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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 21, 1903)
Loss of Appetite
Is lowiofv'tiillly, vigor or time, iiinllsoitcn
n liertiiiMirir prostrating slckuetii,
nils In why It n unions mid mont serious
to I'poiito thut inllt ku-pupuud doing or
The I'fdt thing vim run ilu for Ion of dp
petite U lu lika
1 1, will iiiitkn you rrndy t nt, HUs a rcl
lili to your ruoil, nnd iimIM In It" iIIkckIIoii,
Till gliut medicine rules nil Monmcli
troulikN it ml IiiiIIiIii ti v (ho whole yntctn.
OLD INDIAN IIATTM1 OP.OUND.
Tokens ol peace rid War Pound In the
Kcnnswlck Vallsy, Washlnglou.
Wliorn llio great steel brldgo of tlia
Northern I'aclllo railway spans tlm
Columbia river, half way botwsan HK.
Knuo aud Haatlle, Washington, and
near Urn confluence of tlio Hunko and
Columbia livers thorn was fuught sixty
yuan ago a battle to tliu tlnatti botweeu
two Indian tribes, probably the Cay
iiki and the Wallahwallhs or the
OlhollliH, which latter tribe was a rock
loan ami thieving one.
Ortat Irrigating Ultcb Completed.
Tim railway company has recently
cninplittetl a geat Irrigating ditch 26
miles long and 20 loot wide that la
turning thli valley adjacent to the
want bank ol the Columbia from a sage
liruih piano Into what a low years
uoncw will bo an orchard and gaden
lot 20 miles square, with a climate
peculiarly adapted, It li said, to rais
ing "II rt of vegetables, berries,
cachet, applet, plumt, chnrrlaa and
alfalfa. In the tearing up process an
old Indian buttle iriound hasboeu found
on the tame spot whero Lewis and
Clark, tho pioneer explorres, pitched
their camp nd from which they
pushed their way up tiroani to the
mouth of tho Yakima river in tlm year
famous dent rait I'ouiht Thtre.
Thla la all historic ground at at a
later date Grant and hhtrldan and
other noted army olllcort wero tin
tlonol In thla vicinity Grant In 18o2
3. Nherldan In IHIWi-O,' both of them
taking part In repelling Indian upris
ing. In thli old battle ground, and
ilrst by meant of a well, them rran un
earthed recently, skeletons, flint lock
rifle, Indian beads, brss had get bear
ing data of IH4U, broken hatchett,
apear hnodt, elka teeth and a piece of
cloth or matting spun from threads of
weodt or hemp. Kver) thing went to
thow that thlt part of the. Kennewlck
valley wat at one and the tame time
an old Indian battle and burying
ground, at It It now known that the
Indlant congregated here In great nuni
lxre on account of the mild climate, es
pecially during the winter montha
l4wheu tho Inclement wratlier of the
litghor altitudes drovo them into more
Once a Strong Trading I'ott.
How many retideuta of Wuthlngtnn
ttato know that the junction of the
Wallawalla and Columbia rlvera wat,
prior to the Visit ol Lewis alKl Clark,
the clfo of a Ilndson Day company
out, Ft. Wallawalla, now known a
Wallula, and that on their nastbound
trip on Anrll 'JO, 10, Lewia and Clark
crossed the Ccltimbla river hero and
encamped alout a mile from the Co
lumbia, at the mouth of the "Walla
ffe efftr On Hundred bolliri Iteward for an
tiMOl Cktttnti (but can uolttcurod brlialrf
r. . CIIKNKY Co..Prop.1Todo,0.
Wa Ihaundf tit(DJ, hare known J.Cfctoas
forth til I5t?Y. ti'l Ullti lilm prrlt-tlr
bonorllln Ml fcunnrn IraniMtluui and Rn.
nrlallf abtsluctrrjr out auj obligations wad
Waloihu ICikx.hA Maavt,
WbalsitJa Urnsjuii, Toledo, a
nll'CUtrbC'r it Ukaulnl-rBallr.tetlni
llrectlrea lb blood and taueoak lurftwiol
Uiairitaai. rilc7tr tenia. ItoldkaU
Ufl'i raally ftll ar ika btit.
