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THE BEND BULLETIN
(InrarUblr In ailranct.)
WEDNESDAY, DEC. ai, 1910
In another column Of this issue
is printed a letter to The Bend
Bulletin from Dr. J R. (tooth, 01
Seattle, a property ownci in Bend,
aqd an ardent enthusiast over the
Bend country. His suggestion in
regard to a celebration when tin
first train arrives in Bend, is well
worth considering, and is one that
should be taken up immediately.
On September 16 the new Com
mercial Club wasformully launched,
thirty paid-up members being pre.s
cut at the meeting to asUt in ttat
organization of the Club. Three
months have elapsed, and the Club,
though paying rent for quurters fot
the past two mouths, has not as ytt
installed exhibits, or accomplished
anything toward getting out a
booklet of Bend's resources nml
prospects. Whut nils the Commer
cial Club? There are many peopk
in Bend who would like to know.
Dr. Booth, though living at a
distance from Bend, has here made
a suggestion that, if carried out b
the Commercial Club, the propel
organizttion to arrange for such an
event, will be the means of attract
ing a large number of settler;, and
investors to bend. In all probu
bility the Oregon Trunk Railway
would give a cheap excursion rate
to Bend, if approached, and would
also advertise the excursion moic
extensively than any local adver
tising could be circulated.
True, a large number of people
will not wait for the railroad to run
schedule passenger trains to Bend,
but there is a large number who
would prefer to wait until the line
was being operated through to
It is high time for someone to
see that arrangements are made for
u celebration when the trains are
put on to Bend, even though the
exact date is stilt a matter for argument.
in the building up of the town, run!
the growth will be normal not of
in another column, It is the duty
of every voter to thoroughly under'
the mushroom kind that is so fu-stand the rules and regulations ol
miliar to uityouc who hus watched
the progress of new towns,
PLACU l:OR COUNCIL MliUTINUS.
Anyone who has ever attended u
Council meeting will not dispute
the met t lint it is necessary to secure
a larger room in which to hold the
meetings It has been the custom
for some time to hold the meetings
in the oilice of il. C. K lis, who has
kindly allowed the Council to ue
the room without cost.
It has been suggested by many
that an arrangement be tn.iilo
.vhereby the Commercial Club
room, formerly occupied by the
Library, be used ks a meeting
place. This room, by the addition
if a large table, would till the needs
if the Council, and incidentally
.vould afford room lor chairs for all
.vho desire to attend Council meetings.
Some means should be procured
vhereby it will be impossible for
misiders to communicate with, or
jass articles to, prisoners confined
in the city jail. Yesterday an Aus
trian was lined S15, the maximum
nne, upon being convicted of pass
ing liquor to an inmate of the jail.
u 1 tie city cannot aitoru to uuuu a
better jail, it should at least build a
stockade of some sort about the
The ordinance passed by the
Common Council last night to regu
late the liquor traffic is published
this ordinance, so that l.e will be
in n position to be a committee of
one to see that nil licensees live up
to the terms of their agreements
with the oil v.
Two tips given to the eople of
Oregon by James J. Hill recently
are "Show what you have" and
"don't rob the people." Many in
vestors who travel into new coun
tries would like to see the people
accept these tips.
lllll of Taro
Cream ol Oyster
Stuffed Young Turkey and Cran
Leg of Lamb With.Jelly
l'ritne Ribs of Beef, Brown Gravy
Ox Tongue and Horseradish
Chicken Liver Patties
Pineapple Fritters. Cream Sauce
Chicken Celery Salad
Hot Asparugus and Drawn Butter
English Plum Pudiliug, Hard and
Brandy Since, Hot Mince Pie
Tea Coffee Chocolate Cocoi
Fok S.M.K Six ol the finest los
in Deschutes, level, water by ditch 1
and with city water. Next to new
residence. Inquire Bulletin office
AT Tllli HOTELS.
Pilot Unite Inn.
Dan llelslng, SlMrrnj 0. J. Kelly, Sc
uttle; I.. V. I)ul, Scuttle; t It. Mycia,
SliMilko; I', j, Wllkey, Slunlko; It, I.,
CliltlciuU-ii, Scuttle; M. I, Willi. Spokane-;
It. I.. Jotilmi, t'rluevlllr; A. J.
KiUpii, MIiiiic.i)hiU; II, II, Jnluiooi ,
Kvilmoml; (li-ntu Mornuli, Kiilliioiiu;
11. C. Cntiunik, I'oit Hook.
N. I.. Mel'ce, It. A. Cii.t, I). I.. Mlllrl
and W. It. Miller, o( Kedtmmd; V 1'
Cliiiiumu nml V. R. I'ruuicll, Sllcr.
It. N. Mwciliimdil, I,yli WhvIi ; liiHilnt.
Ilixtil hiiiI llt'iiry rminii, Mniliui, II I
lliowli, Itiicm ; Ininen t.lttoti, WnIUci
Ida ; Stan llutilnp. C.tnncvillc. litu
llerliaiu WnnUsill, Silver l.nWt ; I' ,1
Wllkey nml C It. Mycr, Miaiuko. J
II. Ilugllt mul Mile, I'miioni.
Leave your sulisoriplions for
at the Library ami lot that
institution jet the boiiolit.
THE TOWN THAT1
VIII. The Up .0 Dale Jeweler
n. mi. .eii.tlii "k.lrh iii.I rt.rrli.ll.jn n.
