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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1910)
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The Bend Machine Shop
IIKNKV UNST1UI, Prop.
REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS
Wc lmvc Milling Machine, I.ntlic,
Drill I'rcm, Vtilcaiilzcr, etc., etc.
Automobiles, Farm Implemcnts.Suwmill
; Machinery, etc.
Tlic bout on the tnnrkct,
Gasoline and Lubricating Oils.
Vulcanizing n Specialty.
Adjoins Bend on the south.
Most beautiful residential sec
tion in Bend.
Also Some Choice Business Lots.
Timber Lands Bought and Sold.
HUNTER & STAATS
WALL STR1WT, DUN I), OR.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
M. J. KELLY
Davlcs Utilldlnir, WnllSt.,
A. D. MOE, The Tailor
Has received a full Hue of
Fall and Whiter Samples
tJUitijnadc to order from $15 00 up. Cull and
sec the aflmplcs licfore buying elsewhere. Clean
iug and pressing given upcclal attention.
Shop on Bond St.
A. L. FRENCH
uic Ellens Uoggert
MERCHANT TAILORING A SPHGIALTY
My business is increasing. I have had to
increuse my store and stock nnd have
just received a fAill line of Shoes, Wool
Underyvear, Coat Sweaters, etc., and the
snappiest line of Hats ever shown in
WHEN IN BEND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Table always lupplled with the bot t that the town afford,
Neat and Comfortable Rooms. Bund, 0uoon
The Animals In the Zoo.
Tito ak'vpliitf hour of tint unlmnls nt
tlio Koologlvnl Burden In IIikciiI'h
pnrlc vnrj n much, nccnrdliiK lo tlio
families to which Hit1 belong, nn 'lo
their other characteristics iiim) luihli.
Tlio oraiift uulunjr koch (o bed nt sun
down, draping Jl howl In h blanket
nnd refusing to seo visitors uftor dunk.
It I nUo nu early riser. With tho
lions, tillers Mini other mom hern of Ihn
cat trlbo (ho night find I linn nt their
liveliest, nnd they sleep most between
Ihu midday men I nnd supper lime. Tlio
ciirIim bo to sleep Just nliout tho llrno
their neighbors In I ho owl cngo nro
waking up, wlillo tho bears during the
winter months nppnrentljr sleep all
day nnd night too, VUo resident of
tho monkey house object seriously lo
being disturbed uftvr dark, .and If ono
of tho kerjwrx happen to tnko n Unlit
Into their quarters they scold hltn tin
mercifully. On tho other bund. It
would probably tnko n dynamic bomb
to nrouso tho rhinoceros, utid H I not
uncommon, the keenm say. In And
wis biting bole In It thick hldu with
impunity. Loudon Mali.
A Dn on Patterns. '
"Tucro It ono kind of correspondence
sometimes received by womun clerk
that mnkei bend of firm hopping
tnad." ald tho pretty stenographer.
'That I drew pattern. They don't
mind letter nnd magazine, hut If a
Klrl want to keep on good term with
her employer and mnybo keep her Job
ho had better adrlso pattern compa
ulc to lend their communication to
niiio other oddre. 1 know ono em
ployer of about 100 girl who ha put
up notice In Uio workroom to tho ef
fect Out no patterns can bo received
nt that olllce. Not tunny men go that
far, but all hold tho tamo grudge
ngnlntt pntlorua. A girl who hn n
new dress to tnako up can't help
spreading tho pattern out tho mlnuto
ho set It. Then orcry other nomnn
In tho otneo bocouio Interested. Noth
ing I o disorganizing to women
clerk n pattern. Nothing Inke up
moro 1 1 mo that belong lo tho firm,
no you really enn't hlomo tho bows
for putting n ban a pattern." New
A Bssutlful Lsks.
