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The Bend Machine Shop
HHNRY LIN3TBR, Prop.
t REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS
We hove Milling Machine, J.allic,
Drill I'rcst, VulcaiiUcr, etc., etc.
Automobiles, Farm Implements, Sawmill
Agency for '
W&S??VV- Vx . t
The Ixiit on
a, ,, ' .Gasoline and Lubricating Oils. ,
' " Vulcanizing a' Specialty.
Adjoins Bend on the south.
: Most beautiful residential sec
tion in Bend.
Also Some Choice Business Lois.
. t Timber Lands Bought and Sold,. ,- -
HUNTER & STAATS
WALL STRKKT, UKND, OR.
CIGARS AHD TOBftCCO
MI lDI I V Davlcs Building, Wall St., I
. J. IXCJUaUY UGND, 0RGG0N (
A. D. MOE, The Tailor
f Uos received ;a full line of
! Fall and Winter Samples
I Sulla made to order from SIS 00 up. Cull and
I uce the samples before buying elsewhere.. Cltan,
i " " ""tig and pressfug given special uttention.
I Shop on Bond St.
FOUR HORSU LIVERY.
Bend Livery, - Feed & Stable Co.
J. H. WONANDY, Prop.
ALL KINDS OV LIGHT AND IIKAVV
-t 4" . '
AWIIAY OATSfDARLUY, WIIKAT, CHOP WHRAT,
HRAN AND MIDDLINGS.
AllOrdcrsTpromptly Delivered, Order by Phone No. 18.
IfortcBouhond'Sold. LlRht and heavy Horaes'for'Sal.
THR BULLETIN is the lending newspapr of CENTRAL OREGON
rrrrx m w x r wrfo-.
It Wj Not Ourprlilng, Though, In
Vlaw of Iho Explsnstlsn,
letters of I ti I rtxl net Ion nre not In
variably serviceable. For one reason,
they mar be too friiiiU. Unrrjr Kur
il Im In Ida "Confcsnloiia of a Carica
turist" snra tlml when n brother nrlt
was ("'tlliiK forth oil hi. travels In for
rlKii climes hp was prorldcd wlih n
(ft I it of Introduction to n certain llrlt
The writer of the lettsr Inclosed It
tn one to die nrtWt, saying Hint ho
would find the roiisul n nnmt iirrnnt
snob, a liUin)tloiia. nrrognnt bumliug.
n cod to the backbone. Hllll. lit would
probably offer some courtesies to any
one who dad n pood social sinudlng
mid thua rouiNiiMit tin Intteier for
burin to route In routnet vrltti such
an Insufferable vulnsrlsu.
On tli mum iff tbe nrfl.t to Kite
land Iho writer of tin letter assed
bow h had fared with the wuiaitl,
"Well, my dear fellow." drawled the
artist, "ho did not iwelre in very
warmly, mid tie (lid not nsk mt to din
ner, In fart, ho struck me na bclnc
"Wrll. you do surprise me," rejoined
his friend, "lie's a cad. aa I told you
In my letter, but he's very hospitable,
nix! I really ran't understand tbls slate
of things. You Rave him my letter of
"Why, I tuotiBht so; but. do you
know, on my Journey borne I dlsror
ered It In ray itockclbook, so I mint
bar banded to hltn Instead your note
to m ntout him."
U'ho explanation was quite adequate.
A MEMORY TEST.
The Act by Which Ono Controversy
Tbre men were dlipullnj; In Ilertln
ono day as to which nf them had the
beat memory, and Dually they asked a
welt known writer to decide tbe mat-'
"Read me, any page of Ooethe's
pro works," aald one of tin three,
"and I will at once recat It word for
"I can do better than that." said the
second one. "IMt me In a corner of
this room, and I wtll'play three Karnes
of chess simultaneously without erer
looking at the Ixtards,"
"Tbst'a tiotblns to what I can do."
said the first speaker again. "IWkIii a
cnnrerMtloo wUb me now n bo tit the
most absurd things poMlble. and nt
the end pf nn hour 1 will repeat the
entire convematlou to you."
Tho third msn wca silent, nnd the
referee said to hlmt "Why don't you
tell us what you can doT A few min
utes a co you were boasting n good
desl of your wonderful memory."
"I know It." was tbo reply, "but 1
did not I lieu know tbaj my two friends
took the matter so seriously. And aa
they ore so much lu curuest I will not
.try to MtrpaRa theiu. for I cannot for
get that each of tliero did me n faror
"Testerdayl" asked tbo referee.
"Ye." wna tbo reply.
"And you have not yet forgotten It?
