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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1911)
tucky. Ho mot thorn on tho road
but went on to Hend for the freight.
Mrs, Hlack and Mr, and Mrs,, Harri
son and little son hope to make
their homo here.
Mm. Dcrt Lootcna rodo over to
Hampton Postofilco from her homo
in tho Dry Lake district, last Wed
nesday after their mall.
Are You Going
BEND DISTRICT HAS 377
MAY BUILD LINE
NOTICK FOlt 1'UliMCATION
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f f HO CHllHllIt tIM Wit I
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nr IhinIiicnh block nf
X STONE. ii fiwy term, i
C W MOOKK. Mrgl.trr
General Dray Work
IIKNKI.K & FORD'S
Promptly Attended to
Shop on Oregon St.
Wall l'aK-r at
N. P. WEIDER
Clir-at mid Hrat Wall l-rt JUin-
At In ilir i-iiiiily. (let
THo Proof of tho Pudding
Is In tho Eating
CLAIMS mr nt.ily ninilr;
tint not lii rily
ilorli Up uiiiiIiI not
Hinkr tlir rlnlliit we l" hir
lilull imlity t our lw'k If c
trie not ('niMiu'ril o( llielf
Iriilli, mill it wrilMii't hmr mi
liimiy roiiiliiiiriil limn '"
liillirta on tlie atiiiriliitlty o(
nut Urra, mill the iim1 rxwl
Irnt nimiiirr in uliU'li tlivy
vtcrrMi'ki-il, rimtiluiif llirlii to
Hitivv nl ilrniitiMtioli In irlmn
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Ih. I. aatll) uimluiil.nl lv twaMr,
IhiI Ii irnt nf ihiIUihv Hint l uiif
l Ihr many Imlmitra whnr our l
triilluHlnilrtall rr. up Ihr high
alatHlnt lir tlrra
llarr yiiu. armour 74 iir ralalufr
ll' a ttraiity llclltl arml (or II
Yakima Valley Nursery
MOIIK SAI.KSMKN WANTKI)
Our Sunday Special:
Cherry and Vanila Nut
Sherbets and Frappcs
made to order.
THE PALA1 once, now
First Class Workmanship
. Correct Styltm
Kitting, Cleaning. Pressing,
Wall street, Hunil. Ore.
HELLO! "Where nro you
Down to Carter's nf tor a cord
of that good ilry hlock wimmI.
My wifewon't hum anything
Carter In four bits chuniHir
than othiTM. lie koIIh dry hlock
wood at ? l.fiO Hir conl.
P. A. CARTUK
I'erccntAKB of Incrroio Over Lit Year
Ih H.I, MiowIiik tllnt City I (irowlriK
With (Jrcut Knpldlty .Tetchem'
lixmnlnalloii to ho HelJ Dec. ii).
Tin; rapid growth of Hunil durlnK
tho piiMt your Ih hIiowm liy the hcIioo!
coiihuh now hultiK complulud liy L,
I). WioNl, clotk of (he School Hoard.
Tho count, wink' u Nov. liG, hIiuwm
nt profiunL thai thorc are .'177 child
ren hi'twccn the ajtes of ! and 21
yearH In Hum dlHtrict No. 12. The
Kitln Ih K.'l per cunt over IiikI year,
there hoiiiK 20(! enumerated In 11)10.
Thin In a record breaker and i
greater than expected, although It
wan known that many new luHldenU
had come here.
The apportionment of ntnte and
county fund in Octoher wave Hend
dlHtrict No. 12 $15 1. 13. Thin
amount Ih available upon receipt
and approval of the clerk'n bond by
the county authorities. The amount
of Htate fumU apportioned in Oc
tobor was $1051.08 and county
funiln $ I552.H:1. The fall apportion
ment in alwayx hiihiII compared with
the April aportionmcnt. County
.Supt. Ford KiyH that, when the levy
Ih made in January, he can approxi
mate the amount each dlHtrict will
receive during the current school
year. Thoru are now 81 school
diHlricU in the county and all the
Hchooht well cuipjcd for good
work. Many of the teachers are
university or normal graduates.
The examination for the certifi
cation of teachers will be held at
rrincville In-ginning tho third Wet
nerulay in December, the 20th. All
teachers holding county pcrmiU and
Ihoim whow curtfflcatvH will expire
next February nre retjuiretl to take
County superintendent of Oregon
are called to meet, by the state
suerintendent, at Portland Dec.
28-21). Teachers In high schools nre
retiienteil to meet at the same place
and date to give suggestions for a
new course of study for high
Preliminary Steps to Sec What
Can be Done Tnkcn Last Week
Planned to Have System
Connect With 'I his City
Preliminary tew for the con
struction of a telephone line that
will eventually connect with Hend
have been taken by the homestead
ers in Hampton Valley. Atu meet
ing last Wednesday officers were
chiMten and a start made. The set
tlers pledged work and It was de
cided to see what could be done to
ward raising funds for purchase of
the wire and instruments.
It is proposed at first to connect
the home in the valley and later to
extend the line to Hend and to
Harney county, or connect with a
line reaching these points.
