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IN makinifa selection you ilioulJ take advantage
of tli iqrvi'oe rendered the American woman by
by the originator of llie
rill coriet u an evolution anJcomhinef fashion and
charm, tlie finest material, faultiest filtincfi and the
moil clever Jceiffntntf. With it the demands of your
figure are met. Whether you are tall and ilender
or short and plump, there is a model that wilt exact
ly tuit you and mold your figure to the new lines.
At the ,iame time undue restraint and annoyance
are done away with and wonderful support is given
In ihort. there ii comfort for you in this wonder
Mme. Dinner hat JetlgneJ a Cortelor YOU.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Mm. K. It. Wnrrcn arrived In Ho ml
Hitndny tu vlnlt liar daughter, Mm.
It. 1. Mlntor loft tlili momliiR for
Lusk, Wyoming, where tin inny lo
cate. K. U GInrk of I.n Pino was In Bond
laat night for I ho Elks1 organization
W. P. Vnndovort In In from his
much on tho Doschutos to uttond the
convnntloit of (ho Orcson Cattla mid
jKlIorso Rulsont' association.
TO HOLD RABBIT DltlVi;.
A rnhblt drlvo wilt ho hold on
Hiindiiy In thn !oiik lluttu neighbor
hood, according to Anton Ahlstroni,
who .was In town Wednesday. Tho
Mart will bo ntado from thu W. II.
Oray placo nt 10 o'clock, and after
tho drive Is ovor n frou dinner will
ho served. An Invitation h extended
to nil. i
odd fellows, notice.
All brnthem who havo nutou nro
ruatiOMtod to bo out Saturday for tho
purposo of showing our visiting
YOUR DRUG STORE
CST Photo Albums.
Magill & Erskine
Our Prwciiprion Department UCoroplelo
In Every Detail.
brethren thu sfjehtn of llond nnd thu
So W P. AIMER.
Chairman of thu Committee.
(Continued from Pago S.)
IN DRIVE REACHED
CLOVI3RDALE, April 23. Clovor
dnlo filled hor quota of $1876 In thu
victory loan on thu find day or thu
drlvo. Thu total amount collected
wun'91900, being $25 "over tho
. Tho Council club hold Its regular
mooting nt thu school Iiouhu on Fri
day evening, April 18. Aftor h short
business mooting, lira followliiB pro
grain was lvun: Darky song,
ThoinitN HollliiK. accompanied by
Knthorlnu Rolling; recitation, "When
La Dona Expects Hor lleau." Esther
Cyrus; recitation, "Jenny Iloyd Hud
son's Kurd"; song, trio, "Autumn
I.ulluby," Mm. H. Kllno, Itn'xlu Mor
rU uud Oludys Purborry-: play, "My
Mothor-ln-l.nw," Itoxlo Morris, Mr.
nnd Mm. Harold Kllno, MIhh Gladys
rartiurry una Mr. and -Mrs. Bert
l Mr. nnd Mm. II. IC, Allen, Mr. nnd
Mrs. C'hurloi Cist, Mrs. Derthu WU-
loon, Vern Klc. John Wilson, Georgo
I Davis, Van v llson, lnox McKlnnoy
nnd Lynn Wilson, nil of Blatant, and
l.uDona Cyrtm of lludmoiid uttondod
tho Council club uieotlug.
Airs. Quortsu CyruH lias boon con-
flued to hor homo during tho past
wook with u aovoro cold.
Va Wilson, Inez McKlnnoy, Itoxlo
Morrla uud Lynn Wilson uttondod
tho movies In llond Wednesday oven-
Mm, Irvlno Pnrborry and Mm.
Fraivk Burling woro Slaters visitors
An opldonilc of colds Hooina'to bo
inaklm; Jho rounds lit Clovordal'o, uud
Just now Is very univalent.
, Llttlo Evolyu Kllno has boon quito
111 tho past wook, but Is much un
proved nt present.