Drown Hat Kmlth named hit new
Jouet Yet, ho cat It it "Snlxxll
Hilrart," after that bruakfatt food he
made bin fortune on. Detroit Freo
"I hid a very severe alckneii
that took off all my hair. I pur
chased bottle of Ayer'a Hair
Vigor and It broutht all my hair
w, D. Qulnn, Marseilles, III.
One thing Is certain,
Ayer's Hair Vigor makes
the hair grow. This is
because it is a hair food.
It feeds the hair and the
hair grows, that's all there
Is to it. It stops falling
of the hair, too, and al
ways restores color to
tl.Hlt.llll. All 4rantt.
If jour dinciUt ctnuot lumilr yi,
tand ua out dollar aud we will axpreit
yoa about. Bt tuia and alve tb nam
of lur uarttJDrofUct. Adilreu,
' J. C. X YKlt CO., Lowtll, Mm.
Kxlinunllvo ti'tl for ywira hnv.c con
vlncnl .loMcph Ji, Kcrroll Unit Niilphiito
of iiliimliium U tin bi'Nt llruprooiliiK tur
wood, I'ullkit ulihiilc or phoHplmtu ot
nminiiiilii, which chirk Hiiiiu-h by omit
ting iimmoiilii gi(H, tin? iiliiinlituin com
pound funiiK nn Infanlhlc iind non-con-dm
ting coii I lug,
Tho Into dlHCuvery In alrawlirrrlca of
diillcylk' livid, a nuwIIIv in neutH rlnu
iiiiillmii, Iiiih mriiicd to confirm tho Idea
that Hume bcrrlm urc u dittlrablu iirtl
do of food for rhrumntlce. Tlm offrct
of tho fruit cannot be due to thu toll-
cyllc acid, however, na leea limn the
liundrwllh of a grain lx- pound It
ImtKirtent twta of the fatal proiwr
llmi of ciirlMiiilo oxldo In tln air huve
been mndo by I'rof. Moneo at the Turin
I'hyalologlcnl limtltule. A heroic tub
Jrct wnt roiiflntHt tliref time in n hrr
niellcnlly amliil Iron cIiuiiiIht, too air
of which wna mixed llret wli 1-1UI3 ot
rnrltonlc oxide, then with 1-JJH5, and
laally with l'i'Ui. On the hint xiktI
incut the man eiiiaed to hrcnthe. being
rvatored wily by oxygen.
While urging tluit the pronoaed lilo
logical aurvey of the .North Hon ahould
neck ineaiw of favoring llehwi nnd tholr
f(Md Mipply, I'rof, W, C. Mclntoah de
clare that no Importaut apcclen la lu
dniigcr of iMfoliiIng extinct. Tho llaliea
were not extcnnlnntcd by tho awnrtui
of gigantic dcatruyeni of rtiittilan
tlmra, wlien the ileeinictlon inuwt at
Iciint have eiiiilil tluit of to-lny by
man, and future extinction netd not bo
Alcohol la coming into ronaldcrablo
uce for llluinlnntloii In Kruuce. The
llnme In innde lumliioun by the itddl
Hon of aurnclrnt rouloll or crude bon
cine, or .the ordinary uon-lumtnoii
flame It iimU to give lncniidaccnce tn
h Welabuch mnntle. llie latter It tho
more luitmrtaiit methiMl. Home lamp
bnve fniui nlxty to eight hundred can-die-power,
and the large ortnbli
lampt, enrryiug their own lllnmtnnnt,
a-ctii to have advantages over gaa or
electricity for many purpose. The
iH-et of the burners yield about thirty
cnndlo-power houra per ounce of alco
hol. TrU have recently been made on the
Ilu. Ion and Maine and the Florida
Kant I'onnt Hallruuda to determine the
value of oil aa fuel for locomotive en
glnce. On tho Klorldn Itallnind it was
found, after n mouth'ii experlmciitlntr
with a locomotive hauling lit regular
lond, that )32.:i gnllone of oil did the
work of one ton of conl. Another teat
ahowt-d 131.8 gullotia of oil to In) equiv
alent tn n ton of conl. In tho Itonton
nnd Mulix- cxpcritueuta the ratio tvua
HO.VU gallon of oil to one ton of conl.