"..iiifll?J.mil.1.i.ll.l. HANODOOIl ;ii " '
..i...i. ikii llimuati Muiili A lo.IM.le.
If. Ml iwtUe, II houl h.f , In ll
IYIUNN & Co 00""d-"' Now York
Just try The lliillelln Job Prlntcry.
Thv IIiiIIimIii f 1.50 11 year.
All kinds of Furniture
and Cabinet Work.
See us before you build
j A IIVIKA AKT l'KOCTOU
V M McllRIUHM
Although many of us may differ
with Woodrow Wilson, the Governor-elect
of New Jersey, in our
political beliefs, yet there are but
few who will dispute the fact that
his ideas arc worthy of serious con
sideration. In his address before
the recent convocation of the House
of Governors he stated his beliefs
in regard to the legislative duties
and responsibilities of a Governor.
The accepted idea that a Gov
ernor should, exist as a mere figuie
bead is disputed by him. Hi
maintains that the state executive
has the right of initiating legisla
tion, where the members of the
Legislature do not see fit to do so,
and that it is his duty to see to it
that some member does introduce
such bills as should be enacted.
In other words, a Governor should
be the guardian of legislation.
With such an able und scholarly
man in the gubernatorial chair of
New Jersey, we may expect to hear
of some warm discussions after
Woodrow Wilson takes the oath of
FOR XMAS. GIVE
Yourself a Fire Insurance Policy
M. S. LATTIN CO.
(The largest Insurance Agency in Crook County.)
The Royal, established in 1845, with ttxscts - $91,301,112
Law, Union & Crown, estab. in 1806, assets - 45,497,540
Phoenix, established in 1854, assets . . - . 9,941,434
Springfield P. & M., established in 1849, asets 9,761,460
Norwich Union, established in 1797, assets (U. S.) 8,176,529
Jst. Paul F. & M., established in 1865, assets - -Am.
Central, established in 185 , assets - - .
Hanover, established in 1&59. a -sets
Hamburg-Bremen of Germany, stab 1854, assets
Union Assurance Soc., estab in 1714. (U S.) assets
Equitable P. & M., established in 1859, assets
Michigan F. & M,, established in 1881, assets
Total strength of our companies
jJW Don't Buy a
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While in Oregon recently, James
J. Hill made two remarks that
might well be considered by the
commercial clubs of the state, in
regard to the literature that they
circulate. The first was, "Don't
devote all your advertising space to,
boosting your town as the future
metropolis of the state" and the
second was "Advertise the resources
of the adjacent territory, and get it
settled up, and your town will be
sure to enjoy the normal growth
that it should."
It seems to be toe accepted idea
in all new western commuuijiesthat
-tbe-towrrcarrbe-boosted audi devel
oped without regard to the agri
cultural country adjacent.5 If a
commercial club succeeds in getting
settlers on all the available farming
laud about the town, end does all
that it can to induce intensive culti
vation, it will undoubtedly result
THIS li th. Jeweler who nifdid
Soma boot! and ho. and
What ha wai told by tha ahoa man'a ad
A.l ,.i. nr4 tiAiinttt tha h.t ha had
And paid with lha hardwara marehanl. j
Which eama from tha furnltura dtaltr't
Whara It want whan the clothing daal
From tha dry good man, which th
Frem tha groear who had aalllamant
With tha monay tha honait workman
P. S. Tht heal dtaltrwht't up 1$ muff
If'ill alwayi advtrtiti bit stuff.
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ThcuM miilrtl.nl h.vlng. In a nreprr am
l.rll. Bint H j. lyio. Ml fuelh (rl. whlcli
.how thai after Uurilltlftnc pronl Kirltrul
thi. notice ran not tie nulr. It I. hereby otilere.
anil illrecte.1 Ih.t turn uollce lx (Uen due awl
Kecoid aildrcof enlryman-Arlela. Ore.
AkrilUKW OHTUN, Keal.ler
41-4$ I'KKIM CKONKMILUItK, Hecelrer
Manufacturci's of Harness
Repairing of All Kinds
A Big Stock of SADDLES, BLAN
Sale of Buggies
$115 Michigan Buggies
$100 Michigan Buggies
Genuine Mandt Wagons
H. J. EGGLESTON
THE BEND BULLETIN
TTe E. F. Pitman Real Estate Co.
IN THE WALKER BASIN
Farm and Stock Ranches for solo.
We handle La Pine Townsite Lots.
Tell Us Your Wants.
La Pine, Oregon.
MODERN TYPO, MODERN
Call at office or phone us,
I'liono No. 96
Wall Street, near Ohio.
Sensible Christmas Present.
WIS 1 1 AVIS TI113A1
Gillette---Keen Kutter Leslie
Barber's Pet Razors
Keen Kutter and I. X. L.
Keen Kutter Scissors
1847 Rogers Bros. Silverware
Full Line of
Guns and Rifles
Crockery, China ware, Lamps
Klipper Klub Ice Skates
Bend Hardware Co. I i
. nnalntaa Mrectorr of earh Cllr.
Town and Vlllaaa la Oregon am
Washington, (Ivlav o Jleacrlpllea
rlkelrh of eurli lar, Iuriitlim,
hljluplnr J'urlllll'a anil a (lu..
flrtl lllrerlory of cucti llu.lut.a
U. U VOIK CO., Ino.
Adjoins Bend on the south.
Most beautiful residential sec
tion in Bend.
Timber Lands bought and Sold.
HUNTER & STAATS
WAIJ, STKKKT, IJIJND,