Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1910)
NEW COMMERCIAL CLUB
Djdavrt Adopted, Permanent Officer
Chosen and Step gpktn to Oct
SulUblo Quarters Nu
Bend bas a full fledged new com
mcrclat club, organized last Friday
nifiht with tbe following official
President Vernon A. Forbes.
Vice President R. M. Smith.
Secretary S. J. Spencer.
Treasurer S. C. Cnldwcll.
Directors C. L. Hotnliug, V.
D. Sellers and M. S. Lattin.
Regular meetings of the club are
set for the first Thursday in each
month. Following is the list ol
K. M Lowis
C L. UoUltng
A. A. Burn
S. J. Spencer
Jean D. Hoss
T. H. Foley
G. B. Sherritt
J L. Byrne
H. J. Egglciton
J. W. TKRrt
H. H. Davie
A. L. French
at. & Lattin
K. C Throne
O. H. KiDkle
P II. Dencer
S. C. Caldwell
JL J. Orerturf
W. W. Orcutt "
F. C Rowlee
W. R. Wilkinson
R. M. Smith
V. A. Forbes
J. M. Lawrence
George S. Young
II. B. Tutpln
II. L. Whiuett
R. M. Lara
J. A. Hastes
D. V. Mackintosh
C. A. Stanburrouuh
V B. Seller
I. D. Peterson
M. J. Kelley
j. r. nancy
(Since the meeting the following; addi
tional name have been added to tbe
P. C. Fish
F. O. Minor
J. K. Goodfellosr
J. N. Hnnter
L C. Finley
H. C Finley
J. F. Arnold
J. R. Williams
W. W. Faulkner
A. C Lucas
C II. Arnold
A. M. Drake
G. W. Gertson
II. R. Allen
T. W. Triplett
W. H. Slants
C C Triplett
M. G. Coe
T. a Wall
BKHP W' 'KFSKk''i' at, .
aHanaBHaawStSfB naafV MBHBBrJISSa ,bbW ' Saaananal
aHavSPrl aalDcSaHaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaW "'Hi
HIK'' rT nHHaaaaaaraHak ''"Sm '
Heai' ' BaaMaHaH.aflaaBflB 1$ml
C J. REED, CANDIDATE FOR REPUBLICAN NONINATION FOR REPRE
SENTATIVE IN COKORESS.
I am a Roosevelt Insurgent Republican and favor bis "New Na
tionalism," which means an increase of government powers.
I most beartily approve of tbe Insurgent figbt against Aldricb
Payne and Cannonism.
I favor revision of tbe tariff, on tbe basis of Information furnisbed
by an expert tariff commission.
i tavor government supervision of
puDitc service corporations, but of all corporations doing interstate bus
iness. I favor extension of tbe work of tbe Department of Agriculture, of
tbe national and state governments and of tbe agricultural colleges and
experiment stations, so as to take in all phases of life on tbe farm.
I favor regulation of tbe terms and conditions of labor by
means of comprehensive, workmen's compensation acts, state and na
tional laws to regulate child labor and tbe work of women, enforcement
of better sanitary conditions for workers and extension of tbe use of
safety appliances in industry and commerce, both within and between
I favor tbe direct election of United States senators and the direct
primary associated with the corrupt practices act.
I Will VOte for a bill tO nrevent flip irnvurnmenl frnrn calling ....
more of Us existing water sites, tbe same to be leased.
C. A. Clmpmrvn
IK W. Sufford
A, M. Urn
I.. I). Wlet
J. A. Holme
Thirty paid-up members at
tended the meeting to perfect or
ganization. The committee pre
viously appointed reported bylaws
(Making the name of the organ
ization the Betid Commercial Club;
fixing initiation fee at 52.50 nnd
monthly dues Jt; putting gen
eral control in Uie hands ol a Board
of Directors consisting of the four
executive officer and three other
Directors, subject to tbe Club;
making the regular meeting of the
Board of Directors on the firnt
Wednesday and of the Club on the
first Thursday of each month and
vhe annual meeting in January; re
quiring a bond of $500 from the
Secretary and of $ toco from the
Treasurer; providing for a standing
committee on manufacturing, one
on grievances and one on auditing
The bylaws were adopted with
out discussion as read and the elec
tion of permanent officers was taken
R. M. Smith, J. L. Byrne and V
A. Forbes were nominated for Pres
ident. None received u majority
on the first ballot and on the sec
ond Forbes received 18 of the 30
votes cast and was declared elected.