It wiin found that the engine could bo
urged to a greater rapacity with nil
than with coal, and thla with a ainolio
I cm Arc,
lly a singular chnnge of clrcum
atnticea, tho gold minora of Hurting
County, Ontario, Canada, who for
yenrn were I milled lu trying to extmci
the precloun metal fivut Ita matrix by
the pruxence of nrnonlc lu the ore, liavo
lately found the nreenlc to bo more
prolitablo than the gold. Thla la due
at oiico In the great purity of thu Cana
dian a ironic, and to tho rapid oximiw
tlon of the nravnlc dvponlta of Iuglnud
nnd Germituy, At the anniv time, tho
IntriKluctlod of a aucwaaful inethod
Of M'parntlug the gold lucroaia tha
profit of working thu Canadian doput
lit, becaute every ton qf the ariwnlcal
ore carrlnt from ft to fik) worth lf
HOLDINQ HIM TO HI8 WORD.
It I)oa Not Vj to Make Too Hweep
"My dear," said Mr. I'uffer, with
tome dltumy, ua n Htuokltig cherry
pudding wnt plnced on tho tablo lo
foro him, "don't you think you nro
sort of rtinutiig to cherrlea lately? Of
courno 1 hope thut I mIiiiII nlwnya bo
chrrlNhed by you, but when It cornea to
cherrloH In aomo form every menl,
Jiitt cherrlea or Mtuwed cherrlea or
cherry plo or cherry pudding, I be
llovu I could cheerfully domito noma of
our eliorrloH to our lena fortuuntu
"Well. John," anld Ida wife, eiilmly,
"I aiipiioHu you remember what you
mild when you IiinIhIiM on picking the
"Ah, Martini," mild Mr, lMiffer, com
plncently, "thero wna a clean-cut, neat,
workmanlike Job for you, In nplto of
nil your fount and opposition, lu.
Htoad of tho grnsH under tho troo be
ing piled a foot deep with a llttor of
loavoH, twigu and brnuchos broken
from tho tree, nn It Invariably Is
wlion you send n boy rampaging nfter
tho fruit, I cleaned that troo without
inly duuingo to It, and consoiucntly
wltli hardly n ulnglo leaf to bo raked
up off tho griiHii, And I got nil thu
cherries without breaking any of my
ariiiH or logH or nccka, iih you no cheer
fully predicted, too. Still, whllo I
admit I am proud of tho Job, I do not
think It absolutely necessary to live In
definitely upon tlioso cherries 1 guth
erod," "You haven't enten n single ono out
of tho fmv iiimrtH you gathered, John,"
tuld Mrs. I'liffer, potitively, "1 cunned
nit of Uiem."
"Wll, wlirro doca this satiety of
cherries l'vo Iind iiilllctod upon mo for
tho past two days come from, then?"
demanded Mr. I'uffer.
"Do you remember whnt you wild
when I asked you if tho tviw you
picked wero all It wns ponnlbio lo get
from the tree, John?" asked Mrs. I'uf
fer, with a twinkle In her eye.
"Why, yo,-i." acknowledged Mr.
I'ulTer, thoughtfully nnd tusplcloiisly,
"What was It?" persisted his wlfo.
the twinkle widening.
