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IIKNI) UUMiKTl.V, llKNI), OUKflON, TIIUltfWAY, JANUARY 0, 1010
in Uncle Tomtf Cabuu,
Monday j.m. iu-i
)o You Remember
now twenty yoiim hko
BEFORE the automobiles ciiniu,
Oil tllU U'll'pllOIIOH,
OH tho "Muvk'ii,"
YOU TWO hitched lip Ih ii muni
AND drovo to tliu Op'ry llouwi,
AND with Ihrlllml
FHOM tho rood of your littlr to your toon,
WHEN EU,A crossed tin) Ico
AND HI.MON LEURKH and tho bloodhounds
YOU foil In lovo vllh that beautiful
DREAM CHILD, Mttlo Evil,
AND your wholo hoiiI crli'il out
AH tliu whip cut ucronH Undo Toiii'h buck;
'' . .
YOU InuKlx'il uprottrloUHly nt Topny und
IK tlicHii memories recall
DAYH you'd llko to bring buck again
TAKE our mlvlco itntl bud
7n her very latent clunl rolo
, little eva '!
TOPHY (tho color of u lump of roal)
"Uncle Tom's Cabin"
Harriet iieechkii btowk'h immortal htory
Also CHARLIE CHAPLIN COMEDY
1MCTOGHAPII and TRAVELOGUE
t. .. M jJ '" J -'
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
(From Wednesday's Dally )
Frank McCaffury of Powell Ilulto
wan a Blind visitor yesterday.
T. 0, Dllibln Ih In Ilend today from
hlit honiu at Itllny.
Mm. Margaret Lliifleld of Turn'
boimo miih In the- city yimiorday.
Charles Avury In a business vlnllor
In tho qlty today from IiIk Ikiiiiu In
Will Wurzunllur of I'ortlaml wan
In Ilitnd ycnttinltiy lookliiK after
propurty InterimtH In HiIn vicinity.
J. C. Clotnlim. W. T. Lost or, ('
Douogau and A. W. (lowan of MuriiH
arrived In Ilend lanl nli;lit.
It. N. lluchwnltcr of Paisley Im
YOUR DRUG STORE
we have a full
school supplies at
Magill & Erskine
Our l'lrtcii4ion Department u Complete
in lively Dcltil.
transacting IiumIiioss In tho city to
(1. Springer, formerly Judgo of
Crook county, arrived In Bond lant
iiIkIH from hln homii In Portland.
Mr. HprltiKor Iiiim regained possession
of bin stock ranch near Culver and
Intondit to resume opuratloni on an
uxtuiiHlvo iical o,
Thu Women's Foreign Missionary
society will meet will) Miss Spnuld
Iiik at tho Altamont Thuniduy after
noon. Mm. Frank Prlnco will leavo to
night for Minneapolis, en route to
Now York, where she will meet her
husband, Captain Trlnco, who Ih re
turn I m; from Fraucu.
I.leut. II. A. Htover has been Riven
hlit discharge from the army, accord
ing to a letter received thin mornliiK
by II. J, Overturf from Camp Htauloy,
Texan, I.leut. Htover wan formerly
u member of the office iorce at the
First National bank here.
(From Tuendfty'M Dally.)
K. A. Emory or Hllver Luko is a
business visitor In the city.
Jeff Kelly of I'rluevlllu spent last
night In Ilend.
I), 1, MIckelH Ih In the city from
IiIh home at Fort Hock.
Lewis Knight Ih a business visitor
In tlin city from Prlnovlllo.
X, If. Klllolt of Turrcbonno Ih In
Ilend toduy on biiHlncnn.
Frank K. Dayton Ih In Ilend to
day from hln home at Tumalo.
C. W, Footer Im In tho city on busi
ness from IiIh home at I'rlnuvlllu.
W H Itlluy of I.a IMau arrived In
Ilend last night mid Ih slopping over
J, L. Freeman and II. V. Aldrlch
of Hllver Lake are spending tho day
In llond on business
Mm. M. H. Biggs, .Mm. W. I. Dish
iii an and Minn Dolly IIodKen of I'rlnu
vlllu are In the city today.
Lieutenant Paul II. Croutcr of
Union Ih In Ilend looking up farm
condition In thin ncctlon with a view
Minn Hello PattorHon, who hnn been
employed at the Penny ntorc, loft
yesterday for Juneau, Alanka, whero
nho will take a position with a well
known millinery firm.
