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THE BEND BULLETIN
1 "For ery wan a square deal, no
less and no more."
CIIARLKS D. ROWU HDITOR
'InrtruMr I" drascr.)
METEOROLOGICAL RECORD POR YEAR 1907.
Tiy A. II. GRANT, Voluntary 0U:rvr,
FRIDAY. JANUARY 3. 1908.
..iivt;i,u.i.i . - 1 j... . in !- tit
Winter Short Courses In Agriculture.
The OrcRon agriculture college
vill rivc winter short courses be-
ginning January 7. 190S. as follows:
General Acriculturc. two weeks,
dairying, six weeks
'-Horticulture, six week.
Mechanic ArL, six weeks.
Household Science, six weeks.
Many young men "as well o
many mature farmers who are x
situated that they cannot take m
four years course of study desire
to acquaint themselves more lulK
with the tuot recent development
in agriculture. There are other
who feel the need of a more practi
cal knowledge of farm rnecbanu
and the use of tools It i to tntt-
the need's of these classes that tho
courses will be Riven.
I lie course in nouschokt science
will be of value to the women o
,the home who desire to more thor
oujljly acquaint themselves wit
thdjinnciples of good cooking n
of general home management Tht
,s"ubjects4 to be discussed will be o
interest and importance to even
(apner and housekeeper, and it :
'fioped that a larjre number will take
idvantaj;c of. this opportunity.
A circular containing furtbtr in
formation will be sent on applica
tion to the Agricultural College,
AH Records Broken.
' Tfcfc year 1907 breaks all records
'.a Portland, and what is true here
j . j . . . . .
t:a as waex in a proportionate ue
January. . s6
April ............. j3
.isjr ....... .. ..... 5
alj-...n. .... 9j
Degrre tichw Mire.
A Hint to iienJ Merchant.
rrt Ofnlnt let
mp. ?. IU(k
16 ij 6
li 4? ft
af 47 14
n 49 is
1 3 a
1m4 at hr Ortltr.
W. 1, Dougkn, the great shoe I "Manjr gulloa. jmwW uiaiy lur
manufacturer, lays hw success to,. " Uwwj, tkrooj fie
. . . . cMh of each urstor each day," write a
newspaper advertising inrougU-ulJlvtrM,y ,,,. -nd the tnlero.
its medium he arose from a cobbler, iconic betas that It rear tieM are
pegglug naiN into shoes himself, to , "? " J" j lU
V j. . 'ortiT mouib. l&irti wkroeoilc op
the most famous manufacturer ot 1 ,-,-, u . , .i-w. iB tmrtiiBs fmm
thr jwtat wbrv It tint touruM lao sill
jlls ; to JtM ef tr" momachi all thJi Dlle It
a auve nnu cainoiv t iuxvuiiuk iu
rec?bf'' every place between the
' RockyTounuius and the Pacific
' OceanT"r tbb great section is the
most prosperous part of America,
and will continue to be. The in-
'crease ia aanufactured products
iias beea 30 per cent: the sales pf
ajcrcnawne are considerably
greater than in 1906. 2fo year has
brought so great an immigration.
Postal receipts, exports' and imports,
the products from the, farm and
dairy, and those frod the orchard,
and every other resource by which
prosperity can be pulsed, prove an
unprecedented growth, and if we
will only shake off this temporary
impulse to hedge, ooS can be made
a still greater year.
What about the Fences? .
What about the fences nowFThis
changeable weather is the tfme to
put in repair all broken down fences
and gates. Make the gates during
the showers and put them on be
tween times. When the fences arc
not in good repair there is not only (
to be considered the loss jof what
the stock will eat and destroy but
the rwk to the stock themselves.
apecMlIy barbed wire fencing; the
latter item is too often not consid
ered until a horse or a cow has got-
;en tangieu up in it and is nearly
ruined. Let's get those- fences in
cood repair for the coming year,
and if you are not using all the
ground on account of the' old
worm icnce constder a new wire
fence not barbed wire. Do not
allow brush and weeds to grow
ground your fence itaflbfdsa fine
jUarhpr;, for woodchucks, squirrels
pndpfher pestiferous animals that
do creel: damage- to the crops.
footwear in the world.
