Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View This Issue
u. un in '&
BUY LOTS IN
it jjv &
' i ;
i. i F
I t. I
mRiED THE WORK.
Pullar Cxprltne of a Turkish Lit.
Oacc upon n, tiro a crtnln Turkish
Bttfary man ilrlujc In Cooatantlaopla
arninerd to tronUte or a dull news
paper a ooret rtwu popular In Rue
land. Hacb daj be rrudeml a autS
deal part of It Into tbtf Turklab Ian.
SV&K to All the spare resenred for It
Ont da bla learffnl borne ts pu
terrd by tbe pullce. wbo peremplotiljr
arreetnl tbr roan of irttrra and drag
g& hJoi ib to prbwu. No explnuatlon
was firea for nl arnu Tbe nurel re
flectffi to Bo wnj against tbf iu)lltlrv
of tae stale, abd be bad broken no
taws. n traa uot erru idvcn time to
bid farewell to bU fa mil j. but be was
comaiandrd to brlnic tbe work under
translation with bltn. Anired at tbe
prison, be waa given pleasant quar
ters, good food and drink and sternly
eoBiraaudrd to complete bis task. So
for several dara tbe frightened trans
lator worked arduously.
Wben tbe work waa done be wae. to
bis astonlsbment. Instantly liberated
and presented wltb a large nam of
Kjontr. Upon further Inquiry as to bis
treatment It was explained that tbe
sultan" bad become Interested In tbe
story as It appeared from day to day
aad was too Impatient to wait for tbe
end. Ue wanted to read all tbe rest of
H st oace! Truly, there are certain ad
Taatsfes la being a sultan.
STRANGERS IN BERLIN.
Thslr Corning and Coins Always
Known to the Police.
"I bad bo Idea (bat tbey kept sucb
sb esploosaT over strangers In Berlin
mmM a' friend of mine bad occasion to
)esr tip some one there," said a trav
eler, .'e bad come up from Vienna.
sjmI aa my friend was lu tbe dlplo
Wt4c service we called at tbe em-
"H'WI I hers be happened to think
f aiMther friend, on American, wbo
h) jstaMi to .Berlin about three years
fcetetw te reprwent an American con
eeew awl wusdered bow be could get
tHMw t Um.
"WetBssW easier,' said tbo em
asksar sscyetsry. 'Just wait a moment
"B wee Bote and bauded It to a
know all about your
fiBlautec be said
Iter saw;, within, that tlmo tba
lisaBBaW rssapeartf wltb as answer.
rress K Uw ecretary read that 80-aii4-o
Im4 rrlvwJ l'i Berlin on sucb a .
aw thPsa, jNnfs .prevJoMs, that be
Mtm M certsvl address, that be bad
sjoae tbo week before to a little town
tm tk Interior, but tbat be was ex-
peeled back wltbla tbres days.
"We, be turned up on tbe day tb
sea jMld be wtmW be baclr, JLUdwa
$25 to $250 for
25 Down, the Balance on your own terms.
LOTS, 50x140 feet. STREETS, 60 and 80 feet. ALLEYS, 20 feet.
As Choice Residence Property, close in to schools, churches,
c u;nAU niu ...lit. n..u i r.u ...i.. .., k..
rite ttuici rv.1111. wins ciiii iui, i.ciiiciiiuvi , v iiv.it hk iiuyv
,FJREE. to the purchaser holding the lucky number. Let us
Central Oregon Realty Co.
bad dinner with biro." Detroit Free
A Sensational Prophet.
One of tbe must sensatlonnl of
prophets was a Kosa urgm uurnt-d
Umhlafcnsa. wbo did bis prupbesyluK
lu UntUb Kaffrarla. Afii.a. In IKVI-T
Uls nln-e bnd met mmie mysterious
atrauKFrs untr a stream, airtl Uuihla
i kasa. baring gone to ser ibem. report
ed I bat tbey were tbe spirit ot bis
dead brother and uther. i'bey ram
mutik-ati-d u inilin-y wbbb rapidly
grew. Oo au npiiulntrd day In ltd?
twef blood ml kuu were t rUe. the
sky would tall it ml crunb tbe r'lngi
and tbe while. Ijertln ut splendid i-at
tie would bMiie from tbe ground, great
Held ot rl tolllet would spring tip.
tbe Kona dend would rlne and live
wltb their descendants, ami trouble
end nit-knew should be no more On
happily there was a condlttoo-tlie
Kosas must slaughter all tbelr existing
cattle. And so 'Juuxxj can le. the
wealth and sustenance of the people.
were killed, and probably W.()00 cred
ulous natives starved themselves to
Oame In Otrmsny.
