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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1911)
The Bend Bulletin has
made arrangement with
for clubbing the two
papers at a great re
duction from the usual
prices. In addition to
such reduction, each
yearly subscriber will
receive free a set of the
well known Rogers sil
ver plated teaspoons,
which usually sell for
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the design of the tea
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the popular Narcissus
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and they go absolutely
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ers at the rates above
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LAVERTY'S SOLEMN WISH.'
It Cam With Sigh Afttr H Paid
For Hla Flr.t Cocktail.
Mr. l-averty liml his flrst tiny n(T In
seven yeur rweutly mill divided In
take mlrnnlnire of It by niovtiut In
"hldi HiK-lcty." Tor seven year lie
li ml iwllttl early and Into for the Unit
ed tins Improvement ixmiviny. In
Hh hivii yenr Mr. jtvrty hml
tine tunny mile of illtclu Hint lift it
tln Insertion of small piped liml dil
igently till cil them up nptltt: hence
he tmd little I line to mlnde with ih"
elite In thwe year; hence nN the
prhle nntl plnry of his new mill when
In strullcd Into (Invn'ii hotel Unit
To he sure ho folt out of place
among the "swells" ho saw there, hill
ho wouldn't show It If ho eonld help
It. A neighbor nt tho bar ordered n
cocktail, iiml Mr. loverly when ask
ed hi pleasure hy tho whlto nutted
gentleman tM'hlmt tho Imr merely nod
"i woiirii now its knowmi."
ded his lion J toward 111 neighbor's
slans and wild, "Giro inc. ono ar
As the drink was In course of prep
aration ho Inlil n silver quarter on tho
bur nnd stood rendy for the beverage.
As tho barkeetier not down the drink
ho swept Mr. IjivortyV quarter up
with the other hand nnd put It In tho
register. Mr. Laverty drunk hla "ono
ar thlui" uml stood patiently nt tho
bar fully twenty minute before the
barkevjier toirt; further notice of him,
but when linked If ho wanted another
Mr. La vert y shook hla head.
"Are you waiting for anytblngr the
barkeeper nuked htm some ten mlu
"1 am that." answered Mr. Ijtverty.
"I nru wnltlnc for mo chance."
"You have no change coining." an
wered the lutrkeoer. striving to sup
press a smile. "Mixed drinks are nil
'St cent here."
"I wonder bow he knowed I was a
Mirk." wild La vert y as he left the
"Mirk's drinks a quarter: no colly.
I wish I wan Dutchr-I'lilladclphla
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The doctor had looked at the pa.
Mont's toncue. taken his temperature,
felt bis pulxe and was at the point of
learlnc the room when tip 'paused lo
say to the sick man's wife. "Madame.
In addition to your clvlnc the medi
cine I hare prewrtbod I wish you
would see (bat every morning your
husband pets a shower bath."
The woman looked worried, "nut.
doctor. nhe propounded anxiously,
"what am I coin to do the mornln's
we don't have no showers?"
The Bend Townsite Company
OWNERS OF THE ORIGINAL TOWNSITE AND ADDITIONS.
North Addition Center Addition Lava Road Addition Park Addition
ALL STRJCTLY INSIDE PROPERTY.
PRICES AND TER.MS ATTRACTIVE.
Mrs. Briggt' 8patch.
Mrs. TlrljrcH lived lu tho northern
part of lufllann. a lorn: dlxtance from
any rlllace. Hearing that the Itev.
Mr. Uoodwlu was to preach In n town
blp some twenty miles distant, she
resolved to be present, and. as no
other way offered, she walked the
twenty miles. The pastor heard of
this and was so pleased nt the appre
ciation which It showed that at the
close of the sermon he mentioned the
fact lo the congregation and called
upon Mr. Ilriggs to tell them how she
Hlslng slowly, she looked over the
audience with great solemnity aud
"I boofed It."
Then she sat down again.
Just try The Bulletin Job Priutcry.
Humor Is not expected on a death
Nil. hut It Is often there. An English
clergyman. Her. Charles D. Kelly, re
littes a good story about the late Iter,
C, II. Hpurgenn. Ho wns on the border
Innd of death at Mentone. and the
nlclit was very stormy. Next morning
a lady said to Spurgeon. "I am afraid
the wild waves disturbed you, Mr.
"No." replied the great preacher,
"but do you know what tho wild waves
ware saying? They wero saying, 'Let
A Hard Jolt.
