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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1910)
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THE JUNCTION CITY.
Situated fiO miles south of Hend, on the Oregon
Trunk Knilrond mid on the Natron Cut-oO of the
outhern Pacific, Cresent oilers C.ri'itt Invcstineiil
Hitrgains. Speeinl Inducements lor Uusiness Men
and I Iome Makers. Automobile Service from Hem!
LOTS ON EASY T H R Al S
Sec L. L. FOX, Hem! Agent
Central Ore. Improvement Co.
I.. IJ. WAKMMUM), Mnnnjccr, Crescent, Orcicon.
Adjoins Bend on the south.
Most beautiful residential sec
tion in Bend.
Also Some Choice Business Lots.
Timber Lands Bought mid Sold.
HUNTER & STAATS
WAI.I. STREET, BEND, OR.
MI S" C?I I V Davlc Uulldlng, Wall St.,
All Spring Samples Now Here
That You Can Depend On
to took nice, to hang well, wear well and rIvc you value received
for what you pay for It. Come look over the Sumplcs.
A. D. M0E, The Tailor.
National Cash Market
Davles Building, Wall Street
F. W. STAFFORD, Proprietor
M BRCHANT T A 1 L 0 R INQ.A SP jiC I AL T Y
!Tie aliens Toggery
I'INE ASSORTMENT OV
EXCLUSIVE AOKNCY FOR
The Nettletoi. Shoe
ITlaVil O llWUvJRJ
A. L. FRENCH
Wall Street, . . . MEND, ORKGON
FOR PAIR COUNTY DIVISIONS
Subject .Matter of Initiative Petition
to Leave County Division to Im
partial Board and Vote of
Uclow is Riven the text of the In
itiative petition launched by the
Mndras Commercial Club. While
theru I some nbreviatlon towards
the lust, the vital points all arc in
cluded; We, (lie undersigned cltlirnsaild lejjal
voters nf the Htatc of Oregon, rec.
fully demand that the following pro
iiosed Itw shall m submitted to the legal
volctiof IhcMlate of Oregon for thrir
approval or rejection at the regular Kn
I have personally signed thU petition;
I am a legal voter of the State ol tOegon;
my residence ami jiosloiricc are correctly
written after my name.
l'or an act to provide methods for the
creation and organization of new town,
countlea and municipal dintrlcta (except
ing drainage and Irrigation ilittricta of
let tlian one county), for changing the
boundaries of eilsllng countlct, and to
repeal Sections 3687. 36H8 ami aWtyof
Ilcllinifcr and Cotton'a Annotated Codes
and Statutes of Oregon, and to repeal all
acta arm paria 01 acta relating to tne or
sanitation of municipal corporations in
mi far at they conflict with I lilt act.
IlR IT ItNACTHtl nV TIIH 1'UflW H nil
TIIK. STATIC OP OHKCON;
t Section 1. New towtu. countlea and
muulciuil dlitrlcta may be created, and
the bouudariea of existing countlea
chanced, by proceedings in substantial
cotuplianre with the proviiioua of thla
act. Not less than o tier cent of the
whole numter of legal voters registered
and residing within Its projwsed terri
tory shall Gle with the Secretary of State
their petition for the creation of such
municipal corporation, and shall deposit
with the Secretary of State such aum of
lawful money at the Governor shall esti
mate to be necessary to pay the expenses
of the proceedings. The total vote cast
within said territory for Representative
in Congress at the last preceding general
election shall be the basis 011 which the
number ol petitioners necessary shall be
computed Said petition shall conform
In ita vcrificalio.i and general tenures as
nearly as may be to the laws governing
initiative petitions, and shall contain the
loiiowiug iniormation, w lie re applicable:
I, The name and location of the tern-
porary county seat, town, or temporary
principal cilice of said municipal district.
a. The titles of the municipal officers
3, Approximately the number of legal
voters, the number of children of school
a i:e, and the imputation resident in the
4' Approximately the numberof votes
cast therein for Representative In Con
gress at the last preceding general elec
tion. J. Approximately the area and aa
cased valuation thereof,
6. The present rate of taxation and
the rate which wilt be necessary in said
territory after ita incorporation
7. The whole amount of taxes now
paid In said territory (exclusive of special
district levica for schools or roads), and
the estimated amount that will be iiccca
ary alter ita Incorporation.
