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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1914)
IIK I1KN1 lll'M.KTIN, 11KNI), OHK WKDNKHDAY, OCTOlUm 7, 10! I.
Summary of Assessment Roll
TOTAL 1-Xm iOU, NOT I.NCIjUMXG 1U11MC SKUV1CK COM'OltATIOXS,
IS $10,tn2,7UH. -
Assessor II. A. Foster tins Issued tho following
mont roll for 1914. It Is incomplete a It duos not
public sorvlro corpornUona.
Acres of tltlntilo lands
Acres of non-tlllnlile lands
Iniprovomouts on deeded or patented lands ......
Town nnd city lots
Improvements on town nnd olty tots. ...,.
Improvements on ImhIb not deeded or patantotl. . . .
Knglncs nnd manufacturing mnchlnury ..........
Merchandise? nnd stock In trade
Farm Implements, wagons, carriages, ot. ...... . .
Money, notes nnd accounts
Shares ot Btock
Hotel and olllco furniture
Horses and mules.
Shetp .'.... .
summary of the nsMiw
Include the property of
MI say, WokkIo, I'm In nn nwful
tnrss, MUs Smart menus to sue mo
for 'Inventh of pwomlso' or somothln
howwld llko tlint.
"Vans I snlrt I wns nwfully sowwy
nut to n Rk her to nmwwy me, hut dud
would out mo off If I did, nnd nil she
said wan, 'You needn't Imagine I'm the
kind of n ulrl that accepts nil nndofcv
for n man ' "New York Trlhnno.
Fresh cottnKO choose on Bttlo it
tho Creamery nt nil times. Adr 2U32p
HK1NH FOIl RAM.
"Vov Hont," "For Hale," 'llowiim
to Iiet", "HouNcktyplntt lUmnts," "No
Ailmlttitnre," "No tyuinkluir," etc.,
etc., riacnnN printed In largo typo
on heavy tirfatol hoard, 1.1 cents ouch,
lows In ipmutltlcM. lliillelln Olllco. 12tf
H. A. FOSTElt, Assessor.
Msstsrs of Music Who Had Nles Tm
psrs of Thtlr Own.
Rvcn In the presence or his royal
pupils Handel would sometimes tly Into
most violent ikiksIoiis.
"You furt yourself, Mr Handet. a
court nttendnni Kild rvpruriticljr on
one such owitslon "You should show
more rcspovt to her myiil highness!"
"ltoynl hlKlinesP btiortitl the musi
cian coiiteittptuuutdy. "Hah! De ro
pt U due tu mel There arc many
brinevssos. hut only one Ilnndcir
On another occasion, when (Jeorpj L
sent, a mesMHKe summoning htm to an
Interview, be returned this answer:
"Dell his Imjesty be bust wald. By
tlbv Is bore Imlwrdant dsn blsP
Vlottt. the famous French musician
of tho eighteenth century, bad an
eqilnl contempt for royalty nnd nn ex
aggerated opinion of himself, as tho
following story shows: One day be
was summoned to Versailles to play
before Mnrle Antoinette nnd the court.
The performance Imd begun: tbe open
ing bars of his favorite solo command
ed breathless nttentlon. when a cry
"Place for Mgr the Corote d'Artolsr
At tho sound Vlottl Immediately
ceased playing, cast an Indignant
glance at bW audience, placed his vio
lin under till arm nnd walked out of
When Marie Antoinette once Inquir
ed of Cluck bow his new opera was
progressing be nnswered. "Madame, It
Is nearly finished, and I assure yon It
will be superb," a conceit which was
rivaled by that of Meyerbeer, who,
when a friend declared that If any
thing better conk! Ik composed than
one of his rival operas be would dance
on bis head, answered. "If that is so
1 should ndrle you to start practicing I
nt once, for I have Just commenced j
the fourth net of The Hitgtirnutsr "
Even Haydn. uiwlly the most rood
est of men. sltuired at times that be
had as good an opinion of his owu
merits as any of bis admirers. On
one ocraslun. when a friend said to
him of hi "Hakimon" symphonies,
"Sir. I am strongly of opinion that you
will never surpM thee wonderful
symphonies." he nnawervd placidly.
"No: I never man to attempt the lin
possible!" CURIOUS CARD TRICK.
It Dssft With Odd Numbers, and th
Explanation li a Mytttry.
There Is a puzzle which may be per
formed with any' odd number of ob
jects, playing cards telng usiinlly em
ployed, nnd which any one can do. but
no one seems able to explain the rea
son for It. Let us supjxxe the number
selected to tie twenty-wren cards, al
though fifteen or twenty-one would do
Just as well.
After having them shuffled hold them
Jn tbe left hand face upward and then
deal them face upward one at a time
In three piles so that the fourth card
comes on tho first and the fifth on tbe
top of tbe second and so on until you
have three piles of nine cards each.
Itequest nny person who Is watching
you to make a silent note of any card
be pleases, and when you have finished
dealing to tell you In wblcb pile the
cord lies, Uy picking up tho three piles
again ono at a tlmo as before, the not
jjd card will reappear. Ask In which
pile It came that time and place that
pile In tbe middle m before.
Upon dealing the cards Into three
piles for tho third time note carefully
the card that comes In tbe middle of
each pile. With twenty -seven there
will be nln In each pllo and tbe fifth
will be tho mlddlo card. Now, when
tbe person who selected the card names
tbe pile in which his card comes you
will know It was tbe middle card of
that pile. With this knowledgo In your
possession you can finish tbe trick In
any mannet you please.