Dr. H. 8. Hlloy of Nashville, Ten
nessee, after serving an a lieutenant
In thu medical corpn, U. H. army, has
arrived In Head and Intends to locate
here. Ho In a tton-ln-luw of C. C.
Sergeant Norman A. Cobb, who
ImH been intending tho machine gun
tmlulng camp nt Fort Hancock,
(Jcorgla, hen returned to Ilend and
will make bin residence with IiIh
parentu, Mr. and Mm. L. L. Cobb, at
1C1 Deluwaru avenue.
(From Monday's Dally.)
Hoy Skeen of Hcdmond wus a Ilend
vlnltor Hint night.
Dalmar Heeder of Sliver I.ako In
In the city on buslnenn.
Aldrich, Fumed Oak
C. Kurlzman& Co. Walnut $475
Andrew Koehler, Walnut
SEE THEM JlT THE
THOMPSON MUSIC Co.
The Peoples Store Inventory Sale
ALL ODDS AND ENDS AND LEFT-OVER WINTER GARMENTS
REDUCED FOR QUICK DISPOSAL
WOMEN'S WINTER SUITS ON SALE SPECIAL AT $22.50 TO $37.50
lloautlfully Tullored Suits of Korgoa, Poplins nnd llroadclotha
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' COATS ON SALE SPECIAL $13.50 TO $27.50
Smart Tailored Coatu of Pltuh, Velvet, Voluura nnd Other Wool Matorlals.
CHILDREN'S COATS ON SALE SPECIAL 25 PER CENT. DISCOUNT
flood Warm CoiUh for All Arch. " Yearn to 14 Yearn.
WOMEN'S AND MISSES DRESSES ON SALE SPECIAL $13.50 TO $32.50
iMany Pretty Htylea of SorgeH, Joraoys, Hllkn and QoorBottoa.
WOMEN'S AND MISSES SWEATERS, SALE SPECIAL, $2.95 TO $12.50
.Pull-Ovor and Coat StyleH of All Wool, 811k, nnd Flbro,
WOMEN'S WINTER UNDERWEAR ON SALE SPECIAL $1.29 TO $2.68
Long or Short SIoovoh, of Floocod Cotton, Wool, and Silk nnd Wool.
WOOL CAPS AND SCARFS ON SALE SPECIAL FROM 29c TO $1.98
Extraordinary OfforliiBa Junt Ono or Two of Knch Stylo.
WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S HOSIERY,, SALE SPECIAL, 15c, 29c, 39c
(Discontinued Numboru and Odd Lota at TrowondouB Snvlniss.
Our hIiowIw? in tho largcet
and for quality our prices are
from J)Jcto$1.50 pr. yd.
Luce, priced from lie
to i)5c per ynrd
New Vollen, Lawnn, Plouen,
Llnweaven, I'ojillns nnd Nov-
20e. 25cf Hoe, Ji5c nnd
up to $1.25 per yurd.
IlouNewlvon and rooming
house ownem attention I
Slight lmj)erfectlon In then
Spread i enable us to hell
them at 1-3 LESS than thu
$2.15, $2.:J5, $2.50
Cotton Damask, 2Mn. w Ide,
Special at 55c yard
other at 8Hc, $1.15
All Linen Damnsk nt
less than wholesale
$2.25 and $2.75 yard.
Presenting Important Savings on
Quality Merchandise. Since normal
production will not be resumed for
many months Die.se Special Prices
should be welcomed by every thrifty
home maker, and this sale offers an op
portunity to buy at lowered prices.
many prices below today's wholsale
The Date-January 8 to 18th
Our diatom Ih to rarry over
no garment from senion to
We offer our Entire
Stock of Coats, Suits
and Dresses nt
Make your nclrction now bo-
fore our aMortmccls arc
or this Ci
ie, yd. LvV
20-in. White Outing Flannel, regular
price HOc, this sale 25c
.'30-in. White Eiderdown, regular price
JiOc, this sale, yard 31c
ll5n Colored Outinor Flnnnel. vd 29c
08c x4 Pepperell Sheeting, ynrd. 59c BllllgaloW
$1.40 72x00 Seamless Sheets, good House AdFOIIS
(lualit' 51.29, AT LESS tiiaJTCost
$1.85 72x00 Fine Quality Seamless! of material alone
2 Big Specials
Envelopo Chcrnlso, tl.lfi and
Sl.'Xt valucx, for thin nolo
Muslin Pettlroati, $1.60, $1.75
and $1.05 value, for
$1.05 51x00 Fine Quality Seamless
1 05c 42x80 flleavy Pillow Case 29c
l)On DnmnoK Pistil Kl nnUni In
select from, per yard 33c
JJ5c Percales, 80x80 count, 00
inches wide, yard 31c
40c Ginghams 33c
York Ginghams 29c
Priced al 95c, $1.15, $1.25
Children's 1-1 Ribbed Black
Cotton Hose, 25c value, ic
Limit 0 pairs to customer I3C
"Women's Black Cotton IIoso
25c values, limit 0 pain is'
to customer c
75c Ladles' Fibro Silk Hose,
in white and gray only.
