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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1912)
the iikni) rulletin, ni:N, Wednesday, reckmrke 4, iuiu.
BEND'S NEW $20,000 BANKING ESTABLISHMENT
J1R9T JWIQNAL-BAigC 3SEXED 'OREGON 5S??5SSSSrg?
The new home of the Ktret Nation
al Uank, on the corner of Oregon and
Bond street, li now practically com
pleted, and will be occupied by that
Institution January 1.
The new building will be the finest
built and occupied by auy Oregon xcr llros. of Seattle Tho Interior
bank In a town of lees than 5000 In-1 nttluRa of tho banking room, now bo-
nauuanis, us cosi is sxu.uvu. mo , i.,.,..,.,,, - ... ,'.... ,i
building 1. 60 by 70 feet, of grcy,,nB ,t""oJ' of nuhoWn and
pressed brick trimmed with Indiana marblo, and set a high standard In
limestone. Tho archltecta are lice- luxurious and attractive nppearance.
MM PRODUCTS SHOWN
Crook County Taken Prominent Place
at Land PrtMluct Show.
That Central Oregon can produce
many kinds of agricultural products
scarce. If not extinct, In this section. ' Illustrated by tho fact that among
Local nlmrods report that over In tho ,tho dlstrlcu of Oregon and Wash
canvon west of town, where formerly 'Ington represented In the Hill rail-
a lone hunter experienced no trouble wr' booths, this territory not only
In batting down 40 or SO rabbits on nc,1 " own DUl n"J one of tno mot
an afternoon't tramp, is now lucky diversified exhibits un view at the rc
to get one-fifth that number. Tho cont ,an1 products show in Portland,
remaining rabbits are becoming wild ' Interior towns made the following
and show more of a disposition to,a,P,0',
MOUND IKE COM
WAR OX JACK RARHITS.
(Mctollus Central Orcgonlan.)
The ceaseless war on Jack rabbits
Ik havlnc tho desired effect and in a
short time the long-cared pest will bo'
keep out of shot gun range than: for
merly. The farmers will shed no
tears over the complete extermina
tion of the jacks.
SCHOLARS DRIVE TO SCHOOL,
(Metollus Central Oregonlan.)
The Mctolias school board will
build a shed near the school houso
for use of the country pupils In pro
tecting their horses against the win
try weather. This action will be
much appreciated by scholars resld
n a men of children who hava never
been to school, who now aro six years
of ago or will become six boforo tho
1st of March, and who will wish to
enroll at the designated date.
Rev. E. C. Nowham, pastor. Ser
vices every Sunday at 11 a. ni and at
7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a.
m. Epworth Leaguo at CHS p. m on
Sunday. Choir practice Thursday at
7:30 p. in.
Uend Oram, grasses,
Madras Wheat, grains,
onions, corn, apples.
.Metollus Wheat, potatoes,
Culver Pumpkins, apples, com,
Terrebonne potatoes, corn, ap-
Redmond Vegetables, wheat. .
Deschutes Wheat, potatoes and
much appreciated by scholars resld- ,omer vegetaoies. J "Tho Function of Faith" An nil a v
ing In the country and who drlv0 toj . Maupln-Potatoc. grains, npples.1 ,c'hoo, al niblo cUm at 'tbo
iuwn cacu uay, anu is in Keeping wun vo.
the policy of the board to look after
the needs of the rural population.
The regular seplccs of the Rap
t'st church will "bo hell next Sunday,
with Ulble school at 10 a. m, the
IJrotherh.oou4 meeting' at 3 p. ra. ,0'nd
soVmbns, at 'it a. m. and 7:3q p. in.
It Is expected thnt.Uer. p. Lorcc.wlll
preach both morning a'hd opening.
Services at tho Star Theatro Sun
day morning nt 11 o'clock, subject
terreronxe creamery opens.
Tho Terebonne Creamery Associa
tion's plant has been started. The
equipment Is the best. Every penon
tiatronlxlne the ereamnrv will havn
a voice in Its management, on the co- t08' 'ru"'
PnmmnrAlal f1iilt vwitti n 1A t nt
Hums Grains, grasses, pump-io..i.i ti,. mn ( W.:.i ...i
M'L !et, n... ,...MJ Jtho.Holy of lfollcs." I. I. Oorby, pas-
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Prlncvllle Grains, grasses', pota
toes, corn, fruit.
Powell Rutte Potatoes.
Laldlaw 'Grains, grasses,
(Reported for the Rulletin. )
The net enrollment of tho 'Rend
public school at the close of last week
was 248 as opposed to 344 on Octo
ber 4; the enrolment on November
1 bad been reduced to 222. The
past month has therefore "witnessed
a net Increase of 2C pupils whereas
the preceding month showed net
loss of 22. The" enrollment at the
corresponding time lost year was 214,
the net gain for the year being 34.
