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BY AIR PLANNED
II. C. CHAMTON', KKPKRSKXTIMJ
pacific ,m link co visits
A 1IKXI) TO LOOK FOR GllOl'MIS
Fon landing vfm.u.
Representing the 1'aclftc Air Lino
Co., which holds the Curtis alrpluno
agonoy for Oregon, Washington, nml
Idaho. H. C. Chnrlton, for IS months
nn aviation Instructor In tho U. S.
army, visited Bend from Portland
Friday In nn endeavor to And u
suitable landing Hold for machines
which might mnko tho (light to
Contrnt Oregon from tho Willamette
Tho company of which Mr. Charl
ton Is a member, now has ttvo two
passenger machines on tho way from
the east, ho said . Thcso planes
nro army flyers, and later will bo re
placed by largo machines cnpablo of
carrying a pilot and eight passengers.
By uso of tho larger airplanes, fares
charged passengers can be greatly
Mr. Charlton intimated that Cen
tral Oregon would bo visited to a
considerable extent by flyers from
the Talloy country during tho win
tor months, because of the nbsenca
of rain. Regular runs will bo mado
from Portland to Seattle and Ta
coma, while emergency flights
would bo mado to Bend. Tho pas
senger carrying business of tho
company will he emphasized from
the tourist standpoint.
MRS. J. C. WILLIAMS
DIES AT AGE OF 88
Resident of Bond Succumbs to So-
rcro Cold Funeral Services to
Tie Tomorrow Afternoon.
General weakness, the result of
ago, and a severe cold, caused tho
doath Thursday evening of Mrs. Lucy
Williams, aged SS years, widow of
John C. Williams. Tho funeral ser
vices, will be held from the NisWong-
er chapel at 2 o'clock tomorrow af
ternoon. Ilev. Williams, pastor of the
Christian church, officiating. Burial
will be in Pilot Butte cemetery.
Mrs. Williams was born in Mos
cow, Missouri and camo to this city
10 years ago, having made her home
here ever since. A son, W. H. H.
Williams, of Bend, survives her.
HEAVY SNOW FALLS
IN HIGH COUNTRY
Forest Service Man Itrturuln;; from
Headwaters' of .McKenzIo Itlver
Reports Big Storm.
Heavy snow ,1s reported in the
higher country by Grazing Examiner
Jack Horton, of tho Deschutes Na
tional forest, who returned Thurs
day from a three-day trip to the
headwaters of the McKenzIo river.
At Crane Pralrlo, one and a half
Inches of suow had fallen yo-Jterday
afternoon, and the storm wns conti
nuing when Mr. Horton left (or Bend.
In the timber, the lowest point at
which ho found snow was near tho
bridge on tho Deschutes south of
Little Lava lako.
On tho divide between Elk Lako
and Horse Lake, eight inches of
snow fell night before lasr.
Whitened mountain peaks visible
from Bond, testified this morning to
tho extent of tho storm.
Put it in Tim Bulletin.
W. R. Speck, Spe - gent S
B r teeeHBeew H
c a package
before the war
c a package
during the war
c a package
THE FLAVOR LASTS
SO DOES THE PRICE!
SILVER LAKE WILL
HAVE BRANCH BANK
Stock for New Financial InMltutton
Ih Quickly Taken Up When First
National Representative Visit.
SILVER LAKE, Oct. 4. That tho
First National Bank of Bend con
templates opening a bank hero in
tho near future, was mado known
here this week. L. M. Foss, vlco
preeldont, has been here during the
wok, distributing stock among local
people who- had expressed a deelre to
become financially interacted In tho
now Institution. He stated early in
the week that he lied placod over
half tho required amount, and was
confident that tho balance would be
quickly mado up.
A reinforced concret building will
be erected, and a fire-proof vault,
with burglar proof safo and up-to-dato
furnishings, will bo installed.
Because of tho near approach of win
ter it Is possible that the building
will not bo completed this fall, hut
in this case a tomporary home for
tho new bank will bo secured so that
business may he commenced at an
A M.ko For Tho MIddlo-AKL
Folov Klflnnv T'MIr nlvn niil.lr ra.
lief from kidney or bladder troubles
that have not reached a chronic or
bad stago. They stop bladder irregu
larities, strengthen tho kidneys and
tone un thn llvnr Don't Biiffnt- urln.ii
Tollof can be had. Get rid of back-
ncno, jameness. rheumatic pains, and
stiff Joints. Sold Everywhoro. Adv.
FOR YOUR CAR
The correct grade
of Zerolene will add
years to the life of
your car. Gives bet
ter lubrication with
least carbon. Get a
Chart for your car.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
a dard Oil Co.', Bend, Ore.