This Is only a statement of results,
but what Is tho explanation or reason
for It? What Is the rule that make It
nlways coino out right, regardless of
the number of objects used, so that It
Is odd? New York Bun.
Where the Fault Lay,
A newspaper man tells of a friend
who edited, with more or less success,
u paper lu h small town. That ho was
souiowhnt dltfcouraged by the 'lack of
Interest shown In his Journal was evl
dented by tbl notice which one nftur
uoou appeared on the editorial page:
"Iiurglnrs entered our hoiuo last
night To the everlasting shame of the
community for whose welfare wo have
labored, bo it said, they got nothing."
Shrank From the Job.
Angry Customer- You ccrtnlnly took
an execrable photograph of me. Pho
tographerHut, sir, my plates nro sen
sitive ouev-Itnltlmorc American.
S or RE
Wonderful Medicinal Mineral With Marvelous Curative
Powers Now Sold in Bend
Every one learns from hi own expe
rience; the who leiirn also from tho ex
perleiice of other.
Is It Done Right?
If It If. let well enough alone- nut un
less It U up to the mark In every detail
come and see us.
LOW PRICES, BETTER SERVICE
Bend Steam Laundry.
AND MIY CLEANING
Put Your Duds
In Our Suds"
Tho announcement that Akox tho
wonderful California medicinal min
eral was going to bo Introduced to
the pcoplo ot Uoad by tho Patterson
Drug Co. wns responsible for many
pcoplo calling nt tho Company's storo
during tho past wcok to mako Inquir
ies of tho Akox man about tho mnr-
especially was thoro n great deal
of Interest regarding tho assertion of
Mr. Mnckonxlo tho discoverer of
Akor, that tho mlnornl remedy was
cffectlvo in relieving nil ntomncii
trouble, r li o u in n 1 1 s in, diabetes,
HrlRht'a dlsenso, ulcers, catarrh,
piles, eczema and other ullmontB. To
thoso Inquiries It was axplulned thnt
Akos Is put up In different vna
simply for convenience In u. There,
Is an lntornl preparation nnd com-
pound and oltment for oxturnnl use
The former troats tho cnuso and the
latter relieves tho effect. In rhu-
niatlsm the pn!n Is stopped In a rv
applications of the compound, while
a few weeks of tho mineral water '
gives permanent relief from the
All forms ot stomach trouble yield
readily to the Akoz treatment. Kid
ney, liver and bladder trouble also
prove easy prey to tbe wonderful
mineral. Neuritis, nouralgln, gou.
ecxema and uleers quickly give way
to the Akoz remedy.
That Akox has merit Is attested by
thousands of letters of praise, written
to the Naturo comimny of San Fran
clseo, prominent nmong them Thomas
Phelps. Jr.. of Alameda, U. 8. N., re
tired, (ieorgo Van 8mlth, noted ollt
leal writer; former Senator Savage of
San Pedro; Mrs. J. H. Alexander,
1GI0 Shntto street, Im Angeles; Joe
Murphy, baseball writer of the 8. K.
Call; Fred Smith, automobile editor
of the L. A. TrlbHne; Huv. K. A.
I & &9HEm
The Largest Insurance
Agency in Central Ore.
it's tho way wo writo our policios."
Our policios pay 100 cents on tho dollar.
Wo hnvo over 400 satisflod policy holders.
Tho largest insurers in Crook County aro
our loading customers
Bend Insurance Agency
First National Dank Building Bond, Oro.
POMCIKB THAT I'llOTKCT.
JOHN II. MACKK.Y.IK
Discoverer at Akox
tint Revenue Collector, John C.
Lynch; Mrs. WlthersitooH of I.o An
koIom; Qeorge Hmorson, orack Santn
Fe engineer of Frosno; Ceorre Itob-
oris, capitalist nnd banker of Coalln
ga, all ot whom got complete relief
from Various kinds of aliments.
Akox Is sold by the Patterson Drug
Co., where you nro Invited to call.
WIMe, venerable Methodist mlauter, phono or writo for further Informa.
ot Kuroka: former Stnto Bonator A.ltion regarding thla advertisement.
Muentor of Ilerkeluy; formor Inter-1 Advertisement.
The Dairy Commissioner rules that
MUST BE MARKED
Dairy liuttcr full weight given in
ounces mill the iiaiiic anil adtlrttss of
the maker. Do yours comply with
the law? If not, have some printotl
THE BEND BULLETIN
Give you all of the good
and hone of the bad effedts
of coffee. They eliminate
the poison and make coffee
PURE and WHOLESOME
The ELECTRIC TOAST
ER makes ideal toast. We
have a few at $2.50
the BEND WATER LIGHT
b POWER CO.
r-e-a-,-..- .jr-sK ---!--?.-.-- t .,-y
extends to you a cordial invitation to
make this hotel your headquarters.
THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND REFITTED.
Rooms without hath 81.00 ami up. Rooms
with private hath 31.50 and up. LOCA
TION CENTRAL. REST of SERVICE.
A RESTAURANT WITH FOOD AND PRICES RIGHT.
C. II. SHAKER, Manager
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The Miller Lumber Company
Wenandy Livery & Auto Co.
ii - . ... . ,, ,, L TTi--.i. V ili.. U., i is Hi 1 3C
NEW AUTO TRUCKS
Will bo put on between Bend nnd Silver Lnko April.!.
HEND.LA PINK S2.G0
HRND-KOUT ItOCK $4.C0
BEND-SILVEU' LAKE.. $5.00
will bo clinrKwI en nil Exprcsti und BiifrjrnKO.
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