At a certain college It was the cus
tom to have the students write tho fol
lowing pledge at the bottom of their
examlnaUon papers: "J hereby certify
on my honor that I have neither given
nor received aid during this examina
tion." Soon after handing In his paper to a
professor, noted for bis sarcasm, a
young fellow hurriedly entered the
classroom and said, "Professor. I for
got to put the pledge on my paper."
"Altogether unnecessary." replied the
leather "I have Just finished looking
over your paper, nnd I feel suro that
you did not give nor receive aid."
Notice for Did on Flume.
Notice is hereby Riven that scaled
lids Tor the building ot a flume 448
teet long , will be received up to
toon, Pcimiary nt. I9"t by the
toard of Directors of the Pine
forest Irrigation Company, the
,'otnpaiiy reserving the right to re
ject any or all bids. Plans and
pecifications may be seen at
'ink 1'okkst Irrigation Co.,
By W. J. McGillvkav, "
MHI'OXT OH Till'. CONUITION OH
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iTATK OH ORKOON, 1 ..'
Couuty of Crook, "
I.C.fi. Hudon.Cahlr of Hie atve named
lank, do aolenriily awear.lhat the above ilattj
unit Itliue tolDeU.l of my knowlnjge aud
Kllef C 8. IIUimoN, Ca.lner.
11. C. Cos.
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ButiKt Ibed and aworo lo before me tills 6II1
Hosts the Alall Order House.
Yesterday a farmer and hi, wife
came to the postolTicc at Hcnd In
send an order lo a mail order Iioiim
for somo underwear. The wife
ifoticcd a display of underwear in
the window of Howe's Hconomy
Store, was attracted by the low
prices, and stepped in to examine
the coods. The result was that the
Hconomy Store Mild the bill of
underwear and the catnlouue Iioiimc
lost just that much business.
Mr. Kowe sold the parties a
better gurmcut than the catalogue
house offered and nt ns low n price
when postage on the garment was
added to the catuloguc price. Aud
furthermore, the farmer mid his
wife do not have to wait two weeks
during the coldest part of winter
for their goods to arrive. 46
Timber Alan Visits Itend.
Last Sunday evening A. O
Hunter, Sam Brooks and Clyde
McKay arrived from Portlund to be
in Bend until the hitter part of this
week looking over the local situ
Mr. Brooks is n member of tlu-Scaulon-Gipson
Lumber Co. 01
Minneapolis, an organization winch
is a very heavy owner of timber in
weeks. II is establishing agencies ccrlcs and implements. Ai this
ftir the Schncht car, nud has touch
id nil point, north of here, without
mishap to his machine despite the
hud winter road.
freighting to Fort Rock.
The Port Rock country is build
ing tip very rupidly, and settlers
arc Still pouring in. Last Friday
morning cvcti fic'iglit outfits left
ilond for tlisre, lo.tdwl with grn-
locality was settled up last summer,
the newcomers are now in ft posl
lion togonlicnd with their Improve
incuts, utid the merchant there re
port that business is very good.
bay hMH, we l(ht about yi
Came to this plar during the tummer, one
1.11k whit. .
11 mitiiMii. Mau.iMCii un i.rt nit. Ok
4 tear old.
Owotrmi liavMmeby ylni had bill tlaa
Ji' I, alto far llil. advcillwnif nl.
Okii. W. WiMta A Hosa.
Tumalo, Otfisn, Jan. ti, lyii, 44!
. Airs. Kedfleld Iliitertalns.
Mrs. C. M. Redfield entertained
Saturday afternoon at her home in
honor of her sister, Mrs, Van Pit.
Maurice. There were four tablet,
of "500." Mrs. Kd. Urostcrhoti
was the winner of the first prize,
while Miss Cornelia Wilson carried
ofT second honors.
Auto Alan Tours Interior.
Charles Carothers arrived Satur
day evening hnving driven his
Schncht auto from Shaiiiko. Mr.
Carothers was the only man to take
u car out of Shauiko aud down the
I Subscribed and aworo lo berore me inii mil 1 u uui uui ui .iuiu m... uunru niw
- J u'iiio7,ieitvot.M. Notary r.uic I Cow Cunyou grade for several
IS THE TIME
TO GET OUT THAT
We Have New Type, New
Stock, New Ideas and
All Are At Your Service.
The Bend Bulletin.