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THE BEND nUJJiETIlC, I1ENI, OHM, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER .1, lqiB.
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ON THE ALLEYS
Thoro was nothing unusunt In tho
games rolled last week In tho Bowl
ing League. The Firm National llank
dropped Its llrst game to the United
Warohouso pin artists. Tho htehest
, scoro In this series was rolled by
rairaorton vino garnered in a 202
BCoro. Tho Bend Band team fell easy
prey to the First National team, drop
ping tnreo games, me highest band
.ocoro was made by C. Springer, being
ICG points, while Stnats rolling for
tho bank piled up a scoro of 208.
Standing of tho Tcnms.
! Teams Won Lost
! First Nat. Bank 9 2
United Warehouso ..10
Owl Pharmacy 5
! Bond Band 5
' Bend Bulletin 3
1 Ar L. French 1
Tho scorea of tho recent games
Band vs. First National.
First National Bank
Players: . 1st 2nd 3rd
Forrest 102 131 11G
Hoke 121 160 118
: McKay 99 145 66
iKIeallng ....127 113 114
10. Sprlngor ..166 131 127
Totals ....006 680 G40
Team ayerago 608
i Players: 1st 2nd 3rd
1-StaatB 208 131 133
t Bookman ...101 14G 182
IDoonar 153 155 167
blunter 127 127 163
3tovor 190 182 183
posed budget to bo submitted by the
tuuucu una u ue discussed at said
Street Improvements, In
cluding tho grading and
cindering of a street
approximately two miles
In length, extending from
tho business center of
Bend In a southerly direc
tion to connect with tho
proposed Btate aid road,
leading from Bend to La
Pino: replacing crossings;
cost of Improving street
Intersections, etc S 2,500.00
Light for streets and pub
lic buildings 2,700.00
Sprinkling and oiling streets 1,500.00
Fire hydrants ac $35 per yr. 800.00
Necessary additional fire
Police protection 2,200.00
Salaries, Rocorder, Treas
urer, Engineer and City
Interest on sewer bonds. . 3,600.00
Rent of Council chamber. . "300. Q0
Allowance to library 180.00
Printing , 100.00
In addition to tho nbovo, there Is
a Judgment of Ingersoll Rand Com
pany for S 561.80
Estimated amount of un
paid registered warrants
(exclusive of flowago war
Lobs osttmated proceeds of
unpaid street and sewer
Palmerton . . .152
Totnl 791 900 818
Team average 833
First National Bank
Players- 1st 2nd 3rd
lookman . .
.171 139 167
.159 171 194
.172 163 162
poonnr 124 148 180
.140 177 124
Total amount necessary to
bo ralsod $22,774.71
The certificate from tho County
Assessor shows that the total tax
able property within tho corporate
limits of tho City of Bend amounts
anuMhat tho Public Utili
ties In 1914 amounted to 72,020.00
Making Uio total taxable
property amount to ..,.1449,655.00
35-36C II. C. ELLIS, Recorder,
Total 706 798 827
Team average 797
Our Jitney Offer Thta and Be.
Don't miss this. Cut out this slip,
cncloso with Ave cents to Foley &
2o.. Chicago. III., wrltin your namo
and nddross clearly. You will re-
rnlvn in return n trial nackage con
taining Foloy's Honey and Tar Com
pound, for coughs, coias nnu croup,
Foley Kldnoy rills nnu foioy uainnr.-
tic Tablots. Pjttorson Drug Co.-adv.
THE OCTOBER WEATHER
Month li Dry and Warm Compares
With Liu Year.
tn the month lust passed clear
days continued to bo In tho major-
: Ity, thoro having ween iu, as uko"""
14 partly cloudy and one cloudy. In
this rranoet tho month comoaiod fa
vorably with October, 1914, and It
was warmor than a year ago, navins
i a moan tomperaturo of 50.8 degrees
as. against 48.G last year. Tho moan
' maximum was 733 degrees nnu mo
! mean minimum 28.2.
1 The highest point reached by tho
mnrpurv was 82 doErtiCB On tllO 2nd,
-and the lowest 19 on tho 12th and
tho 14th. Tho greatest dally ran go
'was CI degrees. In precipitation mo
i month was lacking, rain falling on
' one day only with a total of .03 la
tches. A year ago 129 Inches ten in
October. . .
Tho dally tomperatures ana cnar-
acter oX day wero as follows:
Date Max. Mln. unar. oi uay
1 79 34 uiear.
2,, 82 31 Cloar.
3, 79 26 Cloar.
4,, 75 29 Cloar.
6 76 30 Clear.