"We-ell, I believe 1 sold that If any
body could get any more otf that trr-o
I'll eat thejn, stones, stems nnd overy
thlug," admitted Mr. Tuffer reluct
antly. "I hnvn't Inslstotl upon the stones
and steins," said his wife, demurely.
"13hi" exclaimed Mr. I'uffer.
"Hut little Jliiiuiy Ilnllou got enough
to Inst about three weeks longer at the
rnto you nro eating them," continued
Mrs. I'liffer, quietly.
Mr. I'uffer solemnly helped himself
to n lnrge, thick slab of tho pudding,
and lHgan slowly stowing it awny.
"Martha," he said, gravely, after n
few minutes of this labor, "If I own
up that I am n little Just n trifle too
old nnd stout to pick cherries as well
as I did when I wns n boy, don't you
think tho hospital would appreciate
a donation of some nice, luscious cher
ries '"Youth's Companion.
BOLD RODIN HOOD'S DAY.
May 1 the Anniversary of III Death
nf I lie Notad Woodtmau.
All Immense lot of Ir-nses still date
from May 1, says the New York Com
mercial Advertiser, but not many of
the lowers or Irsaec know that this
Is simply an ndjouniment of a few
duys fioni Ht. George's day, from
which the lenses of their ancestors
lined to run. This again dates from
the more remote period when the dnte
wns fixed at the time of one moon
after the spring equinox. May day as
a day for strike of workmen Is not
a thing of recent years. It has the
sanction of centuries, If of nothing
else. May 1 is the day on which bold
Itobln Hood wns bled to death by his
treacherous rvlntlvc, and aped his Inst
arrow, which marked where hla grave
should be. The date la at least as cer
tain as that on which Hemus made his
unlucky Jump orcr the rising walls
of Homo. Itobln Hood wns tho hero
nnd mint of tho common people of
Kugland, nnd for centuries tho May
day festivities were Joined to celebra
tions of bin deeds, and tn exultant pro
phecies of tho day when conditions
should ho equalized after the Ideal ot
this knight of their own.
It has lutppwied ever since that when
tho run enters the sign of Taurus and
Itobln Hood's day approaches, the
aturtfy descendant nf his woodsmen,
working at the mechanic's bench, fools
a strange fever burning in his Wood
He feels tlmt lie would like to have a
reckoning with certain "rich earles"
whom ho wots of. llo grows Impa
tlent toward tho "fat bysshoppos nnd
the arehbysubepva," and works him
self Into such n fighting mood that
If Interfered with ho would not hesi
tnte to take a fall out of even the
"hyo sheryffe of Xuttlnghnme." So he
throws down hit. tools nnd hloa him
off to Ihe "greni forest," where shaws
bo sIhvh nnd shnrds full fair," to
gether with u brass Imiid mid plenty of
refreshments. IVrhup he will bring
to ernis (lie proud Nonnnn who owns
the sliop: pcrh nps not; anyway, he has
The floral festivities or the day, in
throe tlmea nnd In thlt country usunlly
adjourned to the first Baturday lu May
are a nut-viral of the old. Itoman festi
vities lu honor of the goddess Flora
Tho May queen Is Flora herself Im
personated. The rigging up of a boy
consort is an Impertinent nnd ridicu
lous Innovation, which should, If pos
able, bo abolished.
"Mr. Kidder thinks he's funny,
snapped Mrs. Htnrvem. "I don't see
what there Is about my tablo to make
him Joke ko much."
"No," replied tho sarcastic boarder;
"there's hardly enough here to make a
ctuinry bird do that."
"A ennary bird? How can a canary
"Oh, bog pardon. I thought you
said 'choke.' " riilladelphla Press,
An Industrious Ona Meter.
"I'm tho gaH mans Just dropped
nround to seo If you neod anytlrlug
anything out of order; nuy complaints
ngnlnst tho company."
"No, I don't think I need anything
Just now, but l'vo got a complaint.
Tho meter workH too hard for tho con
pany. My gnH bill 1b entirely too big."