In that case Hie laurels belong to you.
for you hare Indeed a wonderful mem
Numerous are tb queer beliefs con
renting the number seven. From the
Tery Htrllest ages tho seven great plan-
I eta were known and ruled this world
and the dwellers lu It. nnd their num
br enter' lulo every conrvlvable
ttuitter Hint com-erned man. There are
seven days In the week,- "seven boles
In tint head, for tbo master stars are
sereu," seven ages both for man and
thtf world lu which he lives. There are
seven material heavens. There are
seven colors In the spectrum and sev
en uotes lu the diatonic octave, and
the "leading" nnte of the scale la the
seventh. He It noted that tbo seventh
sou la not always gifted with belief)
cent powers, lu Portugal he is be
lleved to be subject to the lowers of
darkness and to be compelled every
Hntiinlny evening to assume the llke
uwts ot an as, St. James' Uatctto.
Natural Oss. f
Natural gns Is a menilMir of the par
afltii series formett by the deenmpusi
Hon of niilnirtl mutter, as lu Ohio and
Indiana gns, mid from vegetable mat
ter, na In IVniisylvanln gns. this decay
having occurred wltblu the rocks and
probably ut moderate temperatures
When once formed it accumulates lu
the pores of the rocks In which It orig
inated or lu the overlying layers.'but
Is usunlly kept from escaping to the
surfaru by the presence of sotuo layers
of Impervious rock. It Is thou obtained
by the piercing of those strain by
wells, or wbero tbo beds have tieeu
fissured by folding or funding It may
issnu from natural cbuunels. Now
"What'a tbo naiuo ot ber successful
story V " v
ImOcIous: What doea It mranf"
"Wherw did sheget Itr
"Wliy, she wnt;in train wonder
ing In n dlxcoiiraged way- 'wlieresiie
would get a name for the story. And
Juit then the brakemnn opened tho car
door and culled the next stalon."
Cloveland I'lulu Dealer.
"I'll admit I wits trying to cot some
tblnx for nothing."
"I got what 1 dosorved.V-Vblns
Never forget that the nearest .op.
pronch to perfect domestic happiness
on earth la tbo cultivation of unselfish-
SKEEINQ IU THE' ALPS.
Picturesque Oport on the Ord.r of
"Follow fiur Lssdsr."
The skeelng clubs form one of Hie
most piciuresitiu sights to be seen In
the Alps In winter. Willi their bright
colored blanket suits, tnimcled en (is or
tnm-o'-shiiiilers unit huge while milts,
they go thirtugti Hie snow covered
woodbinds nuros Hie while mountain
slope, usunlly III single Hie. M-rbnps j
llfty sliding along ufter the lender lu
true Norwegian fHHtilmi. Indeeil, It Is
n variety f Hie old game of "follow
your lender." for what bo des the
others are esnerled to do. Ki If he
conies to n leilge and Jumps off all are
suimseil to leap.
Hut Jumping with the skees Is not
so easy us It look, slid the end Is of
ten burial In the snow bank, for mi
les one Is very sure of his fooling the
long, narrow wooden sluts will twl.i
or "turn without warning, smf over
you go, With the skee one can go
over bard snow nt a very rapid rate,
but when he strikes a pnii-h of the
newly fallen snow It 1. n cave nf slow
to be sure, for any minute the bottom
msy sink away with blm.
Hut It Is healthful ns well ns In
vlgornllng. and tbe women have found J
Hint they need not look nwkwnrd even
In this form of outdoor drens. with n
rlblKin here nnd a tncsel there nnd
some even adorning tbelr skees. St
HE TOOK THE CASE.
Th. L.wy.r Said Hs Would Attend to
It, and H. Did.
A Wnshlugtntj attorney Is rather
noted or the facility with which be
forgets flnnnrlnl obligations. lie has
owed a certain grocer SS for a year or
two. The other day the merchsnt con
eluded to try a new course with blm.
Meeting blm In his store, be said:
"Judge, I have a customer who owes
me a small bill and has owed It for a
long tlmo. He mnkes plenty of money,
but won't my. What would ymi do!"
"I'd sue blm." said tho lawyer em
phatically. "Well. I will put the account In your
hands." Ami the merchant prccnted
n statement nf tbe account against tbe
"All right, I will attend to It." said
tho disciple of Hlackstoue.
A few days later tho merchant re
celved the following note from the
"In the ense of vrsua , 1
took Judgment for the full amount of
your claim. Kxecution was Issued and
returned 'no projierty found.' My fee
for obtaining Judgment Is $10, for
which amount pleaso send check. Will
be glad to serve you In any other mat
ter In which you may need uu attor
ney." Wa.hlngton Btar.
I.Ike each of (lie various clans of tbe
Kurds, the bashl-batouk can easily be
dl.tlngulshed by Ida costume. Ills
abnes.or "yemenys" (meaning lealhen.
are rd or black. Ills goiniku stock
ings, which leave the knee exposed,
aro elaborately embroidered In black,
his short Turki.h trousvrs are of
homespun, while about his wnlst Is a
short sshIi of wool or silk, surmounted
by n leather belt In rich colors nud
emtxmoed lu rvd. This Is divided Into
three or four sections. In which he
keeps his revolver, bis chibouk, or pipe,
and hb yntnglmu. always kept sharp.
