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Caldwell & Main '
AH Kinds of Blacksmith
Minnesota St., Hot. Bond nnd Wall.
BIG PICNIC PARTY
SVJ.VHSTKR I. 5TAATS KVHRT t. JOXHS
Stants and Jones
Attorneys and Couutcllors at Law.
Corner Wall and Mlnncota streets.
W. W. Faulkner, D. M. D.
Dr. A. A. BURR1S, ftTO.;?,!!
Mttltr. Disrs Sucnssfullj Trvslnl
Without the Un of Dn( or Sutgtry, by
the JTstorst Methods of Itrslln j. Citron
k tXsrssc a SpttUllr. CoatultaHoa fret
Wtabtr of tha State aa! National N.turopath
OBW la IloUltss Bide PtnJ. Orrtoa
U. C. COE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
OFFICE OVER FIRST NATIONAL BE.
Office Hours: 10t911a.n1.; 1 to 3 and
7 to S p. m.
Dkkd, : Oregon
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OrriCB IN FIRST NATIONAL BANK DLDC.
Vernon A. Forbes
FIRST NATIONAL B.VNK BLDO.,
Tunialo Polk l!n)oy Delightful Outttijc
As (lucsta of ,Mrs. McKinney.
Tumalo, August 8. As the
guests of Mrs. John 0. McKinney n
large jmrty enjoyed n most delight
ful outing Sunday, going tip Three
Creeks to n pleasant picnic ground,
where they spent the tiny, playing
frames, eating a delicious spread!
and generally having a good time.
Those who went were: Miss
Woolley, Cleo Woolley, Fay Gerk
ing, Nellie James, Nellie Seoggln,
Lottie Montgomery, Flossie Hero.
Myrtle Berry, Violet McKinney,
LClara McCulley, Mabel Gertson, B.
CCjdy, Arthur Gertson, Charles
Winter, II. Woolley, Grover and
Ray Gerklng, Neil Raj', George
Couch, Ted Becker, Philip Smith, S.
W. Scott, Herbert Suttle, Willard
Berry. Paul Scoggin, Herbert Soog-
gin, Lester Gist, John McKinney,
John McCulley. Phil Oleson and
a big bob cat just preparing to put
the dual touches to pussy. Seeing
Kelly the wild eat hit tho trnll for
safer climes, while the domestic
feline ducked under the house,
It Wat Tunsd to Play a Costly Air For
Itnebel. tin f union m tress, did not
neglect nity- tiion 11 of turntiiK a morn
where it stayed for two days nnd a J ,,w ,",,H",,I "n'' , '", ".', '!?" !'?
,,..,, . of Iht I riincl tlilbblo lull tho ful
half. Aside from n
it was uninjured.
scratch or two
WEST ROAD IS BEST
WARD !!. COBLE JESSE L. SUMRALL
Coble & Sumrall
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS
ROBERT B. GOULD
Civil Engineer and Surveyor.
Wall and" Minnesota Sts.
Bend,, - - Oregon.
PHILIP P. THOAIAS
Civil Engineer and Architect
Crook County Abstract Co.
ABSTRACTS OP TITLE
to ail land and town lots in Crook count v.
B. F. Wyldb, Secy.
Wc photograph the records.
Horseshoeing a Specialty.
Corner Bond and Oregon Streets.
Route To Crater Lake Recommended
Drakes Locate in Pasadena.
"Automobilists going either to
Klamath Falls or Crater Lake should
take the western road by way of
Fort Klamath instead of Klamath
Agency, if they want the best
going," says J. M. Lawrence, who
returned Monday from n three
weeks trip, from here to Crater
Lake and Medford by auto, and
Mr. Lawrence states that the
roads on this side of the Cascades
are far superior to those on the
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence left their
car at Medford, thence going to
southern California. At Los Ange
les they visited the Drakes, who are
building a home in Pasadena.
MAY SECURE LEAVE
CROOK GETS $4,654.08
State Scltonl I'uitd aro Apportioned
Among Countlrs lly Kay,
Salkm, Aug. ".State Treasurer
Kay has announced the apportion
ment of the common school funds
among the various counties. Crook
County gets $1,054.08; Harney, $2,
280.96; Klamath, $4,177.92; Lake,
The total apportionment is $347,-
124.48, which is divided among
180,794 school children.
