The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963, October 08, 1921, Page 5, Image 5

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IIKM THAIS' HCHKDl'I.K
Orr(in Trunk
Arrlvnii. 7: SB A M.
I.i.hvi'H 7:30 I'. M.
O.-W. It. N.
Arrive, :D0 1'. M.
I.cava. 7:00 A. M.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Mm. V. II. Will li-fc mi Inal iilKlil'"!
1 1 it I II fur I'tnllillitl. I
V.. N. CnvauiiiiKli i't I " ,,n" '"
ll.'iul tniliiy mi Imalm-aa. I
J. II. M.'lutnr lina iiiIiii iii iI friuii
II IiiihIiii'hn I l ip I" Kiul(anti.
(I Itlllu'llH III .Ml'lllll.lH IiikI !
nlKliI, wln'iii Iih I" riiiilnfil. j
Allmr HIItT li'fl I tint iiIkIiI fur 1'int-
IiiiiiI In 'inl arvt-rnl tlaya. j
Mm W. II. I.uti-ii w nl H 1'iirilninl
IiihI nlKiil. lo Hl"'llll tint wlnliT. !
Mr. mill Mm. r'ninK AihIithiiii ,
wkiiI I" I'lliH'VllIn tnilay In ntliiiil
Ui" fnlr.
M rti. W. I'. DiiwiiIiik mill iIiiiikIiht
wt-iit In I'l liii'Vlllit Kiiluy In iiininl
Ih" fnlr. ;
('. A. Iluyili'ii wi'iil In 1'iiitliinil
IiikI nlKiil mi bnalnraa. II" will rrlurii
Moniliiy.
MIhh K. T. IIIIIit 1 f 1 liil nlKiil
fur Vunriiiivfr. Waah., In nttfiiil li'T
llliT"' wrilillliK.
Five Wounds In Logger's Body Caused
By Bullets Say Doctors; Shirt Intact
And Probe Fails To Find Lead Pellet
I'iiiIit lii'iiliniiiil fur flvo tmily
woutiila, iliM'Inri'd liy Iwu In-iid ihy
alrlim In lui vii In" li ruilKi'ilVy linl
I"Ik fiiini ii 2'i riihlior rlfl". John
lliiliiivli li, lm!i:"r, wan a pailim! Iiml
IiIkIiI hi Hi" SI. Oniric lniHplliil.
It Ih Hlaiiil imliiy I luil tin will m-rov-r.
I'nliiivli-h wim hIihI ycnli-riliiy
ufii'iiiniiii, purity Hlmt lluil In, r-
. J' I M Olll'f It. II. KlIX. CllllH"lll"lll-
Iv h" wiih lii nil ron 1 1 1 Inn lo il"f"inl
lilmu'lf when ii ' I n r IiimI . lut iniiiiiiK-
I'l lo ll'l II'" llfflll'IH lllllllThllllnl
I'nil ml liy Knx near III" cnrniT of
llmiil iiml Dri'Knn, Ii" win I uk "ii it I
inn" In lint iifflitt of Mityor K. I).
C if null. Winn' II wiih iinlrkly rcal
l."il that lint lil'in l.""il"( llnllit'tll.
lii" hii :k I'ltl In iilim "I. Kmi in I mi -linn
III Hi" nrrii" of a pliynli'lmi In
Ih" mi in" IiiiIIiIIiik li'Vi iiIimI iwo
wiih lulu, oil" mi Hi" iIk'iI ll
III" clit iil, Hi" otln-r mi Hid l"fl up
puii'iitly in ii k 1 1 1 k Hi" exit of tlm
Itiillil. How Hi" IiimiiI wiih iiiIhh"(I
wiih rniiHlil"r"il iiIiiiohI inimriilmitt,
mill a f'-ulur" of III" ran" which wiih
al firal miml p"rpl"liiK wua Ih"
furl Dial Hi" mit it'll rlnlliltiK. l-
IhniiKh lilonil miuki-il. wiih not pn
"Hulmi hy Hi" li'inli'li m ImmIIii. II"
wait luki'ii lo HI. Churl" liOHpllitl.