Since lSSj, when he started
advertising campaign, his busincvi
has grown from a mxlt tittle es
tablishment to the largest plant 111
he world, marketing its product in
73 stores in this country and his
uinual business M represented b
50.000.000 in casu. lie reccntl
The whole eeret of mccfm In Imim
new lie In atlvcrthing. I uludicd orr
'he matter a long time, and then truuir
p my tnitnl to pot my kooiIi fonmnl
jtHt at rapidly a I knew how. I kkih
learned that two eentUlt are nccetur)
in adrertuing. You mutt nuke goo.1
toodt and treat the poblic tquarely. anil
if yon do Cut butinest U bound to rmr.
The mUtake tnot aUrertiters make i
that ther expect return immediately
That it ail wrong. I tpent tbouianiU
and thotuandt of dollars in adTertitng
that did not bring in adequate return
for a long time, but I continucil mr cam
paign, broadening the field all the time
and the quality of my enoil oon won
favor. The public found that my shoe
were jut a our advertisement aid
"The newt papers are by far the lt
medium lor aurcrttitng. i win uy tm
mucn, inat no merchant wnot in acorn
parent of new geaentSoni when re
nnrl from tb SIR atl plaent lHdec
aaMablc comlltkm. 3 1 01 of tluc o
panUm are Trhoivnotae to man, and alt
that outer the oyster' atoraach are
Blelty killed and roarortrd Into It
palatable and nutritious ubtane. but
mi ions iu they are traTeUag aloug the
giita all arc a lit? and. hw are es
treaTly diBxeroua to man The oytet
excrche ehoice In tae mdcettoa of It
food, rojectliie war of the ralcroicople
organHm and nwaUowlug othetV, but
tlMve that are dbcbargrtl Into the wa
ter with tb- wwaee of cities are not
unfortunately amoag the onea that art
rejected, and before thcao hare entered
the oyitcra rtomach they are moat fa.
rorably placed for gaining entrance
Into human atomacb and multiplying
rctltive ueld ha any light to expect to
build up butinci unlo be adrertie.
It i the very life of butine, it tine
qua non to tucce. Good good at
tractively ilitplaycd In ailrertHement
will always kII, and the man who doe
not deceive the public will al way get
more butine. I tpcud nearly a
quarter of a million a rear in adtcrtl
QATHERED FAR AND NEAR.
AtourrancliatTumalo, Or. on Oe
temlier f, one wild .orxel mare weight
Moufiyt ll, Wlnfe Utrip in forehead,
Wi Wijd feet and'etlocka white, bjotcli
Vnhj'ou hk shoulder, age three year.
Ciiii.ii'iire i beeii ft'iiulunce litre tince
MjcfAIl of jttj;sndl4ppotcd to have
ieeil lost by WarhUpring Iiidiaii(
Uivner can have wtow 'ttf proving prop
rtyand pajinJrfeed bill and advertising
-harges. OKO, Ur. Wimkr & Sons,
40-45 TumaJo, Or,
1 V. J. O'Connor has been ap
pointed justice of the peace for the
Adam Kotzman has been appoint
ed road supervisor for the Des
Novie Dcadmond recently killed'
a large cougar in the Silver Lake
country. The animal measured
nine feet and 1 1 inches from tip of
nose to tip of tail. -
The Review says that the holi
day trade at Prineville was better
this year than last, and figures
therefrom that the "panic" is a
thing of the past.
Dr. Cail Newsora was recently
married at St. Paul and he and lib
bride came to Prineville to spend
the holidays. The doctor is think
ing of locating permanently at
The weather in the Silver J.akc
country, so far this year, is alt the
stockmen could ask for, says the
Orcgonian. Very few have com
menced feeding and all stock is in
qnrvr n!lf Abaat Ik Fern.
