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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1912)
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WE OWN 3,500
BEND PARK COMPANY
Empire Building, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON
CROOK COUNTY COFFEE
Unique Kvhlblt Made at Portland
Land Products Show.
( Portland Telegram).
There Is one exhibit In tbo land
products show where the coffee beau
can be found as It crows. Amaxlng
as It seems, that exhibit U from
Crook county, tho seml-arld realm
where there are cold nights the year
through, and where dry farming
methods arc necessary. Tho coffco
has been grown on a mere bush,
which the expert manager of the ox
h'blt has nursed to maturity, Just to
show what be can do.
The exhibit suggests anything but
n tropical Jungle, where coffee In Its
natural suto thrive. If ever an
oxhlMt was arranged to make the
Western plainsman homesick, it Is
this. After looking at it for a mo
ment, you aan smell the sagebrush
who had been cofnued fully dresMil.liad
under hU bead "Sauadow'a -Horace."
at hU feet Ilentley "Milton. in bU
right hand a Greek Testament and in
his left band a small "Horace.' The
six on repairing to bis bouse to a cold
repast had to sing the tliirty-Onit od
and drink a cheerful glass before retir
ing at 8 p. m. This done, directed tb
will. "Think no more of John Cnder
Books In Anelint Rome.
It has been pointed out that In old
Homo books were iictunlly produced
and sold more easily nnd quickly thno
they nrv In modem time. With hl
trained staff of render nnd trnnxcrlb
era. It Is contended, iiu iintiiMit Itomitn
publUher could turn out nn trillion of
any work nt very cheap niton mid al
most n moment' notlie. Then was
of course, uo Initial expenxe f tyjn
nettlmr before n single copy could lx
the complete edition could. It Is said,
be ready If necessary within twenty
four hours. Tbe old Itoniun libraries
wero Immense as -well as splendid.
Plutarch says that the library of l.u
cullus. who expended much of hi mon
ey on books, "bad walks, galleries and
cabinets open to all visitors." It wai
proposed by Julius Caexar to open this
library to the public Hurler's.
Ths Usual Kind.
On Jlmmle's birthday bis uncle gave
him a knife HU mother told him he
ought to ghe lilt uncle n Miiiy so Hint
It would not cut their frlrniUlili.
"Oh. well." rejoined Jlmmle. "It
won't cut anything else, so I guru It
won't cut our friendship." Chicago
produced, no t-oxtly extras tn tbe formi
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bueearoos riding through the grease-1 aenpt cnine irom me nuiuor; iuw iui , t0 make o camiutiKii: now mm
wood as they attend the fall rodeo, I lUhcr handed It to bis slaves, and II rCh I don't dure to.H-l)utrolt
and see stcors fatenlng on the whit-! the book were of ordinary dimension! , t.n
ened bunehgrass of the rolling hills. I
If over a setting was designed to Bug- 4,,'',,'''?
Nsvsr Had Cbanes.
"Why linvi hii nevt-r run for of.
fleer astiil the n-iHirti-r.
"Well." nald th wealthy cltlxen.
wlimi I was younger I was too oof
cost the ouiioslte of a coffeo plant a
tlon. it Is that whiff from what tho
world has regarded as the "Eastern
Hut the coffee Is thero In Its native
pod, on tho bush which grew on a
Prlnevlle farm. It Is not Mocha or
Java, but the veracious word of the
master of this exhibit is given that It
Is real coffee, of the bush variety, and
that Its homo was waoro the coyotes
serenade at night and Jackrabbita
disport all the time.
For originality. It li conceded by
visitors that the I'rinevllle exhibit Is
remarkable. It Illustrates the pace
of development between tho Uockles
and Cascades, where the sagebrush Is
universal. An Indian topee Is on tho
right, begrimed with smoke, from
which It would not surprlie one to
see the greasy face of a Piute pro
trude. There la sreasewood and
sagebrush nest, and then the famous
hunohgrasa, just as It Is taken from
the Kastern Oregon hills. Then
come the first products of the white
man, and finally all the vegetables
ajjd fruits known to the region.
Ccesntrle John Undsrwood.
Jo Iiu Uuderwood. who died at Whit
tltea. Knglsud. lu 17X1. left soum odd
Instructions for bU burial. HU fortune
of (IS.UUU went to bis sUler. jtrovided
(bat. no bell was tolled at bU grate, tic
relative followed bU cotUli and vsrlotu
triher nVrsugeaieuts werv carried out
Klx meu ouljr were Invited and niiuewt
l Jt to t-oiue in "Mm k." wlui received
1U Ktiliies each for their nervlivA
iVrvlcr ver. an' arch wim raided ovet
Uw grveu psluted corojj, wftb "Nn
o.mi.Im llorUr. I733.1 liMwrilied ou
-while .marble. , Tiie.nU jueii 40g. tbt
We Have Taken Over the Entire Stock of
of the Pine Forest Lumber Co.,
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oi any size. In addition we carry
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Brick and Fire Clay.
Also COAL and LAND PLASTER.
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Oreg. Investment Co.
Wall Street, Bend, Oregon
fl Htsiixit of be twentieth ode of tb
ecuud book u Uoruce.
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