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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1910)
Tholstmp Lose Case.
Thecnse of J. T. Tholstrttp vs
H, S. Fitilev was decided in favor
ot the latter Friday afternoon. The
cue nrose out of the siib-lensliiR ol
the room occupied by the moving
picture show. It was tried before
V. V. StnfTord, who rcnteil the
roomfiom II H. Davies, sub-leii'ed
to H. S. Fiuley, who remodeled the
inside and opened the moving picture
5I10W. Instead of paying the full
consideration for the lease to Thol
sirup, to whom Stafford had
assigned the contract. Finley paid
50 toO. C. Hcuklc without authoi
union. The pIuiutliT sued foi
Lara's Dull Contest.
With but three days left to
cast votes for the prize dolls of
fercd by A. M. Lara & Co., tht
contest is now very interesting to
the little girls in and about Uettd
The voting began November 10,
and will close nt 10 o'clock Satur
The 10 leaders in the contesi
follow, those living outside of Ucuo
being marked with a star:
Rutu Wornstuff 1370; Myrtli
I)iley 1 104; Josephine Young 679;
Ledta Harrymuu 420; La Norn
Morris 374; Goldie Conway 290;
Goldie Carter 340! Elmu Wooo
231 Elsie Horn 197; Untce Ncfl
( School Notes.
, On Thursday night the nighth Graile
Club will meet ami the following Cutis!
nias programme will be rendered:
Roll call Must be answered by tome
' thing that it wanted for Christmas
Sonjt, (Club. Recitation, Suiie Kelley.
hiory. Miss Dolsen. Organ anil Violin,
Marion Lawrence, Kobertlnnes. Story,
Miss Dolscn. Recitation, Prunes
Sleidl. Song, Anna Under, I rem
litye, Leon a bpriniter. atory, Marion
Lawrence. Chriituias tree.
Monday afternoon the pupil of the
fifth and sixth grades were out gathering
Kiren bought and mistletoe to decorate
Mist Young's room for Christmas.
Louise Triplett was absent last Wed
nesday and Thursday on account of a
Tbe fifth and sixth grades will have
Christmas tree in their room Friday
Our Christmas Hooks arrived to
night. All the latest copyrighted
books at the Patterson Drug Co.
Laid law New.
Laidlaw, Ore., Dec. 19 B. Y. Couch
returned from Sbaniko with a lend of
freight for G. W. Homer, and report
that the roads between there ami Laid
law are in very bad condition.
Mr. Judge Thorpe, who has been
quite sick, is much improved.
Preparations for a Christmas tree in
Laidlaw are nearing completion.
G. W. Horner and wife made a trip to
the Couch neighborhood, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Nichols were guests
at the J. R. Bcnbam ranch Sunday.
Tile Tumalo Neighborhood.
Tumalo, Dec 19. P. A. Woolley anil
family have moved from their ranch to
tbe HIghtower & Smith building for the
winter in order to be bandy to water for
domestic and stock purposes.
. Chas. L. Wimer and George Campbell
were visiting Ed White yesterday. Mr.
White I now in the horse business and
it keeps him busy looking after them.
R. II. Kdgington was in Ilend Satur
day on business.
George HigKinson has located on tbe
Will Wright puce north of Tumato.
The people of these parts will have a
Christmas tree at the Pine Hurst school
bouse Christmas Eve.
Xmas gifts at
Leave your subscriptions for
at the Library and let that
institution get the benefit.
1 prepared expressly for the needs
of horsemen and ranchmen. It U
a powerful and penetrating lini
ment, a remedy for ernercencles.
A soothing embrocation for the relief
of pain, and the best liniment for
sprains and sorcnecj. Unequalled
for healing wound and injuries
caused by BARBED WIRIJ and
for all cut and bruises. Pacific Horse
Mniment is fully Kuaranteed. No
other is so good or helpful in so many
ways. If it fails to satisfy, we author
ire all dealers to refund the purchase
price. Extra largo bottles 50 cents.
IIOYT CiiRMlCAT, Co., Portland, Ore.
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VrntlBiinttrti Mfltr -a-a--Ti
Gist, Dec. 19, T. M. Post I building
a new residence oil his place.
( 1 rover Piilllani was very iinfortunnle
while attending a dance at Tumalo. One
ot hU horses, which was worth $ loo, got
Its leg broken while tied up In the burn
and had in be killed.
t.iuu llrocU of Wasco has been visit,
ing friends here.
Teams are now busy hauling lumber
from the W. It. llurkhartl mill, which
is now In operation,
). O. McKiuney Is having 40 acre ot
saucbrush land grubbed by fctenon
tliolhers of Laidlaw.
