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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1912)
IS. AUNE. A
ENDCAA1E LAST WED
MR. WUDST RESIGNS
III Slnco IjiM Spring. AriM IjuIj-
Succuinlw lo Htnmncli Truulitn
Come llcrc Nine Years .ru
IiCiivis 7 Children.
With tho death last Wednesday
night at 10 o'clock of Mrs. Arnt Aune
nt tho ago of 66 years, Ilcnd lost
another of Its pioneer citizens. Mrs.
Auno hud been In poor health since
last spring, succumbing to stomach
trouble. Tho remains vroro Interred
Saturday In Pilot Hutto Cemetery.
Nino years ago, when there were
only a few scattered houses whore
now tho town stands, tho Auno
family camu to liend from Michigan,
and Mrs. Aune had turnip her home
hero ever since. Tho family home
was tho second residence erected in
ltorn In Norway,
Mrs. Auno was a native of Norway,
having been born at Thronhjen on
October 2. 1S45. Until n year ngo
sho enjoyed good health. In April
sho went to Tacoma to have an oper
ation performed, but It was of little
avail and she gradually grew worse.
Knowing that tho end was not far off
all her seven children gathered at
tho homo and were with their
mother when tho Death Angel paused
over tho threshold. She Is survived
by her husband and tho following
children: Mrs. llert Nelson of
Pcquamlng. Mich., Halph Aune of
Tacoma, Misses Caroline and Mngglo
Aune, Mrs. Oliver Johnson, Thcodoro
and Anton Auno of Ucnd.
The funeral was conducted from
tho residence Saturday morning at
10:30 o'clock by Itev. M. V. Weaver
of tho Methodist church. Special
songs were sung by Mrs. Z. W. I.lnd
borg. Miss Iva West, a 11. Hunter
nd O. A. Thorson, makink tho ser
vices most impressive.
School lion Hi Clerk (loliux on Kv
tended Pleasure Trip.
At n meeting of tho school bonrd
yesterday Clork I.. 1). Wlest filed
his resignation oftoctlvo February 1.
about which ttmo ho will lenvo on
an oxtonded pleasure trip to Call
A communication was rend from
County Supt. Kord Rtntlng thnt tho
returns of tho recent school elec
tion showed that notices for said
election woro not posted tho legal
ly required ten daya prior thereto,
and consequently ho ordered that
another election to fill tho vacancy
caused by tho resignation uf Mil
lard Trlplctt bo held. Notices
woro posted yesterday calling tho
election for January 23 nt tho
schoolhouso from 2 to C p. in.
fine Forest Irrigation Co. Stock
holders Klect Directors.
At tho nnnual meeting of tho stock
holders of tho Pino Forest Irrigation
Co. Saturday, directors for tho ensu
ing yenr were elected and other busi
ness transacted. Tho following men
compose the board: C. I). Itowo,
Olenn II. Slsck, Kmest Clnrrett.
K. McNaught and V.J. McOlllvray.
Tho land In tho segregation was
divided Into four sections, with n
different prlco In each dlvtston for
water right. Tho company ngreed
to -sell water rights for some 1200
acres of land which was originally
undor the Central Oregon segrega
tion but which could not bo watered
on account of being abovo tho lovel
of that ctnal.
Tho ctnal system has been com
pleted and next summer a regular ,
ditch rider will bo employed -and
maintenance fee levied.
MAirr4 - RKSMBI
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La Pine, Crook County, Oregon.
CAU! OF THANKS.
Wo lsh to extend our thanks to
tho friends and neighbors for tho
many kindnesses shown us during
tho Illness and on the death of our
wlfo and mother, and especially to
Mrs. O. W, Hall and those, who fur
nished music nt tho funeral services.
AUNT AUNK ANU FAMILY.
There will bo a meeting at tho
llaptlst church Thursday afternoon
nt 3 o'clock to which every vuman
In town Is Invited. Tho matter uf
having union church services hero
will bo discussed.
HANlll.KS Ml'CII MONIJV.
PlttNKVll.U.. Tho sheriffs of
fice tins handled lots of money for
Crook county during 1911. Accord
tug to tho footings of Deputy Sheriff
Kdwnrda tho sum Is $173.&S0.68.
Short order netted nt nil hour nt
the Star linker)' and ItrMiirut. :itf
Family style meals only 3.1c at tho
Star ltokery and ltrotaurnnt. Mtf
Why get up In the night to fill the
store? llank It with coal nt night,
and you ncetl not fear tlint the pipe
Good Things to Eat
at a Living Price.
On Business Property. BEST
BUYS IN TOWN! Why?
Because their location is ASSURED.
Thoso bargains consist of 19 lots across tho street from
the depot and on Groonwood and Fir Streets. Tho first
flvo will ho sold at a greatly reduced price, for wo
wont to sell them quickly. Wo also havo a fow
Adjoining Bend which are still unsold. They havo a
. perfect water right and water is delivored to each and
every flvo-acro tract SOLD ON EASY TERMS.
Do You Wish a Choice R.esidonco Lot? If so, call on us,
for wo havo some of tho host buys in that- class of
property in tho city. Let us show you a big bargain.
If you aro looking for an Irrigated Farm, you should
call and sco our list. It costs nothing to investigato and
wo aro sure you will agree with us that wo havo somo
ot tho Best buys to bo found in tho country.
Our nino years' experience in this country gives us hot
ter advantago to securo for you tho best location of a
320-acrc homestead of any firm in tho county. Our
prices aro right and tho location is guaranteed.
Insurance. Stenographic and Notary Work a specialty.
Call on or write
Oregon Investment Co.
East sido of Wall St.,
Betweon Oregon and Greenwood Sts., Bend, Ore.
Phono 1 . P. O. Box 49. All communications promptly Answered.
Our Mill is Now Running Regularly
: :;- - . . i
csaj nmv iy
ffi? r Turning Out High Grade Products
BUY FLOUR MADE IN BEND
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY and at the same time SAVE MONEY!
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"BEND'S BEST PATENT"
"DESCHUTES STRAIGHT GRADE" FLOUR
Or telephone us and we will deliver any quantity you want to your home In Bend. Sec us for
FEED-STUFF OF ALL KINDS AND GRAIN.
Special Attention Given to Ranchers' Trade.
Bend Milling & Warehouse Co.