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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 30, 1910)
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THE TOWN THAT
111. The Wide Awake Uulchcr
HERE It th butchar who, having
To th dry good marchant mada
Tor h uw an ad. of iptoUl tit
Of Ihlnga tbat pioplt orjtr by malt,
And h paid for all (ha thlnga ha
With th atlfiama monty h had got
From th grocer who had ttlmnt
With th mony th honaat workman
P.S.Tht htal dtaltrwht't up I muff
Will alwo)$ tiJi.tr tin hit ituff.
Just try the Htilletin Job Priutcry.
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A TARCOOLER FUNERAL
Wood Waa Ooar, but Tluy Managtd
, to Itlg Up Coffin.
In lorno of llii). liilnliiu dlatrlcU nf
Mouth Australia tiicro Ii a rcnt Hcnr
city of wood. C'oiiiii'iiii'iilly, If you nro
no fool I mIi ni to dl tlionj you iinmt not
pxprct to linvu a collln, hut luuat lin
cotitout to ho wmppisl In n ntick tiuforo
lirliiK deposited in Mother I'nrtli.
Howuver, wlnui 11 ccrlnln rcry protn
Jnciit rcnlili'Mt of 11 111I11I11K cninp died
(ho otlior ppoplo of I hit w'ttleinrnlby
tlin way, It wiin ciiIIinI Tnrc-oolcr,
thoiiRli roolnrM mn unknown nnit
Tnrhottor would Imvo itiui n more
nltnhli nntiio-Hli'ti-rmlncd (lint he
liotild bn liiirlcd In atyln Mo they act
nlioiit KPttlnit n collln, Tlicy nmdo our
of n aort, plnciil n lid fin It nnd Inld It
(with tlio diMfimrd Inalilo) In nn empty
tent for tlio iiIkIK.
No it mornlnir tlin Hit of tltn com 11
wiia uilBaliKf. It wn nftrrward found
that It hid boon alolcn to innko tlio
tnlllionrd of n liutclier'ri enrt,
Koworcr, In npltu of thin trifling lonn
tlio funeral wna coniluctrsl with urent
aolrttnnlty. Tlio collln won much nil
mired, u (mil liooii nmdo out oftlin
lwuea In which tlio itynntnlto iviu ncnt
to tlio iuIiipr. Homo pcoido inlirht harn
cnnililnrcil t lint tlin oliaifjulifi were
inarrtsl hy tlin fuel Hint llm collln liorc
In Inrs" lotlem 011 0110 ulrio tlio Irccnd
"Kettp dry," nnd on tlio other "Mow
nwny from holler." hut Unit did not
trouhlo tlio Hltnplo mlndi of tlio Tnr-cool-'uni.
WORSE THAN WAR.
Infernal Ragloni of th Duddhlata and
Tho Infernal rrRlona of Iluddlilam
urn iHirrllile. They cotnprlao n treat
hell nnd Ltd leaner hell. In tlieie
hell, ncrordlnrr to tho acutpture of
tlio lluddhlat leinplea, men nro eround
to powder nnd their dual turned Into
nnta nnd lira a nnd apldcra. They nnt
hhiIIinI In u mortnr. Tlio huiucry en I
nlhot Iron Imlln. Tho thlraty drink
lalniulaui any of tlio Infernal re-clona-
'"Iliey who Iwlleve not ahnll
have earmeutN of fire fitted fur tbem.
HollliiK wnter ahnll Ik ourl 011 their
henda nnd on their nklna, nnd they
ahnll ho brnteu with mnroa of Iron."
In tho Kcnudlnnrlnn mythology, tho
mytholocy of Odin nnd Thor. wc nro
told that 'Th Nnatrond there la a mat
nnd direful atrticture. with doom Hint
fnre the north. It U formed entirely
of tlin hnck of acrpenta, wattled to
Kether like wlckerwork. Hut tho ner
peiita' hrnda art) turned toward tlin In
aldo of tho hull, nnd they rontlnunlly
aend forth flooda of rcnoni, in which
wndo all ttiono who commit murder or
for car IhemaclvrV
Hr Flrat Poam.
Rlie wna one of thoao aoft eyed rnld
ena, aweotty Innocent, ahy and gentle.
Hho wnn unnccuatomed to ncwanaper
oftlcca, but, bcliis nmbltloua, alio man
need to find enough coumco to try
wlnnliiK nn elltora aympnttiy, ayni
pnlhy to ho expreaaeU by tho nccept
anco of bcr poem,
"I hnvo here," alio aald demurely, "n
llttls rerao I'ro coiiUKxied. I really
don't know what you'll think of It.
You may not like It nt nil, but It's my
flmt-tliat la, tho flrat I'ro erer writ
ten for n nowapnper and I'd bo Tery
plcflied Indeed If you honestly thought
It wna Rood."
Tho editor kept nt Ida work, now and
then acowllnc, but not at tho young
"It'a about n tnnldcn trlpptnj; o'er
the lea," iho continued.
