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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1919)
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TWO MORE DIE
IN LONG RACE
PLANK CltAHIIKH TO (JIIOI'M) IS"
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PA NTH I.IKl'TKNANT MAV
NAItl) IN I'OltCKI) TO LAND.
Illy Ulillr.1 IVr., lo'Dir llrrxl I!ullMln,
NKW YOHK, Oct. Ifi.CrnMlilm;
200 foot 1 1 1 r i 1 1 k 1 1 u mountain bllr.
wtrd, I ho airplane carrying l.loiitnri
ant Kliliy uinl Lieutenant .Mlllnr,
dashed Km occiipuiitn to death near
ICvatiMtoii, WyomliiK Into ymlrday
OMAHA, Oct. 10.- Lieutenant
Mayunid, Hid "sky pilot" of tho
) ocean to ocean airplane race, was
forced to land noar Wnlioo, Nobrauku
'hocntmo of a brnkmi shaft. Ho wun
mavnaiid to oontinVk.
wini to lili iixcollijiil showing.
l,ltil'iinnt Mnynnrd will not hit de
barred from further purtlclpnlloii In
tlm air ditrliy, tint director of tlm air
pervlcn iinunuiicod today. A piano
(ijniuited by an officer who iiilt (ho
race, will hu placed at Muynnrd'H
LAKEVIEW MAY GET
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PORTLAND. Oil IJ If mii ix
aIhiimIoii of t Ik NhvsiIh, OrKou k
CallfornlH rnlliOMd run h' made for
h illManct of IS iiiIIm lo Valhy I
Falls, l.aliMVlnw will probably bo
uomii tlm horiiH of a gri'iit box in ak
in i; IndiiMtry. according to Col F. 11
Place, who U mhH(Irk right of way
for tin HXtitiialun. Timber of ex
ceptional iiunllty for this purpomt
will Iik npnuHtl up If ihii nillrmid
onti bo extended, CoIoiihI I'laco declares.
FREE Rogers Silverware FREE
With Every 2 5 -Cent Cash Purchase
Gasoline Tires--Accessaries the pur-
chaser will receive one ticket.
With every 25-ccnt cash purchase GASOLINE, TIRES,
ACCESSORIES, the purchaser will receive one ticket.
ISO tickets obtain... Teaspoon
50 tickets obtain CofTce Spoon
100 tickets obtain Sugar Shell
135 tickets obtain i- Table Fork
150 tickets obtain ........:... : Tablespoon
150 tickets obtain - Orange Spoon
200 tickets obtain : Butler Knife
.100 tickets obtain Table Knife
Central Oregon's Leading Automobile Agency
TO SHOW DIKPLAVH.
County Annul II. It. Kooiin ha col
lected tlm beat specimens of ngrl-
eultural displays from tlio Oram,'"
Hall fair, and tlm Tumalo Pair to
bo soul lo Portland for exhibition
Pioneer Garage Co
Central Oregon's' Leading
Want In buy luty, iimi Hiilletlii ibn-UriiM iuN.
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AT BOTH THEATRES
ftE GRAND THEATRE
Matinee Daily, 2:15 Two Shows Nightly
Sunday Only, Oct. 19th
BILLY RHODES in "The Love Call"
The story of the little rough-nck girl who
found the wild country and love more appealing
Lloyd Comedy Pathe News Ford Magazine
Monday and Tuesday, OcU20-21
H. B. WARNER in "The Pagan Cod"
5 a Thrilling Drama of Intrigue, Oriental
Mystery and Love
See amid lavish setting a seductive; siren of the
Orient vamp the American secret agent.
Christy Comedy and Cartoon and Topics . .
Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 22-23"
Rex Reach's Tremendous Drama of Alaska
TWO NEW FIRES
NATIONAL IOUKST IlLAK IS AT
PIUNOLK M'TTK, AND SKCOND
()Ti:i IN TIMUKIt KAKT OF
I.A IMNi: I.AST NKJHT.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22
1 Heavy Turkish Towels, 21x38 in.
3 for $1.00
2 Ladies Black Cotton Hose; .
6 prs. for. $1.00
3 Children's Black Cotton Ribbed Hose;
6 pr. for. .$i.oo
4 Light Percales, 27 in.;
7 yds. for. ., $1.00
5 Colored Outing Flannel, 27 in.;
4 yds. for..; $1.00
6 Bleached Outing Flannel, 26 in.;
5 yds. for .'........$1.00
7 Good Quality Ginghams, 27 in.;
4 yds. for. i; $1.00
8 Union Linen Toweling';
4 yds. for $1.00
9 Racine Stocking Feet;
7 prs. for $1.00
10 Corsets; values up to $4.00;. broken
sizes - $1.00
11 Bleached 9-oz. Canvas Gloves;
7 prs. for ; 1.00
12 Men's Half Linen Handkerchiefs; good
quality; 5 prs. for $1.00
13 Men's E. & W. Collars; 2oc linen collars;
6 for $1.00
bo hold early In 1920. Just whnt
tlio amount of taxes Involved in this
milo will bo, Mr. Anderson is as yet
plumbic to say.