CLOVER GROWS FAST
Oeorgc S. Young Proves Mlmsclf Local
Durbank as Seed Hustler.
"There were some knockers who
told me I couldn't get clover to
sprout in less than ten days," said
George S. Young Friday. "And
here is what I did."
Whereupon Mr. Young displayed
n sample of clover, well along,
which was planted on July HOth nnd
sprouted Tuesday evening, Aug. 1st.
low tun story nf jt'isoltiiri
liuchel UrM Mtiw nnd mtinlrt'd It In
mi urilM's studio. "Oh i it to mo,"
ino mi til "I wnnt to prvtt'iul Hint It
in Hio nulmr mi which I iMiriii'il my
living n h a street sluiter."
Tin J I'M aeoimil a plcnsniit inn, nnd
I tit' urtlit bunded over the Instrument.
Itiichel embellished It wlili ribbon
nnd Iiiiiik It In tior own iirtriiiiitut,
where It duly attracted ihe utli'iitlmi
of Achllle h'ould. tlio banker. Ilenr
hit It story, he expressed the wish
lo Hse It. "Very well," said
Undid, "you can have It for a thou
mi ml louls."
"Hive hundred." said Hit banker.
tryliiK to harcaln.
"No, a thousand." sold llnrhel, ex
pressing hur disdain for tbuae who
And the banker actually pnldatbou
and loula for the worthlnu knlck-ktini-k.
It la said that be learned tha
truth when be tried lo sell bis treo
use at tho Hotel Drouot and that Ihe
discovery of the boas utarly vent hint
Into a Qt ou the- floor.
has I'kODUCiivu iaudi.n
Probably few people ronllxu Just
what is being ilouo tit the Bond
Hospital In tho way of raising
"homo grown" produi'tn ftir the
patlentri. With little or no outside
held MIhi"! Korshnw nnd her
assistants are conducting a very
successful little garden, from which
tlicv are able to supply tho hospital
table with fresh vegetables. In ad
dition, these ladles have cared for
the lawn surrounding the hospital
building, which has coino to bo one
of the most attractive in town.
QOLD ON TUA1ALO
F. 0. MINOR
LIFE FIRE ACCIDENT
Notary Public and Conveyancing All
Legal Papers Correctly Drawn.
For Relief of Homesteaders
The following Washington dis
patch appeared in the Portland
Oregonian of Aug. 3:
The Houe public land committee lias
reported favorably the Warren bill
granting leave of absence until April 15.
I9W. to homesteaders in drouth reisious
ol the Coast.
At the request of Representative Laf
fertv the bill Hat amended to include
the'llurus. Malheur. The Dalles and I.a
Grande districts. The bill will pais the
Houm: as an emergency measure.
The Bulletin has communicated
with Representative LafTorty and
probably by next week will be in a
position to give detailed information
concerning the application of the
new bill in the local homestead
POWHLL Hurra M-WS.
Powell Butte, Aug. 7. Mrs
George Roe of Pasco, Wash., is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Allen
A party from the Buttes went to
the Crooked River bridge Sunday.
Among them were Mr. nnd Mrs.
Bussctt, Mrs. Brown and family and
Miss lla Charlton.
Mrs. Ida Davis of Portland is
spending a month with Mrs. Doc
Bayn. Mrs. Davis is an artist and
while here will paint a picture of
MEASURING THE EARTH.
Craiteithtnta Mad tha First Attsmpt
and Did Fairly Wall.
Tho earliest attempt lo tuenauro the
clrvtitufi'rviH'e of Hit fitrtli win mndo
by u Urwk, KruHiiittlifiif. Mint waa
born '.'Til It, C. lie found Hint nt
Syi'tio the Ktiomon. or tirli:bt plllnr.
uiil by ihi (Irit'ka to ini'iixurv the
bvlk'lit of the sun In the aky, ahowul
Iho aim to U exnrtly ovvrliend at
mlddily at the time of the summer
MtUilce, while at Alexnndrln Iho isno
mou enst a ahndow upon the mtini?
date, aliowltip that tho latter (Millit
wax om-tHtlrtti of the earth a circuit
feri'ine north of rtyeaet.
