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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1910)
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ROBERT B. GOULD
Civil Enoinkkr and Survkvok
SAVE MONEY ?
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Horticultural fire Relief of Oregon
Home office, S.ilcui, Ore.
Let me explain
S. H. SNYDER Agent, Bend, Ore
Dr. A. A. BURRIS.?OT..&!.
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Without th Ue of ltus or Suiiry. tr
Ihr Natural Mrlhtkl.ef llt.ltnu. Chron
ic SpwI.lljr. Cuimilutlon f rr
Member of Iht Si.te in J N.lion.l N'turupll
Office to Hetaltag Bfctt.. nd. Orrjoi
Horseshoeing a Specialty.
Corner Bond and Oregon Streets.
Physician and Surgeon
Docliute. Hanking nnd Trust Co.
Wall street, Bend, Or.
F. H. MAY
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OPPICR IS FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDC
Vernon A. Forbes
FIRST NATIONAL DANK DLOG.,
U. C. COE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
OFFICE OVKR FIRST NATIONAL BK.
Office Hours: lo to 12 a, m.; 1 to 3 am
7 to 8 p. til.
Bknd, :- Orkgoj
F. 0. MINOR
LIFE FIRE ACCIDENT
Notary FuUlic ami Conveyancing Al
Legal I'jpcrs Correctly Drawn.
Crook County Abstract Co.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
to all land and town lots in Croulc count v
B. F. Wyldk, Secy.
We pbotopraph the record.
VThls new Winchester
shoots a heavier bullet
and hits a harder blow
than any other recoil
operated rifle made. It
is more powerful than
the .30 Army, of big
game hunting fame. The
loading and firing of this
rifle are controlled by
the trigger finger. It
.HITS LIKE TUE IIAMMER OP 1H0B
S$ni lor Ulattrattd circular fully
itialblng (Mi iuw rill vhltH
hat itttnith and povtr pm.
New Ilsvea, Coaa 0. S. A.
HE NEVER MISSED.
A Will Pals", Fltry Job TTrat Wara
Man Out In FifUn Yars.
The man who stod at the lever lint)
a story that 4i common all over Amer
ica. Ten years before he hml been n
pennant lad In a dull Itttlo village In
Irvliind Driiwn up niul along by the
piiitcmnt tide, he had drifted to Chi
vugu, mid I ii" re lu the work he hnd
etmgdt the true spirit of the plnee,
which In to I ml n ever; uerve ami
rle lie hnd riven. Ills pny vrtt JDO
a week He worked ever; night from
tl in. to n. in., twelve vigilant
hour Wuii'hluit ttuwc three innin
moth tanks, by the tints aud hues lu
thi'lr folumun of tlnuie tiu ettuld tell
Jmt when to wrench back a lever
rtilx tii did over u hundred times In
the iilcht, hihI U he missed by so much
as llilny MiimW be spoiled thousands
of dollar' worth of ateeL lie uever
To bold tbl.i Job la to Jam the
strength of a llfetlmo Into fifteen
yenr-at Ji0 a week. The ninu rvoog
nlml this as a itmlter of course, only
qualifying It by the remark that be
Jsnew of a redheaded Scotchman at
Uimotriiil who had held It seventeen
yeurx tK'for breaking That his whole
life hnd been chanced; that the Utile
Irish vlllncv. the misty bos nnd the
horeli were bark lu another ate. ou
nuothrr planet all this be felt vague
ly ami summit! It up, with a twinkle
"Shure." he Mid. "It's a terrible quick
spin this ould wurld la afther takluV
Hut he loved the Oery Job, wiled the
mice tanks "me darlin'a" and said be
would rather be what he was than b
president. Eruest Poole in Every
COLORS IN FUGS.
Rtd Is th Most Frsqutnt. and Aftsr
That Corns Blu.
It Is entirely appropriate, of course,
that red. the war color, should appear
so frequently In (ho dags of the vari
ous nuttous. Of the das of the conn
tries of the eastern hemisphere there
la only one that of (J recce which
doea not ahow the martial color. In
the western hemisphere, however, we
and several standards not ebowing
red. The (lairs of the Argentine He
public, llrazlt. Nicaragua. Guatemala.
Uruguay and Uonduraa contain no
In tbla country there la no red In
the union Jack or In the flags of the
secretary of the nary, the admiral of
the nary, the rear admiral senior in
rank and the rear admiral Junior In
rank. lied appears In the pennant of
the rear admiral secopd In rank and
the pennant of the revenue marine.
The United States mall dag also show
red. and that color is also found In
the pennants for the vessels of the
lighthouse service, the yacht ensign,
the ensign or the revenue marine, the
president's and the secretary of war's
The dags that are almost entirely
red. except for the devices abown
thereon, are those of Austria-Hungary.
EgypL Morocco and Japan. The flag
of Turkey Is practically of a solid red.
After red the prevailing color In flags
la blue. Harper's Weekly.
The balloon pilot lauded la the little
backwoods village and told the loiter '
era the thrilling story of bis escape.
"And at one time." be related, with
dramatic force. "I was lu a storm and
sweeping over a vast desert. There
was nothing to do but throw out sand
and prepare for the worsL Gentlemen.
at one time I felt as If I had loat my
bead and gone plnmb crazy."
The oldest Inhabitant slowly lighted
bis pipe and drawled, with a sarcastic
"You must bare been plumb crazy,
bub. to throw sand on a desert. Didn't
you think there was enough sand
there alreadyf-Chicago News.
What Inttrmltttney Mom.
Intermlttency la that form of Irregu
larity In which the pulse appears to
drop a beat occasionally. lu some In
stances It occurs regularly and two or
three times per minute for aereral
hours. Sometimes also It Is very Ir
regular and Is noted a uumber of
times within a few seconds aud not
again for a minute or more. This pe
culiarity generally causes much un
easiness, yet, while it may be a very
serious symptom and associated with
grave and Incurable disease of the
heart. It often signifies merely a func
tional disturbance which la in nowise
Why H Got Up.
It was only about noonday, but the
commuter yawned. lie yawned heavl
ly two or three times.
"Got up at 0 o'ekek." be explained.
"Had to catch my train. When my
wife waked me 1 aald to her: 'Six
o'clock! The chickens baren't begun
to crow yet, have they? Why must 1
get np before the chickens do, I'd like
" 'I don't know,' she aald. 'unless It's
because you're no chicken.'" New
"now did they manage to en imob
fine thumb print of the burglar?" 1
"ine house bad been painted tbnt
day, and be Jpst couldn't resist the
1 temptation to feel of the paint to see
it was dry." Houston Tost.
nuJIoylnYnn seem unhappy.
Mrs. Doyle I am. I don't bellere
If I were to die my honbaad
would wear as deep mourning as he
did for hla flrat wife-New York Tress.
Scruples too rigid are nothing else
bnt concealed pride. Goethe."
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