Horace Hrookings of Kolynt is in
Hend this week in the interests of
the project and some of the business
men have promised assistance. It
is planned to have the main line
along the Hend-Hurns road, and as
the country settles up will be built
on to Hend. During the winter the
settlers could gel out the poles and
by next spring probably have the
first part of the system constructed.
Hy co-operating with the forestry
service lines, poles can be secured
from the reserve.
The olliccrs elected last week arc:
President, A. S. Fogg; vice presi
dent, II. C. Miller; secretary, Hon
aid Conkling; treasurer, Mr. Ikcler.
The directors are Horace Hrookings,
L. C. I'eck, Iuis Miller. Earl
Rogers, Hurr Hlack, W. P. Ireland
and Pat Stewart.
SHALL I GIVE
IN HAMPTON VALLEY I
KICKIillS AUti (1001).
The Kickclts entertainment nt
Muster's Hall Monday evening was
enjoyed by s large audience. The
members of the company showed
themselvos able jierformers. Chester
I.. KickctU made the hit of the
evening with his iniersonations.
He gives his readings with much
spirit, carrying his audience with
NEWS OF SETTLERS
Telephone Line DUcustcd by Home
(leaders Newcumer Arrive.
Hamiton. Nov. 27. L. H. Miller
made a trip to Hend the post week
for the winter supply of provisions.
Hurley Hoguc came to his home-'
stead Thursday with a load of lum
ber. He moved his present cabin
onto the Hend-Hurns road and is
building an uddition.
A. S. Fogg and L. C. Peck are
j hauling in their winter's hay from
( the Alec Hickman homestead near
! A meeting has been called nt L.
II. Miller's home on Dec. 1 for the
i purjwse of talking over and plan
ning for n telephone line.
Hurr Hlack went to Hend the post
week to meet his mother nnd sister's
family, who come here from Ken-
(Inn liiiclnc I'm Snip.
A two-home power Fair-hanks-Morse
for sale at a bargain. Is in
first clasrt shape, does gootl
work and has given no trouble
whatever. Has been in light
service for ono year. Desire
to replace with an electric
motor, to lower Insurance and
becauso greater power is
THE HEND BULLETIN.
Oorner Bond and Oregon Sis.
Rates $2 and $2,50 a Day
HUGH O'KANE, Manager
What U Doing In Homestead Country
lo the Southcnit.
DllY Lakk, via Held P. 0.. Nov.
28. The weather has been extra
fine so far this fall.
S. Samson hits returned from n
visit to his brother in Tacoma.
W. W. Hrown's freight teams nre
steadily engaged in hauling from
llend. Mr. Hrowu was up at his
Camp Creek place all this week.
I The road suervisor is busy yet
! building the now Hend-Hurns road
I between ranges 20 and 2J of town
' ship 20 nnd lias several teams nnd
men at work.
A. Proscott located on land in
township 20 range 21 this week,
Mr, HeinsdorfT made n trip to
Priuuville with C. A. Stevenson last
week for provisions.
C. A. Hengston looked up corners
for William Dennett and son in 30-20-20
this week. Mr. Hengston has
a contract to fence '120 acres for
' Dick Hody south of Hampton Hutte.
S. Samson is assisting him.
T , N. I
ti ii ' M'Jrkm
YaW AWV!', -x'W
; - 3
licit In Town.
Stnr Dry Cleaning Houso,
with A. L. French, does nil kinds of
I cleaning, pressing and repairing: of
clothes in a neat manner and at
1 reasonable prices. Ladies' work aa
well as men's done. Satisfaction
' given and work promptly dono. ' A
trial will canvinco.you, ..... 27 ti,
The Quality, design
and weight of every
piece of Cut Glass
sold in our establish
ment is unsurpassed.
Bon Bon Dishes, Ber
ry Bowls, Decanters,
Cracker Jars, Tumb
lers, WineGlasses, etc.
If you are in doubt or undecided let
us help you make your selections.
Useful Holiday j$its
Wall St., Bend.
What YOUR. CASH will
buy at Sather's, the
13 lbs. Sugar cane $1.00
14 lbs. Beans, red, white, brown 1.00
14 lbs. Rice, Jap No. 1, .... 1.00
14 lbs. Tapioca 1.00
14 lbs. Sago 1.00
14 lbs. Pearl Barley 1.00
14 lbs. Split Peas 1.00
10 lbs. Italian Prunes, 40 to 50 1.00
7 lbs Dried Peaches 1 .00
7 lbs. Dried Apples Fountain 1 .00
6 lbs. Dried Apples RoyalClub 1 .00
6 lbs. Dried Pears 1 .00
7 cans Diamond-W Tomatoes . 1 .00
7 cans Diamond-W Corn ... 1 .00
7 cans Diamond-W Peas ... 1 .00
8 cans Fountain Tomatoes . . 1.00
8 cans Fountain Corn 1 .00
8 cans Fountain Peas 1 .00
8 cans Fountain Beans 1 .00
1 0 cans Packers Label Tomat oes 1 .00
10 cans Audobon Corn .... 1.00
Save this list. It will not appear again, but watch
this 8jKice for new list next week.
E. A. SATHER
The Old Reliable. Bend, Oregon.
Tho Bu'lotln has lenty of catchy Christmas cuts for ncvortiBing
Sat.ta C!aus goods, Mr, Merchant, and they are FREE to you.