Specially Priced, 59c
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Rawson of
Hcdmond are In Rend today.
L. C Quick of Ft. Rock is trans
acting business in Ilend today.
Mrs. A. M. Prlnglo and llttlo son
havo returned to Ilend from a visit
E. V. Lutz nnd family are Bpondlnj;
tho day In llond from tholr homo at
Mrs. J. K. Knox of Post arrived
In tho city last night and is stopping
Fred Shlnta,ffor of East Lako
arrived In Bend this morning. Ho
intends to spend most of tho winter
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ouy McReynolds of
this city are receiving congratula
tions over tho arrival of a baby boy
at their homo yesterday.
Mrs. C 11.. Snow has Just received
J 1000 insuranco from tho llrooks
Scnnlon Lumber Co., made payablo
by tho death of Mr. Snow recently.
A. K. Richardson, Leon M Brown
H. B. Wetter, William Farro, Miss
llolou Ik Purlngton and Mrs Frank
Trlskn of Burns wero visitors In tho
city last night.
Frank motored to Bend last night to
attend the movies.
(From Friday's Dally.)
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lens
Prlnovllle nro In the city.
J. O. Huffman of La Pino is a
visitor in tho city today.
Jay Hnguo of Culver spout last
night in Bond.
J. M. Couch of Tumalo wns in tho
L. K. Shepherd left last night for
Portland to purchuso stock for his
Judgo Boegll is In from his ranch
at tho Cove and Is visiting at tho
homo of W. P. Myers.
Miss Holon O'Noll of Portland is
n houso guest of Mrs. N. W. Boles of
Mr. and Mrs, Fred Shonqulst vis
Rod in Bond InBt night from their
ranch on tho La Pino road,
Fred N. Wallaco nnd J. M. drlffln
of Tumalo wore In Bond yesterday
aftornoon on huslness.
"W. A, Lawson was tt business vis
itor in tho city yesterday afternoon
from his homo in Rodmond.
turned to Bond, havlag rccolved his
turned to Bond, hatng received his
dtschargo from tho navy.
County Commissioners O, II. Mil
lor and Soth Stookoy aro in Bond
today for tho Bosslon of tho county
Mr, and Mrs. Jarod Mooro and Mr.
and Mrs, F. A, nice and their boq
(From Saturday's Dally.)
W. A. Goodman and Alex. Hanley
of Burns arrived in Bend last night.
Guy W. Ingram and J. C. Dodson
of I.akevlew are in tho city.
Mrs. G. H. Caldwell of La Pino is
spondlng the day In Bend.
Fred W. Wilson of Tumalo was a
business visitor In tho city yesterday.
W. C. HQllinshcad of La Pino was
in Bond yesterday.
P. II. Coffey of Brothers was trans
acting business In Bend yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Barry of'Lako
viow are visiting In Rend.
J. F. Morlcy, deputy sheriff from
Klamath county, is In Bend today on
J. J. Ellinger of Terrebonne Is In
the city today attending to business
William V. Rogers vras a visitor
in tho city yesterday from his homo
Miss Ruth Caldwell was called to
Portland last night by tho illness
of hor father, S. C. Caldwell.
Carl Johnson has moved his tailor'
ing establishment Into tho block
north of his former location on Walt
Robert Innls of tho U. S. navy has
arrived at Newport News, according
to a telegram just received by his
Mr. and Mrs. George Carroll ar
rived In Bond last night from Camp
Grant, whero Mr. Carroll has been
in service In tho army. Ho enlisted
from hero in the summer of 1917.
Dresses! Dresses! Dresses!
Sample Line Just Arrived
That will be sold for less than it cost
to make them, We sell as we buy.
Also a sample line of Smart New
Waists of Georgette and Crepe de
Chine. These goods must be sold
before our buyer goes east.
Come now tod make your choice, at they will ooi It !oog
I the pneet we have lhem milked to icll (or.
A hays at Your Service
Pn'mflc Building Bead, Oretfos
All Mall Orders Promptly and Carefully Fllltd