Thereafter the club agreed that a
plurulity should elect. Smith was
chosen Vice President by acclama
tion. C. L. Hotaling, J. A. Bastes and
S J Spencer were nominated for
Secretary and 13 vole for the last
named were sufficient to elect him.
After his election he protested
4gaitist serving, but since he had
permitted himself to be voted for it
was deemed too late for him to
withdraw after being thus elected.
S. C. Caldwell by acclamation
was made Treasurer.
C. h. Hotaling, W. B. Sellers, M.
S. Lnttin and J. A. Hastes were
nominated for Directors and the
first three named were elected.
Chairman Lattin, of the com
mittee on hall, reported that the
lower floor of the Chapman building
could be had for S65 a month, the
npper floor of the Caldwell build
ing at $50, the library room in tbe
Johnson building and an addition
to be erected alongide $50, and
the capitalization, not only of
quarters up stairs in the Llnster
building at 45. There were de
tails, as hettt and light and parti
tions, to be considered and the
whole matter was referred to the
Directors with power to close lease
for the quarters deemed best.
The meeting adjourned until the
first Thursday in October.
The Directors yesterday closed a
lease with J. P. Johnson for the
room now occupied by the Bend
Library, which will move into its
new quarters about Oct. t. The
rental to be paid by the club is $ 30
I'or Attorney General.
I beg to anuounce my candidacy
lor tbe office of Attorney General,
subject to the decision of the Re
publican primary election. If
nominated and elected I will
give the state an efficient and
economical administration, and
will serve the whole people of the
state, but tiot any spcclul or private
Judge Smith, of the 3th Judicial
District, authorizes me to quote him
as follow: "Senator Han is one
of the ablest lawyers in Oregon."
Being the only cundidutc for
state office from the extreme lust
em part of the state, I would appre
ciate a large vote from this county
My opponent has already held the
office two terms. J. N. Haht.
Nolle U hfrtbT slttn Ihll Otrpon Trunk Hall.
way hn tiled with Hi rtvonlrr of the dly f
wM - imu. iwi wi, nine regular rncti
to brtiMt I o'clock, p. m., oa the nth day of
itiuuvi rytv, iirKni ii )lltlou aa.1 Apply lor
lhe vacation of the pvtltana ol the flh.
named slrm and alley that II txtwren iith
and jth tretta In thecily urncnd,l-lti
Jumper Avenue, Iroawoud Art nut. Hawthorn
Avenue, and fir Avenue, ud the alley In block
s. Jo.JI.J'. and Jj.
OKHGON TRUNK RAILWAY.
By Carbv A Ktaa, II Attorney.
Dated August loth, lata. 4.y
UJ The Dalle 7J-Ut Ne. ejui.
NOTICE FOR PUBLiaVTION.
United State Land Office,
The Dalles, Orejton, Autnit ), 1910,
Notice I hereby ftven that
The Northern lactAe Kattwiv Pmiuv.
whoaepwtoaiceaddreM USt. Iaul. Mlnneaota,
hat thlt rj day ol Auutt. Ii, nted In thli office
lUapplkatlan to select under the ptovUlensof
the Act of Centre approved July t, irfja
mat. J. ). a extended by Act of CootrvM
approved May 1;, iyi. Orelnnlnc at the qur-
irrpowol tnevrrt we ol Hectlun w, Twp. n
noutn. Kanee 11 Hatt. w M runnlaf theoec
et so chains to pt No, 1. thence mmii& so
chains to put No, s, thence weal sochalns to pol
No. ; thence aouth so chain to puat No 4.
tbenc eat so chalna to Mil No, J. thence
north so chalne 10 pit No s; thence, eait so
chalna to pott No. 6, thene north soclUlnalo
the place ol bvilonlnii whkh trans wbenaur
veyrd will bedeacttCed a. NKV SlV,ltW
Sl!V. Sec. J.Twp. so Buulh, Xante II iiaat, W.