Alex l.everetu has finished plowing
his 7yacrc field.
Homer Earthing la night-watchman
at the Murkhard sawmill.
Charley Carson of Sitters; who ha
been road supervisor ot the lllack llutte
district tor two years, has sent hi hit
resignation. He Intends to devote more
ot his time to his place. A petition l
belni! circulated for Jack llocuiaii ol
Sisters to succeed him.
Get your Holly
boxes at RoweV
Ordinance No. 48.
An ordinance to provide for licensing.
regulating ami restraining retail liquor
dealers; to prohibit the sale of liquol
without a license; to provide penalties
and punishment lor the violation ot an)
provisions of this ordinance and to re
jwiil all ordinances and parts ot ordi
uances In conflict herewith.
tie it ordained by the Common Council
ot the City ot llend:
Suction i. no person or person
shsll, within the corporate limits ot thi
city, illrectly or indirectly, in person 01
by another, sell, barter, give away, de
liver or in any manner dispose of am
wine, spirituous or malt liquors or fer
nieuted ciders, without first ohtainiug x
license therefore in the manner herein
(tcr provided, and every perron ti
whom such license .shall be granted shall
nay into the City Treasury the sum ol
One Thousand if tooo) dollars per annum,
payaoie quarterly in advance.
Suction j. Any person or person
desiring a license under the provisions
ol tlilsoruinance snail present application
therefore in writing at a meeting ol the
Common Council at least two weeks be
fore the date of granting such license
which application shall be referred b)
the Council to the Liquor License Com
mittee as provided by this ordinance,
said applications shall be in substantially
the following form, to-writ:
Notice vf Application for Saloon Licence.
To the Honorable Mayor and Com
mon Council of the City of Bend.
Gentlemen. The undersigned, (name
of sprJicsnt ) having subscribed and sworn
to tbe affidavit hereto attached, respect
fully tenders you here-wilh the receipt
of the City Treasurer for Two Hundred
Pifty dollar, and applies tor a license
from tbe City of He ml to sell wine,
spirituous and malt liquors and fer
mented ciders as a retail liquor dealer in
tne building situated on Lot ol
Block of Bend, Oregon, for the
period of one year from the da
Dated at Bend, Oregon this ol
State of Oregon )
County of Crook
I, ( iisme of applicant ) being fiM,
duly aworn, depose and say, that I am
the applicant in the foregoing applic
ation lor retail liquor license, that I am
an American cltltcn, that I have nevei
been convicted ot allowintt females 01
minor to loiter in or about a pi net
where intoxicating liquors were sold,
that I have uever sold intoxicating
liquors to a minor.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
.......... ... 1
lay of. ...19.. at
Notary 1'ublic for Oregon.
SECTION 3. Every person or person
making application for license under tht
provisions of this ordinance shall cairn
such application and affidavit to be pub
lished at least ten days before the grant
ing of the same, in some newspaper
having general circulation In the city
and shall file satisfactory proof of such
fmblicatiou before such license shall
Suction 4. It shall be the duty ol
tbe Mayor and he Is hereby empowered
and authorized to appoint a committee of
three members of the Council to be
known as the Liquor License Committee,
whose duty it shall be toenqulre and ex
amine into and investigate all applica
tions and applicants under this ordi
nance. Ami if said committee shall
deem the applicant entitled to a license
they shall endorse thereon their appro
val and return the same to the Council
for final action, within seven daya after
1 they receive the same. If the committee
(do not approve the tame they shall eu
dorse thereon tlielr rea-ons lor such (lis
approval and return the same to the
Council within the same time as if the)
bad approved the tame.
Section 5. The Council shall, at the
next meeting after the said application
shall have been returned by the said
committee, act upon the same and by
resolution either grant or refuse a
license, notwithstanding the approval or
disapproval by the Liquor License Com
mittee. If the license be granted, then
when the applicant shall have filed with
the City Recorder a surety bond in the
penal sum of Jl.ooo, and the tame shall
I nave ucen Njipiuvcii uy 111c iuayur huh
conditioned as set forth in the following
form, then the said license shall issue as
applied for and not otherwise.
Know all men bv these nresent that
(nameof llccnt BmJ (aurtly com piny) are
I held and firmly bound unto the City of
1 Ilend in the sum of loco dollars, lawful
money of the United States for the pay.
I ineut whereof, well arid truly to be made
1 the said principal blndt himself, hit
heirs, executort and adinlnistratori and
I the said Surety Co. binds itself, its sue
cetsors and assigns, jointly and severally,
firmly by these presents, signed, scaled
and delivered this,,,. day of ,19,.