KraKliMlhenea reuMitieil correctly
that Ihv li'iicth of tho ahudow tit Alex
audrla tro the aarue relation to the
clrvumfm'iico of the small circle de-iK-rlUtl
from the lop of the ctrnmon na
a iviitt-r ttiMt Ihe distance betwivn tbe
twucltlm lnre lo the clrrumferviicrnr
Ihe clotw. This taller waa B.Um siadln.
or ntxiut itn mllra. which when mul-tlplli-d
by nfty Klri-a aii.Vi inllm as
tbe vlreumfrreuiv of the arth. Thta
rvsult la not quite cvrrnt. hut a
nearly so as could be exixt'tiil from
the first ruueh attempt to inttlmate It.
-New York Mall.
M. W. of A.
Pilot Butte Camp No. 9794
Meets every' Tuesday in hall over
Visiting Neighbors always welcome.
C. I. Bozell, V. C.
W. W. Orcutt, Clerk.
I. 0. 0. F.
Bend Lodge No. 218
Reg. Meetings evory Monday night
N. P. Welder, N. G.
H. J. Eggleston, Secretary'.
Deschutes Lodge No.
103, K. of P.
Meets every Wednes-
lay evening at 8 p. m.
in Castle Hall, post-office
Elmer Niswonger, C. C.
M. R. Knutson, K. R. & S.
BUSSET SETS EXAMPLE
Oregonian Tries to Transplant Success
ful Central Oregon RanJicr.
In an editorial in the Portland
Oregon of July 31st the success of
E. A. Busset. of Powell Buttos, who
came to Central Oregon in 1903
with $10 and now is worth about
$20,009, is dwelt upon as an ex
ample of what may be done in this
country upon a farm. With not
unusual inaccuracy, the Orogonian
writer status that Mr. Buseet lives
"just north of Pilot Butte post
otTice." But "there ain't no such
animal," and dosplte tha stafT
correspondent Mr. Busset continues
to live at Powell Buttos.
Flngtrad Orangts Small 6wL
but Ara Nat Good lo Cat.
A ruo-i wi-lrd ItMikluu fruit la the i
Ore flnrcml urniipr. It t:nw lu exnvt
ly Ihe shape of u btilf otu immt Uvea
the nalltt ure lilcinlrnl. hnrU ikiIdiii)
and rlnw-llke. tlplni; the unitiKe
flower with a length equal. In some
can. to thnv Imbi.
Ii Is no frrnk, but n proper kind of
ornnKt. beloiiKlnc to a special vnrlety.
The treo Itself la n nicciil Utile shrub
that doen not arrrnce more thnu five
or alx feet In holubt In Its nnilre borne.
Jnpnn. It iUki not Krow atrolchl. na
the ordinary orauce tree should, but Is
rurvrd In nil dlreetlona.
Kien tho braurht prow In cplrnl or
twlHted formo. m that Hip wlillh of Ihe
iree N ofii-n cri'aier Ihun the hi-lctit.
The fruit ItiH-ir Is of n wle yellow
t'Otor. of n pure lemon hue. cruwlne
Kreeul't) lownrd the stem The tdu Is
Immense, rousldfrlnu the MimUm-" of
Ihe tre tti larci-sl otifs inoaHitrlnij
when tnaiure fully ien liuhm from
tbe wrist in the kIiii of the middle
lliicpr. Ineljidltii: he mill.
Ilul tlirrnilt U not coed to ent.
tboiiKh what il tm-k In flnrnr It more
limn tnakii. trixnl In irfumc. l'erhaa
the atrnncest lliltif about till perfume
In that II I" Ihe fruit nnd not Iho flower
Ibiit I odorous.-IVotxm's Weekly.
Mssleo's Way With Womin.