Tim pit I lent had Juitt flnliilii'il III
fonnliiK Hi" mayor that a man In
tint wi-hI pinl of lown IihiI tried lo
Ink" US frnin hlin. thut hn only
liud $10. and thai t lit-it hit hud
"KoL tthot," whi'ii roiiiirilman O.
II. linker who had hii'ii innkliiK ln
IIiIiIih iih o ih" in it ii n Idi'iillly,
"iili'i'i'd tin Vooni and whlHp"rnd
lo lli mayor.
"I.i'I'b look al li Ik hack," iiKK""t
"(I lluil i.fricliil. Three morn
wouiiiIh W"i" rtivi.'uli d. Owt hull"!
nppari'iitly lemalncil In Ih" muii'M
lioi'y, lull inubliiK kIiowciI Hit)
wuiiihIh lo hi- entirely In anrfure
llrxii", iiml it few minute later the
furl ili'vi lopftl that they hud been
nil m 'I hy li erht H whlrh lliihovlrh
had applied to IiIh body, while u
pulli'iit lit Ihn I . u tn Ikt m ;i ii 'h Iioh
pltal. J. II. hum, vim, hoHpilal dl
ri'ilnr, nitlil that lliihovlrh hud left
the liiHiltiiiion yemerduy mill niliK.
had prof-ui'i'd u pint of innoiiHhin",
and lliul Hie rent of the orcitrreiirn
wan due to un uhnnrmitl Henr.t; of
h iiinor.
ENDEAVOR TO REDUCE
DISEASE ENDEMICS
In un effort to minimize uhitenre
from HrhonU becaime of epldemlm of
ruiiluKloiiH iIIki'iihi'. the tut hourd
of lii'itllh Ih Bi'iidlnic out. throuKh
County Hrhonl Kiiperlntendeiit J. Al
ton ThomiiHon, lliiruturu urKlnK
early ileterlinn of (IIhi'Iiho to avoid
co in in u ii Ir.t t Ion o oihcr puplln.
SMOKER IS TLANNEI)
HY REND ELKS LODGE
I'Iiiiih for u miinker lo ho Klven
Tu"H(lay nixht followlnx Initlulioii at
th Klka hull are well under way
under the direction of Ir. W. IS. Man
uliiK. rhulriiiiin of the iiii.-inli'-i'Kliip
roriimlllee of tht lodK". Two boxing
boulH, in ti m lo. and ref reHhineiitH will
be the rhitf feuliiren of the affair.
Have You Tried Our
25c Cakes?
Tl.ey are DELICIOUS.
Try one for dinner tomorrow.
American Bakery
raOE3BflC
. . i i.. it 1 1
.V. . ivnirHerim. Ht r ,, ,.r ,,,,, rP
today from l.u I'lne. where h Ih .ii-, 1h )( wi,(,k u, he )i()M
peivlHliiic road work, ()f mM Tt)0)lt HOII . Mr. , Mri(. j
W. It. Sperk drove In iup raiirli I AU ThomtiHoii.
mi llm HuriiH hlKhwuy yeHterday, re-
luruhiK Ih" HUiiin day
J. It. Kinder of Kheimiin county
arrived In llend IuhI iiIkIiI on IiIh way
Put lt"llly and hl aimer who have , ,,,, i)m(.,l(.: llt . .p. Hit re
hien vimtliiK In Hi nd for Hi veit.1 ditH ;I)lir,, ,, ,,, W.M l.rp lrh (,
will return to l.ukrvlew toduy. now hnrvenied and In Hie wurehoiiHe.
W. Nurd, who hit been In llnid Ih up to avtrare thin year.
for aeverul daya. returned lul nlKht
SHOWS ECONOMY OF
WORK FOR CHILDREN
"lt.a KptiiHjvc To Knvi Tbem Tlian
To I'linl-li CrliiiliniU," Hn J.
" TaUMber, Jr., Welfare Worker.
lo hla hiiiii" In While Kalmon.
II K. Ilerrlrk of Kort llork la In
the city. He wua fire Innkoul diirlliK
Ille pum ..mini at the Fox Unite mil
lion. II K. WfllHler. I.. Mo.en. J. A.