Mrs. F. M. Luiit Is spending tho
wook In llond.
LuDouu Cyrus spout tho week-end
II. C. Millar mid son Eurl havo
Jnkon thulr catllu to thu high dusort.
Mr. Oray wan u caller nt tho Lohg
lioniu oil. Sunday.
Easter Sunday wnH observed toy n
Sunday school plcula at tho church.
Mont ovoryono uttondod and thoro
wuh u IiIk display of eats. Hov. Mo
Vlokor of Uodmoiid will conduct
proaohiiiR sorvlcos at 'A o'clock uoxt
Sunday afternoon. Sunday school
will bo hold at 2 prompt.
Llttlu Freda Arnold la on tho sick
J, 11, Hodaon, 10. M. rack, K, J.
Hkeltqii and Harold Kllno canvassed
Cloverdale fqr th Victory loan on
Uniiiluv. v. .
lC o; Aiiilrus anil "family spon
Sunday at the Long home,
SHEEP MEN SEEN
SLUMP IN PRICES IS
Arizona Clip docs at 00 to 02 Cent
Central Orcein Itanclieni CJvt
Heavier KIccccm ly Clltliifr
I'IikUx Ilcttvr Winter Care.
(From Friday Dally.)
That Indications 'for prosperity
anions; wool growers of Central Oro
tton nro unusually Rood this year Is
tho declaration of It, A. Wnrjl, of tho
First National hank, wlm bases his
statement on recent advices concern
I in: wool sales hold In Arizona, wharo
tho quality of tho clip closely ap
proximated that of this section, nnd
bpcntis'j sample fleeces token nt
ranches whero sliearlns has already
commenced show u woiRht of several
pounds more than thu uvornRO of tho
yenr prcccdlnR, Hotter feed and
caro during the wlntor months are
hold to bo responslblo for this.
Word from tho National Wool
Growers' association Is to tho effect
that tho Arlronn clip has been almost
entirely sold at from CO to C2 cents,
a quotation considerably higher than
had been expected In many quarters.
On tho eastern seaboard flno wool Is
In thu greater demand, thu cessation
of hostilities and tho demobilizing
of tho troops having Rreatly reduced,
tho need for tho coarser varieties.
This also will bonoflt Central Oregon
growors, whoso clips aro for tho
most part find wools.
What can bo dono with tho ordi
nary range Katnboulllut under proper
conditions Is shown at tho Dan
Hourlgan ranch, where shearer havo
Just finished a bunch of 1300 owes.
Tho average weight of the fleeces
was 12 pounds. At the O'Callahun
ranch, shearing Is In progress, nnd
a llceco token at random .weighed
H pounds. Tho wool Is clean and
whlto and of Rood quality.
Unusually Rood lambing percent
age's are reported from slicop ranches
In this section and In Lako county,
and on tho O'Callahan ranch near
Paisley one owo presented her ownor
with four lambs. Twins aro common
enough, but quadruplets nro con
sidered most unusual In tho snoop
LOAN MEETING HELD
AT LOWER BRIDGE
LOWKIt DltinaK. April 23. A
booster meeting for tho Victory loan
was hold at the school house Tues
day nfternoon, Ilcsldes tho speaking
by tho roturued soldiers from over
seas, a feature of the mooting wns
music furnished by a four-pleco or
clicstrn composed of (icorgu Heels
V0II FQ fiiurc mch in demnnci 10-inches Cfp
TUlLIja"vide nine coloi-s yard JUL
TRKPF s'"c ft,M cotton tnn'ici used extensively
vliEirEr-tUis senson, win be lmd in eight colors, 7Cp
per yard .. "
I AWMC BAT1CTE Dainty Floral Patterns in
LftnNiy-DAllOlEr-fine materia ls-the sheer wash
ies always used.
