The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, October 04, 1911, Image 2

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Good Investments
IF
IT WILL PAY YOU TO LOOK AT THESE PROPERTIES
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DEBATING BEGUN
STUDENTS
BY
High School Classes Elect Officers for
the Year Boys Practicing Hard lo
Qet In Shape for Football Games
Singing Is Being Taught..
On Friday, September 22, the
first of a eerios of debates was hold
in the High School. The question
debated was: "Resolved, That for
Bend to remain the railroad termi
nus for one year would be most ad
vantageous to the town." The de
cision of the three judges, Robort
Innes, Ivan McGillvray and Claude
Vandevert, was in favor of the
. affirmative. Those on the affirm
ative side wore Margarot Wiost and
Lawrence Smith, while on the nega
tive were Emily Schroder and Fred
Lucas.
A second debate was hold last
Friday afternoon. The question
was: "Rosolved, that women should
have the ballot." . Those debating
were: Affirmative, Harry Spin
ing and Clyde McGillvray; negative,
Hellena Bozoll and Claude Kelly.
The decision was in favor of the
negative. Tho debate was procodod
by a violin solo by Robert Innos.
Singing has been instituted in tho
High School in the time reserved
for morning exorcise, Miss Borden
acting as organist.
The Senior Class has had iU first
business meeting at which claw
officers wore oloctod. Those chosen
are: President, Emily Schroder;
secretary and treasurer, Margaret
Wiost.
Great interest has been created
among the B. H. S. boys in athletics.
They have organized a football
team and practice almost every
evening. They also have contests
at recess, especially in racing and
bill throwing.
The Junior and Freshman classes
CO
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$3000.00
Lot 5, Block 13, Bend Addition $3000. Erect a
$3000 building on this property and you can get
20 per cent on your investment.
$450.00
Lot 5, Block 3, North Addition.
$450.00
Lots 9 and 10, Block 23,
two lots give a combined
of 100 feet.
Wo will deliver green wood, dur
ing the Autumnmo n t h s, at
$2.00 per load. A good chance
to get your winter's wood cheap.
OUR SIDING SAW
and we now have for sale 4 and
TiTe BEND
have organized for the year. The
officers of the former are: Presi
dent. Claude Vandevert; ecretary,
Ivan McGillvray. Tho? of the
latter are: President, Ruth Cald
well; vice protidont, Clarence Stither;
secretary and treasurer, Hugh
, Thompson. ,
The room in the attic of the
schoolhouee is now finished Mid Has '
been in ue as a recitation room for
two weeks. j
MAYOR. THREATENED
Unknown I'ertan Demand $500 ol
Dr. Coe, Writing Him Two Letters
Two letters threatening doath if
$500 was not placed in a designated
spot have boon received by Mayor
i U. C. Coe recently. The first one
I roached him sovoral weeks ago and
the other lost weok. Both were
writton in a legible handwriting but
bore no signature.
The 8M)t designated for the money
to be placed was at the water faucet
in Deschutes Addition, and a tin can
was specified in which the "dough"
1 should be put.
Dr. Coe has not taken the threats
seriously and hart not gone to the
i trouble of placing jtuch a Mil try sum
at the place nnmed. He was still
alive Sunday morning, leaving with
the party to Burns.
DOCTORS MEET HER.E
County Ankoclatlon In Scsslun Salur
day Dr. Coe Chosen 1'rtinldcnt
The Crrwk County Medical Assoc!
ation met in Bond Saturday, all the i
licensed dfjetors in 'the county ex-1
cept three attending. The nsftocl-1
ation had ai it guests Dr. Culvin S.
White, state health officer; Drs.
Andrew C. Smith and E. A. Pierce
of the stute health board, and Dr.
W. T. Williamson of Portland.
Officers of tho association were
elected as follows: Prosidont, U.
C. Coe, Bond; vice prosidont, J. II.
Rosenberg, Prineville; secretary, B.
Ferrell, Bend.
Tho visitors were guests Satur
day evening at a dinner given at the
Hotel Bend.
Center Addition. Theso
frontage on Koa Avenue
55
WOOD
IS INSTALLED
6-inch
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Jtefkarttaeiit of the Iiile rof .
I' h. !,h1 oce al The I Mr., Oregon.
fcepleaiher ji.l, iii
Nutter t hereby (teen that Jaate a,
at-maee of er II VeKlaaer. ho "
aigae ul ttnbert H McKlaLey. uf Heutt ftM,
who, on Match iith. iv". "eeflt land, atrtr
No 4k f"f eW U elalWh !" attlf H.
aecttuii ij. lottaahlp ti tnuth. fauge taeaal. Will
uriu Meridian, hat lilrtl Hotter of inunttoa lo
Mai t aaal dVacrt laarl proof, to HiUuk rlalaj
10 the Un4ahuvilncriWfi la-rotr II c Kiln.