The feni nai auppowd to need only
on tit John night and thna o pottcw
tboae alngular properties for which It
had become almost aaerrd. The cath
ering of the reed waj believed to be at
tended with considerable danger. I'o
ret In hla "Indemoalura." published
In R$4. uy. "Much discourse hath
been ahoat mthering of fern need
(which 1 looked upon at a magical
herb) on the nleht of mldaummer'a ere,
and I remember I was told of one who
went to cathcr it. and the iplrita whUk
ed by his ears llho bullet and some
time struck hi hat and other part of
hi body. In fine, though h appro
bended bo had cot a nuantlty of It
and secured It In paper ami box be
ride, when ho got homo h found all
empty lint mot probable this appoint
ing of time and hours I of tht' devil'
own Institution, as well a the fact
that, having onco tinarrd people to
an obedience to Ills rule, he may with
mon facility oblige them to stricter
Caparlir It Cral Clmrtht:
Th-5 Itoman Advertiser given the fol
lowing statistics of the capacity of the
great Wiurcbm of tho world, allowing
four persons to every square yard:
Persons. IJ3. yds.
Popular Because of
Ease of Manipulation, Total Visibility, Perfect
Tabulation, Susceptibility to Oreat Speed,
Firmness ' in Construction, Neatness In
Pesign, and Convenience of Type for Cleaning.
If the Typewriter you now ti lacks
in anyone of thcc csrcntial points,
the UNDERWOOD is the machine
you will eventually buy.
No. 68 Sixth Street, - Portland, Oregon
Central Oregon Realty Company
(Successor toC. I). Drown & Co.)
BEND, - OREGON
BKAMtRS in ALL KINDS OH
Central Oregon Real Estate
Timber and Desert Lands a Specialty
We buy or sell your land no matter where situated. We can sup
ply you with any class of land at any time. Call on us or write for
fdrthcr particulars. ,. Yw,
B.- C. PARK
Importer ami Breeder of
Poland China Hogs
Black Langfihan Chickens
A Vu Stack tt Sale'.
No Place Like Bend.
The following letter tells its own
Mr. A, If. Grant, Bend, Oregon.
Vtar Sir. I'ltatc foawsrd m frail to
Medfonl, Oregon. Three days in Cali
fornia are enough lor me. It f a fool
that Une llcnd. Ycnr,
J. If. BAX.
- ji,i . - .
Genuine Imported Swedish ftazors.
Best raror'made, Try one.
Fully warranted. Hollow ground,
$2.06-. ,,, ...
FuUy warranted, hollow ground,
.Single-Porpoise rnzor,strop, 50c.
Ekjuhle-PorpohJe and Web strop,
Postpaid to your addess.
4 GKO. W. RfcVHOLTW,
950 East Davis Street,
42-45 Portland, Oregon.
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. LATIIRR! Von. 1uinM lia.'A
your calliDK cafd printed at The
llllan eatbfdral J7.0O
bl J'aul'a. rtom . Jtwo
RC ru'. Lomlon 5,00
OT. rtlrnnlO. Ilobxna .... U.
riortt.cA esthfrdral . ... n.tn
Antwirp eathedral . . ZIXO)
St. Bophla's. rorutantlnopU OH)
Bl John's Imuran 7i.V
Notr Dame. I'arU XUM
PUa mtbedral 11.CC0
P(. Btsptwn'a, VUnna, U
at. Dominic . Bologna .. - liOO
flu IVtrr". Itl(Tu ILMJ
Oa4hrJral of Hltna .. .. 1!.0C
Sc Mark's. Venke .. . l.VJ
H11 )latza qt KL IVtcra In lu widen!
liiilt. aUovtlog tnclre )erwia to the
jua ro mile, holds ttli.OCQ; allowlos
four to tho same, drawn up In military
array, 209,000. in lis narrowest limit,
not' comprising tho portlroe of tho l'i
nzzl Ituttlcuccl, 17.0'X crowded otd
1M.Q0O in military array.
HUOli O'KANn, Prop.