The Whl-buruiuks never carry dag
gers; as the Circassians do. A car
tridge box bangs from the side, as also
a small sliver snuffbox. Tbey wear
two Jackets, the uuder one wltb short
sleeve aud tlfu outsldo oue wltb long
At tbe elliow Is nil opening lu which
they carry lu a leather bag written
quotations from the Koran us n tall
mail to protect them from the bullets
of the ndverxury. About tbe neck In a
chnlu of sliver coins, from which Is
suspended n ponder box.
X farm lubon-r lu one of the west
em enmities wns rctiustcd to vote for
a candidate at the election, but be re
fused. Helug naked fur his reason, be
"Why, because them chaps be well
They then tried to explain to tlpdge
that memliera of parliament' In tula
country were tint wld for their serv
ices. Hut he wns not to bo couvlnryd.
"Hon if t Ve tell mei" be replied
somewhnt ungrtly. Vl believe my eyea,
and when I sees lu tbe ipcc as they
divide nlmivot cr'ry ulg.it I knows
they lie dlvldltf sumtuttt." Ioudou
Old ScottUh Words.
Here nre n few quaint old Scottish
words still used a good deal In Rust
Atterdccusbhn: Mr-'-'w"-To say any
thing nne mowpe. menus It I. un
ennny or dnngerous. -eciiniinched"
SpolliHl: clean couimehed would mean
utterly destroyed or rendenil useless.
"Hlnud"- To blnud anj;thlng would
iiiean to soil It. A vtTfl-4 Avjmlil -e told,
"Dlnna blniid your clean phut " "Ui
dies" or Haiiilles"-A child's fnre
nrm. The hint Is a very old expres
nlOn.'lmt ye hnvefl?ijM It unil. "Sic
bonfilo, gjinlleit. He hurj' inwins the
baby has plump arms. Vw;u-.. Her
ald. A Straight Vote.
The secretrof the ballot is sometimes
too awl to keep, "tleorge," said the
..t- ..jll.l ...... .itA aftp.ilihf I
B(ll!l-. Vll.l 'wm .v '.......... -
toldyonr "Sure. 01 did. squolre. It
;. . .... . .. .. .- ..... -.i
pniU on in mier yui n ., miu v,
lnAll..lo.l ..U I...1U .-.. Utllll t-nife uirHti.lii
mill ril nut on Hlnili-ht throuuh tiu'a
mm me."-London Chronicle.
Violent dellglita have violent ends
nnd 4n their triumph die llko tire and
powder, which u tUey klaa cousuma,
THE STORE OF QUALITY
S. C. CALDWGLL, Prop.
Good Goods at the' Price of the Other Kind
Hardware and Groceries, Stoves and
Ranges, Windows, Doors and Glass,
Roofing, Paints and Oils Studebaker
Wagons, Gasoline and Auto Oils of the
Best. Come and see us.
M. S. LATTIN & CO.
THE BEST IS NONE
DON'T COST A
at PRINEVfLLE, OREGON
Over $2000 in Premiums aJ Over $1500 In Purses
Three days of Rase Ball. $350 in Puts?s nnd a
Silver Cup. (Write the secretary for the conditions
in JJuseball Contents )
Many sports, including foot races for semi-professionals, all
distances; Bucking Contests; Saddle Horse Races, etc., and a
Good Bond Mumc. 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 the fair.
Friday, October 21, is Svbool Day. Alt pupils In Crook
County 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. -We should all unite in getting up a show that-wjl!
be a credit to out country.
COME. BRING EXHIBITS.
Of keeping your clothes cleaned and pressed.
It adds neatness and refinement to one's appear
ance', and appearances are worth considering,
whether in business or not. A well dressed,
man nlwi-vs commands attention, while if , his
' trousers are soiled and baggv and bis coat is out .
of shape it invites indifference.
We offer all modern methods such as steam ' ''
and French dry cleaning, repairing and altering
' at metropolitan prices, and if five years,' expert
ence in the bet sliops in the country, with fas- -tldSous
care in all our work, appeals to you we.
Solicit your patronage.
See us abqut. joining our Suit Club. A - , .
One suits week cleaned, pre&ted, re- U ftp.? JVtAflTn
paired and buttons sewed on for PoW JVli iTlvFllill
Peerless pressing parlors
. Iu R. M. SMITH CLOTHING CO. Store. .
The Dalles, Oregqn .
You are cordially Invited to make Tnu HQTR& fl AU,U8jrour
resting plse while waiting over between trins'on your wsjrio hod
from Portland. New. thoroughly equipped, modern hotel; slcstu
heat, elevator; suites and rooms with, bathq. VJrst class cafe, Rates
ranging from 30c and ft upward.
Ideal Stopping Place Going to and from Central Oregon.
N. K. CLARKE, Manager.
TOO GOOD AND IT
MONEY TO LOAN
ON GOOD REAL ESTATE