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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1910)
The population of the world is ever increasing This
means nu increasing demand for the products of the
land. "The safest and best investment on earth is the
earth itself." And this applies with special force and
truthfulness to rich, virgin soil that can yet be bought
at reasonable figures. Here, then, is your opportunity.
Will you siere it?
We can locate you on a
320Acre HOMESTEAD of
Choice Wheat Land.
OVOR TWENTY-TWO YEARS IN THE LOCATINQ BUSINESS
We can sell von DRY FARMS, IRRIGATED,
MEADOW and T1M11BR LANDS at prices that
will make you independent.
DESCHUTES REALTY COMPANY
WILL BE CARRIED IN STOCK BY US HEREAFTER.
JHE ORNER CONFECTIONERY
ALDRIDQE & HOBOS.
Sod Fountain Stationery
Ice Cream Fine new fine of Fishing Tackle
SILVERWARE AND JEWELRY
DON'T FORGET THE BIO PIANO PRIZE CONTEST
Merrill Drug Company hSs,S&.
FOR GOOD GOODS TO DRINK
Mail your orders to James Keeney
. . Columbia Southern Hotel . .
Cedar Brook, Old Lewis Hunter, Old
Dottfck Stump in Bond Reduced to 93, Per Bottle, $1.75
6 Bottle to case in wood, $9.00. Per Gallon $4.30.
Distillers Caution.- The only authorized bottling of Cedar
Brook, W. H. McBruycr "out of bond" is under our
new label adopted 1900. Each bottle must bear this
permit with our fac simile signature. Juuus Kessi.br.
A cjKMm UYCfll
for every we.
Buy your paiuts at Merrill's
closing out sale and save retailers'
For Salk 45 head of pood
range hordes, also a fifie Percberon
stilUoa at a bargain. Cady &
Gxjuuko, Lakllaw, Or. ,
If you wish to have your ex
press and light freight come in
along with your letters and daily
papers, have it come iu on the mail
line Tub Cobnktt Stack &;
STADttt Co. 3itf j
Hungry Bachelors Trimmed by
UACK OF TRAININQ TELLS
Tragedy of Urrora Makes Up In Un
thuslasni What It Lacks In llasc-
ball Skill Uverybody on Deck
fur a Bushel of Pun.
Stuttered are the hopes of the
bachelor aspirants to baseball hon
ors, battered arc the ideals enter
tained by their ndtuitcrs for their
prowess with the elusive sphcreoid.
No longer is there uiitruujelled joy
midbt the .ranks of Bend's unat
tached in short, the Hungry
Bachelors were defeated by the
overwhelming score of 16 to 8 in
last Sunday's contest.
It was no one's funlt. Only t8
men are to blame; the nine famish,
cd fan fomenters for what they did
not do, and the nine players who
opposed them for what they did do
Scott and Prince Statts were the
bachelor battery, Statts first catch
ing and then twirling. For the
other team, (name unknown) the
Turpin brothers officiated, D. Tur
pin's curves proving too much for
the bachelor batsmen.
The most notable feature of the
name was the remarkable number
ol errors recorded; "not recorded',
Third Needed a Basket.
but "made", for long before the
completion of the contest the scorer
had lost track of the errors. It was,
in fact, a tragedy of errors.
Up to the fifth inning the game
was evenly contested, the bachelors
on two occasions leading in the scor
ing. After that, however, frequent
connections were made with Scott's
delivery and even when Statts took
the box the tide could not be
Owing to the fact that the ath
letic censor suppressed the score
sheets at the end of the crrorful
contest it is impossible to record the
innings accurately or to give full
credit to the many deserving it for
their brilliant playing. The follow
ing, however is the lineup:
Southerland ist base
Brackett 2nd "
.Putnam 3rd "
Saugfelder s. s.
McGilivray 1. f.
Ward c. f.
R. West r. f.
homesctker, who had Intended conduit
to llcml, listened to the ittnjestlc ad
dress of the eliiiltlc prophet, thrlr
enthusiasm ihuIiik out nttint as ft n
did the superheated sir front the mouth
of the knocker.
Just then, however, something, hap
pened. That '.'something" was the nr
rivrtt ol tlic Portland Telegram, with lt
big scute head tcllltiK'of the lelllnu of
the construction contract and telerina
to Ilend as the most Important and prom.
UliiK H)lnt on the new railroad.
Whereat Mend supporter smncd n
eopy ol the Telegram utulerithe knock
er's note, anil, sputtering somewhat, he
This l a true story. It happened last
week. What's more, the knocker I
man well kilobit here, ami one who has
done much business In llcud. Tlioe
uhouw the Incident atiove related My
they believe he'll knock a bit 1cm now.
A DUTCH PAWNSHOP.
Sunday Cloth a Favorlts Collateral
Tho Dntcb pawnshop of Amsterdam,
known as Hank van ieuluit, Is under
tho control of tho municipality. Up to
101U the business "was leaved by tho
city to a private company, but as it
refused to reduce Its Interest on pawn
ed articles the city took over tho busi
ness and bus managed It eier since.
