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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1912)
WE ARE RECEIVING BY FAR the GREATEST VOLUME of
Inquiries About Bend and
THAT WE HAVE EVER HAD.
kf oil sjr
R. G. SHRADElR, Local Agent,
BASKET BALL GAME IS
Young Women Player Give Good
Exhibition, Score BeJng Cloe
Band is on Hand to Render
Music, and Girls Bell Candy
The Whites, by excellent playing.
were able to "come back" and defeat
tho Blues in the girls' basket ball
Came Friday evening. The contest
vroa interesting all the way through.
The final score was 28 to 25.
The game some weeks ago was
played with only one center to each
Study the Points
of our Shoes and you will acknowl
edge that they are high grade from
every possible standpoint. The,
leather, the moulding, the finish '
everything about the shoes
shows a study of comfort for
the wearer, and a planning
ttb givehim tho full worth -
of hismoney-jn BtyJe, ,
fit, and attractive
Oregon St., Bet. Wall and Bond.
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DURING tJrt kMt fcr mmmUm tk Sttttitr
oflkeref ffe BEND PARK COMPANY
Xktrtt4ia U awiskkorboo of
SS(0004tcM of Ifocatsto ami 1mm soli f
war of 1,000 loto, AM' tifMipofet to m
wcffHtaiMy yotfowiLytT tor BM -
W rtW fatv mmmIhh of tiiraHt lofr
for sal at an vm$ fries of $200.00
nek, mi oa ttm of $10.00 tfowmwj
$10.00 a BMAth. , . .,
,' .Start .at a rttaottt hy auET ami' w wH
aick owb om ar tara aalcaalJ lot for yon
'aart Mart yo tat coatracts.
t'' yuJE Jliut eti oJ Mt jalU-.aT e.laaonJ Jamais"
Bfepff e.rl '
General Offices, 800-801 EmpireOnuilding, Seattle, Wash.
or. Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash,
or, Portland Hotel, Portland, Oregon,
team, but on Friday night two girls
appeared at that position on each
The atar of the game was Miea
Young, whose throwing of both field
and foul goala was a feature. Mies
Wornstaff, at center for tho Whites,
played vigorously and most effect
tvely also. For tho Blues, Mlia
Dlack did the best work. She and
Miss Young both shoot goala well.
They will be the forwards in the
game with Prlnevlllo noxt 8aturday
night, at tho county aeat.
The following waa tho lineup of
Whites Angle Young and Nell
Markel, forwards; Louzetta Worn
staff and Desale Main, centers; Ethel
Holmes and Ethel Uorden, guards.
Illuea Arrld Dlack and Fay Do
yarmond, forwards; Cornell Wilson
and Ruth Caldwell, ccntcra; Gertrude
Markel and Iva West, guards.
Jesse Hunter referecd and Darby
Uefore the game and between
halves the band played, and candy
was sold by tho young women.
Thoro woe a good attendance.
The mock trial which was to have
taken place last Friday was post
poned until the coming Friday on ac
count of tho basket ball game.
H. J. Hockenberry visited tho
Ilend High School Thursday morn-
The High School will prcsont
"Half Hack Sandy" some time in tbo
near future. In an effort to wipe out
tho High Bcliool debt. As far as
possible tho parts will bo assigned
to those who had them when the
play was put on two years ago.
Those who saw the play before know
how well tho students acted their
parts, and It is expected that they
will bo even better this time.
Nerval Springer was absent part
of last week on account of an attack
The boys woro out on Use diamond
for their first Uaseball practico
Hookkecplng. Ktc.t Student or liual
p JftuortT iPractTealW.lnBtructlonjr by
PulHc Accountant. Fow Lessons.
Mall. 'Successfully taught 14 years.
Qualification guaranteed In one
month.; for positions. Assistant.
lng poaltuingr Tteqfiostpi?tlEularfl
TM Home Do&kkeeplnE lris'tructlorn
Co.; S02-5rr-BfteUaud Dldg.', Port-
CITY IS NOW WITHOUT
8ucrMor to Dr. Coo Will Prohabljr
Ho Klectcd Next Tuesday Mght
George Vounj; Apimliitnl
as City K n I n e c r.
