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About The Deschutes echo. (Bend, Or.) 1902-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1902)
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“ Mustard plasters anil cramps,”
I replied, with a touch of warmth,
“ would develop heat in a wooden
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about it. Ma,” I added, “ the artis
tic ability of that first plaster you
-----------------i put on has just about drawn my
1 prime rib out of place. 1 wish vou
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Well, after every little duffer at
tbe table had raised the mercury
of his eating apparatus up to about
105 degrees, Perry T. f yletis got
up and told what he knew about
Edward’s coronation. I
thought the toast was very good
and near twelve o’clock that night
I got up and told Ma what I knew
“ I think it was a preponderance
or those peanuts on the half shell
which we had for dessert,” I told
Ma as she was applying a few mus
tard plasters to my stomach in an
effort to straighten out a few kinks
which had seized me around the
“ The next time I ’m ten days old
and have a banquet,” I said in a
half-tone to myself, “ I won’t force
any of my bib buttons into bank
“ Why, Peter Quayle,” Ma said,
“ have you gone nutty? What arc
you talking about? What do you
mean bv forcing your bib buttons
“ Well, when £ ate so much ban
quet the top button flew off my
bib it was forced to the wall, wasn’t
Ma looked at me corner-wise.
Guess she thought I was the queer
est half-moon on the ranch.
Pretty soon the mustard plasters
began to fever up a little. They
grew warm to the touch. M v skin
became quite sultry. “ Whew!” I
exclaimed to Ma. “ I have an idea
that these mustard agitators are
hot enough to straighten out the
Tropic of Capricorn. Whew!” I
exclaimed again as a large head of
sweat rolled off mv brow and struck
the floor with a loud report, “ these
presbvterian pools standing around
so com placently on m y body make
me feel like a baptist.
thoughtfully, I added, “ M a, I I*«*-
lieve banquet cram ps are a trifle
more unconstitutional than sum -
“ You see,” I explained to Ma.
“ these mustard plasters are partial |
to color and do most of their draw-
mg in the flesh tints. Now from
j what I can grasp from the heat of
center of agitation there is evi-
dentallv a decided tendency to
produce everything in red, without
regard to race, color or previous
condition of cramptitude. There
seems to be some question as to ;
the depth of the color to I k * used, |
but I judge from the warmth Hint j
it has gone deep enough to reach
my backbone. It wouldn’t look
well forme to l>e carrying a red
spine around with me when white
ones are in style. Variety, I know, j
is the spice of life but it has refer-!
ence only to
Spinal columns aren’t to be con
sidered for a minute.”
(T o be continued.1
dig' stive twisters,
I aid, “ 1
I keep a full lim* of all necessary blanks for tho purchase of gov.
eminent lands under the Timber ami Stone
other law of the l. nited States, and having had many years experience
am entirely familiar with the mode of procedure to a squire title to
! same, and also to all classes of State land; will make all
| plication« and pioofs.
Special attention given to Homestead entries
and the purchase of Desert, School and other lands.
O il Lands.
prospects yet found in Oregon.
F. \V. Wilson and Frank Klkins wen* '
out from Pri.ieville tho lirst of the week j
to take chiiiye of a few fish and ducks in j
John T. Keeney and daughter, Ilem*,
were Sliuniko visitors this week who til
ed on timber claims.
Mines and Mining Stocks.
Mines and mining stock bought and
for handling same.
Miss Ida N off singer of Brownsville, |
and .Mrs. Jennie ]). I'siier of Buckley, :
Wash., located on timber claims Tiies- j
Real Estate for Sale,
b. M. Brown was a Prineville visitor
and timber hunter Monday.
An extensive list of real estate, consisting of town lots and houses;
farms, improved and unimproved; stock ranches; lands of all kinds Lo
Mrs. A. K. Rasmussen came over from !
Prineville Tuesday to tile oa a yellow :
John Sumner was over from Prine - 1
ville this week on a fishing trip, lie
made final proof on his timber claim
Jesse Wi.idom was up from Haystack
to make final proof Thursday.
tracts large or small.
Matt Thom, F. I,. Lindlierg, Fred
Buelow and John Oleson were flic Be-
uiidji, Minn,, visitors who located tint-
her claims Monday.
Options given and taken.
If you have property
for sale or if you wish to buy, call or write,
My ofliee in Prineville is tbe best equipped Law, Land
Wm. J. O ’Brien, and brother, ( ’. I..
O’Brien of Chicago were here the lirst
of the week to locate timber claims.
Estate office in Eastern Oregon, and consists of a suite of four large
rooms that have been specially furnished and fitted
of patrons and for the convenient transaction
intending to locate on lands in Crook county are invited to cull and ex
amine my maps and plats— the latest and best.
( ’rook county to locate will he cordially welcomed and
necessary alwuvs cheerfully rendered.
This office is the nearest Lund Office to the timber lielts of Crook
'and Klamatli counties.
Locatcrs and others coining to
make this ollice their headquarters— an invitation is *ui>crt!uous.
NOTIt'K FOR PUBLICATION*.
ad I doll t propose now t«
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sec .14. t 23 a, rV t , and
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That the above-named offices are
places WWn* the L AND
BUSINESS of (Took county is transacted may readily I k .* demonstrat
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ed by one glance at the newspapers of (Took county.
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net -4 sec 4 , 1
Is* . w a itin g del *g. lie for any
I |e nang*» the following witni*s.«*s to'
an 1 11 turner brand of bread rais- | prove his continuous residence upon.
1 1 1 c cultivation
l l l t i Vitt Irtn t of
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Joseph Mayfield, William S. Mcy-
“ Peter.” .Ma oiid, “ von are di
field. Mi h..elS. Mayfield, Henry Slo-
ver* iicated tcmjs*r- vt.r< ap
Echoes Along the Deschutes.
I must have had a very ' Department of the Interior, Lino Office
sour i i ;.h expre - on on • rnv fen- ; at Iakeview, Oregon, August 22, 1!>02.
l o l l I relieved m yself of I Notice is hereby given that the folio« -
iug named settler has tiled notice of he
the-» remarks for Ma asked me if
intention to n.ake final proof in sup|s>rt
I thought a little s<sla would not ■f his claim, and that said proof will Is*
few dif.cri ices in mv mid- made before A. C. Palmer V. S. Com-
j missioner at Bend, Oregon, on Oetolier
the.r action is somewhat question-
BEN D , O REGO N .
very forcibly that the legality
“ Not on vour ra ils * for hot
Valuable information furnished regarding most
The district school at Bend will onei,
ptember 15 and will continue for nine
months. This is tbe first time in tbe
history of the school that so long a scs- ;
dm. has been secured and the board is,
to be congratulated on the success of its
. efforts. Mr. A. ( ’ . Hampton of Mou
It seems to me th at]
mouth, a graduate of tin* State Normal
there should be an amendment ,,t- School, will Mil the position of teacher, I
taehed to my constitution pro'iih- j out a year of good teaching is promis-
iting, or ¡it least rc-tricting,
P R IN E V IL L E , O R E G O N ,
ished on Suspicion by Request.
BEND, CROOK COUNTY, OREGON, AUGUST 30, 1902.
E. M. B rattai *, Register,
A . C .P A L M E iR ,
U. S- Commissioner and Attorney-at Law.,