Sinllh uinl John l.utlier were puioten
Hera lo l.a I'liitt on HiIh huh iiIuK'h
talte.
tru k- It w..rttiill MikM Itrinu
. . i .i, t, ,t t. . i, , i "Whut liua ItoyV mid ulrla' wel
I.i'liriiiiuiii and MI-h H.iroihy Taylor
went to rrlnevlll" laM liiKht to ul-.for" work lo do with Irxutlon?" wua
lend the fair. th" tiieilou UHk"d of J. Trurrher.
Mr. and Mm. V. N. Williamson. Jr , iip"rlniendi.ii of the boyn' and
who have been vihIUiik reUiivea here. Klrln' aid anrleiy of tlreuon. who urn
marled litttt nlKht m the ntimi trip ' herif on IiIh way hoiutt to Port I. mil
to Sin rruiirlarn. .from IturiiH.
, , l ..i,,., t i, w in.1 ii Hnrk-1 "Jurt I h Ih." wiih the nnver. "It b
t ii k for Tom t'oiiiinlly al it h ' P
tump hi the li.fhn
In M it ii I it li''. ii Ik lit .
A M liiyaiil. O W
e-.f'TflV" li H.tT" rVlldien lluil;
foret, wenli'" puiilnli i.r 1 111 1 Hutu, (mr Horle'v wan
in Ki.i. i. . I with Iwo illi-tilrt lili'im In
utliid. one wiih to pave the unfortun
ate child from beroiiilnic a criminal.
'I'll other id. a wan to Huve the Hint"
iitie eni.eTue whlrh the criminal al-
u uy in In I he mule."
UKeltt at .Mllll-
r.tti. Iinnir'.ii hu hiuuII hoii io li.'iid
l.tht lilKill. H.'l lnlli.lv III. Tl!" buy in
now It; a lui-iil liu.pital.
Ml. L.tuia T. t'ne It. VlKltllllt Her
a. in. Mont, il" i Co". t Ma new I
ho,,,... y;t Knit !.i.,...y. vii.'i" i." cor.N"n NURSE HAS
huH min.d from hl ranch to ap-nd
III" winter. '
The IteV. IIUIIH. nf Tuill.ll'l v. l'.i ;
preiiili ninriiliit: uinl evi lni; al the
Hi nd Pit-hyti-rlnu rhn.r'i. A tl.l '
will I." m it ii it by Mia. Ahl.y i'on.'M.
mid Mm IJi'iie tSotitliimii.
MlaarH Kllllli " t'atlow nil ! I.n.a .
KelltiKK Wi lli lo Pin llilliil l. m UH.'.tl ,
III ap.llll the Keek end They Hill
ll.lv" buck with K. J. (alli-.v. who
wua recently npeiatid on in Portland..
Mm. W. I!. Hudson went tn Port
laud hi.-i nlrlit In attiinil Ih" Pythian)
SiiitflH ronveiitloli l lie., my n un vt en- l( ,,
li"Hil:iy. She w ill vlnlt with ab'ter '
In Hood Itlver b. fiire reliu iiinK lo i
It -lid
(!. A. Itowln.Hky relurneil l.iat nlKht
from Tern-bonne, where lie vMted ,
aeverul tlayn thin week. Uowlnaky la
atill In Hie army. beliiK here on fur
IoukIi. II" will leave Sunday for
Olyiupln.
Mia Krniirea ThompHon. teacher
nl Hie Illark Unite H.hool. nml MIhh
HRUMFIELI) JURORS
NAMED TENTATIVELY
Kleven Are 1'nt.netl Kor 4'tiiiHe, Jlut
Htale and DefeiiM Have 1 1
Peremptory halli'iiK" Left.
(Br L'mtxl Pr to Tlx Btd ButMla.l
KOSKIIPHO. Oct. 8. Twelve tent
ative Juror were aealed In the Hrilin
field trial toduy uh the fourth day of
court opened thin mornliiK. Th de
feuae ha eluht peremptory chal
lenit" reinallilliK, uml the alale alx.