Tho Out shop was established In the
Knee Lnmbardstceft. and business I
still dona Id tbo orlclnsl building. As
tbo boelntss Increased branch bouses
wero opened, and there are now Oftcca
such branches throughout tbo city.
Each nrtlcl pawned costs about 0
cents for administration, and about
$23,000 per annum Is lost on articles
pawned whtcb do not pay more than
4 per cent Interest.
It appears to bo the custom of soma
peopto In Holland to pawn tbctr best
clotha ou Monday morning, redeem
them ou the (Saturday night following
and repawn them on tho following
Monday, securing their uso for lbs
Sunday outing. Orer 40 per cent of
the business of the pawnshop consists
of this class of plrdeca.
The revenuo la derived from Interest
00 pledgee, to 10 cents charged on
eacb lean for administering espouses,
amounts recclred from the aalo of
pledges and rent of parts of tbo build
ing owned by tho pawnsliop.
The minimum advanced on any artl
clo Is 16 cents and the maximum $201.
Tbo Interest paid runs from 0 per cent
to 13 per cent. Tbe amount of Inter
est collected Is regulated every Ibreo
year, so that tho bank will not re
ceive at any tlmo morn than a per cent
on the capital Invested. Consular He
ports. The Men's Toggery is surely the
place to buy your men and boys
AJUMU-P'aa-1.- - -csassr. ....
XU Sari CwuUn hr
iw ciHt)i c., si.., rwtwu, svrM
He Knocked at Wrong Time.
A vallisnt knocker sat la tbe hotel at
Shanllco. He w working bsrd
knocking Ilend for all he was worth, de
clsrlng that this section of the Oes
chutes Valley was not worth having a a
gift, that realty prices were ridiculous
and that he "hail iuiiile Information
that the railroad was going to miss Ilend
by three miles." A group of sad eyed
LJ'.WIS & UNSTHK, rKOlS.
!- m y.
WE HANDLU I2VERVTIIINO
Leave your orders with Nick Smith
Wall SU, Ilend
Wall Paper at
N. P. WEIDER
Cheapest and Best Wall Taper Sam
ples In the county. Oct
Uox 39. Bend, Oregon,
lrttry or TrtMurjr
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Monday In October.
l'KOATK Cooar Flrat Monday Iu cadi month
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In January, March, May, July, neptcmbci
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P. L. IJUNTKN
Central Oregon Automobile Company
WENAHDY-BUNTEN AUTOM0B1LB CO.
between Slmniko, Madraii, Redmond and Bend and all
Interior points, l'or further Information wrile
Central Oregon Automobile Co.
SPUCIAL ATTKNTION TO IvXPRKSS AND UAGOAOU
FULL LINE OF
Doors, Sashes, Paints, Glass, liiiiltlcrs
HnnlwartS Koofing. Everything yon
need for your new House or new tbre.
N. P. SMITH
All Spring Samples Now Here
. Spring Suit
That You Can Depend On
to look nice, to hang well, wear well and give you value received
for what you pay for it. Come look over the Samples,
, A. D. A10E. The Tailor.
TO THE EAST
DURING 1910 FROM ALL POINTS ON
The Oregon Railroad & Navigation Compaiy
Chicago ,,,., 178.50
Omaha- I -. ,
Kansas City 60.00
St Paul via Council Bluffs ; . 63.90
Minneapolis ulrect ; 60.00
Minneapolis, via Council Bluffs ,'63.90
Duluth direct ,,,., 66.90
Duluth, via Council Bluffs 67.50
St. Louis 67,50
Tickets will be on sale May and and 9U15 June and, 17th and 34th;
July 5th aud aaud; August 3rd; September 8th.
Ten days provided for the going trip. Stop-overs
within limits in cither direction. Pinal return limit
three months from data of sale, but not later than
October 31st. One way through California f 15.00
faquir of any O. R. & N. Agent for more complete Information.
OCHtRALPAatCrlOSK AM NT.
?iBunlncnn SUueafton is an abtotut Atctnafty far
a youiff ffrson who ittrta to ucc4 In ouMtmia.
TUDBNTS of the Bcutel College Retire good
positions as soon as graduated -nd later sc.
cure promotions at advanced salaries. A
...-Il.-.K... ... . .
.......r.wjKrw jhbcc graduates ot our
combined wur$jj,ted salary from the start,
is given if dsagCwAe for full parUcnlars and
.1 tmAiAtti VA.
The Cornett Slatr a
It's Hip mnll linn tlt-i
stage line from ShaufcW'.
.aci uy me way 01
Bend. Slnnnwr 1
tickets good until usetL,4,
uet, your typewriter,'
caiuou paper at me
aw i mi-
P' .-TT'. ' Ar.
BEND LODOl No. 139
A. F. & A. M.
MeeU -on Thursdlay on or
before ill full n,nn nfatl
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