Oerrnany u a couuiry ot Nlmrods.
Tbere are. we learn. OOO.VOO sjorts
men, wblob mttans one gun for wtrrf
hundred people. KaeU year fall to tbe
gun nu sn average -10U.000 bares. 4JJUO.-
000 iMtrtrldge. XJM).OW thrushes.
500,000 rabbits, lOaooo deer, U5.uxi
woodcocks, 40.UOU wild ducks, iW.OUt
pbeitsaut. 'JZSOU deer, 15.UX ualls.
13,500 bucks, 3.400 wild boars and
IJOO bustard. In weight this "bag'
represents ttUJOOUXJ kliugrams, a kiln
gram being two and ooe-Uftb pounds,
fhe monetary value Is about itWxj..
000. Tbe sum received for licenses to
shoot I ubout -110,000.
"I orerbeanl to husband Injklnc In
bis sleep last nlgbt," reumrked Mrs.
Trigger to bee closest friend.
"Oh, bow IntereKtliigJ" exclaimed the
friend. "Did be mention some strauge
"No." snapped Mrs. Trigger; -be
was dreamlti aboat a baseball game."
Tb.s Othsr 8Id.
Husband njlldly you should re
member, my dear, that tbe most pa
tleot person that ever lived was a
man. wife- (Impatlentlyi-Oh, don't
talk to toe about tbe paUenceof that
man Job! Jfist think of, tbe patience
poor MrrV, Job must bare bad to en
able her to put up wltb sucb a man.
Bctf.hliler I nm going to call my new
play "The Wicked Flee." Wlgwag-1
suppose yoifll-er-try it on tbe dog.
- rii llndelpUa Itecord.
, . s , ; . -
Toe Cold For the Candle.
It Is a cold .llmate lu wblcb a flams
raunot keep Itself warm." One of the
sclcutUU attached to tbe I Vary ex
pedition has personally told of th& ef
fect of Intense cold on a wax candle
tbat be tried to bum. Tbe tempera
ture was 35 degrees below tero, and
lu effects were felt not only by the
members of tbe expedition, but eren
by tbe candle In question. .It gave
fortb no cheery tight sucb as might
have been expected from It In other
circumstances, and when It came to
be examined It was 'found tbat tbo
flame bad all It could do to keep Itself
warm. Tbe air was so cotd tbat tbe
Oame was not powerful enough to melt
all tbe wax of tbe candle, but was
compelled to eat Its way down, leaving
a skeleton structure of wax In tbe
form of a bollow cylinder. Inside this
cylinder tbe wick burned wltb a tongue
of yellow lire, and here and there tbe
beat was sufficient to perforate the
outer covering and leave boles of odd
shapes which turned tbe cylinder Into
a tube of loccllko wax, through tbe
boles In wblcb tbo light sbone wltb a
strange, weird bcauty.-SU Louis He
public. Directions In London.
In London and throughout tbe tight
little island tbe words "up" and
"down" have a peculiar significance.
In going to Loudon from any partof
England you go "up." in traveling lu
any direction from the capital you go
"down." Bo in London Itself every
thing goes "up" If it goes in tbo direc
tion of tbe bank-tbat Is, tbe IJank of
England and going from tbat center
toward any of the points of tbe com
pass Is to go "down."
Tbe word bank, wblcb is not only
always spelled with a capital "D," but
Is always uttered wltb an Imprcaslvo
ness tbat suggests au Initial letter of
tbe largest type, may bo said to be in
n sense iniercuangcauie witu city, a
term of equal dignity and value In tbe
oyes of Englishmen and llkowlao in
variably adorned will a capital H0."
Tbe city docs not mean fondou by
auy means. It means a certain limited
sectlou of London, tbo part wboro
business Is mainly carried on and
where tbe great financial institutions
A Poor Fit.
Qeorge Graham Vest once won a
case for his cllont by a Meat retort.
