mad'! u trip up from
Tutnnlo today. Ho nayn that tho
ilanco for tho hunoflt of tho Itc.'d
CroNH kIviiii thoro laitt nl;ht cleared
'iOO. Kxaclly 1127 wan taken In at
tho door nml i'Jli at tho HUpper.
In order to Join her husoand In Se
attle, Mm. J. O. Km: and children left
taut nlcht for tho north. Wolf Pa
trol, Troop 1, of the Itoy Hcoutn, of
which Itor ion, Oxcnr, whh a member,
Ciivo him a fountain pen tin a partliu:
Mm. DhIIb NIcIioIh, of Tiimalo, whh
In town today.
The funaral of Kd. McCulrf. of
jTumalo, waa bald todny at the Pilot
Ilutta camrtory. A numbar of Tutn
ah raaldonta attondeil.
Ilapalm on tha lrlda oTar ttr"en
wood avi-nua and In other parta of
; the city will he made by a crew of 20
man In !iarx of A. Slxna. whiili
(came In on a cor.at run ion train from
VancoHver yeaterday. The awitr!i
ahanty In the railroad yard a li to !
moved and work donu on the troaile
on ti Hhertln-lllxon lowelnx line.
The crfw will probably he here a
(From Saturday's Dally)
('. 8 lludaoM rolnrnad tbia mortilHK
from a trip to Portland.
J. I.. Conch waa In today from
Tutualo to conault a doctor.
Mlaa Dotty Ireland came In thin
morn Inn from Prlnavllle to vhtlt hw
Mm. M. S. Andro nml amull mih,
I.hh, nro paaaltiK two day In Itwl
uionil with frlandn.
Mm. Mlutn Howard nnd Lillian
Keith wore In from Tutnnlo yoHiordny
on n aliopiniK trip.
Julian (Inrdltier ciuno In from
Camp I.owIh thla mornluK and will
pitHH a fuw dnya In UiIh city on business.
(From Frlduy'a Dally.)
K. It. I.owIn la in hero front Hunts
W. C. Van Clove, of Deschutos,
waa In today on huHluoxH.
K. P. Mabnffoy re turn ml this morn
IttK from a short trip to Portland.
K, U. Clark came in from I -a Pino
ycHtordny nml paased tho day In
II. 0. Caldwell, manager of the
Sloan ranch, was In town on buslucHS
In order to Install tho steel caRe
In the new county jail, John II.
Ilauach la hero from St. LouIh.
While lookltiK over real estate hua
Ineaa prospect. J. M. Derk'ka, of
Omahu, la anexdiuR a few dnya In
I. C. Dew Is back from a week's
trip to Spokane. Ho came In this
ntornlnrt and expects to remain here
Mlas Sadla Whitfield la bark from
a conference of chief operator of
the Partfk' Telephone & Telegraph
Company In Portland.
Mm. It M. Follette. of Walla Wal
U. WaahltiKton, arrived here this
moriiliii: to jiaas twi wuoks with Mr.
nnd Mm. K S. MrUulro.
Miss Ksther June Clark plans to
leave Sunday to join the Klllson
White Chautauqua circuit, with which
ln was formerly connected.
. A WOMAN'S
depends upon her undergar
ments. Never before have
we had such exquisite Nain
sooks andLongclothsfor fash
ioning such apparel, nor such
dainty, fairy-like laces for
trimming them. To satisfy
the ever-increasing demand
for flesh-colored fabrics we
have Nainsooks, fine Silk
Mulls and Wash Satins in a
delicate shade of shell pink;
White Nainsooks, from 25c to 50c yd.
Flesh Nainsooks, at 35c yd.
White Silk Mull 35c to 50c yd.
Flesh Colored Silk Mull 35c to 50c yd.
Flesh Colored Wash Satin, at $2.50 yd.
Fine Nainsooks, 10-yd. pieces, boxed,
at $3.00 per piece
Japanese Nainsook, 10-yd. piece,
boxed," at $4.00 per piece
12-yd. boxed Nainsooks, at. ...$4.50 per piece
STOP AND SHOP AT
ll'hcrc Everybody ITrades
The llend OaraRO dollvered to K.
W. Heeler, of Milllcan, a model
"Pour-Nluety" Chevrolet this weok.
Last week a car of tho tamo model
was sent to Kd. Stnettr at Spokano.
The car was shipped with the Iiulck
belonging to Kmll Swansen.
J. II. PPTON MAY M'S.
SAI'KM. Jan. SS Word which has
been received here from llend carries
the Intimation that J. II. Upton may
become n cnudldato to succeed Vor
iton Forbes from tho 21st Represen
tative District, which Includes Crook,
! Grant, Klamath and Lake, and that
1 Mr. Forbes may become a candidate.
for the stato senate. The word Is not
definite, but this Is a lineup consid
ered probable, by friend of Mr. Up
ton. Denton G. Uitrdtek 1s also a
candidate for re-election to the Houso
from the same district.
XOTICK OF MIEISTIXR.
The annual meeUtij; of the Btork-
i holders of the lleed-Smilh McrcamUu
, Company will be held in the com
pany's office at Hend on Fobrunry
IS, 191S. adv.4S-4Sa
j Four chairs at your servico at tho
I MotroDolllHii. No wnttlnK Ad
MAURICE P. CASHMAN'S
MEN AND BOY'S STORE
BEND'S ECONOMY CENTER
THE RED CROSS
Needs your help. More American Doys will eoon be
"over there". Tliey will need LanJaen. Its up to tlie
American women to mpply tliem, You can parc an
afternoon or an evening--if you can't knit or few you
you can fold banJagei. In reiponie to request by
Members of the Rjd Cron we have acquired a number ot
RED CR-OSS APRONS
SPECIALLY PRICED at $1.35
These aprons fill all the requirements of the organization
TEe Peoples Store
Spring Display of Aprons
and House Dresses
Scout IVrcnles-Hunjjnlow 7f
vi& Scout Percale Slip-over 00
-hSSS Style OC
Amoskea Ginjrhani--ncatly made
with fontrastiu colors (H 1Q
IJest Grade Dress Gingham, a
a very good looking M A(
House 1) ress p 1 tc
Uuy them now for less than
the present cost of the goods
YOU are most welcome to come and look over
our stock of Dependable Keady-to-Wear. It will
do you good.
WE promise you the Hest Suit of Clothes your
money can buy these days of high prices. This is
very important, for true value cannot always be
measured by the price you pay. What you get is
the thing that counts, and we positively promise
to give you the MOST.
WE promise you a wide choice of the most depend
able fabrics it is possible to obtain, fabrics plainly
marked ami guaranteed to be as stated. Fabrics
of reliability and such asyou would expect from a
house whose reputation is the highest. We work
on the square.
WE promise good workmanship, careful and
painstaking, nnd in strict accordance with the best
idens of high class tailoring. Linings and trim
mings will be found of the best quality positively
at the price and detail perfectly executed.
MAURICE P. CASHMAN
Ghc HOME of HART SCHAFFNER & MJ1RX Chlha
Florshelm Shots O'Kane Bldg. 'Dutchcu Panli