"What wns tho iroubler naked tho
man behind tho paper, "Couldn't stiu
llfl her feetr-I'hllndelphla Times.
no wasn't cood nt conundnimi, but
when his turn ennui to nak 0110 at n
llttlo noclnl party ho thoimht bn could
remember n cood ouo bo had heard. It
wns Iho old riddle:
"Why In a woman like tho Ivy?"
Tlio answer, of course, la tho cnllant
"Ilecaiuo tho nioro you'ro ruined tbe
closer nho stlcka,M
Hut ho pot It mixed nod naked:
"Why Is tho Iry llkd n wouwnr
Nono of tho ladlen present could nvo
sn approprlato reply, so ho himself
ventured this tunladro.lt Holutlon:
"llecnuso tlin doner It clings the
moro you'ro ruined."
Spoltid It For Him.
Mr, Clarko's butler had nuked for n
nljitit off, for tho purpose, as bo ex
plained, of nttcudluc a ball In tho t!I
Ueo. Tho next day Mr. Clarke asked
blm bow ho had enjoyed himself.
"Ob, pretty good, sir, thank you,"
wns tlio respaUNc. "It would hnvo liecn
better If It hadn't n-bcen for tho worn,
un. I can't nbldo women nt a bnll."
Now York Prons.
A Diautlful Thought.
A llttlo Rlrl absorbed In Knrliiff at
the starry skies bvluic naked of what
stin was thluklne mild, "I wns think
ing If tho wrong nldo of heaven Is su
glorious whit must tho right aldo bol"
Immaturo Conductor (to clnrlnot
plnyor)-8oo bore, Mr. Selling. wh,v
don't you follow tuy bentt Veteran
Clarinet (aoloiuuly)-If you don't look
owld I wllll-Puck.
Oortlo I wont to glvo tny sweet
heart a surprlso on Ids birthday, Cau
you BUgKost Homotldngr 'Atnbol Woll,
you might toll blm your ago.
Dad men oxcuso tholr faults; good
men will leave them. JoUmou.
Horse Lost In' Storm. '
W. Wi Lawloiit who owih 330
acres of school hind 10 miles south
ol Mlllicau's ranch, rode out to see
the land lust week, staying with
I.. II. KndclffTe Tuesday night.
Although Mr. I.uwlou thought his
gray saddle horse, secured from
Aunt's Stable, was securely hob
bled while grazing on the bunch
grass Tuesday night, he could not
he found Wednesday morning.
A heavy snowfall curly Wednes
day morning prevented Mr I.nw
ton from tracking the missing
horse. After spending four days
looking for the nnimul, Mr. Law
ton walked in to Uend Inst Sunday
end Monday, hoping that the horse
had returned to the stable. An
vet Mr. I.uwtou has not located the
A Card from the Pastor.
To the Congregation of the Prcs
bytcrlnii Church, Greeting: Wc
learn from the Presbytery that the
Reverend J, P. Vernon, Sunday
School Missionary, will occupy the
pulpit on the and and 4th Sabbaths
of December. And after that we
Iioh to have a younger and
stronger man us n permanent min
ister. My services with the Con
gregation, closed therefore last
Subbath evening, In retiring
from the work of the Presbyterian
Chinch in Ik nd, let me thank the
Congregation for their co operation
in the work, and for the many cour
tesies I have received from 'hem
And cvith best wishes fur the work
In new hands, and a piaycr foi
God's Hlessing to rest upon you all,
I am very sincerely your (riend,
J. Anthony Mitchhm..
P,esl llstato Transfers.
(I'uml'lied tiy C100V Cmuty Abttlttt CHnpny.)
Laura MrCaflefV lo I'rank W. MeCaf.
ferv. lol 8. q and to. blk. 47. Ucduiund:
I'rank W. McCarthy to I.. K. Smith.
I0U8, valid 10. hlk 57, Kcdmoud; ft.
1.. I). U'lrt and Hlfe to I.ylle Tomii
He Co., lot 6, l.lk. 5, WietlorU; ft.
I.cl I). Wtc.t and wile to I.) tie
ToMiulte Co , lull 1, a, 3 and 4, blk. u,
l.rvl I). Wlent anil wife In t.vllr
Towiulte Co , loll I J, 14. 15, 10, blk, IJ,
Thotiia Arnuld and wife to W. I' Ar.
fiold. H ue( and wi e Sec. 8, 15
kulintiiid Towtulle Co. to 11 I'. An.
ileiwui. lot 7, blk. ,, Krdinoiid; 5125.
Heml TohhiUc Co to Anna S. Watte,
loti t, 3, J and 5. blk. 3 J, 1'ark Addition,
V C Uuwlre to Mil. C. A. Innrt tun
ttaeu ol laud in nw,' nw( rj, 17-11;
Minnie McCafTcrr ct al to J. W Den
nil, lota 5. 6 and 7, blk. 7, McCaffciy'a
riiM nuuiiAni. oipiriv; i.
Viola Arnold and huth-nid to ltlia M.
UoiImiii. wU iivi !. tie! ttw! and nu U'
lie V See 17. 15 Ii; fj.
wllliaiu King to lM 1'olndeiter.
tell tvtU and ) e'J Sec. lo- ,i
twJX hcr.jo, 6.. f iou.