An extensive showing of
Tissue, Cambrics, Lingerie
THE WARNER COMPANY
Quqilily Mrch4ndiie at Popular Prices
aHd-MurlonHosklns, violins, Hrnest
Heels, cornot;vand Mrs. Itoy Kidder,
Mr. mid Mrs, Joo Howard were In
Mrs, It. fl. Towno ontortalncd Sat
urday afternoon In honor of Kda
Towno's birthday. Jfargaret Wnltor,
Dorothy and I'rldy Holmes, Francis
and Huloii Nnwbold, Omar Hosklns,
Fern and Morlo Jack, Klulno Hunt,
Kiln May and Howard Callahan and
Dwlght Hnusur and .Mrs. Hnuncr
woro the guests,
William Drown has sold his place
nt Lower llrldgo to Mr, Ness of
Portland, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ness and
small daughter arrived on Tuesday
to take possession of tho place,
Tho two directors of the Squaw
Creek water district, (J. K. Stadia
andMr. Aldrlch, and Dennis Hunt
mot with tho people on the Long
Hollow ranch to look over tho
(Mr, and Mrs. A, J. Fuller enter
tained Friday ovnlng soinu -neighbors
and friends, dames and danc
ing were the features, and everyone
reports a very enjoynblo time.
Mr. Urock of Hood Illvor spent the
week-end ul thu Hosklns home.
FLAG IS PRESENTED
TO CIRCUIT COURT
Hllkeu Kmblrm to I'lny I "art In
Naturalization Ceremony Work
of Htliuols Trailed Jiy Judge.
(From Friday's Dally.)
A handsomo silk Ior. four by
debt feet, presented by tho Oregon
society of tho Sons of the American
Involution to tho Deschutes circuit
court, will hereafter play an Import
ant part in naturalization proceed
ings. When an applicant is granted
American citizenship, the oath will
bo administered from tho bench, nnd
tho citizen in tho making will hold
the flag In his hand during tho cere
mony. In speaking of tho work of the
society In Instilling patriotism Into
the hearts of men who aro taking
America for their country, Circuit
JudRO T. B. J. Duffy took occasion
'to compliment the Dcnd schools for
their co-operation In Instructing
prospective citizens. "Tho last men
who wcio examined by tho court
showed much better preparation for
citizenship than has been- noted In
former applicants, and thu work dono
by tho schools, I believe. Is largely
responsible for this," he said.
VALID, SAYS JURY
(From Friday's Daily.)
Nlnn out of 12 of tho lurora in the
cifto of tho Ilruett Lumber Co. vs.
tho IMno Tree Lumber Co. signed
thn verdict last nlcht awarding SI 330
damages to tho plaintiff for breach
of contract alleged in tho complaint.
Testimony by T. A. Ilruett of Mil
waukee, president of the company
bearing his name, nnd n deposition
by D. L. Wiggins, with whom tho
contract for lumber wus made, was
produced bV tho plaintiff, together
' OfU OCp 0Co
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Long Cloths, Nainsook,
Clotlis and Wash Satins
Look them over.
With tho testimony of K. If. Lamplitft
concerning prices of lumber, whlto
for tho defense A. J. Krocnert, presi
dent of tho IMno Tree Lumber Co,,
denied tho contract and J, P. Hen
nessey, of Tho Shovlln-lllxon Lumber
Company, gave further Information
regarding lumber quotations.
This morning tho caso of K. B.
Sawyer vs. John H. Hyan, whoso
cattle woro nltaged to havo damaged
tho lawn and garden of tho plaintiff,
was tried beore Judge Duffy, the
Jury's verdict awarding $30 dam
ages, H. S, Hamilton appeared for
tho plaintiff and W. V. Myers for the
Hearing started this afternoon In
the caso of W. S. Fenno, defendant
In an action brought, by F K. Dayton
of Tumalo, wiio Is seeking to evict
Fenno from a ranch purchased two
years ago, and on which, it Is al
leged, payments aro delinquent. II.