8. The proposed boundarlca of aald
new town, county or municipal district
The petition fur aliew town, or fur a
muulciMl district, shall also contain a
copy of the charter proposed for said
town, the powers proposed for said mu
nicipal district, and the rules for guid
ance of Its officers. Said charter, (tow
ers or rules must not be amended or
changed by the Commissioners herein
provided for. but may be amended or
changed by the people of aatd town or
dial rid after Its incorporation, as pro
vided by law. l'or six week immedi
ately before filing such-petition the peti
tioners or a committee 01 tneir number,
hall give printed notice, by advertise
ment in two newspapers of general circu
lation within the territory affected, of
their Intention to file said petition, and
of the proposed boundaries of said cor
poraltou; and they shall file with their
said petition proof of audi publication,
as in the caic of service of summous by
Section 3. The Secretary of State
hall notify the Governor when the peti
tioners have complied with this act, and
within thirty days thereafter the Gov
eruor shall appoint three disinterested
Commissioners, who shall not bo resid
ents, property owners nor taxpayers
within the territory of the proposed
new town, county or municipal district,
and one of whom shall be a practicing
surveyor and civil engineer. Said Com
mltsiouera shall subscribe and file with
the Secretary of State an oath of office,
declaring that they will faithfully ami
lmutrtla!ly perform their duties to the
best of their ability. It shall be the duly
of said Commissioners to examine all the
facts bearing on the need fur such new
corporation, with reference to the gen
eral welfare of the State at large, aa well
as of the people locally interested.
Within ninety days after their appolut
ment they shall report to the Governor,
in writing, their findings of fact, conclu
sions and recommendations for or
against the creation of said new munici
pal corporation, which report shall be
filed in the office of the Secretary of
State. If the report shall be auaiust the
creation of such corporation uo further
proceedings shall be taken, except that
copy of said report shall be printed by
the Slate I'riuter, and mailed by the
Secretary of State to every registered
voter residing within the territory de
scrilied in the petition for such new corporation.
hcctioil j, 11 ram icpun snail uc
favorable to .tjie creation of ald new
corporation, the Commissioners ohall de
fine therein the boundaries which they
recommend, which may be different
from those in the petition. Within
thlrtvdavs alter receiving such favor
able report, the Governor shall Issue his
writ ordering the election within the
limits described iu the Commissioner's
report, to th end that the lgal voters
therein may iiecine for or against such
Section 4, The election to decide for
or against the creation and organization
of such new town, county or municipal
district shall be ordered, notice thereof
given, and in all things conducted, as
nearly ns may be. In accordance with the
general election laws of Oregon.
Section ... If the rnaloritv of votes
csst on said question shall be favorable
the corporation shall be thereby created,
and the Governor slu.1l, within thirty
days, appoint persons to fill the local
offices named In said petition,
Section 6. In case of a new county
all mailers relating to value and division
of county property, county funds, taxes,
iients, assets ami liabilities, ami all pe
cuniary matters of difference between the
new county and the county or counties
from which such new county Is created,
shall beatatcd and settled by a board of
arbitration, composed as follows;
The County Court of such new county
snail, at us nrst meeting, appoint one
person as an arbitrator, and the County
Court of the county from which terri
tory is taken lor the new county, shall,
at Its first meeting after creation of such
new county, appoint one person to act
as arbitrator, and the Governor shall
designate a Circuit Judge of a district
not embracing any county from which
territory Is taken for the new county, to
act with the arbitrators representing the
In the case of a new county, the local
and special lawa affecting the county
from which the greater part of the terri
tory comprising the new county was
taken shall be operative In the new
Section 8. Until the next succeeding
session of the Legislature alter Incorpor
ation, said new county shall be attached,
for legislative and judicial purposes, to
the district in which is situated the
county from which the largest portion of
Its territory was taken.