Any and alt pcraons cUllnlne adreraety the
Land dctcribed, or desiring lo object becaute of
the mineral character uf the land, or for an r
other reason, to the dUpoul to applicant, thould
Ale their affidavit! of prole! In this orhec, on or
before the ji day of October, law
-Ji C- W . MOOKIt, Krgtrier.
WATCH OUR WINDOWS
THEY SAVE YOU
THE BEND BULLETIN
MODERN TYPE, MODERN
Call at office or phone us.
Phono No. 56
Wall Street, near Ohio.
It ts now
UP TO YOU
The popular COLONIST PAIRS
will kIii Imj ill elTect lx;trril
Septemlicr 15th and Oetnlier
15th, ilurliiR which txrlml tick
ets to SllANIKO will be oil sale
CHICAGO nt . .$33.00
ST. LOUIS . . . 32.00
OMAHA . . . 25.00
KANSAS CITY . 25.00
ST. PAUL . . . 25.00
and from other cities corrcv
tiomHtiKty low. These are West
bound, one-way (airs otilv, but
anyone here ran PRUI'AY (or
relatives or friend In die Itmt.
It desired. Consult your local
to let the world know of our
vast resources and splendid op
portunities for ItOMIl UUIt.D
INO. Write to everyone yoti
know In the Hast. Send llictn
good Instructive printed matter,
and tell I hem that Hie cost uf
Kcltlng heie Is but little more
than half the? u.ual cost, and to
call oil a repriseiitative of the
O. R. & N. CO.
for all desired
OCNCRAL f'ASSUMlUK AUUNT
Lap Robe Dusters,
20 per cent, Discount
Just Received A fine now line of HARNESS and
MICHIGAN BUGGIES. Come in and get tho price.
H. J. EGGLESTON
Ornamental and Interior Mill Work,
Store Fronts and Fixtures,
Sideboards, Cabinets and Furniture,
Door and Window Framing, etc.
Architects and Builders.
WIU, BE CARRIED IN STOCK BY US HEREAFTER.
NOTION FOR .'UlUilOAT ION.
Driistlineiil r Hie Interior,
U. M. I.Vrni twice at Tli IMU., Otrimi,
Auguil J, lain.
Nollce Isheteby given tlial
wlio ixuliilnr kililicts Is (tend, CiimiU dimly,
Oicxoti.ilM.imllie lullnlay orMjiilier. iwJ Hie
In till uttUT 8woru 8llemnt HI AillelMi
Nu o.MlM'iiiUlilliHWUrllU Hte J. Ti
run, K it l(t WllUmtUc Uleil.iUn. and llir
HmUr thrirmi. iimler Hi iiolloiit)l the act
orjunel, 17. ami arts amtnilaltity. alionll
the "TlniNr and Hume Ijiw,' at aueh value
tnlilillieflirdliritalriiiriit. slid lli.t, Pr
.iianllniiicli rt'lillcvllnn. Hie land audjlmhci
Iherrtm have been e.llmated and valiif I If l;
tillcant, the timber e.lliualMl Iio.i.m IiI l
at l ui r M ami the land mUhlni that ld
aillont wllloUrr nl priHil In ni.wtl rhr
milieu I mil and .wiviii tatiiienl on Hie solli ily
oliKiuir. igi. liefm u c iritis, u h, unit
liilMlouet.at M.ulbreat lumt Oirjuii
Any Moii I at lllivliy in ptoleal till ir
cliatebrhxeeiiltritKliilllalea runle.t a) any
time beOii i.ateul l,ur, by IIIIuk entlolaital
Klam.UMl linhnuince, llrln lart which
sijt C W MOOKII, Hrallr
VIITICK 01' RIWTOHATIOM 01'
i Lands to ftctilemcnt and Unity
ment or !" Inttilur, t
Wathlngton, I) C . July
llW blVMIl 11,-1 III llUllllf 11
tlreeril Laud OltWe
ji, Nirtlte is nete
ndfllu tbe folliiwhia
ittacrlliedatfHMwhklt were escludfd fimil the
l)evhiilrs National I'ulf.t. Diesuil. by ilucism
alluii ol th llrikieiil ilalrd May H. Ivl. Il UM
bthrrwiwlihdiwn,tlveil. r Mtoiellrd
will by authority or the (trcKtaty m me iniritni
lie tetluird to the trnWlv ibimsin uu (Kttr II,
ioiii .ml li.i-.Hir uUh! Iii arltlenicul uu ab.1
will liv aulhotltv or the (trcielatyoi me miripti
aherthldale. but nut tuciitty. nllus ' !