I', h. Coniaiitimiier, at h't uffcce al Mewl.
go, on the ;h day ofXore utvr. iii
Claimant name a. itar. Aithtir M Ctit
at) and Joha McKianey ol C1M. m(ihi. luha
K. Kd.arUt of ITiaevilte oteRoa. ad Jeaa u
MfKinwy. of;M. DiniM
tri t W MH)KK tUtflaUI.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
ItalltaiHt olthr iHlfllof,
I' H UihI OltKt l The latllet. Oreitvu
Aatftwt Mki '
Nntwe la hefrtty given that I'tetl A aoaMa4
of Head. tnttmt wha. am i"p4etnter lath, w.
made llowtMiM I'.aliy No ijjij. twt No.
ayey (or ' hK and r'i . aeeiton h
townthli 19 aoulh, rauie n raM Willamette
Meitdian, hat filed hoii.t of inlealran lomakr
riaal live rar lrouf to ettablith tlaim lo the
laud ahuwr dtttre. Ufucr II C Kill t h
Couimrttiuntr, at hi. ortice at Head, iir(un, oa
Ihr ith ilay rKlolr. iu
Ct.liKaiil iianir. ao.illit.M-t ii.itri H Alln.
iMrt.t Hill. John Alklnxm. William I' lanilr
cil and IMll (.Mklutll all r.f Hrml Ofc'iu
thy, t W HiKI' Krkl.trr
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EXTENSION
to OPAL CITY
of the Deschutes Branch Oregon-Washington Railroad & Naviga
tion Company
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 24TH
Passenger and freight traffic on tho above date to Mutoliun, Culver
Junction, Keover nnd Opal City.
The direct, quick and shortest route between Portland and all
Central Oregon point.
Train Schedule:
Leave Portland 7:0 n.m.
" 10:00 a.m.
" Tho Dalles. ., 12:10 p.m.
" DoschutosJct. 1:!I0 p.m.
Arrive Madras B:4B p.m.
" Metolius ... B:00 p.m.
" Culver Jet.. 0:15 p.m.
L QpalCI tjr. . 0:0 p.m .
Auto und regular stage connection to Redmond, Bend, La Pine,
Fort Rock, Silver Lake, Prlnevillo, Burns, Klamath Falls and otiier
Central Oregon points. Call on your local agent for any informa
tion desired, or address WM. McMURRAY.
General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon,
Vf If you haven't aplat showing tho location of theso
lots let us know and wo will bo pleased to furnish same.
All property sold on
EASY
TIME PAYMENTS
5 DISCOUNT
FOR CASH
High Grade
COMPANY
NOTICE FOR I'lllLlCATION.
lrMitmrnl u( ihr Inlrttot,
V Land Hhcr at The Itallr. (ftn,
mux ut, ivii.
Notm h h-rfhf ifltvn (hat Vtrotrt K Hutlt. of
Laiallaw. ifron. vrho. un Mat n4 1410.
botal eairy. No ofc uK Mhj
arctloa louinthlt in outh, taa( 11
raat, Willanwlt Vltr-lMn, hat tbnl aiMtc aflH.
Irottna lo malr kttnl cituntalalloii prutil. la
nuUuli i lam tutWIand ahut uVwlllant h
Um H C f.itit I' h Cuanniadoavt, at hUof
I mtM. UtiRvn. uh Ihr iTthrtair of Iktolwf, iuii
Clalaiaal aawraat HiliMMra Jam.tK (
haw Kd K iwtaltry. Chart. H ally a act
lmH Low. atlof LaMllaw iHraoa
rt-it C w ycMK. HM
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Hrpatlawat nt Ihr lalrttor.
V. k l.ad iflkc al Tht iMllaa. Offgott,
katrnihrt irt, Ivll.