G 74 31 Ptljr. Cldy.
7 72 29 Ptly. Cldy.
8 75 24 Clear.
9 71 32 Cloar.
10 73 21 Clear.
ill 77 26 Ptly. Cldy.
12., 78 19 Clear.
IS,,,, ,77 22 Clear.
14 80 1 uiear.
16..... .....77 Z6 rtiy. uioy.
16... 76 34 J'tiy. uiar.
17 75 28 Ptly. Cldy.
18 73 30 Ptly. Cldy.
19 72 33 uiear,
20., 77 33 Clear.
21,. ,73 29 J'lir limy.
132,,,., 76 29 rujr. uiar.
,23 57 3U uiouaj
J24 85 31 PUy. Cldy.
lC ....72 30 Ptly. Cldy.
SO....... ...65 49 Ptly. CWf.
; 27 68 30 Clear.
28 71 31 5j'?ar,,..
S9, 73 a" iiyr-
130 ,..,70 za uioar.
31 . 65 23 Clear.
LocUnf? the Trouble
tin.... nnA Ij. nflTnrlnfif from back-
ache, rheumatism, lumbago, bilious
ness, sharp pains, sore wuscle and
tlft Joints It Is not always easy to
locate the source of trouble but nine
. ... .... nt a,i It pan lia traced to
overwork, weakened or diseased kid-
rors. Foley Kidney rn ti "u
.attit thousands of sufferers rat-
terson Drug Co. Adv.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
For tho District of Orogon,
In tho mattor of Roy E. Woolloy
No. 3465 In bankruptcy.
Notice Is horoby given that on the
17th day or scplombor, A. u 19 IB,
Roy E. Woolloy of Bend, Oregon, tho
bankrupt above named, was duly ad
judicated bankrupt; and that tho
first meeting of his creditors will bo
held at my olllces, Rooms 830-831
Northwestern Bank Building, Port
land, Oregon, on tho 10th day of No
vember, 1915, at 10:30 u. m ut
which tlmo oald creditors may attend,
prove tholr claims, appoint a trustoo,
oxamlno tho bankrupt, and transact
such other business na may proporly
come beforo said meeting.
aSd icoMEsroM-T TAGS J
does tho work of several
typewritersin one it writes.
Spcs cards and bills! All
if without a dollar for
"special" attachment . The
one machine does it all.
Writ a Dlroct
for oar new Brochure, "BET
TER SERVICE," and a bu
ilful Color Photograph of the
Nm Royal ta$tr-Aloit JO.
J. II. KUDTCLL, Bend, Ore.
THE WHITE IS
i NOTICE OF TAXPAYERS MEKTIXO
rinauiw n. ;--.-
wUouncll bouco j ; - --r-
nauiio meeiins " - -, .v
council rooms at 8 rr""7'
NovimWr 26, 1915, for the purpose
of dtacueelBS with the eSW eouwH
the itMM or ta proposed bBet lor
.. ,.. .
The BESTaJI-rouad Famrly
Sewing Machine that eaa
be produced. Made in both
ROTARY and VIBRATOR
styles. The rotary makes
both LOCK aad CHAIN
stitch. The latest up to
the minute steel attach
ments with each machine.
Sold oh easy pay won to.
Send name aad address tar
our beautiful II. T. cata
White Sewiig Bbchiie Ct.
619 MerehMta NatleTBak Bfeg
Saa Fraaeieee. " CaHfeVaia
Claims muBt bo presented In form
required by the Bankruptcy Act, and
The schedulo fllod discloses doubt
Dated October 28, 1915.
A. M. CANNON,
Referee In Bankruptcy
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, U. 8.
Land OOlco at Tiro Dalles, Orogon,
Octobor 30, 1915.
NOTICE Is heroby given that Ann
Mackintosh, Assignee of A. L. Mack
intosh, Assignee of Archie Pattle,
Assignee of Kenneth R. Dunn, of
Bend, Oregon, who, on April 17th,
1911, made Desert Land Application
No. 08721, for SWU NEK, Section
30, Township 18 South, Range 13
East, Willamette Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to mako Final
Desert Proof, to establish claim to
the land above described,' before It.
C. Ellis, U. S. Commissioner, at Bond,
Oregon, on tho 14th day of Decembor,
Claimant names as witnesses:
Archie Pattle, Samuel Vaughn, Wil
liam C. Sanders, John Eglcy, all of
II. FRANK WO'ODCOCIC.
34-38 c. Register.
XOTICE POn PUBLICATION.