On October 4 of the present year,
with n total enrollment of 244, the
enrollment of the first flvo grades was
116: at the present time enrollment
In these same grades is 163 that Is,
during' tho past two months the en
rollment of the school as a whole has
not changed very materially, while (
the enrollment of the first five grades
has been Increased by 17. The enroll
ment of the first live grades on Do.
comber 1, 1911, was 118; therefore,
tho net gain of the first five grades
during tho past year has been 4 ft,
while the net gain of the school has
been only 34,
HflV PrfttVttnt vramanm 1ntil.
rabis, xiuash. ,
NOTICE TO PARENTS.
DR. CiORIlY PERMANENT.
M a congregational meeting hold
at the done of tho Presbyterian
churoh sorvfcoH Sunday, Rev. R. F.
Harper of Milton, prcshytcrlal sec
retary, made the announcement that
the presont pastor, Rev. I. I, Cor
by, at tho request of tho churoh
fihmirl fhnrn h allfflelitnt flnmnml n
class of beginners will bo received n oxtcnlon "! homo jnlsslon Iword.
the first grade of the public school has consqnted to remain In ReAl?.
at the middle of tho year, January 20. 1 This statement was made, as a result
In order to. havo more dc0n.lte lnfor-!of n special' solicitation of the-Pres-
niauon as to me necraauy tor organ-1 . . , ., .. . .. .- .. ;, ,. i
Izlne ...ch rl h nrinrinni J ly of Pendleton that the lroselUl
quesU that ho bo supplied with, thp ! palor should le permanent'ln llend.
Tho books purchased for tho school
library with tho aportlonment money
reserved for such purposes have been
received. Flfty-threo volumes wero
procured this year.
Thero were over CO visitors to hear
tfie Thanksgiving program of the
third and fifth grades last Wedncs
yy afternoon. Tho -fourth grade
had a party and lunch. The other
grades having exercises were the first
and second, the eight, seventh and
Clyde McQIlIvray, a member of the
Junior class in the high school, left
last week. The family intends to go
to California this week, Jut, Ivan,
who is a senior, wll stay in Rend to
who is a senior, will stay In Bend to
graduate next spring.
Bee the beautiful patterns of Llbby
cut-glits'ijow OBdUpUy at Patter-un,f,AdifrtlicHejit.
An Opportunity) Not to be Mined
For two weeks, before I remove to
my new store on the corner ot
Wull and Minnesota streets, much
of my-most tittruetive stock will be
sold at half price, to make the
moving easier und to make room
for spring stock. Trading Stumps
will have Double Value during
MRS. S. McINTOSH
DR. U. C. COE, President
C. S.J1UDSON, Cashier
K. A. SATIIER, Vice President
The First National Bank
of Bend, Bend, Oregon
Capital Fully Paid $25,000
Stockholders' Liability $25,000
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HI THE PEOPLE OF REND KNOW
TRAT THE OROWTII OP THIS
LEADING RANK IN ANY CITY IH A
CRITERION OP THE HEAL
fRIOWTII OP THE TOWN, ANI
THE HI'IRIT NIIOWN RY THAT
IUNK IS IN' LAIKJE MlwKURE THE
SPIRIT i)V THE MUNICIPALITY.
TTTHIS R-NK IS THE HUHINEHH IU
ROMLTER OF THIS COMMUNITY.
. THE (UtOWTII OF THE FIRST
NATIONAL RANK OP REND IH IN
DICATIVE OF THE OROWTH OF
REND AND CENTRAL ORIMO.Y.
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WE NOW HAVE OVER I KM) AC
COUNTHf Ol'R OEI'OSITri ARE
(JREVTEU THAN THE COMRINEII
REPOSITS OF ALL HANKS ON THE
OREdON TRPNK All IIEflt'HUTlW
RAILROAIISt ARE WIDELY HIS
TRIRPTEI) ANII UK HAVE RUT
FEW UR(Je ACtOt'NTH.
Ol'R POLICY IS TO LOAN THE
.MONEY WHERE IT WILL HO THE
UHHATKNT COO!) TO THE (JUIUT
EST NPMRER. ANII IN THE COM
MUNITY PROM WHICH Wit RE.
RIVE Ol'R Rl'SlNESS.
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WE ARE EREtTINO -THE I'INIIhT
IIANIC Rl'Ir.OlNd4, l.sj ClINTIIAIi
OEEOON, WHICH WE WILL OC
CUPY JANUARY I, ANil IN WHICH
WE WILL HAVE EVERY MODERN
FA O! LI TV FOR IIANOLINO YOUR
THIS RUILDINO IS FOR YOUR USE ,
AND CONVENIENCE ANII WE IN
VITE YOU TO USE ITPEHEI.YtAT ,
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
U. C. Coe E. A. Sather C. S. Hudson
O.'M. Patterson H. C. Ellis
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