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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 27, 1910)
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TO BOOST BEND
Tewiisltc Company Soon to Pub
lislt Advertising FoWcr.
GAVE ALL HE HAD.
&LL BEND WILL WS IENEFITTED
Undertakes Production of Folder on
PImi Whereby AH May Cooperate.
Bend Is Pivot Point ta Nw
ReHcf .Map of Oregon.
The Html Towniite Company is plan
ning a publicity publication for Rend
and the adjacent country. Frank Rob
ertson, who is the head ot tbe company,
has the matter under his personal super
rtiion, and has instructed George I.
Putnam to prepare the matter for the
proposed leaflet immediately.
The general form of the folder will re
semble that issued by the Deschutes Ir
rigatiou & rower Company, it being,
however, considerably smaller, having
approximately Irt pages of reading mat
ter and illustrations. For the purpose
of suitably illustrating the boofctet with
photographs not hithetto nteil, an effort
is being made to brine to Bend either
Gifford of The Dalles or tome other good
photographer who can supply the de
The publication, it is understood, will
be printed on the best of enamelled
book paper, possibly in tiro colors, and
certainly with many illustrations. One
of its asoit notable features wilt be a
two-page map In relief of Orecon, occu
pying the central pages. Mr. Robertson
1 now having this map prepared by a
rortUuhl artist, and when completed it
will show Bend's location in the heart of
the state, with tbe new sailroads reach
ing oat from it to the north, south and
eaat and illustrating its position on the
Deschutes at the key point to the sreat
timber area, the irrigated segregation
and tbe vast wheat territory to the
southeast In addition to its use in this
booklet, cuts of the map will be printed
on the townsite company's stationary.
and large copies of the original will be
displayed in Portland.
In the back of the leaflet will appear a
cut of the combined plats ot Bend, its
4tJoBS and adjoining towusitcs, show
infihe railroads, river, mills and ponds,
power plant, dam, water system, etc
The method of publication, it is under
stood, will permit all who desire to co
operate in the production and distribu
tion of the folder. The townsite com
pany will Handle tbe compilation and
baaing ol tbe booklet itself. As
soom aa Mr. Putnam has prepared it and
photographs hare been seenrrd, dum
mies of the folder will be aade up and
estimates of per thousand cost obtained.
With the form, matter and cost of the
booklet before them, all who wish will
be able to subscribe for as many as they
care to, individual orders probably not
being less than 500 copies. Some ar
rangement will be nude whereby those
taking a large cumber may hare a blank
page in the publication for the insertion
of their private advertising matter.
It will be some weeks before tbe ma
terial and dummies will be prepared and
prices seenrrd. Probably 1,3,010 copies
will be bandied by tbe townsite com
pany itself, asid it is the expectation
that the Commercial dub will take sev
eral thousand and the other townsite in
terests and realty men bring np the total
a&mocr sausenbed to at least I&oco
It's the mail line, tbe only direct
stae line ft on Shaniko to Silrcr
Lake, by the way of Prioerille and
Bend. Stopover privileges and
tickets good until used.
Romantic Story ef an
"The onrst gvutlcmnn I ever know,"
Mid Mnrk Twain one, "wtia an old
California minor who could barely
write bis own namo. 11 0 was a forty
dtnoh and h and his partner tad
struck It rich lu the early itnya. The
old man bad neither chirk nor child.
and be had worked ban) alt his lite,
and when he did get his money, bo
hardly know what to do with It.
"He did tint try to Jump Into soclely
or to push Dl way with the 'big fel
lows' there. He continued to live with
the people whom ho Had associated
with all his life, and tumiy n act ot
klbdoesa was done, many a wandering
son and father saved, many a sorrow
ing wotnan'a burden lightened and ber
borne brlgbtened by an unknown do
nor. wboe Identity with the old man
was only Known to a few.
"It was different with the partner,
tie bad a wire nnd two tlaustilem wilt)
social aspirations, nnd after a whole
lot of pu-hlng and naullng and snor
ing they landed In aoelrty. The ex
pense was too much or a drain on tbe
husband's purse, and bo spvcuiatrd.
with tbe Inevitable outcome, tie lost
bis entire fortune and then shot blm-
self. Then It was that the true ceo
tleoess ot tbe old roan ahowrd Itseir.
Tbe widow and ber daughter bad no
one to turn to but hire, and be did not
disappoint tbetn. lleaavt'd tbelrmome
for them when everything ei went
under the hammer, and be maintained
tbetn In all tbe regal style to wblcb
jthey were accustomed, although be
atltl lived In bis old ledglnza. He lived
long enough to both of tbe gtrU
well married and tbe roottwr carefully
settled in lire. Then be died In a
charity hospital In Kin Fraoeleo. He
bad spent every penny be owned on
tbe family of his partner."
fo be the skull of a man who find died
n violent dcattn, IVruvlau tmrk, sirup
ot clove. Itnlelgh'a stronger niitldole.
(Ion alone. Ilhluo wine nnd orleutal
Dr. Itnymond Crawford, tho nuthor
or llils odd historical sketch, bcllovca
that the klng'a trouble was not apo
plexy, but llrlgbt'a disease.
During a discussion on finance In the
United State senate one of the speak
era traced the history of the various
mediums of exchange, tbelr develop
ment and change from tbe day of
barter to the day of gold and sliver.
"I call to the attention ot the sen
ate.' Ito said In the course of the
speech, that at one time the medium
of exchange was oyster shells. Oyster
shells were used for money.