II. DeArmond and Charles W.
Brsklne of Bpnd and N. O, Wallace
of I'rinevlllo represent tho plaintiff,
V. V. Myers appearing for the de
fendant. It was learned on good authority
this afternoon that the damage suit
brought .by Miss Gertrudo Hanks
against the school t board of Dcnd
will probably bo continued over to
tho next term of court.
Civil War Veteran
Would Aid Friends
Hnyn Tnnlnc Did Him Bo Much Good
He Want U Oho Kvcry Old
Soldier n Dottle.
"I wish I could bu every old sol
dier a tjottlo of Tanlac, for from tho
way it has fixed me up I ucllovo It
would add years to their lives," said
Frank IJ. Kendrlck, a Civil war vet
eran living nt 4800 Charlotte avenue,
"Some time back,' he continued,
"I had rheumatism so bad, and went
down so fast, that It looked like I
was an tho vergo of it general break
down and had about despaired of
ever walking again. I was fast los
ing what little flesh and strength I
had left and could hardly get from
my bed to my chair. I bad no appe
tite, could hardly sleep and suffered
constantly with headaches.
"After taking Tanlac a short winio
I begau to Improve. I kept it up till
I have gained thirteen pounds and
feel better and younger than I have
In years. Tanlac Just filled mo with
now life nnd energy and put roe on
my feet again. I havo a flue appe
tite nnd can walk anywhero I want
to go and hardly feel It at all."
Tuulac Is Bold In Bend by Owl
Drug Co., In Sisters by Ceo. F.
Altken, nnd In Bend by Hortoii Drug
NOTICK OK SIIKUIKI-S SALK.
By virtue of nn execution In fore
closure, duly Issued- by tho clerk of
the circuit court of tho county of
Deschutes, stale of Oregon, dated tho
22nd dny of April. 1019. In u cer
tain action In the circuit court for
said county and stato, wherein Frank
L. Wnlt, guardian, as plaintiff, re
covered Judgment and decroo against
W. a. Hodman and Graco B. Rodman,
his wlfo; Mario" Chamberlain and
Minn Chamberlain, his wlfo; Georgo
W. Carpenter and Ula Carpenter, his
wife; John M. Carpenter and Golds.
Carpenter, his wlfo, nnd the Bunk
of Dcmlng, n corporation, defendants,
for tho sum of Forty-Three Hundred
nnd no1 00 th Dollars and costs and
disbursements taxed at Fifty-Nine
and 20100th Dollars, nnd attorney's
fees In tho sum of Two uunureu
Seventy-Five and nolOOlh Dollars,
and tho further sum of Forty-Three
and 75100th Dollars taxes, ou tho
2 2nd day of April, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that I will
on the 24th day of May, 1919, at
the front door of the court house In
Bond, In said county, at 2 o'clock In
the afternoon of said day, sell at
public auction to tho highest btddor,
for cash, tho following described
property, to-wlt: Tho north halt
(N4) of Section Fourteen (Sec 14)
In Township 15. S. of Range 10 E.
M. in Deschutes county, taken and
lnvled unou as tho property of tho
Biitd defendants, or as much thereof
as may bo necessary to satisfy the
said Judgment in tavor oi me piam
tlff against said defeudants. with in
terest thereon, together with all costs
and disbursements .that havo or may
S. E. ROBERTS.
Dated nt Bond, Oregon, April 23rd,
Claaatflnt advcrtUitur ehama pr luua 20
enU for Z0 on!a or lew. Ono cent per
word for all ortr zu. All clauineU advertuing
atrictly ciuh In aJvnc
FOR SALE Seed ryo. cleaned; de
livered In Bond. Write or phone
P. A. Dovora & Son, Tumalo, Ore.
FOR SALE The, beat buy In Contra!
Oregon. 120 acres. mile from
heart of city of Bend, A. D.