Department of tho Interior, U. S,
Land Office at Tho Dalles, Orogon,
September 13th, 1915,
NOTICE Is hereby given that
James R. Bcatson, of Mllllcan, Oro
gon, who, on April 11th, 1912, made
Homestead Entry, No. 010178, for
Eost Mi, Section 12, Township 20
South, Rango 15 East, Wtilnmotto
Meridian, has filed notice of lntontlon
to mako Final Three Year Proof, to
establish claim to the land above de
scribed, beforo II. O Ellis, U. S. Com
missioner, at Bend, Oregon, on tho
26th day of November, 1915,
Claimant names as witnesses:
Alwyn F. Loc, Earl Ij. Powers, Potor
B. Johnson, Oeorgo Powors, all of
II. FRANK WOODCOCK,
3 2-3 6c. Register.
fjTThe expectancy of good
service ceases to be ex
pectancy and becomes
conviction, when you.
come to us with your
Our Motto: SERVICE
BAKGR AND THORNURUB
Is Bend's Leading Hotel
It la a. fireproof building
It Is thoroughly modern
It Is comfortable commodious, cIoab-
ROOM8 PROM SO CENTS CI'
Tho wants of all are satisfied well at
THE WRIGHT HOTEL
CENTRAL OREGON LINE
The Portland Chamber of Commerce
Invites You tothe
AND LAND PRODUCTS
Portland, Oct. 25-Nov. 13
Second Annual Show of All-Oregon find
Southern Washington Agricultural Pro
ducts and Manufacturing Resources.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS sold on a re
duced basis from Central Oregon Points,
Oct. 28 and Nov. 4, and 11. Final return
limit seven days after date of sale.
J. II. COKBETT, AGENT. DEND, OREGON.
Automobiles to all Interior Points
THE WRIGHT HOTEL
' and way points
A Seven Passenger Touring Car
Each Way Each Day.
RIDE IN THE EASY CARS
Walter Coombs, L D. Fox, Pioneer
Auto Stage and Truck Co.
SUCCESSORS TO WENANDY LIVERY CO.
Freight Trucks in Addition
Oregon Transfer Company
J. II. WENANDY
Vliono lllnck 151
KxprciM nnd IlnKnnno Auto Delivery
Prompt arid quick sorvlco. Tcnms for UkIU and heavy hnullng.
Odlco with Homoscokors Land Company.
Bend Contracting Co.
"No Jul) too Illff, No Job too Hmall."
IlrldRO Construction Kxcnvntton of nil Kinds
Sl'KCIAIilA' CONBTHUCTKD BK1TIO TANKS
Teams for all kinds of heavy hauling at all tlmos. Land clearing
li. O, Clark, Mnnnfccr l'hono lllnck 151 O. 1). Clark
Odlco with Homosookors Land Company.
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Perfection Oil Weaier ,
t A sure remedy for the cold,
damp days. Inexpensive to op-
erate easily carried from room
r to room. Smokeless and odorless.
f Dealers everywhere.
Far bttt rettiks utt Peail Oil
Standard Oil Company
t -iHt ooop oupat n cowwtHPiD gy thi CArrin. )
cattain or oun rmeiNcr. Hi1
5IH.0K fOUTMI XM.T0SWC0
ClAP TO KNOW THAT TOU JWOMtMT
ONTOSACCO I At 400PAyOUA
couht ptcmom (
YOU bl the cops are wise
to the little chew that satis
fies with a nibble of the Real
Tobacco, Chew tucked into their
cheeks they are happy on their
beats. No bunches to disfigure
the face. The little chews mean
the pouch lasts a long time and saves
A little chew of cure. rich, mellow tobacco seasoned
and sweetened just enough cuts out so much of the
grinding and spitting.
W & A l
ASK YOUR DEALER PO&VV-B CUT
CHEWING TOBACCO.IT IS THE NEW
REAU TOBACCO CHEW-CUT LONG 3HPEP,
Take let tlita oncquorter tho olj ilza chew. It
will lie taora satlifring' lliaa a mouthful of ordinary
tobacco. Juit Uka nibble of It until you find tho
ltrcnth choir that auItiyou,tlieu tea how easily iod
rcnly the real tobacco taite comti. how It iitUfitt,
how rsucb 1M you hive to soil, how few chews you take to be tobaoeu
tatitocd. That's why It li Iki KmlTuhaut Chite. Tbal't why It coits
leu ia the eod.
The Uito sf pure, rich tobaeeo don not nd to be covered up. An
iscm oi ucorloo eiMl iwcelwuog nakti you iplt loo mucn
One small chew takes the place of two big
chews of the old kind.
fNtfee hew fae Milt brlftflfl
out fbc Hai tfeaec tavrtc)
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