Nvlkr It tofFby lr that CtaHW Mrlullty,
iuiiiih of MmwI H Aloaarftr. of IIIK,
Otroa who.oa iictoim ath, l'4. m4r aWaail
la ltd tuny N'u A. atrial Nu am;, fiar t tK
h!K tv i. T m.K li ll.twIMii .t.
rcittHi h toiHthU if. fiulh. raHifr 11 rati. Wttl
amrllr Mrf tdlaii hat fil.l aaKr uf InirHlftMi ttt
roakr nnalilfarrt land ijf, toa.labll.h rtalm
In thrland al.f .ttwlll-l, Uhi II C ItltK
t' M t.oiiiititl.rtirf at hlaoffic at Nfltd. OffKH.
oiithrMhday nflc(oUf. 1411
Clalmaiil iiairifa at ttilHtttta AltaaiMUf
t.rtrrriirr I'raiik Araobl. flaw McCalll.Irr
aiul Henry C tKliumaihrr, all of l.ltl, (urua
y. 1'5 C W lllniKK.llfnl.lrr.
lAinvu Opal City...
" Culver Jet..
" Metolius....
8:1.". n.m.
8:I!U a.m.
:!: n.m.
Madras J;00 a.m.
Arv. Doschutos Jet.. 1:1ft p.m.
" The Dalles 1:55 p.m.
" Portland 5:45 ji.m.
Wo will doliver green wood, dur
ing tho Autumn months,at
$2.00 por load. A good chanco
to got your wintor's wood cheap.
Lap Siding
irMttMfn! of Ihf lalatlor.
V . lKd t if act at The latllaa. I HegiHi.
Aiaaoal 11M. 111
Matte ta heiehy iteeai that )uaa O I'ry.
ofarMl. IWeiaa. who. oh IMntf iMh. A
madeaeaaM laad ealty No . wtl Na ;
ff tH attt aalaiS "H MClauH i. Va.allb
ttwh itMntM. VtillaaMllr MtiMlaa. hat
hlett autKr uf li.teaiioti to Malta ami aatt
laa-l paouf ta eatabltah rlalanw the laad hue
njrtcTiw.i, rarrorv if v fiilta v m 1 uiafaiaafua"
al hit ultxe, at Uaad, Kit , ou lh ith day ol
1 hiulMir ivii
Claimant aataea M wltnettea HHIIam AfamM,
WlillaaiJ M.f.illeta? f.1 II Wwat awl I i Ira
M aUtk all uf hand, utaaon
ja-ui I W MIHIMK. Megtalef
A.y
IB TIIK ONI
IN 1IKNI
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SNORT OKDI2KSQUICK SIJRVICH
Sandwiches nnd l.iinclios it Specialty.
BILLY'S PLACI! V. . ADAIR "ILLVS PLACII
WHEN IN IJL1ND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Table nlwnyi luppllod wlllt tho Uait that tliu town nffordi.
Neat nnd Comfnrtiihle Rooms. BitNl), Omu.oN
SEVERAL THOUSAND HARDY ACCLIMATED
I'RUIT TREES FOR SALE.
Trees now growing In our Nursery on the south Hide of Powell
ltllMa-i.J Iftfitull fitaa a.tll -- ....ul.. I II.
Also Currants, (JoosoborrleH and Red RaspberrioH. All Holected
for hardiness ns well as quality. PRICKS RKASONABLK. Wo
havo had SO years experience in fruit growing in various parts of
Central Oregon. Our buyero profit by this experience For par
ticulars visit tho nursery, or address nr nlinnn
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ! NOTICE FoR PUBLICATION
lletwliixiil of 11. I' i"i.
I' a t.aadiirrw. .1 11.. i n nr(
Ht.f,mlwf tin,
Natlr U hafehy yltn thai A l.i K
al MvimJ. fffeftaa. wht, ( Irlmar, i-m
taad deaf ft bat) run N' ', t.iiis
lue nH aet aal atttt ar.i
thta 1; autalh, rae 11 r.a w iium.tu v
diaa, hat SUM wHk. ol iui.ni. 11 1
aal deaett laad y( 1. t.i.i :..l. .i. a
Ike laad alaw .lea.niw.1 il,..r 11 1 1 , fj
a iiaiaiowaii.fi nu imf ai it. 11 1 "off!
aalhvtiM .Ma of hlol- .n '
llaiataal aaat.aaa iii... iai'..n.W
Siala AaaVtautt Afthle I'aitir .nd i.ti if,
all ul Hral. oiegoa
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I H itiii.HK M-t M'U
Hotel Bend I
Corner Uond nd OrcROfi Sli.
AMRRICAIN PLAN
Rates $2 niul $2.50 a Day
HUGH O'KANE, Manager
Li
Restaurant
S'rr Open All Night
"
iiuitun, itvuujr itn inn tir HjiriiiK uenvery. ;
Apples, Pears, Plums and Cherries. I
TEe LflfoHotto Nursery Company. Prineville, Ore. J
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