I km until uu and after Nurt uitier II, ll, at the
rnltcd blalra Land time at Lakrtlew. lrM
til T II H , H IJ IL. Hv. I, S I. II ami II. Hi T
u U - 1 kap a . mi.I ah,l IV W ut
He k, WilUmelle MnWUu Waiiilui Is htiebv
esplruty ilven that no ki.h will lw pe rmlllni
to gain ur aerei.e any iMht whatriri UHder
any eitleiuetit w BccupatbHi tiegun after Xlay
trivia, and pilot to tKtuber il. luiu, ami an
uh idtlemetit or wiuiMthiii I heisby rill
dm ItlllN XCI'IIAl'l.. Acting AMhlaMI Cow
mlHloner vfthe lleii'ial Mwl ltlne Ap4
Julys. ISI I'KANK I'ltlKCIt, lli.t AxKlaut
tcmry ofih.lulMior. sjrjs
NOTICK FOU l'UHMCATlON.
Depaltment ol Hie Inlrtlor,
V. 0. Land OAre at The Italic, Ore ,
netenber J, ll
Notice I hereby given Ihsl-
Jame It. lUwhlll,
of Deoil. Oreeon, who, nn A lull itlh rN. made
xa, u.jv'. I iri j ami I anu -H ,
II II. W
and ueU nwU hec
XV. M . bs 6led nollce ol latenlion to
ttisi niHiai mi a-i wi .
lour, Im r.l.Wl.h
claim lo the land abuve dcMtlbcd, Ule II
V K. I'mnmlMHinf r, at til. office al
Olf un. on the sjlh oy ot ilbr. lyu I
Ctaimaal nantraa wltli
C. II. Alien, W. I- VandcreM ). tl. Ileibuin,
Lulhtt Mltke, all of Ilend Ufegon.
rjjl C. St. MlONII. Kgtlr
NOTICE FOR I'UllliICATION.
cpaitm-t b( the Intrrfnr
V . Uttd (Knee al The tUe.. the ,
Augwt 5, IMS,
Nolle Is hereby given Ih.l
arUkUsw, Oregon, who, on May ss, luM. made
llsme.td. No I1M (tl No 04't") M
"V W A I J. et H " 14 neU ""J
rw-t stand nwU nwU r-K H. T 14 , K II hi
W M has Aled rHrtler of IntenlaMi tw mak
AhI Arc-year I'lowf, lo m.Wt.h cialm to the
Und alwre drbd, trae II C Mil. I'
CornmlmSaflrr. at hi uinee, at llerxl, Oirgoa,on
Claimant name a wltneMe
fled Wallace, laeoti Thotw. l'rank Murk
Harry tiailey. all of Ukll.w (Mrgoti
M ft . W. MIMJKK. HtglMer
Rooms for Rent,
Picnic Supplier, Cluiira
J. F, Taggari & Co.
Vall Pajieir at
N. P. WEIDER
Cheapest and llet Wnll Tew Kaiii
pie in the ceiiiiity. Oet
Ilox 39. Ilend, Otej;oii,
CIIAHMtH OOKTJItN, I'KOI.
XVII HANOI i: I.VI'.RVTHlNO
l.ec yi'iir order with Nick Smltb
wan ni . iwii'i
Direct HxjiroM Hcrvkc tatwceti
ijlmnlko and Komi.
Two KIrh Each way every week
Bend office ot Auno's Barn
Phone orders to Redmond at
ON ALL KINDS Ol'
I have iiolhiitK biitthc fluent
of dry block wood. All it
costs you, in ifi.luch length,
ii M 50 n cord in your yard.
Dry I.lmb Wood fi.oo n, cord.
when you want wood.
Harness nnil Saddlery
Trunks and Valises
i s'-ci'Ar niv