Morrill, Gaston, Ore. 51-8-llp
FOR SALE One J9-month-old Dur
ura bull, Flnu nnlmal. Prlco
$150. h A. Shonquoat, Bend, Oro,
FOR SAL Irrigated farm, 1Q0
acres. 125 acres under cultivation;
' 100 acres. In crops. Good water
right. $30 per acre with crop, $2.6,
The Week at the
"Little Miss Hoover"
L CHARLIE CHAPLIN
in "THE COUNT'
Tral Pkiure el Yellowitonc N
in PanmotHH. Atlcnfl Sprrial
"Tie SILVER KING"
Tke TfciiHinK Esgluh Mtlckmi.
Alfo Cartoon Comedy
Pictograph, News Weekly
Burton Holmes Travelogue
and E. K. Lincoln in
Not war pktwr, but a tupr patri
Mr. and Mrs, Sidney Drew
in "ONCE A MASON"
Come to The Libcily
when In Bend.
per acre without crop. Long time
on J2G0O. Phono F. O. Powers,
Tumalo, Ore. 08-5-Cp
FOR SALE Sweet clotor sped. L.
A. Brandenburg, Deschutes. Rural
FOR SALE Seed ryp. northwest of
Bend, 15 miles. 12 tons at $50
per ton sacked. $55 per ton in
small lots. F. W. Levcrenz, Tumalo
FOR SALE. One 5-room. one -room
and four 3-roora houses in
Mill addition on Gilchrist avenue.
John Stelnkamp, Box 106, Bend.
FOR SALE Black team of marcs,
weight 3000 pounds. One 4 years
old, ono 6 years old. Inijulro of
George C. Trucsdalc, Powell Butte,
FOR SALE Two room houso and
one of best garden lots in city of
Bend. Soil deep and well fertil
ized. Worth $450 but will sacri
fice for $325, $125 down, balanco
terms. Addross box 72C, Bend, for
FOR SALE Georgo Taylor, Bend,
Oregon, has all kinds of young Til
lamook calves. Call Red 1-341 or
write Box 113 for Information.
FOR SALE It you want the highest
price for your goads, write mo.
Richard Richards'.' auctioneer,
geneml delivery, Bend, Ore. Farm
sales n specialty. . 69-52-09p
FOR SALE Good grain drill. 10
hoso Roderick Lean, $50. Frank
Lemay, near Orange Hall, north
ertst of Bend,'' 84-49-53p
TO TRADE OK SX CHANGE.
TO TRADE 1917 Chevrolet, good
condition and good tires, for good
milch cows or hogs. Address Bul
TO TRADE Two thoroughbred bel-
glan does, and ono Flemish doe.
will trade for laying hens. Younj;
stock for salo. Box 726. Bend. H
WANTED Incubator Will buy or
rent a good one. Inquire Bulletin.
WANTED Mnn to work on ranch.
$C0 per month with board.' Tele
phono 4-F-25 mornings or even
WANTED Wo will call anywhoro.
any place, any time, to look nt
your used furniture. Let us know
what you huve. We pay cash. Tho
Standard Furniture Co. 97-49tfo
PASTURE FOR HORSES We havo
32Q acres ot bunch igrass pasture.
Running, water. Can accomodate
20 head. Write Llvcsay Brothers,
Gist, Oregon, 04-7-8P
FOR RENT 80 acrea Irrigated farm
3 miles from Bend; 40 acrea In
cultivation, sorao in alfalfa. Wrlto
or seo Otto Olson, CO McKay Avo
Bend, Oro. ll,9S-9p
STRAYEDOne coal black 2-year-old
colt, filly, branded crescent re
versed E K, Finder please otiry
M, C. Knotts, Bend, Ore. 57-Sp
LOST White collie dog. Brown rs.
Finder please phone Mr. Shon
quest, Rural 32,
TAKEN UP Two yearling , ten,
black and white; one 2 wklte fet
and white tal; 1 bran! fcf'teww
lilt In rlgltt ear; ao .etr Wands
Yl8lble,r Jy .K DaHaL Or
1 1 when In Bend. II
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