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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1911)
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The Bend Bulletin has
made arrangement with
the Portland Oregonian
for clubbing the two
papers at a great re
duction from the usual
prices. In addition to
such reduction, each
yearly subscriber will
receive free a set of the
well known Rogers sil
ver plated teaspoons,
which usually sell for
Daily Oregonian (regular price! per
Tbe Bend Dulletin (regular price) per
Both paper (through Tbe Dulletin)
Dally and Sunday Oregonian (regular
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per year $8.00
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the design of the tea
spoons, which are of
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pattern, French gray
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PLENTY OF CASH
MILL GETS AILL10NS FOR RAIL
Qrccon Trunk .May Build Prom Bcnu"
to Connect With Voern Pacific
California Next Hill lnvalon
Malheur Right High.
Accnnlini! to the Portland Ore-
noniut the Hill interests have ac
quired .some $300,000,000 of new
foreign capital for North westett'
railtoml . developemcut Then
teems to be much probability thul
the lorn; expected invasion bv Iltli
of California inbout to materialize
.tud'thal the Ortgon Trunk road
vill lc built southward from Bend,
perhaps to AUuras, whence, via
the N C & O., tl might connec
at Doyle. Nevada, with the West
em PuclGc. The Western Paeifi
runs between San Frunci-co am
Salt Lake City,
Tite'uiast recent railroad Mate
ments have emanated from W J
Hnnley. of Burns, who is consdd
ered as closely identified with the
Hill iti'erests Mr. Huuley state
that Hill received some $300.00
from the Harnman sstem lor hi-right-of-way
in the Malheur Can
yon. .Mr. Hanley sas the canyon
was absolutely necessary lor tin
Hurriman trans-state line, but that
other routes are .open for the Hill
ast-and-west road from Bend
iThc Hill line will be built at an
iarly date according to Mr. Han
ley. HAND-BALL RESULTS
Athletic Association Tournament Cre
All of the preliminary games in
the Athletic Association hand-ball
tournament have been played, and
the semi finals will be started to
night. The majority of the games
have been close, and the finals,
which will be played upon the com
pletion of the series which start to
night, will undoubtedly prove to
be a bard fought contest.
The results of the preliminaries
Staats defeated Kelley
st-Jo; 11-17; ai-ao
Hunter defeated McReynolds.
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Hotaling-won by default from Houston
Whcclock defeated Salbcr....ai-j; 3ll8
Dorrit defeated Mmter.. 31-3; 31-15
Kelly defeated Datei..3t-3o; 31-19; 3I-3Q
The wrestling mat has been put
down, and tbe Association is now
arranging for a wrestling tourna
ment with the Prineville Atulctic
Tbe Association is planning to
organize a gymnastic class trom
the members of tbe Girls' Athletic
Retents Shanlko Star Article.
The Bulletin is in receipt of a
letter irom John Kellam of Shani
ko, also well known in this vicin
ity, calling attention to tbe fact
that in a recent reference to him in
this paper, based upon an article
appearing in the Sbaniko Star, be
has been done an injustice. The
Star's story represented Mr Kel
lam as plotting to burn bis Sbani
ko property for its insurance. Mr.
(Cellam declares, in tbe strongesi
terms, that such a statement is ab
solutely false and libelous, and that
he intends to take legal action
against the Sbaniko Star.
For Sale Six ot the finest lots
in Deschutes, level, water by ditch
and with city water. Next to ne
residence. Inquire Bulletin office
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The Bend Townsite Company
OWNERS OF THE ORIGINAL TOWNSITE AND ADDITIONS.
North Addition Center Addition Lava Road Addition-Park Addition
ALL STKJCTLY INSIDE PROPERTY.
PRICES AND TERMS ATTRACTIVE.
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of the platted additions to Bend
The proposed boundaries follow
legal sub-division lines in all places,
with tbe exception of the west line,
which follows along the east bank
of the Deschutes.
