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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 15, 1911)
The First National Bank of Bend
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STOCKHOLDERS' LIABILITY $20,000
Banking by Mail
IS ESPECIALLY ADVANTAGEOUS TO PEOPLE LIVINO IN THE
COUNTRY OR SA1ALLER TOWNS ALSO PERFECTLY SAFE.
TO OPEN A A1A1L ACCOUNT CALL OR WRITE FOR INPORA1A
tion AND OUR A10NTHLY PAPER FREE. THIS BANK
NOW SERVES OVER TWO HUNDRED CUSTOMERSBY AlAIL.
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U.f'C. COE, President
E. A. SATHER, Vice President
C. S. HUDSON, Cashier
VYAMiNATION Finr.C.! place are W. W. Orcutt. J. I. West and
" " ' w C. I. Rozell.
Twtnty-SIx Teachers Receive
At the teacher's examination?
held in Prineville last week a splen
did showing was made by the coun
ty teicberi. Twenty-six teachers
took examinations for county cer
tificates, all passing, while three
took state examinations, results of
which will not be known until later.
An interesting cvideuce of Crook
County's advanced educational po
sition is shown by a compirisou
with Linn County's statistics; four
more teachers took examinations
in Crook than in the older and
more settled county.
The following teachers were
granted county certificates; there
were 10 in the first class, 14 seconds,
and 2 thirds.
County J Done in pursuance and by virtue of a
rcuiuiiun iiuijt mauc anil passcu uy mc
Con mou Council of the City of Hem),
Oregon, at a meeting bcM on the 14th
day of February, 191 1.
II. C. l'.UUS, City Recorder.
Doled at Bend, Oregon, Felt. 14, tgtl.
DANCE THE BEST EVER
Mary P. Schreder W D. Moffat
Ma M. Anderson O. C Colegrove
Harriet U Dolsen Myrtle Joslin
Mrs. Glenn II. Slack Uvfnia Acton
Mary C. Wilton Flouie Whities
I.uella Montgomery John I,. Neis
iMith A. Hideout C. J. Smith
Nellie M. Whiffle Harvey Prink
Gilbert W. Holt nianche Ness
l.lllle McCudd Jessie !.. Hill
Kaymond I,. Gois Rva Smith
S. I. Burgess Auuutta Hcgarct
Fly Dillon Clara P. Horney
Ada I , Porter, Maude Hollowly and
Lottie Montgomery toon state cxamln
GOES TO VOTERS.
Athletics' Fancy Costume Affair Proves
a Uljr Success.
Last night's fancy dress ball at
Linster's Hull, giveu under the
auspices ot the Bend Athletic Club,
proved to be not only the most sue
PlnnoSolo ,. .Mm. Gullirultli
Social half hour with inuilr, Including,
Violin Solo Rulph .Ion is
Mixed Quartet Mm. (Inlbrulth,
Mrs. Cutnmlng-i, MtMMn. Gulbrulth
and Cu mining.
LA 1 0 LA V LOC A L liTI I!S.
I.aidlaw. Ore., Feb. 13 A number
of the friends of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sin,
eujojed 1 lie reception given at their
home, Friday night
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luiiim iinif ii,iii,b mni wi; .Tivtfifi.'ii 1 -fcvF wiii iv iiiiih, iiiiiih, iij iwnir,
I to be held. Suitxitc It Mill not U luve iclurued the Ixttcr satisfied with
lung bcfnie we can erlcliralr at (lend or' with this country.
Mime point nearer I nine, we can uaiu
J. R. Couch made a
Portland this week.
business trip to
O. C. Colgrote pn.sed through here
on his way to Priueville. where he at
tended the teacher's examination.
H. H, James is constructing a large
ce.isful masked affair ever given it. '"'"' r J'JT T ., , ,
Crook Couniy but perh.jp, Che bi I fRfcSSt rSroKTVlS a.urc'h
dance jet seen by Bend. Eighty- hun.luy night.
(Continued from page I.)
said easterly shore to the north line of
the southwest X of the southeast i
Section 39. Township 17 south, Range 11
est: thence east to ihe northeast corner
of the southwest of the southwest U
Section 38. 17 13; thence south to the
northeast corner of the southwest 'X of
th- southwest 'A Section 33, 17-13; thence
west to the northwest corner of the
southwest tf of Ihe southeast Section
37, 17 13; thence south to the place of
And the elector of the City of Rend
and the electors of the above described
territory are hereby invited to vole upon
the aid proposition at the above men
tioned time and places by placing upon
their respective ballots tne words "I'or
Annexation" or the words "Against An
nexation" or words equivalent thereto.
The polls at the respective polling
places above named shall upon the above
said date be open for the purpose of vot
ing upon the said proposition between
the hours of 8 A. M. and 7 P. M.
The names of the clerks for the polling
place within (lie City of Bend are J. K-
Bawhlll and B. C. Throne and the judges
Jot such polling place are P. A. bather,
K M. Smith and t h. Iloialiug.
ThH names of the clerks for the polling
iilace for the territory proposed to be
Jumexed are M. S. Lattln ami N. P.
Weidcr and the judges of such polling
five numbers were sold. It is cstl
mated that the otganizjtioti cleared
about $30 fiom the entertainment.