Will Coincide ultli Reveille Week,
October -0 to JM, Ih Announce
ment by Chief Cm Ion.
Although other communities
throughout tho United States will
keep flro prevention week from Octo-
bor G to 11, Inclusive, Bend'fl will
have a ftro prevention week all ItH
own, Flro Chief Carton ileelnrod on
Friday. It will he from October
20 to 26, the dates coinciding with
those of Ilevolllo Week. .Signifying
a waking up for Baud in the flro
situation. It can hu most effectively
put on In connection with tho big
celebration planned by the American
Legion, Mr. Carlon believes.
One day of Kevelllo Week has al
ready bcon sot nHldo by the program
committee, for tho firemen, and on
this date tho department's parade
will take place, and In addition, runs
by the now englno, and practice
drills will bo put on. Many novel
features nro promised by tho Bend
Other nnnouncomouts concerning
preparations will bo mndo later.
WEDDING IS HELD
Bend .Alan Claims Kouth D.ikota &iii
ns Bride Xeuly Wnlileil Couple
to Mako Homo In TliN City.
Glonn n, McICelvy and Elsa N.
OrolBon, both of this city, were
quietly marrlod at the homo of tho
bride's parents, Mr. and Mtb. C. K.
Urelson, in Bond lest Tuesday, Uov.
II. C. llartranft of tho I'resbytorian
church officiating. MIhh Lois Mc-
Kelvy attended the bride.
'Mr. McKoivy has been a resident
of Bend for some time, and tho
Grcisono camo to this city only two
weeks ago from Hot SprlngH, South
Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. McKoivy will
mako their homo hero.
SELLS HIS INTERESTS
Announcement was mado on
Friday by Claronco L. Mannhelraor
that he had purchasod tho Intorost
formorly owned by his brothor,
Claude L. Manilhojmor, in the dry
goods 'store bearing thoir nnm'o, and
will have entire control of the es
tablishment uftor Octobor 10: Claude
Mannholmor will leave Bend soon,
but may return later, his brother
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LIQUOR KEPT TO
Hail Three Quarts Hidden from Wife
J. II. Tnlor Tells Court Him
Wilt (to to I-'iro Department.
Admitting thai whiskoy found un
der his house on Greenwood avenue
near Wall on last Wednesday morn
ing wns his property, J. II. Taylor
plnndod guilty in police court to
tho chnrgo of having three quarts
in his possession, but declared that
he obtained It to um ns a medi
cine In caw another opldamlc of
inltuenzn should bren out. Ho
had tho liquor for four months, nud
had hidden It under the nous to
prevent hie wife from Martin It. he
Mid. "What I get' in jmliee court
won't be a circumstance to what I'll
get at home." he awn red City Judge
Bocaatso the defendant In second
assistant chief In the Bend Flro Do.
partment, Judge I'copleH ordered
that tho fine, fixed at $25, should
go to tho account of the special flro
PAYS $3 FINE FOR
RUNNING OVER HOSE
Charged with running over a flro
hose, and with ignoring tho com
mands of a pollco officer who order
ed him to stop, A. 8. Fogg, of Bond
was hailed Into Pollco court yestor
day nftornoon, nud fined 3. Fogg
pleaded guilty to running over tho
hose, hut said that hu did not know
that Flro Chlof Carlon whoso ordor
to stop ho disregarded, was vostod
with pollco power.
Tlioy et Action At Once.
Foley Kldnnv Pills Invtcrnmtn
strengthen nnd hoal inactive, weak
ami iiinoaBoti Kidneys and bluddcr,
.lira. u. J. Hills, 600 aw ay., Hlonx
Fulls. J! I).. wrllnu- "I uilffnn,,! wilh
kidney trouble; used lo have nevero
jmiiiH across my imck and fell mlusr
nblo and all tlrod out. hut after tak
ing Folov Klilnnv Pillu I im ..ill
Sold Kvory wjioro. - Ad v
Your Fall Vacation
Spend it at East Lake
Hot Springs Sulphur Springs
New Hotel Accommodations
Under New Management
Cabins to Rent Camp Grounds Available
40 Miles from Bend
For information, inquire Bulletin, or write to
Eugene T, Jensen, La Pine, Ore.
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PUT a pipe in your face that's filled cheerily brimful of Prince
Albert, if you're on tho trail of smolco peace! For, P. A. will
sing you u song of tobacco joy that will make you wish your
life job was to seo how much of tho national joy smoke you
could get away with every twenty-four hours I
You can "carry on" with Prince Albert through thick and thin.
You'll bo after laying down n smoke barrage that'll mako tho
boys think of the old front lino in France!