rcrbaps tho most striking Inolnnco
to bo een In tho wholo world of tho
wonderful apparent coloring of bodies
of wnter U tho mnrvelomly beautiful
IIIuo lako In Switzerland. Hnrotn
passed on nil aide by lofty mountain,
their lower ranges luxuriantly clothed
with verduro down to tho edgn of tho
water nnd adorned with many Ono for
est tree, wlillo their higher nccllrltle
aro garbed In n mantloof etcmnl mow,
tho little lake, nestling In It deep hoi
low baitn nnd protected from wind
and storms, la qulto Martllng tn It
slugulnr and strange beauty. Tlio
water, although really pure and color
le. apicani to bo of a tnoit vivid nnd
Intents ky blue. And It transparency
U o remarknblo that a small nickel
coin dropped Into tho water In tlio
center of tho lake can be s-rn trjrrut
Ing downward until It reaches tho bot
tom, apparently mora than a hundred
Japan' National Divtrag.
Balo 1 tho national bcrcrago of Ja
pnu. Jt ha n peculiar tlavor not com
parnbto to nny Buropoan drink. I
made from fermented rleo by an Intri
cate procc In winter llrno nnd con
talna from 11 to 1 per cent of alcohol
It la n neccary constituent of every
ceremonial Japanese dinner. 1 served
In little, ampulla llko Jar and drunk
with much formality from wjuat, ear
lea sake cup containing approximate
ly about two ounce. To the Kuropcau
palate It taate aour at first, but n
preference for It I readily acquired.
Curlouily enough, It ha n much more
powerful effect on tho Jnpuuwe than
on Kuropean. A atrouger variety,
hochu. Contain from 20 to CO per
cent of nlcohol. Another form, mlrlu. U
moro or lea llquouer. London Lan
cet. Tho Pssnut.
The common peanut, beloved of tho
mall boy, grow In n way that 1 dls
tlnctly orlglnnl. Tho llttlo plant sends
up Its -.hoots, with tbo fruit ou tho
end of a somewhat stiff atnlk. nnd
then boforo It rlwn tho atvro bend
over aud carefully pushes tho fruit tin
Corground. As pig nro aald to bo
especially fond of theao, It Im been
cuggeatMl Hint tho plant does this to
hldo Ita nut from tho porker'a too In
Clerk May 1 hnvo n day's lenvo to
morrow, slrr It Is my luotber-ln-Iaw'
funernl. Kmployer My dear Hubcr.
this mustn't occur again. Ijist week
your wlforflled. nnd uow your mother-ln-luw'y
going to bo burled. You bunt
nrraugo thing better In your family
nnd sco that they bnpncu In tho hull-dnys.-Lutitlgo
Medical Mnn-Jobxon has dono the
tneunest thing I over henrtl of. Uo
emtio to my house tho other night, nto
n big dinner, got Indigestion nnd then
wont to another doctor to bo cured.
Chssrlno Him Up.
Now Iloardor-IIow'B tho furo hero?
Old nonrdor Woll, wo have chicken
"That's first rate. How la tt served!"
"In tho shell."
The Way of It. i
Knlclcr-T.lfo la nn Irony.
Itocker Yes. Oy tho tlmo you hqyo
tho money for n grand stand Rent your
homo team no longer wlus. New York
Wo juako.qur. fortuncsj wo call thorn
Xutcv-Alroy. "' ... .
Tho Change of a Lottor.
At tho perliKl whuti Ilrltlili Columbia
wa lliiciiteiiiiiK lo withdraw from th
Oomlulnii of (iiiuulii Imiiiiiko tho Car
mirvon witlciiient hud been Ignored
by Iho Mnckeur.le ndmliilittriillon Hie
lulu l,ord Ouflirlii took pun In n pub
lic rum tlou In qucbt-r. Wlillo Hit' pro
((union wnn moving Hiruujiii the prln
j'lpnl street u geiitleuiflti, lireiiililm
with excitement, hurried up to hi ex
relleney' currlago to soy a "rebel
arch had Ih'cii plnred urro the rond
m n lo lilcutlfy the viceroy mIIIi tho
npprornl of tho dlloyol lmcrlpllon
Ihercon, "C'nnou tc-ll mo wlmt word
there nro on Iho nrcht" quietly nuked
Mufferlu. "Oh, yc," replied tils In
forntnnt; "Ihey nre 'Cnrnnrvon Terms
or Heparnilon.'" "Hend the commlllee
lo me," (ommanded til cxcollency
"Now, geiiileiiii'ii,' said he, with n
mnllc, to the rommltiee, "I'll go under
oiir Ix-uutlful nrcli on one condition.