, itOST CBNTIIALLY LOCATHD IIOTI'.L IN DHNI).
Sample room in connection.
New House, New Furniture, Reasonable Rates. Good Rooms
Always Reserved for Transient Trade.
OREGON J Bulletin office, The latest styles.
DIcben' Gay Clothes.
We wero walking- down yefilnictorf
itreot. Strand, and Jmt passing tho of
flco of JloiuchoUl AVordi, tlien' a Iftin
oni rah nfoticd, and out Htop-Ml a
Bayly dressed ffentlemnu. Ill llirht
STccn naUtcoat, vivid acarh't Ud aud
palo lavender trousers wouMunrrflHt-n
notI-d hy npy ohe, hut tho ui ot tho
noicay In hltf huttonliolo riVoled my
nttwiMon, for It vrnn n n-gular llowir
Jardon. 3ly father atoMuM mid Intro-
rduttd wo, and I, who h.id only socn
mi-raving of tho ilafUsu portrait and
a Very handoroo head In my iliotlier'H
IjllotogniiHi allium, was antoiilshf-d to
llnd myself Blinking hand Willi tho
great norcUst Charles Dlckeiii. From
SII l'fUwcIl'a "Itecollevtlons."
V ' ' Tf Ulldr.1 Has,
At the headwater of tho Orinoco the
JHpauUh tradltionv hK-ated tli land of
w uonnof -jtio (jiidwl Jlflu," a po-i
leuiaw wnosa country wa so ncu ib
gold dust that ho bad his body anoint'
ed with oil and aprinkled with gold ev
ttj BiorBlijg'.jio that ho houe in Uie
trua as though gilded, It ki a curiou
tact that tie pountry, I phtch tradl. I
Hci wfsiaa ujm marrwous !&" "a"
MfT b4o aMdJhjiwJlU inan.
BUST WORK GtARANTI'.KD.
Prices from 35c to f 1.00.
Leave saws at Pine Tree SWre,
. " J. II.MIANHR,
1 ABSTRACTER bl TITLES
I notary runi.ic
I Vltslaturaon, Ule lniut. burcly Dontlt,
I K1 liMUbCouTfTtncla
1JD. HAI.VORSON, IlKNW, OHKaotririiiNPvif i.k. . . oaitoov
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Ot'lMCK IN HAKK mMMUNO,
W. P. MYERS
Land and Irrigation
I'lacttfr Ih all CuorU ami IMitiueHt
of the lHlrHr.
U. C. COE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
OWICK OVHk IUNK
tl llMbt Cflcphonc Coitiicctlon
DAY TKI.KIMIONi: NO. 31
IlllNI), : OltKOO.S
, DR. I. L. SCOFIELD
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OAK IImIi. t M Mi I p w.
OtUt rw ,V at Km( rhm Sm f
M. V. TUIU.EY, M. D.
I'liyslclitn nnd Surgeon
orriCK ovkh vohm.k ihvo utouk,
First National Bank
' lUUtlMicd W9.
Capital, Surplus nnd Undivided
n v AHR
T M KtUwIt
II twiU-ln Jk
I have just recently opened a
shop in llcnd ami am prepared
to do all kinds of
Horse Shoeing; Wagon and Plow
Work nnd (lencral Ulacksmlthln
Uvcry piece of work that leaves
the shop it guaranteed to be
J I solicit a share of yotir,pat
antiMJln s ilMn utt dMtfiukM mtt
kktlf wmm "f iftm tn mltkt tn
Siu l.rf tl.milk JUwi I V llt
,)Ul mtiui, ilx tlar.., if. ""
SckMific flimrkdu. .
A kwi4Mlr itlaxrtiH .!. iMtttitit
eal.lln.1 uf f; t"r.i"t kntisai. htmt. 14 k
The IliilU-tlu print, calling card
Indies taVe notice.
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' For the euerat nwsof the ,
worno also .tor intormation about
likc.obwn -ike. best results
in cumy&im die soil, Stock
ox can seieiirfe' fhls cXcelletitS
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