P. A. never tires your taste because it has the quality ! And,
let it slip into your think-tank that P. A. is mado by our exclu
sive patented process that cuts out bito and parch assurance
that you can hit smoke-record-high-spots seven days out of
every week without any comeback but real smoko joy !
Reynolds Tobacco Company, Wimton -Salem, N. C
ASK BIDS ON REWARD TO GO
$10,000 B0NDST0 BEND WOMAN
AMOUNT NEEDED FOR
Itcrul nixtrict Willing to I'ny ft IV r
Cent. I'nlutitiK Contractor (ilwn
Clean Bill of Health by In
To take cere of wargutUi in lh
tuui of i 1 0,000, ieaued In order
completu tho now Kenwoud echini,
the Bend eehool dlroetom, In )hmmuii
Inst night authorized I he clerk (o
advertise for bids on $10,000 worth
of flvu per cent bonds, llldx -.veto
nlso asked on the construd'oa of a
que room school nonr Carroll am cm
In thn southeastern part of tho dis
trict. Tho action was takan cflur
acceptance hud been made of
Mr. Carroll's offer to donate n
IS yearn, one-tenth of tho Ihhuo to
be retired at thu end of the fifth
year, and onotentli each year there
after. Aftor Investigation complaints con
corning the painting of tho Kenwood
school, tho building committee,
through its chairman, Director Nor
deen, reported that tho painting has
boon approved by architect Loo A.
Thomas, and that specifications had
been lived up to by thu painting con
tractorfll. J. Bookman, with one x-
ceptlon. For certain work, ornngo
sholluc lind been specified, but llilti
could not be procured, and with tho
consent of tho architect, Mr. Book
man uuod a wood filler of equal cost.
Mr. Nordoon Htated,
Formal acceptance wan mado by
tho bonrd; on the report of tho com
uiltteo on touchers' salarlo, provid
ing an upward revision.
Tanv tmJ mmma. tlJm
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nj hllt'fxtmnd tlnhttmt'
dtrt mnJlnat tlttty,
tiinl cry 11
imnt mhtnrtp thmt
Mn In (aM fit tmtn
MONEY CLAIMED FOR
Will Be Kent to .Mr. .M. Keenr) or
'IhU City fur IMrt l'hi)e! In
('upturn of I). C llilcliiiyi
Nenr Ilfie lit AuiiiMt.
Oct. 1 -Mrs. M. Keener,
of I lend. loly made demand on ,
Warden Rtelner for T0 offered by
the elate for Informatlou leadlnK l J
the capture of Dave UrlcUoux. The'
Sheriff of Deechutoe county also
makiM a claim for the toward, but
tho money will go to Mrs. Keenoy.
D. C. Ilrlchoux wiin taken Into
custody on Tumalo Creek, near tho
county fish hatchery, two wmiks af
ter hu had made his uscapu from tho
state unylum at Kalom, with lMwurd
Southwlck. Tho latter convict wiih
novor rocapt tired, but Ilrlchoux wns ,
returned to tho state Institution on
August 28, tho day after ho wan
taken Into custody uenr here. Ilia
conviction, In Malheur rouuty Heveral
years agp, was for murder, and ho
Ih serving n life uonlence.
Convict Taken Augiiot U7.
Routhwlck and Ilrirhnux camo
to Bond Immediately after mak
ing their escape, nnd using Houtli
wlck'u younger brother as a mosrioii-
gor, sought assistance from Mrs. k
ICeeney, whom Ilrlchoux had pre
vloiisly known. 8he, however, In
formed Sheriff Holierts that tho two
were In tho vicinity of Mend, nnd u
Hunrch was Instituted to dolormlno
the exact hiding place of the con
victs. Beforo plans woro completed for j
the capture of tho pair, Koiithwluk
and hla younger brother made their
escape, heading for Nevada, it wiih
believed. Ilrlchoux wan finally tak
en on the afternoon of August -7,
when ho wont to keep an appoint
ment with Mrs, Koeuoy at the Tuma
lo hridgo, bollovng that he might
rocelvo assistance, but Instead find
ing himself Hurroitudod liy n posse.
Ho offered no resistance, and on I'
thu samo ovnuiug wan taken back
to Snlem by State Parole Officer L,
When A ClilM Hun Croup.
Thousands of mothers say Foley's
Ilonoy and Tar Compound l the best
romody thoy know for croup, cqukIih
and colds, It cute thu thick, choking
mucus, cloarH awny tho phlegm,
opens air passages nnd oases hoarse
ness, Tho gasping, strangling fight
fop breath gives way to aulot breath- i
lug and poaceful uleop, Hold Every
where. Adv. i