I won't link you to do much, nnd I tx-g
but n irlfllug favor I merely nk I hut
you alter one teller In your motto.
Turn I lie H Into nu It moke It 'Car
ifnrvon Term or llcpflratlnu'-and I
will gladly pa under It." The com
mit lif yielded, nnd rverilunlly DutTrrln
contrlrcd lo nmrNilh ov-r tho dllDeul
tic ii nd to reconcile the malcontent.
Odd 8trett Names.
In Clerkcnwell. Knttland. there Is a
atrret called I'lrklcd Egg walk. It
Inke It mime from I'lekled Hug, Int
ern, which formerly stood there nnd
tiiitdt! a Mtocliillv of servlmr nlekled
egg. An Interi-stlng London thorough
fnro U tlmigliig Uword alley, which
I tileiillohi'd In Dickens' "Ink of Two
Cllles." Ixtudon Im ilso I'ickleher
ring Mreef, In Ix-ln-nier I n Mrret
ml led llip Holr ltilrk nnd nnotlipr
called (Inlluw Tree (ill. Hull ha
n street wlili the exlrnordlnnry name
Iho Land of (Ireen (linger Corydoo
has a itreel named fuinn Call, and
llieru soimi yenrs npi lived I'eter I'ul-
llp. n ili-nlor In fiirtillnrv. 'I Im tnimt
daring of fane writer might well
linvo hesitnied lo tot cut n fomblnntlou
ot nnme nnil uddre mi linprobuhle nn
tnai nnicii rennr iwinngi-u in reier
I'ottlo of rump I'ull.-Kt. James' Ua-
Squaring the Circle.
Tho origin ol the prublwn squaring
tho I'lrcle I nluioni IimI In I lie mints of
antiquity, but tberv U a rvcord ot nn
attempted iin(lrnturi' In Hgypt fJii
year U-fore tho ckhIih of Itiu Jew.
There I alo n claim, nccordlng to
tlone, that the pniblcm wn solved by
n dUcovery of lllpprolert. Hie gvom
cirlclan of, Chios-not Iho pliynlclnu
MJO II. U. Now, tho effort of lllppoc-
rale wero devoted tounrd converting
a clrrlo Into n crescent, because he bad
found that the arra of n figure pro
duced by drnwtng two perpendicular
radii In a circle la exactly equal to the
Irian glo formed by the lino of Junc
tion. ThU Li Iho famou theorem of
the "luncs pt Hippocrates" and la, like
glanbcr'a salts out of the philosopher's
stone, an example ot the Uncfui results
which sometimes follow a search for
Power of Imagination.
"The Imagination l wonderful," said
a collegrj professor. "I know a Chi-i-ngn
man who went last summer to
Anbury Park. Uo In a quaint way
proved my xlnt. lie didn't rvacb As
bury Park tilt 10 o'clock at night, and.
very tired, tie turned hi at once. As be
settled bin head comfortably on tbe
pillow he said lo his wife:
"'Union to the thunder nnd hiss of
the surge. Jlnrlu. I haven't beard
that glorious sound for forty years.
No more luMimnlu uowT
"And. Indeed, for the flrrt time In
three UHiuihs the man slept llko a log
Hut nliiu he anoke In the morning he
found that Ibe uproar which hud lulled
him to sleep wua I he noise of n garago
In tbo rvnr of the hotel. Tbo sea was
over a uille nwuy." Detroit Free
Runolman and Hsnlsy.
tt la related that shortly lifter Ttuucl
inn n. tho well known writer or sea
farers and smugglers and poachers.
had bitterly fallen out with W. E. Hen
ley be lay dying lu London. To Hen
ley (n felltiburgh. lame nnd III. enmo
an Indirect me-wnge that Itunclmah
Mleved that If Henley would come
and look ou him he would get well.