AlthmiKli tlio forest fire season
was theoretically over a month nnU
a half apo. Forest Supervisor X. G.
Jncobson. and Deputy II. K. Vincent
were called out last nlKht to 1'rliiKlo
tlutte, where n flro Is reported to bo
In proKresH. At tlio sauto time, n
blare of considerable extent on stato
laud vast of I .a I'luo had started,
and J II Honor drove out this morn-
lui; to take charge of flro flKhtltiR
Practically all forest fires starting
since the early part of September
have boon either wilfully set, or
have rosulted from the carelessness
of campers and others, in throwing
away unextinguished cigarettes, or
In forgetting to put out their camp
fires, Is the belief of forest officials.
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Wll.h UK HKAVV 1TIWT SAI.K
SINCK COUNTY WAS KOILMKI)
TO UK KAUIA IN YKAH.
ARRIVE IN BEND
Motor Through Woods ami LorrIii;;
Camps In Preparation for
Filming Silent Drauui.
SUN WILL GOVERN
U. S. CLOCKS SOON
.He paid his debt according. .
to the Law of the North
AND TEMPEST CODY'S MAN HUNT
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f Friday and Saturday, Oct. 24-25
iririT i Visits ttm n i MI
vim a nana in nnasp hpr marnon
; In a sparking Broadway sucqess, in which is at
' her fetching best
Jester -Comedy, "Her Honor the Scrub Lady"
October 20, 1919, Is the date set
by law for tlio change, of time back
to "sun tlmo," and the official end
of tlm daylight saving plan. It Is
suggested that clocks bo turned back
one hour on Saturday night, Octo-.
ber 25, This will put nil clocks
upon the now time Sunday, Octo
ber 20. At present clocks iuo ouo
hour ahead of "huh tlmo," which
gets you up ono hour earlier and to
bed ono hour before tlio old tlmo.
(Dayllnlit saving was abolished by
congress recently ovor tho veto of
Out of a total tnxes amounting
to $291,032, more thun one-sixth,
$52,090 to bo exact, remain unpaid
and will draw 1 per cent. Interest
per mouth, from tho property own
ers, Chief Deputy Sheriff August
Anderson roportcd this morning. In
addition to tho interest, a five per
cunt penalty Is provided for all
taxes remaining unpaid aftor
On somo property In tho county.
tnxes liavo not boon paid for years.!
a 09 per cent combined penalty and
Interest having graduully been piled
up against somo realty. Tho first
salo of taxes slnco tho organization
of Deschutes county, will probably
On a preliminary visit to Uond to
Investigate first Land the natural
udvuntuges offered hero for tho stag
lug of a moving plcturo based on tho
logging Industry, W. II. McMonies,
L. II. Moomaw, Jean Hersbolt. and
Miss Elizabeth Mahoney, represent
ing tho American Llfeograph Co., ar
rived In Dend this morning, and left
shortly after with Clydo M. McKay
on a tour of the woods nnd logging
ler of the Livestock Stato Hank of
Portland, arrived In Hem! this morn
lug. and will leave Saturday with
B. P. Mahuffey, of tho Central Ore
gon Hank on a 10 day auto lour
which will include Klamath Falbi,
Lakevlew. Fort Klamath, Sllvor
Lake, and the "P" ranclj. Mr. Swift
will return to Portland by way of
(Continued from Paco 13.)
SWIFT WILL TOUR
To mako a thorough Investigation
of conditions In Central Oregon,
Carletou D. Swift,' vice-president of
tho Central Oregon Hank, nnd Cash-
athletic show offer a dollar a minute
to any nian who stays with one of tho
wrestlers 10 minutes and they meet
all comors. Thero Is a Hawaiian
Village with native singers, dancers.
and musicians-. There Is a circus
sldo show with strange people from
evory section of tho world and thoro
aro other Just as interesting. Four
rides, tho giant ferris wheel, magni
fivieut merry-go-round, sensational
whip and nerlal swing.
Tho advance agent had only two
tips on tho show. Qpo was to tho
"Hoys" to take their glrs .to see Oh
Doy and the other to those eligible
to take thoir motber-In-law to tho
Hon Houso to roost with tho chickens,
AT B. A. A. C. PLUNGE
An nddod luducomout to swim
mers frequenting tho pool at tho ).
A, A, O. gynnslum will bo offered
toulght with tho Installation of n
springboard recolvod today. Tho ono
formorly in uso was broken sovornl
wooks ago by a too uuthuslnstic
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a i , , o .u l., ... .'"TAI. VAVih JOHANNINO
And his group of South African 'black mwwd lions, lo ha seen durlns JRoYelUe Week 1u JJend, ,0.ft f5-25.
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