Slnco 6 p. m. Friday Ilend haa
been without a mayor, tho resig
nation of Mayor U. C. Coo, tendered
on February 29, having been ac
cepted at that hour by tho Common
Council. The charter provides that
a succossor bo elected by tho council
to fill out tho unexpired term.
Tho council will meet in regular
session next Tuesday night, at which
tlmo a mayor will likely bo choson.
Huuflne of the (Vtuncll.
A petition was presented by tho
Commercial Club atatlng that owing
to underestimation of the cost of the
stone required to build tho dopot
there was a balance of 1104.40 yet
duo on this work. Tho city having
agreed to furnluh tho stone If the
Oregon Trunk would build tho depot
of that material, tho council deemed
that it waa under obligations to pay
too mil and a warrant waa ordered
drawn payable to tho Commercial
Club for this amount. This makes
4 MORE THAN
LOSSES paid fey this
Agency every loss
settled promptly, dollar
for dollar. j
Our policies give bet-
ter protection for the '
' same money."
No chance for Jay suits.
M. S. Lattin & Co.
" v vXHWOKfojuxMnj s
Bf bm - . & - wm .w i
a tutnl of $ fi 3 1 . P 0 appropriated by
tho council fur tho mntcrlnl for (ha
Klklns anil 0'Knna worn kIvoii
pormlsilon to oroct nn eloctrlo ndver
J. A. lkrnnril & Co. applied (or
tho transfer of tho liquor llcunso
hold by A. O. Hunter for tho IMIot
llutto Inn bar, and tho application
Tho niillcntton or K. Kavll of
Tonopah, Nov., for tho ponltlon of
city engineer and superintendent of
construction was rend and tho re
corder was Instructed to Inform him
that thoro was no opening.
Georso H, Young was apiiotnted
ns city engineer, to bo paid for his
work at 7G cents nn hour. Ho ac
cepted tho position. ,
'Tho street conuriltfco was Instruc
ted to sot II. B. Kbon t6 check up
on tho street grades before tho next
C. I. Nlswonicer waa appointed as
sexton to take care of tho cemetery
property. It was stated that 'tho
cemetery affairs wore badly mud
dled., people being hurled on lota
to which some one other than their
heirs had title.
Tho toilet In tho Karaite on lot 9,
block 10, was ordered removed. A
motion by J. 11. Wenandr. chairman
of the special committee appointed
to investigate this garaia matter,
to declare the place a public nui
sance failed to receive a second.
ItaptiM Church Corner Haw
thorne and Oregon Strtets. This
church la occupied jointly by tho
Maptlsl and Presbyterian congre
gations. All tho appointments aro
federated under tho leadership of
Rev. I. I. Corby and II. II. Foskett,
who speak regularly on alternate
Sundays. Calendar of services: 8un
day lltble school at 10 a. m., public
worship and aeraoa at Hi 3unlor
at 3 p. m.; Christian Endeavor at
OQpcople.'a service at 7:3p. Wed
nesday Prayer anfl' socTl meeting
at 7:30 p. m. Thnndayu-Cholr re
hearsal at 7:30. A full chorus undir
the leadership of Via Marlon Wiett,
with soloist and orchestra, makes
the musical service especially at
tractive and Inspiring. Strangers
are- especially invited to all meetings.
All ara cordially welcome. Coma
and get our grip of welcome sod
worship with us.
Rev. I, f. Gorby will preach 8uu
flay, March 31, morning and even
ing. Morning 'subject, "All Things
Work Together for Good." Even
ing subject, "Tho Temptations of the
' fr. 3. M. WIllliM. nii'tor. EUr
Vices on alternate Sunday at tho
hall over the postofnee at 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at
10 a. m.
- Kfir: Mr. will!ma- wlil nreacn
Sunday, March 31. Morning sub
ject, "The Church, Past Present and
Future." evening subject, "Cow.,
ards and Heroes."
DOKS NO ItKTAIb Hl'tilNKSR
llecauao unfounded rumors to the
contrary havo been circulated, the
United Warehouse Company desires
to make It known that it positively
has not, docs not, and will not,
handle any retail business In oil,
gasoline or other materials. It
sells only In wholeaale quantities,
and will not deal with Individuals.
In three Instancca mlstakea occurred,
and cases of gasollno were aold to
strangers; these mistakes will not
The United warohouso Company is
doing business with merchants, and
Intenda to givo merchants the same
square deal It receives from them.