To testify against Vest's client there
was brought into court a certain wit
ness whose ill favored couutcuanco
matched bis unsavory reputation in
the community. Tbe man's testimony
was most unfavorable to the defend
ant, and so, of course, Vest proceeded
to discredit bis story. As the witness
was unkempt and poorly clad, bis
clothes banging about him In inuumer.
able folds and wrinkles, tbe counsel
the first 100 lots
business, etc., this beautiful addition, is THE BEST OP ALL.
i, ton i ... !.. .. "i-triirrs rnnwnu I nr ADCHI I ITR1 V
auiu tuu iui wb Klvw wiiwiwu vvii"s-, t.i nuwL.wik.i4i - ',
show you over this property. " " ' " :r i '
tbelr turnlo mage II appear iliat "Vest
was making capital of tbe poor ap
pearance of tbo man. Mr. Vest, of
course, druled this allegation In tbe
course of bis closing remarks, adding:
"Gentlemen of tbo Jury. It tbat man's
face tit bltn as well as bis coat bo
would be a good looking man."
Tbo Jury returned a verdict for the
Close Range Duels.
During tbe first Qfty years of tbe
old American uavy, 17ltt-liH, tbe
mortality of naval o(Dcers resulting
from duels was two-thirds that result
lug from naval wars. In tbe eighty-two
duels listed by a recent writer thirty
six men were killed, all naval officers
except three civilians. Tbo er cent
of mortality was 22. or five times tho
mortality of the federal army fit tbe
civil war. One-half of those not killed
In these duels were wounded. The
Urge number of casualties was un
doubtedly duo to tbo short distance
between tbo combatants, which cus
tomarily was ouly ten paces, or thirty
feet. In a few duols the distance was
even less. In tbe Ilarron-Dccatur
duel It was twenty-four feet and only
twelve in tbo Ilalnbrldgo-Cocbrau
Ltd by the Nose.
An analytical chemist was retained
as a skilled witness some years ago
where there were questions of analyt
ical chemistry. There was one en no
where a farmer bad bought some arti
ficial manure, and be was being sued
for tbe price of It He resisted pay
ment on tbe ground that the material
bad uoue of tbe qualities of manure
at all, Tbe expert chemist was one
of tho witnesses and bud staled tbat,
although tbo substance had tho smell,
It bad none of tbo cbomlcal qualities
of manure. Under cross examination
bo was asked, If that was so, bow did
bo account for hundreds of tbo best
farmers having taken the manure for
many years. "They must have boon
led by tho now," returned tbo witness,
Tkls Sl OssrsstsH rurs
Mr CltJll.Tr Cft, Mir., Mtui, OratM
MMaim iimimniim linirilwi
Jjijou 1 heater
i STiTT.- ml,.
I I 1 n'l 1uiiiiIi
FIRST SHOW 7:30
I SECOND SHOW 8:30
i ..'-' I ) mi . .-MLLIU
Change of Program Sun
days, Tuesdays, Fridays
I Admission 15tfts
I Children lOtfs
Your Patronage Is Always
Patterson Drug Co.
Iet us show you au
A nice Hhipmcnt of
'We ore In business lor your
i ; '
1 M '
- aw j j
i - .
joaw ,- tcrv
f j, S "rtn.',
B -V ato. . .
a.?.-; , ijfcwrtiii
' lv mi .?!!
i ' . ....
-. TO. . HTf'
- - - -w
ForSste. ' f
Milk cows, 1 well bred Jeriey,
have been milking n nhorUtlroe.
Ranch 5 tulles southeast of Sisters.
K. O. Andxkwa,
29 ,14 Cllne Falls, Or.
THE BEST 8AFEGUARD
If for any cause tbe horse or oilier
Jomettlc anlmsl exhibits a lack of energy,
proper relish for food, or an appearance
5f general debility, timely sctlou should
be taken for tbe restoration of lu health,
(n the natural fond of our domestic
animal Nature provides certain peculiar
mwiciuai neri, leaves, barks and roots
which seem necessary for their health.
Pacific Stock Food lu greatly condensed
form is Intended to supply tbo cisenljai
virtues of those health-Hiving natural
remedies and is prepared expressly f!or
those animals deprived by man of thill1
natural food. It (a an alttratlve Ionic
which stimulates the various organs of
till ImvIv. nrmtiif. Him a.-iIah. f..V!ii
on the general system and restores the
uisoruercu conditions to a normal state.
It Stimulate tlln anncllli. Imntnwi llm
digestion and assimilation of food, nurlfla
the blood and 1 mures a good, health
condition, jiookict tree,
Movt CiiitMiCAt, Co. Portland, Oregon
THE BEND BliLLET.fi
MODGRN TYPE', MODERN
Call at olllco or phone u
I'hone No, 86
Wall Street, rieur Ohio.
Wif , r
fc ? , ft' ' f
fpr the opposing euie endeajrorcd In J
The Bulletin; i. 50 a year,