Woman's place lu Mexican life Is Ihe
Inevitable tnlncllnit of ihe Moorish
ldina nf the Hpnnlsb conquerora and
Ihe snrnce Ideaa of the natives, llir
Mllwnuki-e Hentlnel aaya. The Casfll
tan hides his wlfo ana daughter tx
hind atone walla and the picturesque
lattice of romance, and be Is their
lord and master. On the other hnnd.
the Indian tribe arc. of course, still
bound by the spirit of the ancient sat-
j ace customs. Historian tell of one of
i the baptismal ceremonle of the Meh
le tribe, who fotieht Ihelr wny lo u
I premaey lone U-fore the Mpnnlsh ar
j rheil on the eene. To each liy Iwby
I the priest chanted thl rommniHl'
I "Thy profession and faculty I war. )
i thy nbllenllnn lo elre Ihe sun In drink
I bliKMl of the enemle and the enrtti
eorjwe of Ihe foe" To the rlrl I hi by
they sahl with far les eeri'mmilal-
"You are to stay within tho limine, a
the heart dov within the liflily Our
Lord enshrine you In that place, nnd
your ofllre I to fetch and lo crlud
maize In the rnetate."
(Continued I'roiu I'rtge I.)
east, it being not "burnt." Appar
ently n great mass of rock was shot
up through tho Invn formation.
That it is mineral bearing appar
ently has been demonstrated with
out possibility of doubt. The ex
tent of the mineral and lU value
can only lx; ascertained by develop
Already several tunnels nnd shafts
are under wny, a depth of over 100
feet having been reached in the
main Golden Raes shaft. All
assays, say those who made them,
were from surface or near-surface
rock. The miners say tho npM;ar
unco of the rock is more promising
an they get lower.
In addition to tho claims in the
Tumalo field it is understood that
many have been filed further wost,
near Broken Top, nnd that pros
pecting also is being done In the
Among local men who hnve either
Investigated or taken claims in the
new Klderado are: F. 0. Minor, S.
C. Caldwell, A. L. French, II. M.
Smith. II. J. Kggloston. A. M.
Perry. Klmer Merrill. I M. Toiler.
M. J. Morrison, C. M. Davis, W. C.
Bredenhngen, Fred VanMatre, C. II.
and C. M. Hunter, M. A. Palmer,
K. 1). Mcintosh. (J. W. Shrlner, Tom
Murphy, Allen Thomjmon, Charlcti
Bachelor, K. J. Taylor, W. M. Klrby.
C. (5. Seward. I). J. Robldeau. W.
C. McCulston, 0. M. Patterson, J.'
H. Hearn, F. ,S. .SalTord, M. S.
Lnttin, C. W. Myers, John Carmtxly,'
John Klktns, Mont O'Donnell, M. .
Knutson, K. K. Parker, It. p. P
Manion, 0. C. Ilenklu, II. B. Fonl.J
Tom Trlplelt. I
Promptly Attended to
Shop on Oregon St.
-:- FIREARMS -:-
Lnrrc stock of Hciniiiton, Winchester
and Snvitfic kuiis enrricd. '-"J-Cnlihcr
rifles of all kinds. The hunting .season is
here and you'll want the hoi equipment.
HUNTING SUPPLIES also on hand.
Skuse Hardware Company.
TKe McCormick Line
MUCH WATER USED
BEND LODGE No. 139
A. F. & A. M.
Meets on Thursday on or
, before the full moon of each
month. Visiting brothers
H. O. ELLIS. 8.r. O. M. REDFICLO, W. M.
JOHN CAGK.S, Ifop.
Pioneer Soda Factory
Alt Kinds of
Carbonated Drinks and Ciders
Per Capita Shows Ucnd Better Off
It is estimated by Engineer Stan
burrough that about 151,000 gal
lons of water passes through the
pumping station of the local water
plant every day. Of this amount
approximately 24,000 is used in
sprinkling the streets. '
Reckoning on a basis of a 1100
population, this means that Bend
uses in the neighborhood of 137
gallons per head. It is understood
that at present the per capita con
sumption in Portland is 80 gallons.
In Spokane it is in excess of 300
BOB CAT ATTACKS PUSSY.
When S. R. Kelly was working on
the O. W. B. Riley place last week
he heard Mr. Riley's cat howling.