FOUR UORSG LIVGRY.
r y& 3m. 1
This new Winchester
shoots a heavier bullet
and hits a harder blow
than an other recoil
operated rifle made. It
is more powerful than
the .30 Army, of big
game hunting fame. The
loading and firing of this
rifle are controlled by
tho trigger finger. It
Si ttr OUttntfi drcmltr rally
tbtcrtMaf lUl turn tttU a-ak
aoi irrtafta uu pwr pint.
New lavtsi, Ceoa D. S. A.
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OmCK IN FIRST NATIONAL DANK BLDC.
Vernon A. Forbes
FIRST RATIONAL BANK 1LDO.,
MINI), ...... ORKGON
U. C. COE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
OPI'ICI? OVKR 1'IKST NATIONAL BK.
Office Hours: 10 to xi a. m.; 1 to 3 and
7 to 8 p. ui.
Bknu, : Okkgon
littler. DtKssts Successfully Trcatnl
Without the Use of Drugs or Surgery, by
the Natural Methods ofllcatiDi, Chron
ic Diseases a 8ieislty. Cousuttallou Krec
UtmUff oftht Slate and National Naturopath
Office In Johnson Bide-, Bead, Oregoa
Physician and Surgeon
Deschutes Banking and Trust Co.
Wall street, Bend, Or.
F. H. MAY
GEORQE S. YOUNQ
CIVIL AND AllNlNd P.NC1INEER
WITH L. D, WXKST, C. K.
Bend Livery, Feed & Stable Co.
J. H. WENANDY, Frop.
ALL KINDS OF LIGHT AND llEAVY
Also HAY, OATS, BARLEY, WHEAT, CHOP WHEAT,
BRAN AND MIDDLINGS.
AH Orders promptly Delivered. Order by Phone No, 18.
Horses Bought and Sold. Light and heavy Horses for Sate.
List your Timber Lands
with us quick. We have cus
We can locate you on the
Choicest Homestead Lands in
Central Oregon. Satisfaction
List your Farm Lands with
us. Our list is good now but
we desire to increase it. We
have plenty of buyers coming.
We have call for all kinds
of City Property and Acre
age. Let us know what you
have in this line.
The Home Land Company
W. W. OR.CUTT. Manager.
The Dalles, Oregon
You are cordially invited to make TUB IIOTBL DALLES your
resting place while waiting over between trains on your way to and
from Portland. New, thoroughly equipped, modern hotel; steam
heat, elevator; aultes ami rooms with baths. 1'irst class cafe. Rates
ranging from 50c and $1 upward.
Ideal Stopping Place Going to and from Central Oregon.
N. K. CLARKE, Manager.
May Mug. 15
Special Low Rates for
We will conduct a Summer School a usual during the
months of June, July and August. The following Special low
rates will be iu force from May 15 to August 15:
3 months Shorthand or Commercial Course $35 00
6 months Shorthand or Commercial Course $50 00
3 months Combined Course. $30 00
6 months Combined Course. $65 00
13 mouths Combined Course... $90 00
On account of the reduction in cost of tuition, the above
prices are strictly cash iu advance. Rates by the month quoted
During the past year we have had more applications for both
young men and young lady graduates than we could supply.
Young meu especially are in constant demand. Hundreds
come here from Eastern schools and take positions which might
as well be secured by young men educated in Tacoma.
Send for catalog and full particulars. Address:
Corner olC and 9th rr
Streets. U C
1 i ChatnberotCouiiuercc
F. 0. MINOR
LIFU FIRE ACCIDENT
Notary Public and CouveyaucliiR All
Legal Paper CoirecU Orawn.
BEND LODGEJNo. 139
A. F. & A. M.
Meets on Thursday on or
before the full taoou of tack
month. Viiitis&r brotkara
J. D. DAVICSON. 8cy, U. O. OOC. M, W