To provo Its sincerity It hereby of
fors a reward of $35 in cash to any
one who shows that It retails to
(Signed) W. II. HUNTLEY,
8. C. Ill-own Leghorns.
Heavy layera COO form raised.
Trios $8. GO. Cockerels fS.OO.
Eggs 12.00 per 16, $9.00 per 100,
Uaby chicks $15.00 por 100. Prim-
roso rouitry riant, James Ireland,
414 Spalding Ilidg., rortland, Oro.
Deponds upon the kind of nursory
stock you get. If you aro willing to
pay a fair prlco, you will get good
trees. YOU CANT GET SOME
THING FOIt NOTHINO. If you ex
pect to pay next-to-nothlng and get,
(food, first-clans stock,' you aro mis.
taken, that's all. You can't produce
a high quality treo for little or noth
ing any more than you can an axe,
wagon, or any Implcmont.
YOU AtE TJIH I.OBEK if you lot'
the question of prlco alono jnfluonco
your Judgment when buying. Your
loss Is not temporary, but extends
ovor a long porlod of years na your
orchard atands. The folly of buying
choap stock will bo Impressed upon
you each year as you figure your re
turns. Iletter bo on tlio safo sldo
And buy whoro you nro uuro of got
tlng just what you want.
' Our Bales this year could not Jmvo
80 largely surpassed limt year's had
wo not made h'ood In tho puai,
Catnlog jfreo. , jT
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Yakima Valley Nursery co.
..TOPPENISU, WASH, .
More Salesmen Wanted
KOTIt'H FOR PUIIIill'ATIO.V.
Dopnrtmaut or (ho Interior. U. H.
I.nmt Olllco nt The Dnlles, Oregon,
March lUli. 1013,
Notice la hereby given that John
l, llniiMiunn, of llond, Oregon, who,
on February 33rd, 1018. mailo
deaort land entry, No. 00005, for
nlfc iwU and aU nwU. loctlon 33,
township 10 south, raugo 13 imst,
Wlllamettu Meridian, has Itlcd r.otlco
of Inttmtlon to innko final desert
proof, to establish claim to tho land
nbovo described, before II. 0. Kills,
V. B. Coiniulsaloner, nt III onico at
llond, Oregon, on tho 37th day of
Claimant names as witnesses! .
J. McGlllvray, James llynn, Oils C.
Honkle and Henry II. Ford, all of
0. W. MOOIIB,
Under New Management.
THE PILOT BUTT INN
BOND'S LUAWNG HOTEL
Is now In charuo of J. F. Tninrart & Co.
Klrat Claw Service and tho Comfort of GuwU, la Qur Motto.
FREB AUTO Brtwwcw
LIVE BETTER AT
W wK vn. f mm,, mA . covkcl.
FsrrtltTMrw, yolJ wt i lyrfwl to toy
TWidcycm'ii jm U4 to.
L. B, MJJ5EISER .
Wholesale and Retail Cash Oroccry.
Evcroon Uulldlntr, Greenwood Ave, Iknd, Oregon.
1 !.W i
Wei Deliver th6 Goods
BUS AND 6RAY LINE
LIOHT AND HEAVY LIVERY.
Hay, "Barley, 6ta, Wheal and Bran at lowcat price.
Tho Larxest Bam in Central Oregon.
WENANDY LIVERY CO.
J. II. WENANDY LON L. FOX
Mrs. Nellie Wright, Prop,
Dend'aOnly Stono Hotel. Strictly Modern. Electric LW1U1,
Hot and Cold Water, Hath and Telephone.
New nulldlnp; All New Furnlslilntrs. Dlnlnp; Itoom In Connection.
Only ono block from depotCor. Uond and Grccnwocnl Sta.
Corner Hond and Greenwood atrcota.
We serve to order from CMC a. m. to 10:00 p, m. Family stylo
mcala from 12 to 1:80 p. m. and CMC to 7:30 p. m.
Board G.0O 0 week. Meal Tickets $5.C0.
JJend JViachine hop
All Kinds of Saw Mill
-. RiE - PrA
We Carry n Lnrge
Auto Repass anc Supplies
WgJlSttt Jiext to
N. W. Schieber
l'lnna Furnlnlit'd on Short
BEND, 0 KEG ON.
Hotel and Deet. t
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