Running around the house to see
wl.at the trouble was, he discovered
THE SHORTEST SPEECH.
It Vas Dcllvsrsd by Cassar and Con '
slated of a Omnia Word.
Jullu Cnrwir hold ihe record for 1
brerlly-ol rouvlurltiK speech. I
The story I loitl th.it while Caesar ;
wn lu Ihe luldM or hi NtrupKle for ,
Ihe tuustiTy of the llnmnn empire tbe
soldiers of til fuiorllv Teutli legion
mutinied, lie uptieureU before them.
mid. interim; the oiiu word "Uulrlte,"
I m used.
That word tni-Hn. of course, "citi
zens." bui lo ihe veteran 10 whom It
wu nddreiUM-d II tuitiiit u (treut deal
more. It wn the svlul Utih used lu
uddressltiR Itnmiin voter aasembled Id
u purely vh le cupuclty, not na soldier,
but a civilian.
To Ihe uiutluniis soldiers it raeaut
thai Ibe great rommaudvr. whom they
had followed for ten long year from
tbe Alp to tbe Tim me and from the
Ithlne 10 ibe Pyrenees nnd aero the
Iluhlcon, disowned them na soldier
nnd dismissed them from hi victori
Iteollzliig It meaning, tbe story
goes, tho mutineers were appalled.
Uattlo scarred veterans burst Into
tear. Implored tbelr leader to pardon
them and Inflicted summary punish
ment upon the Inciter of the mutiny
na n proof of their reiwntaDce.
Al a hnnque t held In hi honor In Tor
dn, Xlnunis Jnkal wn called ii'n to
propose Ihe toast of "The l-mllr " Up
msile an excellent spin-ch. durlus
wlili U he rnntlnnnlly toyed with tin
brown curl upon hi forehead I'tiinl
ly he said: "I raise my das In honor
of the crnrlmjs Indie of Torda. May
they all live until my Imlr crow
crny." Ill audience drank 10 the
toast, but It ws eny to see by the
fart-a of ihe Indie prei-ut tlmt they
did not think much of tin- compliment
Joknl rose nctiln from hi seal nnd
took from hi tu-nd n innunlllrent
brown wtc, showlnc an entirely I wild
bend lieneatli II. "My hair." he added,
"will never grow jrrny " And the In
die, who hail not known of hi bold
ness, were more than pnclfli-d.
Ostend-Pa. whin kind of ships are
courtMblp Pa-Hoft ship, my son.
Ostend-And whni kind of ships sail
tbe sea of matrimony? I'a-Uard-ships,
111 son. London TJt-Ulta.
"It was Cervantes, was It not, who
said. 'No tnnD I born wise T"
"Perbspa It waa. but women found It
at lonr before Cervantes dld."-bi-cago
Plants Vllhout Roots.
The "flower of the nlr" Is n rurlnu
plant found Ip China and Jnpan, It Is
so called because It appear lo hare no
root and I never Died to the earth II
twines around a dry tree or sterile
roelc. Ench shooi produce two or
three flower Mke a Illy while, trans
parent nnd odoriferous. It I rnimble
of Mm; trnusHiried ivm or "( mile,
and II crow ua It travels, auspt-udvd
on n twig.
A Fldgaty Ag.
ftepne of manner was considered at
one time exxenflal to the well bred
woman, but thl I nn Ideul lonjr eon.
'signed to the psst Kvery one fldifel
In these resile day, nn one hit time
fn sit still nor to listen for more than
n minute nl a time without being bored
and showing it London Queen.
PIcr (sententlpuslyi To him that
bath shall be iclven, you know Vogtt
Ye, the man who ha n head get
ahead. Pre noticed. noiton Transcript.
Tbe beautiful seems right by force
of beauty and tbe feeble wrong be-
a4tiLm rt ear IrniMsa fYawtaw -mI)
VMtawv w wsiiaiiws MlvnuiU. a I
322Tl-7 i K 7Ak vtsF Jv
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF
This Is ono good reason why you should buy a '
Work Promptly Done and Guaranteed Pint Class.
Bend Hardware Co.