The Oregon Trunk Railway was
given permission to grade Fifth
Street to correspond with the grade
of the proposed station at Green
Upon the suggestion of Mayor
Coe several committees were ap
pointed, by motion of the Council,
to take up needed reforms in the
city government. ScllerH, Alleu J
and V.UIUWCW, uic u luiiiiuiuc;' i"
draft a city charter. The Mayor
and Sellers are to act ns a com
mittee to look up water supply mat
ters for Hctid, with the idea of pro
vidir i for a permanent supply of
The mteition of police rules and
regulations will be handled by
Kelly, Aune and Oneil. This com
mittee will aluo report at the next
meeting on a suitable place to hold
Council meetings. The Council
udjourucd to Tuesday, January 34.
Ordinance No. 4V.
An ordinance ameiidlnu ordinance No,
j8. entitled "Ail ordinance to prot Me for
'llceiuiiiK, regulating ami retraining re
tall liquor dealer; tu prohibit the nile ol
lliuor without a Itccnae; to provide pen
altleaand piiuUliineiit for the violation
at anv uroviiiona of tin ordinance and
to repeal all ordinances and tmrls of or
I'dliiancci in conflict herewith. "
lie it Ordained by the Common Council
of the City of lien. I:
Sue t That tecuon (even of nid
ordinance Ko. 4H he and the imic i
hereby ameiidtd by ndding thereto the
following words: ''or to permit the iim
of mutlcal instrument of any detcrip
lion therein, or iiermil any alnglng or
other loud and liol.tcroiu noltei in hi.
or their aaid barroom; or to conduct or
permit to be conducted any lunch count
er, n-itaurant, eating room or free lunch
counter In connection with hla or their
.aid b.rroom, or permit any audi lunch
counter, retuuraiit, eating 100m or five
lunch-counter to be connected by uiij
door, window, or any eutruhce whatever
with aaid barroom."
Skc 7, That iectlon five of old or
dinance No, 48 be and the mine I hereby
amended by intertlng after the v.otd.
"Now If the laid ahull keep uu
orderly house and in all thing comply
with the provisions of said ordiuunce
No. 48" tlie following words "und all
other legal city ordiuunce now 111
Site. 3. That section eleven of said
ordinance No. 48 be and the same In
hereby amended to read a follows;
"Any person violating any provision ol
this ordinance K1I, upon conviction
theiefor, le ptiulthod by fine of not
! than ten dollars nor mote than filtv
dollars, or bv Imprisonment not excrtd
Ing twenty days, or by boih such fine
Head first time January 14, 1911.
Rules sutpeniled, read tecum! time and
pjsced January 14, 'loll.
Approved: U C. COK, Mayor,
Attest; II. C. IU.I.IS. Kceordcr.
Ordinance No. SO.
An ordinance amending ordinance
No. 48, entitled "An ordinance to pro
vide for IIccihIiil', regulating nud re
training retail liquor dealers; to pro.
hlliit the sale of liquor without a license;
to pruvulr eiillie and puiilshmeiit for
the violation of any provMum of tills
oriliiiauce and to reieul all ordinances
ami parts of ordinance In conflict here
with." lie It Ordained by the Common Couuoil
of the City of fiend:
Sue 1. That section one of said or
dinance No 48 be and the same U hereby
amended to read n follows: "No per
son or crsoiis shall, within the corpo
I am now
in mysoft drink establish
ment, at the corner of
Bond and Oregon Streets.
If you want something
good to eat try my place.
J. R. WILLIAMS
rate limits ot tin city, iiirtctlr or
rectly, In person or by auotber, sell,
barter, gltc away, deliver or In any
manner dispose of any wine, spirituous
or malt liquors or fermented ciders,
without first obtaining a license thrrtfor
In the manner hereinafter provided, and
every person to whom such license shU
be granted shall pay Into the city treas
ury the sum of eight hundred dollar
(fSoo)jxr annum, payable semi-annually
in advance, prior to dale Int same
is due, and In case of failure to par tald
llcen-r, as herein specified, the license
of said applicant shall I revoked. , All
llreusea granted under the provisions of
thl ordinance shall expire December Jt
of each year."
.Sl'.C. 1, That said ordinance No. 48
he and the same Is hereby amended by
adding thereto a section which shall read
as follows; "Not more than twelve
llcciics shall lie granted under this ordin
ance." Head first time January 14, 191 1.
Rules sumlcd, read second time and
(Mi.icd January 14, 1911.
Approved: U. C. COIt, Mayor,
Attest: II, C. KI.MS, Recorder.
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