With the d"f"lia exerriaiiiK tedlou
cure In exnmlninif each Juror, court
ulturhe derlure final Helertion of the
Jury will not he achieved before Monday.
Mack Sennett
ToTif,wrjugrViiHinr
Uitfilffl Vt
Comedv
Drama
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Sixteen Years Experience
Fur hIxIm-o yearn, a rorp of nirtullui(l"'H hai lieen HtadyinK nl ronstantly
M-ifitlliiK the Hieel Ihal Kim into rrery part of the- Ford car and the Ford One
Ion Truck. Kuril neparate part ban been atudled to learn tin type ' "'' I"'
(llttl for It. I'art ntelvln ronalant Hiirfare-vtear are roatle of hard, flint-like
metal; part auhjtt letl to irreat vibration or resilience are made of wtfter. aprlnity
meel. Kverj' part Ih made arcordlnK to It une that la, every GrauiDe Ford part la.
Itut there are alMi counterfeit "Fortl" parts. Thette Imitationa are made by
ronrernn In no way ronnerted with the Fortl Motor Company and retailed aa aide
llnet hy mail order Iioum-h. down-low n alort-n, and many Karaite. The anttnttpertinK
ruHtomer accept them Itei-auHe they are railed "Fortl" parfa. To make aure of
Itt tilnic the itcnolne Fortl-matle parts, buy litem only from Authorized Ford Dealer.
I.ikeuiae hrliiu or take your Ford car to our Karaite for repaint, replacement, and
general "tuning up."
We are Authorized Fortl Dealer. We ran fupply you with all Ford part for
cil her puwciiKer ear or truck. Anil our ahop Ih equipped to fcive real Ford Mnrice
in all repulr uork.
Central Oregon Motor Co.
Ford Sales
and Service
J. L. VAN HUFFEL
A. G. CLARK
Bend
Ore.
LOOTII AT THE FAIR
A booth I' r the riiunlv nnra" haa
en built ui Ilio ruUiity fair crolllid'.
at ll'ili'imit, lo bt il aid it a rt-Hl
rouin uinl lirt nld vlatlon. The nia
: were tl ni'ti'd by Hi" P.eilmoi'd
A 'tit ricin l."i:ii n piii-i, the work dune
hv tin- liuv ,k''tuil Iroi'P. The t'amp
fue CliN will be Mia Julia D.
I'lm k'a aa..i' lanlH.
L.i:c Forced by C!ac..-ition.
M.il" than !ltl per eenl of all lii" hil.en
W'orhl are due to Khii lallon.
Ttf s.
h n u1 w if uk mini .mn j' WKgitJ1
mm rtii
0
rfi Gwedy Dtinu in SIX
Liberty, Sunday nrund. Monday
a
4t :
Wilson George's
ORCHESTRA
Engaged to play
for the
B. A. A. C.
Dance
American Legion
Building
TONIGHT
0:80 P. M.
Totally Destroyed!
An Oft Used Expression
And it could have been prevented if
your garage had been covered with
Johns-Mansville
Asbestos Roofing
Reduce the insurance on your
carcarry a J.M. Fire
Extinguisher, $10.50
... $ 1 0.5 0 spent in prevention may save
a $2,000 Car.
SEE IN PREVENTION WINDOW
Bend Hardware Co.
6kki9f
A New Oldfield Tire
"999" 30x3 Anti-Skid - - $8
"999" 30x35 Mi-Skid - - $9
Realizing the heavy demand for a 30x3 and 30x3'i tire at
a low price, Oldfield has made the market situation serve the
light car owner by producing the "993" line.
This tire will be sold to the public at the lowest price ever
quoted by a company of Oldfield's reputation.
The Oldfield "999 is an outstanding and exceptional value.
Previously your choice lay between quality and low price in
buying a 30x3 2 tire. The Oldfield "999" combines both.
SEE IT AT ONCE!
Sayler's Garage & Service Station
Corner Greenwood Avenue and Harriman Street
EXCLUSIVE OLDFIELD DISTRIBUTORS
We carry all sizes Oldfield Tires and Tubes
90
99