The condition of the above obligation
is such that, whereas the above bounded
has made annllcation
for a license to sell wine, spirituous and
malt liquor and fermented cider a a re-'of
tall liquor dealer under the provisions
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The Bend Townsite Company
OWNERS OF THE ORIGINAL TOWNSITE AND ADDITIONS.
A Ordinance No. 48, entitled, "An ordi
lance to provide for licensing, regulat.
ing and restraining retail liquor dealers;
to prohibit the sate ot liquors without a
license; to provide penalties and punish
ment for the violations of any provisions
f this ordinance and to repeal all ordi
nances and parts of ordinance in con
flict herewith," which license Is about to
issue and will lie issued upon the appro-
vslot Ibis bond. Now, if the said,
shall keepan orderly house
anil In all thlnua comply with the pro
visions of the said Ordinance No, 48
from the date hereof until the lay of
10 then this oliliiiation to
be void otherwise to remain in full force
In the presence of
SECTION 6. The Council may at any
time revoke and cancel any llcene
cranted under the provisions of this
ordinance and in all instances wherfany
person or persons holding license under
this ordinance shall be convicted of
violating any provision hereof, the
Council shall forthwith revoke the
license of such person or persons Any
revocation of a license hereunder shall
disqualify such licensee from securing
Section 7. It shall be unlawful for
any keeper or proprietor of any bar-room
or drinking shop where liquors are kept
for tale or sold; in his or their place to
permit any breach of the peace when it
It in hit or their power to prevent the
same, or to tell or give or penult to Ik
liivcii or sold any intoxicating liquor to
any person already intoxicated, or to
any habitual drunkard or any female or
any person under the age of majority or
during the voting hours of any election
day, or at any time to permit or employ
any female to act as waitrest or bar
tender, or lo ting or dance, or In serve
in any capacity in hit or their said bar
room or drinking shop, or to conduct or
permit to be conducted in connection
with hit or their mid bar-room or drink
Irstf sIiod. any bawdy home: or to display
or permit to be displayed any lewd or
Indecent pictures; or permit hit or tlielr
said bar-room or drinking shop to tie or
remain open on the first day of the week,
commonly called Sunday; or to sell or
give away or permit to be old or given
away, any intoxicating liquors on such
Section 8. All bar-rooms or drink
ing shops licensed under the provisions
of this ordinance shsll provide open
fronts, beKinniuK not more than five feet
from the sidewalk, which fronts shall be
of clear glass uiwl the interior of such bar
room or drliikluu shop shall be devoid
all screens, iiartitlons or other ob-
ttruclibns that will in any way prevent '
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and fla QBfflDnQdd
vicinity. . rv I nnrionnn
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ALL STRJCTLY INSIDE PROPERTY.
PRICES AND TERMS ATTRACTIVE.
any one pasting on the street from
obtaining a full view of the interior of
Section q. It shall be unlawful fur
any minor or female to toiler in or about
any place where liquor are sold or to
buy or accept any intoxicating liquor
for beverage purixi.es.
Section 10. it shall be unlawful for
any person, persons, or firm engaged in
the retail liquor busines to sell or In
any manner dispose of any liquors upon
any street, within llu corporate limit of
the City of Heud, except upon Bond
National Wool Growers Conven
tion and Midwinter Sheep Show.
January 4-7, 1911
For the above occasion, round trip
tickets will bo sold from Shaniko by
THE OREGON RAILROAD &. NAVI
One and One-third Fare
Tickets on Sale January 2nd and 3rd,
1911, good for roturn until January
For further particulars, call on any O.
R. (Bb N. Agent, or write to
General Passenger A'ent
Lava Road Addition-Park Addition
street, as shown by the recorded plat
thereof, or to maintain or allow any
1 opening, entrance or exit In any Imi-
room or drinking shop iimn any tlreet
oiner inaii tue sain ikimi street. I'm
lded this restriction a to place of tale
shall not apply to a person or jtertous
carrying on a retail liquor business in
connection with a hotel having thirty
or mure sleeping room.
Section ti Any person violating
any provision ol this ordinance shall. up
011 conviction therefore, Ik- punished by
a fine not exceeding 1'ltty lolloror by
Imprisonment not exccrdMig Twenty
I)y or by both such fine and Imprison
ment. Section ii, All ordluaurri ami
iMMtol oidlnsnre In aonfllct herewith
are hereby repeated,
first reading Dec. jo, 1910.
Rules suiiended, read second time
and pasted fire, 30,1910,
Approved this oth day of Dec, 19I"
Attest. D. M. DAVIS.
It. C, Itl.l.IS, Mayor fro Teui.
OF THE WEST
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a series of articles sticrbly
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picturing 11 ml dcHcrllilut;
the attractions and resour
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