"Dcllghtfuir broke In the late ."ca
ntor Hoar of Massachusetts. "If that
system only prevailed now we could
order bnlf a doten oysters 00 the bait
shell and pay ror them wiib tbe
ahella.,-Saturu.iy Kveulng lu
Tbe caller dldu't look It. but she de
clared to little C'lorlnda that she dear
ly loved children. It may be that she
said o because she beard tbe distant
swh ot the skirts of Clurinila'a mam
ma: but. whatever tbe cause, she re
peated It nrglngiy. Then, ai the small
lady with the pet eat made no move
to answer ber Invitation to come and
make friends, abe asked. "Why la it
that you Iota your kitty better than
me. dearie 7"
And Oortodaa mamma entered tbe
room with an III concealed smile as
she heard her daughter answer.
" Cause she pur aa If she meant It."
RIVERSIDE and LYTLE
NO WONDER HE DIED.
The Way Charlts II Wat Destd by
His Fourteen Doctor.
Charles II. of England lived teas
than a week after he was attacked by
his fatal Ulnes. and It Is wonderful
that, be lived to long. A roooocrapb
on "Tbe Last Days of Charles 11
"What we want Is harmony ,'
"Yes." replied Senator Sorghum; "It
make me think or a glee elnb I use. I
to belong to. Every fellow's Idea ot
harmony was to pick bis own key and
sing so loud nobody else could be do-tleed."-Washlngton
Steps to the Prssldincy.
"fa." saM tittle George. "I've chop
ped down your favorite cherry tree."
That's a good start inward tbeprea-
gives some extraordinary details ot I Washington. "Now split It Into raits."
those last days: l-ltttsburg Tost
ttA mll 1-fcA I ta a t.1 tnn - 9wsl I -" - -
tors lo attendance. They bled Win to j Su,Mol Jl""' . .
tbe extent of tblrty-four ounces: tbey J M." J ?
abaved hU hair and applied blistering j .. o f9 c 1 follow, MomUy I
agents all over bis bead; they also ap- ,ml TocwU- ,. ,, Wc,,0, J
piled plaster to the totes of bis fecr, (day ami Tbundar at Redmond liverv I
and they closed htm wtth orange In
fasten of the metals, white vitriol dis
solved lo compound peony water, pow
der ot sacred bitter, sirup ot bock
thorn, rock salt, emetic wine, two
blend pills, bryony compound, powder
of white hellebore root, powder of
cowslip Cowers, best manna, cream of
tartar, barley and Ucorice. sweet alm
ond kernels, tat ammoniac, antidotal
milk water, mallow root, melon seeds,
chicken broth, bark of elm. a Julep of
black cherry water, flowers of lime,
lilies of t Talley. peony compound.
spirit of lavender, prepared pearls and
white swear candy, senna leaves, sow
ers of camomile, gentian root; nataeg.
ale made without bops, spirit of bo-
man skull (commonly employed In con
vulsive disorders; tbe purpose was sue-'
restive vb. to excite horror, as It was '
barn, Fridar, Saturday and Sunday ,
cnamia a om ai uenu. :aou licgtn
ing April Ijth and ending Julr 13th
5 9 MM Thomas.
The Seal of
in Quality and Flavor
fen. CatMtMT U. Ih, rXW. frra
ADDITIONS TO BEND
CHOICE LOTS for
HOMES lying along and near the
DESCHUTES RIVER. Four and
a half feet WATER RIGHT.
These Additions ore close in and
ore SURE TO BE VALUABLE.
We also have tbe Exclusive Handling of tbe
TOWNSITE of MADRAS
Call on or write to
M. E. THOMPSON CO.
Building, 4th Ac Oak St.,
J. A. EASTES, Re&ittent Agent.
Oregon Street, between wall ami Bond, ...
MERCHANT TAILORING A SPRCIA LTV
Good 4-foot janier cord wood for
sale, at Long Unite Ranch; $3 at
ranch; board free while getting
wood. L. A. Brakdkm burgh. 5tt
WILL BE CARRIED IN STOCK BV US HEREAFTER.
JHE CORNER CONFECTIONERY
ALDRIDQE & HOBOS.
THIS U the PLACE to BUY YOUR
We don't carry everything but we do carry a first claa
line of Men's and Boys' Shoes. Hals and Caps of all
descriptions. Give us a trial. Wc are always glad to
show goods. Yours for business,
Wall Street, - BEND, ORECON
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
orrica in riaaT natioxai. samc twe.
Vernon A. Forbes i
BOOM 4, riRST MATIOXAJ. BANK SIM,
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A. A. DtCKKV
J. W. MCCtURK
We have farm lands and city property
for sale. If you wish to purchase, see
us. If you have anything for sale, see
us. We are here for business and will
treat you right.
Above is a cut which is here published a second time for the benefit of such new
comers as may not be familiar with it No better advertisement of Bend can be sent out
on every letter (hat leaves the town. Have it printed on the back of your envelopes; it
costs little and may do much good.
C-J- Cm R. CO,
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Hotallns Building, Wall Street, $5iS
W. P. MYKK3 O. C YOUXO
MYERS & YOUNQ
Laid law, Oregon
Practice In all Courts ami Derail
mentof the Interior.
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U. C. COE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
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BRNO, : Orkooii
The Dalles, Oregon
Isevr, thoroughly equipped, modern hotel; steam
suites rod rooms with baths.
rooms with baths. First diss,
ranging from 50c and $ 1 upward. Jr -
Ideal Stoppinc Place for All Going Into CentfMjfc-Afon.
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