Lee Hobbs, C. D Ruwe and
Morris Lara acted as judges, awntd
lug the priSras follows: First
honors to Mrs jVright and Mrs
Mcintosh, who were made up as a
newly married negro couple. Wil
lard Houston and Alf. Aldridge
won second place, appearing as the
Gold Dust Twins. Mrs. Conwu)
won tccond prize in the ladies'
class as the Hobble Skirt Girl. The
1 first prizes were a looking class
backed with alligator skin and u
handsome leather collar box. Dig
boxes of bon bons were the othei
prizes. Knapp's orchestra fur
uisbed the music
Miss May Wilson of Upper Rye Grass,
is vblltug her sister Mrs. Hart Nichols.
WORK TO BEclisT SOON.
ly realize the taltroml is building lulu
our ery midst. We'll no lunger lie In
the back woods.
Mr. J. O McKlnuey slopped at this
place one day last week on Ins way In
Hcud. Mr, McKlnuey thinks there 1
no plate like Central Oregon and judg
ing Iroui the uumtier ol cattle he has
purchased within the past few months,
must lie contented to stay. He Is alxi
clearing quite an acreage on his fine
ranch preparatory to crops the coming
Chas. L. Winter was a business caller
in Hcud Saturday,
J W. Ilaker, formerly of this place has
embarked in business at Redmond.
Mention was nude in last week's paper
in reference to John II Wiiuer traveling
for a Portland liquor house. This
an wrur; Mr. Wnner represented a ci
I. H. Winter Is now General Manager
of the Farmers & Merchants Telephone
Hverybody Is, now busy clearinir laud
for crops. Heretofore cop!e have hesi
tated to clear much laud fearing there
would be no market for their crop ultei
It was raited.
fixpected That Laldlaw Country Oper
ations Commence Shortly.
Tumalo, Ore., Pch. 13. We will soon
expect to hear of work beginning on ,
the old Columbia Southern segregation 1
We understand the O. W. & I. Finance
Co. who have taken over the holdings 'SUITS THEM BEST HERE
11 tne v.. 9. 1. v.o, coiiiempiaic com
mencement of work about March 1st. It
l understood they are to close a con
tract with the State on the 14th of
We understand the trains Hre now
Water Decisions of Interest to Gist,
Nut Yet Public.
OlST, Ore,, Feb. 13 Dean and Harry
Syrus of Clover Dell, who two month.
UUTTE VALLEY ENTERTAINS.
On February aa there will be an
entertainment in Ihe IJutte Velle)
bchool House. Each lady is to
bring a lunch basket for two, pro
feeds from Ihe sale of which will be
used to purchase an organ for
school and public use. The pro
Address of Welcome.. C. J. Cummlnirs
Hong, America ....Dy all nruwjnt
Recitation.., Joy Morrill
Piuno Solo Mrs. W. J. Gulbraltb
Hecltutlon , . . . . .George Morrill
Duet... Mrs. Cutnmlngs, Mr. Galbraith
Recitation , Violet Howman
Song By the children
Piano Duet,... ..Mrs. Galbraith, Mrs.
Recitation Raymond Jones
Song ...George Morrill
Duet... .Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Galbraith
Hecltutlon Marlon Morrill
Violin Duet C. II. and Melvln M,
Reel tutlon Josslo O.sbarn
Vocal Solo, Tenor W. J. Gulbraltb
Recitation Ha! nh Jones
Solo and chorus .Mrs. J, I. Jones
Recitation ..Mrs. Morrill
E. R. POST
All kinds oflnnd location and appraisement
work H20 acre homesteads along
the railroad surveys.
Il0.TAI.fN0 Uuil.DING, liUND, OllltOON.
J. B. Montague
Plans and Estimates Cheerfully Furnished.
See me before building.
Residence south of baseball field Bend, Oregon
proving a great success. (.Ut well might
The I'lneliurit Literary
jw the good example.
The decision of the state Ibwrd oIcshi
trol regarding local water rights as set
has nut lieeu made (Hiblie. As mmhi as
filed with Ihe Comity Clerk It's synor sis
Hill be piihllthed In The llulletlu,
The pliolo of the Catholic Church
building at Ilend In the last d.iir of The
llulletlu, Is an essct duplicate of the
Gist ac!ool house.
The Kerry & Wilson saw mill at SI
lets began sawing again last week and
expects m krrp going.
$. NlSWONGItK, Prcs.
G. D. Mam Kiu., Sec.
Wnll Street, Iknd, Oregon.
IN THK 01.11 CKNTMAI. OKHOON MHALTV
CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS
Choice residence lois in Wicstoria Addition, adjoining
Ilend on the norlli. This is a strictly fust class residence
section and the first 100 lots will be sold at half price,
We have the lurgsst list of irrigated land in Ciook
county. If you want u bargain, call and sec us,
We can locale you on a jao-acte houieslcutl, the best
wheat laud in Crook county.
We have some good buys in business and warehouse
We have a number of choice httys in timber lands.
We represent some of the strongest Firc Insurance
Companies in the West. They have been tried. We al
ways have our losses paid promptly and without a question.
Notary and stenographic work accurately and neatly
done, und receive prompt attention ot nny time. All In
qulrlcs receive prompt attention. Call on or write
Oregon Investment Co.