Ilciut TuHittlteCo. lo IauIc Younir.
loll 7 and H. blk. 13, llcnd.
l.aldlaw Towiulte Co. to Mra. Clinton
Trotter, lot 3. blk. 56, Latdlaw, S5
U. t. (.oe, iruilec, to I. I'. Taueart.
nwU Sec. I. 31 0: ii'K.
(f. P. I'Utllalll lO I. ii. Laurtpnrr lnl
to, blk 5, Iletid; ft.
Subscrilw for The Uullctin.
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endeavored to include all of our patrons and friends in this list it is possible that your
name may have been omitted. If you have not received an invitation we will consider
it a favor if you will let us know, as we wish to make our mailing list as complete as
possible. Yours very truly,.
A. M. Lara c&, Co.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
!toM!tmrnt of Ihr Interior,
V S. Land Officr t Lakrvltvr, Or.,
Mov 5, lyto.
Notice l hrrtbr rlrro that -
erKwIaud, Orrcen, ho, u March It. lvr,
ui.dr llomrtiri.1 tutry No et?i. for nU new
wu ncu, Mi( nrvf l,Tim,K I K. w
M . tiatfilnl uotlce oflntrnllun to make Htol
Cetnniuuiion ptcn.r. to r.t.bllih eUliu to the
Utid boc dtKtlbrd. beforr Cummtuionrr It
C Hill., at IHud, Orrfsu, en Ihr IJih Jyl
Cllliuadt mmrili wltnn.
O. W Tfli4rtl and William Vandctcrt, ol
llrtw.OrrriHi. and WMUm Rvtlnvhabi and W.
G, lBrJhw of Holm4, Utrian.
JB-4 AKIIIUK W. 1IKTON, KC(ttrT,
,BEND, Ore., November 16th, 1910.
Ar. Business Alnn,
Mns It occurred to you that nothing so indicates the character
nnd business ability of a correspondent as the kind of stationery he
If it's shoddy, poor paper and unattractive printing, you can't
help thinking the writer must resemble his letterheads. But let
the stationery be good something out of the ordinary, something
"snappy" in new tints, nnd well-arranged, attractive printing and
you'll find yourself favorably impressed even before you've reiid the
Well, we have the stock for you to choose from the. largest and
most varied assortment of attractive papers to be found in Central Or
egon There are many tints, many different kinds and finishes, from
famous "Old Hampshire Bond" to the latest linen styles and colors in
"Mail Order" and "Paragons." And we can do the printing do it the
way you want it done. And please remember that we handle alt kinds
vof Job wbrk cards, leaflets, billheads, announcements, loose leaf sys
tems etc. You can have your work done here in Bend, and have it done
well and promptly. Also, it won't' cost you any more' than if vou sent'
itto Portland or Kalamazoo.
.Tm - r.nntm'M,itm,K irntrfimr.ii.i.iimrriii.' rrirrtfriiimwipnrttn'---' ----;..ir;..iri
tho Pleasure of the Company
of Yourself and Family
Third Birthday Party
'The Store of Better'Valiies"
December 2nd and 3rd, 1910
From 7 A. M. to 10 P.M.
Refreshments Will Be Served from 2 to 5
and 7 to 9 P. h. on Both Days
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Dvpaitmrot of the Interior
U. 8. Land OOke at The Illr. Or
October Ji, ivio.
Notice U bcttby itren that
Uevrse W Cain,
of Head, OlttfOfl. who, oa Nartmbtr 15th. I90J.
made llommead No MTV" (xril No )r44.)
hirK'(iUiUK)ln ijihiIHb,v l
jo. T I S K 11 K . W M , ha filed uotlccoT In
trotlou to nuke fiaat five-rear proof, to t.ubluh
claim la Ihr Undabore daaerlbrd. before II C.
Ifliu, u. CsamiikaeT, at bit oSke at Dead,
urrton, on the ijth day of December, if M.
Calmaut namra aa wltaeaae
Hred A btwoqutat. KtcMrd Klac. 8r.. I. An
thony Mitetutl, '. O. Minor all of Head, Ore
Ken. (jt-M) CW.MOORH.Hnl.Ur.
THE BEND BULLETIN.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior,
U. 8. Land OBcc at The DaUca, Or ,
w October n. J-
Notice la bcrrbr jlrrn lhat
Ceorf e W Shnner,
of Bend. Oreg on. who, oa March 4th, 1909, made
HomnteadNd O4Mr,l0ltw)( a)f, acK aK Bee.
Il aA tH nwtf bec l. T. ao S.. K 11 K.. W M ,
haa filed notice of latentloa to mike final Com
mutation proof, to eaiabllah claim lo the land
aburc described. before M. C. KUU.U S. Commit
iwncr. al hta omcc, at Beud, Oregoa, on the Ijth
day of December, if to.
Ctairaant same a arltncaaca.
JamraK Sawbtll. WOUam r. Vandrrrrt, Cort
B. Allen, Ice T. Tbotatrup, all of Head, Oicgon
jj J9 C. W. MOOSE, krgUUr
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