"Oh, wo don't call that a complaint
Good morning. Now York Proas.
Theaters in Now Vork.
Thirteen now theaters, to cost ?8,
000,000, are being built lu Now York
Once more tho umpire is doing hh
annual stunt as n martyr.
U. S. SENATOR FROM SOUTH CAROLINA
For Dyspepsia and Stomach Trouble
I p m m ' t ' j i ap 'r-yas-ay w w "
' V 'if- -jf'-t $L
Iix-Scnator M. C. Uutier.
If you do not derive prompt and sat
isfactory remits from the nse of Peru
na, writ at once to Dr. Hnrtman, giv
ing a full statement of yourcaeo and he
will bo pleased to give you his valua
ble ndvloo gratis.
Address Dr. Hartrnan, Presidont of
The Hartrnan Banltraium, Columbut,
In Syria pooplo never take off tholr
raps or turbans when entering the
house or visiting a friend, bat they al
ways leave tholr shoes at tho door.
Thero aro no mats or scrspers ontsldo,
and the floors insido aro covered with
expansive rugs, which in Moslem
houses are kept very clean and used to
kneel upon while praying.
'JL'lin Kind You llavo Always Bought hns borno tho Hlfoin
turo or CluiH. II. Fletcher, and lias boon mndo under his
personal Hupcrinlon for over HO years. Allow no ono
to decolvo 3-011 In this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
"Jnst-as-jrood" aro bntKxnerlmcnts, nnd endanger the
Iicaltlt of Children Experience ngnlnst llxperimvnt.
What is CASTORIA
Cnstoria is n harmless mibstltuto for Castor Oil, Inro
porlc. Drops and Soothluir Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor other Narcotio
unbalance. It npro is its puamntce. It destroys AVorinn
nnd allays Fovcrishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and AVI ml
Colie. It relieves Teetliliifr Troubles, cures Constipation
nnd riatuleney. It nsHluiilntes tho Food, reguhUcM tho
Stomach and JJowels, (-ivin-r healthy nnd natural sleep
Tho Children's Panacea Tho mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
ft a aostail
' ID CENTS.
Catarrh of the Stomach Is Generally
Galled Dyspepsia Something
to Produce Artificial Diges
tion is Generally Takon.
Henoo Pepsin, Pancreatin and a Host
of Other Digestive Demedies
These Remedies Do Hot Reach tho
Seat if Difficulty, Wtrrtk
Is Really Catarrh.
Ex-U. 8. Senator M. U. Butler from
South Carolina, was senator from that
state for two terms. In a recent totter
to Tho Pernnn Medicine Co., from
Washington, D. C, says:
"I can recommend Peruna for dys
pepsia and stomach trouble. I have
,becn using your medicine for a short
period and I feel very much relieved.
It Is Indeed a wonderful medicine be
sides a good tonic." M. C. Butler.
I Ihe only rational way to care dys
i pepsla Is to remove the catarrh.
. Perans cures catarrh. I'ermia does
not produce artificial digestion. It
cures catarrh and leaves the stomach to
, perform digestion in a natural way.
.This is vastly better and pa fer than re
sorting to artificial methods.
' Peruua has cured more cases of djs
, pepsla tban all other remedies com
bined, simply because it cures catarrh
wherever located. If catarrh Is lo
cated in the hood. Perana cures it. If
catarrh has fastened itself in the throat
or bronchial tubes, Perana cures it.
When catarrh becomes settled In tho
stomach, Perana cures It, as well in
this location a In any other.
Perana is not simply a remedy for
dyspepsia. Perana is a catarrh rem
edy. Perana cures dyspepsia because
it is generally dependent upon catarrh.
l'm afraid my hneband doesn't
love m any more," said the bride o!
six months, with an overgrown sigh.
"When did yoa discover the
" Whon I discovered that ho bad quit
leaving any change in his pockots,"
replied the young wife sadly. Exchange.
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