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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1919)
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A Knock-out in
AID 'IS PLEDGED
llittlni'ss fi-om llnlf tlu State Will
Drain Through HimhI to Tort-
Innil If Stroltnra Stem Is
lut Through Snjs llullder.
KLAMATH KALS, Oct. 16 Ilenl
iilng that railroad communication
l a necessity It n vast bulk of trndo
now centered in San Krunclsco Is to
bo diverted to Portland, Portland
Chamber of Commerce delegates on
tfle special sent to Klamath Falls,
hare pledged Portland's support In
tho construction of the Strahorn road
Fifty per cent of tho nrea of tho
state Trill bo opened up by the road,
It is claimed. As explained by Mr.
Strahorn to the Portland men, Crank,
Lakovlcw, and Klamath Falls, with
the immense country tributary, will
drain through lien a to the chief city
of Oregon, when his system is com
pleted. Lakovlcw residents expressed tho
sentiment that their country is nioro
than ready to do business with Port
land, providing adequate communica
tion Is assured. At present, however,
thousands of head of sheep and cat
tlo nro yearly sent to tho southern
markets because of the Jongcr rail
road Journey which would be Involv
ed in shipping to the north.
Will Shorten Haul.
Tho distance from Klamath Falls
to San Francisco is 430 miles, to
Portland it Is CO 6 miles. By the
Strahorn railroad the distance will
be shortened to 1 SO miles, with di
rect service. The Natron cutoff
would shorten the distance to 329
miles, but ngnlnst its immediate con
struction hns been urged tho cost es
timate of $11,000,000. as against a
million and a half dollars to get tho
Strahorn railroad connected with
Portland excursionists yesterday
morning visited local mills.
There Is a stand of timber esti
mated at 25.000,000 to 30.000,000 i
feet, nearby, enough to run 30 or -10 '
yeais. and the mills manufacture box
-shooKs enough ta more than pack
the ornngo and lemon crop of Cali
fornia. Portland Help Important.
Yesterday afternoon there was nn
excursion oer the Oregon, Califor
nia & Kastern, or Strahorn, road,
which has been completed 20 miles
to Dairy and Is handling consider
Nathan Strauss, excursion chair
man, and W. L. Thompson of tho
First National Dank spoke for Port
land at the Tuesday night banquet
which lasted until Wednesday morn
ing. They emphasized the fact that
Portland's influence will mean Cen
tral Oregon transportation.
BEND IS INVITED
TO REDMOND SHOW
Parade Is Scheduled for Tomorrow
Afternoon, and Many 'from Till
City Expected to Attend.
A special invitation to tho peoplo
of Bend to attend the Redmond
potato show, which began today, was
sent out yesterday by M, A. Lynch,
chairman of 'the general committee
In charge of the show. The event
of the afternoon, Mr. Lynch states,
Nvill be li parade featuring community
Industry, schools, and livestock.
Tomorrow will be Bend day at the
Bhow,' and it is expected that a largo
number will -be in attendance from
TO HELP CHILDREN
Campaign. WJI1 geek to liaise $1000
of.jrC0.000 Total in DcsrhuteH
County by October 20.
ToVfurther tho "Be a brick, buy a
brick" campaign started to raise
monoy for a 60,000 children's
homo" lii Portland,!. Clara Upton
und Mrs. Eleanor Fowler, of Port-
land, nro in Bond today. This
county's quota, Mrs. Upton explains,
has boon set at $1,000, and one
tenth of this amount was received
whon tho county court tnado tho
first contribution of $100.
Mis. Emerson Stockwell has bcon
appointed to take charge of the cam
paign in this county, which will con
tinue through all of next wook, con
cluding with a tag sale. Crook
county's campaign will be put" on at
tho same timo, Mrs. Upton said.
Have n thing jou vant quickly
llulletin classified uds will get It.
te Big Grocery Specials
One Day Only
Wednesday, October 22
Bargain DayReveille Week
Regular price canned corn, selling at 25c per can, we offer Wednesilay,
Oct. 22, special 5 CANS FOR $1.00, or $4.50 per case. This
represents a saving of 90c on the case.
Home Brand Peas, 9 cans for $1,000
Per case, $4.00
Mission String Beans, 5 cans for $1.00,
or $4.50 per case.
Money Saving Values
For Every Visitor
in Bend Wednesday
During Reveille Week.
One Day Specials Oct. 22
1, 20. Wool
2 Cashmere Wool
3 Hack Leather
7 20c Canvas
Ribbed Drawern and rf f
Shirts, 1.25 valuo J 1 .UU
I1.2G laluo Silk
Hoys' Jllbbcd Union
Suits ... ... .
IB Per Cent Off
for cash on all purchases of $5 and over, exclusive of shoes'"
When you purchase any of the above articles see
our line of Maekinaws "Vqol Shirts Flannel Shirts
Loggers'" Shirts Heavy Pants Heavy Leather and.
Loven & Chinlund
Home' of Society Brand Clothes
Oct. 20 to 25
Bargain Day Specials
Heavy, two-inch post Iron Ned. Your choice of
three finishes white, Vornis Martin or ivory.
Sold regularly for $18.50. Special $13.75
Solid Oak Dining Table, 42-inch top, 0-fL. exten
sion. A good value at the usual soiling price,
M.50 Special . .$18.25
A good, strongly built Onk'K&cker, with genuine
leather spring seat. Worth $M.r0. Special $9.85
MAjr JTIC tCANQCS
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ftJE LIBERTY THEATRE
Two Complete Shows Each Night 7:15 and 9:00
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Sunday Matinee and Night and Monday
WM. S. HART in "Wagon Tracks"
Don't miss "Big Bill" Hart in his latest Art
craft Picture! And
Novograph 3low Motion Pictures.
Literary Digest Topic of the Day.
Robert C. Bruce Scenic, "Separate Trails"
Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 21-22
ELLIOTT DEXTER and LILA LEE in
"The Daughter of The Wolf" .
A Smashing Story of tho Great Northwest"
And Mrs. Sidney Drew Comedy, "Bunkered." ,
Thursday Only Oct. "23rd
MARGUERITE CLARK in "Still Waters"
Her Great Comedy Picture of Lifo on a Canal
Boat and in tho Circus.
And 10th Episode, ELMO THE MIGHTY
"Victims of the Sea"
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Friday and Saturday, Oct. 24-25
HALE HAMILTON in "Full of Pep"
A Thrilling Melodramatic Comedy That Will Put
Pep in the Deadest Fellow Who Ever Lived.
TOM MIX COMEDY "Hoarte and Saddles"
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