It was n dying man's whimsy, but
Henley took the train from ltdluburgb
nnd arrived In Loudon to tJud his
Under the Spall.
Daahnwtiy-A few short hours ago l
wua sitting with girl, telling her she
was the only one In all tho world 1
ever loed, and so forth.
Clerortoii - And she 'believed you,
"How could she help It) W.by, 1 be
lieved It myself."-I.lfo , .
Pnyne, uu examiner at CAmbrldge
university, whose question were al
ways of n peculiarly extiNHratlng na
ture, once asked n student at nspoclal
exnmlntitlou to "glvo n dcfJu.tfoa of
"An ccmpllou from Payne, was
iho reply. ,
Stttlng Her Right.
Mistress -So you want .to leave,
MnryT With wlmt motive aro you
leaving! Cook-It nhi't n motive,
mum; it'a a pollcemnu.-lloston Cou
"Why nro statues erected to famous
men. fatberr said a cbid4
"Ho thnt they may become known,
dear," was tho nuawer.-Kxchange
Who by aspersions throw n, stone nt
tho head of others hit their -own.-Uorbert.
Auto Stage Line
Baldwin 8b Gordon
BEND KLAMATH FALLS.
Arrive at Bend 12 o'clock noon Sundays
Leave Bend 1 : .'10 p. m. same days.
Headquarters at Pilot Butte Inn,
M. s. iaItin & CO.
WE HAVE THE STRONGEST
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY
Among the Companies we represent are:
The Union Assurance Soc. Ltd. of London, Eng.
The Hamburgh-Bremen Insurance Co. of Ham
The Scottish Union & Nat. of EdinburghScot.
The Equitable Fire & Marine, of Prov., R. I. and
The Mich. F. & M. of Detroit, Michigan.
i Fair c
at PRINEVILLE, OREGON
Over $2000 in Premiums and Over $1500 in Purses
Three days-of Base Ball. $350 in Putses and a
Silver Cup. (Write the secretary for the conditions
in Baseball Contests )
Many sports, including foot races for semi-professionals, nil
distances; Bucking Contests; Saddle Horse Races, etc., and a
Good Band Music. A big time for everybody.
Someone will get that $2000 for Agricultural Exhibits.
Get a premium list at The Bulletin office and prepare something
to take to tbe fair.
Friday. October 2 1, is School Day. All pupils in Crook
Couuty schools in free on that date. All schools will be dis
missed for the Teachers Institute on that date.
Many people will be at this fair to see what is grown in
the country. Wc sbonld all unite in getting up a show that will
be a credit to our country.
COME. BRING EXHIBITS.
Of keeping your clothes cleaned and pressed.
It adds neatuest and refinement to one's appear
nnce, and appearances are worth considering,
whether in business or not. A well dressed
man always commands attention, while if his
trousers are soiled and baggv and biscoatisout
of shape it invites indifference.
We offer all modern methods such as steam
and French dry cleaning, repairing and altering
ut metropolitan prices, aud if five years' experi
ence in the best shops in the country, with fas
tidious care in all our work, appeals to you we
Solicit your patronage.
See us about joining pur Suit Club.
One suit a week cleaned, precd, re
paired aud buttons ejy)loii for
$2e00 per Month
Peerless Pressing parlors
In R. M- SMITH CLOTHING CO. Store.
The Dalles, Oregon
You are cordially Invited to make TUB HO"r,II DALLES your
resting place while waiting over between trains on yoqr Jvay to and
from Portland. New, thoroughly equipped, modern hotel; iteaut
heat, elevator; suites aud rooms with baths. Pint class cafe. Rates
raiiRlug front 50c aud ft upward.
Ideal Stopping Place Going to and from Central Oregon.
N. K. CLARKE, Manager.
THE BUWiTIN la tbe. leading ucvyspapr of CENTRAL QRJEGON