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LIKE AN ANCIENT FORT.
Mtxloo' 8plkd Mountain a Curiam
13 uuo Ul mu uivdi. tctuai&auiu gCulOg
i, lct freaks In Mexico Is a mountain
tho appcaranco at a dlstanco of being
inrnrjul rltli finlkpa. Thn d1na n !.
i mountain are closely studded with
i mono columns or pansaucs. Tncso col
. umnn nr tiro feet to twelvn tnnt Inn
if. end as largo around as an average
; nun's uouy.
It la a rcmarkablo uplift of nature,
tvhlph hna tho nnnpflrnnriv hntvarop
J being tbo handiwork of Irrnian beings.
I' One side of tbe mountain Is almost
perpendicular, and tbo stone columns
iiu.uuu ....... .u 0....U11- ai rigui
. nuius, iviuiiiif, 1111 .uiuuanive picture.
Pachuca Is one of tbe most noted
mining districts In Mexico, and It Is
nald by geologists that tbls remarkable
nnlL'nrl ninmttnln im mtf .f l.Ai.t.. ,..
By the remainder of the formation of the
The Rtnnn la am linnl n nin .i t.-n
., a Miwfc wmi ,s
withstood the elements for ages. The
spikes form a natural battlement that
makes the mountoln appear from a
ilUfnnPp lllf nnmn anplnnf ..
Tbo mines of tbo Tachuca district
are situntcd not far from this wonder
ful freak of nature, but the forma
tion encountered In their respective
underground workings Is of an entire
ly different kind from that of the
jiallsade. Pearson's Weekly.
Mad a Me.it of It,
During a social evening a woman
sang for the guests. One of the guests
turned to a meek looking little mau sit
ting ut his side and said: "IIow nwfult
Who can she be?"
"Thar," replied the man addressed.
'l my wife."
"Ob, I b-b-beg your pardonl" stut
tered tbe other. "She's really a-l
.know she'd nine lipn.ltlfiillr If aim
mado a better selection of her music.
v no no you suppose wrote that song."
"I am the author of that song," re
plied tbo meek looking little man.
(Continued from Paso 2.)
Bond for treatment, returning tho
R. A. niancbard, tho now county
agriculturist, stopped at Mllllcan
I The Bend
I ' CAFE
II Under the management ol I
C. G. HUDSON
Table Service, Better
things, for your table
Everything will be
HI of the best that can
III be purchased
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We Never Close 1
111 1037 DOND STREET
NATIONAL FOOD EXPOSITION. PORTLAND
NOV. 9 'TO 18
PACIFIC LIVESTOCK SHOW. PORTLAND
DEC. 4 TO 9
Central Oregon "OWL"
SAVE A DAY
Portland and Central Oregon
California Trips at this time of year are Ideal. All rail
or rail and "ocean routes. The short ocean voyage via
tho "Twin Palaces" exceeds your ndMt,exPet?"58
of comfort and pleasure. Fares Jncludo meals and berth.
DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE, PORTLAND TO
SPOKANE AND THE EAST
Thursday, on his way to llrothers.
Hampton and Rivers, returning Fri
Mrs Ernest Edmonds has been
v siting vvlth her sister, Mrs. Adams
of Powell llutte.
Friday, Mrs. Forgey had lunch
with Mrs. Keller,
Herbert Moore s doing carpenter
work for Charles Houston.
Mr. and Mrs. ,11m Hpatson and
Mrs. 1. L. Owen and daughter, Char
lotte, called at the Mt. Pino Inn nnd
at Mrs. Keller's Saturday.
Mrs. P. It. .Tntmann nn.1 l.nn
children wero riding Sunday. Mrs.
duunsob is now quite u capable
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Holland and
children called nt thn k'nilor t,n.,
Sunday afternoon. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Holland also went tn tim !!,,..
Mesdapps Jim Heatson and It. It.
Keller went to Hend with P. n jnim.
son today. Mrs. licataon returned
tho same day, while Mra. Keller will
renialu at Ilend sevnr.il invn in imvn
some dental work done. Mrs. J. J.
Holland and children wilt otnv ni thn
Keller ranch to look after the Keller
boys nnd stock during Mrs. Keller's
For olyn painting bco Edwards.
A doslrnble bread knlfo freo with
evory nnnunl subscription to" The
(Special to Tho DnltoMn)
SISTEIIS, Oro., Oct. 13. D. A.
Bowman is now working n crow of
men on the McKlnney cut-off, com
pleting tho road begun Inst mimmnr.
II. J. Ovorturf was over recently
Inspecting tho work being done Hy
Heccntly a 7-ator meeting was hold
In Allen's Hall nt wh'ch a movement
wns Inaugurated for tho purposo of
piping water from Squiw crook Into
tho town of Sisters for domestic use.
A committee, was nnnalnted to In.
vestlgate tho proposition.
Mra. 0. Iiuchanan, who received
Injuries from a fnll from her horse,
is now recovorlng. Dr. Hobblns Is in
Miss Alice Orogan and A. Griffith
wore recently married In Prlnovlllo.
Tho Sisters sawmills contlnuo nc
tlvo filling rush orders. J. P. Duckett
has a crew of men working in tho
Will give you Better J
tub ni:xn rullktin, vrsd, ore.,
woods and two logging teams haul
It. W. Grogan, who has been work
lug In He ml this summer, has re
turned. Ho reports that everything
Knuto Cobb Is busy gathering In
cattle from the range.
Now that tho election draws' near
there is beginning to be some dlsciu
sion of tho things to be voted on.
Tile policies and acts of Woodrow
Wilson arc nrouslng the most Inter
est. A largo poster on tho front porch
of the Gist Hotel is provoking ar
guments both for and ngalnst.
County dlvlslou pops up occasionally,
but there Is much less agitation over
this measure than theru wns two
years ago. This apathy U attributed
by the friends of the measure to tho
fact that many, both of tho friends
nnd also the enemies of the measure,
believe It will carry by a large ma
jority In tho proposed new county.
incre arc those also who bcllevo
that the majority should rule In this
matter as well as in other public
matters, and slnco over C2 per cent
of tho people of tho proposed new
county Btood for division two years
ago, they are willing that division
should carry this time. Again thcro
are those who know that until divi
sion began to .bo agitated this ond
of the county received nothing llko
tho amount pf money for Improve
ments that It paid in In taxes. Thoy
know that If ltedmond now "kills tho
measure for n long time," it will bo
u long time In that case before wo
again receive our due proportion of
tho county money used for public
works. These peoplo do not again
wish to pay trlbulo to ltedmond and
For farm land loans seo J. Itynn
& Co. Reasonable rates, prompt
No More Ihicknche fur Her.
Mrs. J. M. Gasklll, Etna Green,
lud.i writes: "I suffered from severe
backache and sharp pains. I could
not stoop over. Foley Kidney Pills
gavo mo such relief that I cannot
praiso them too highly." This stand
nvd remedy for kldnoy trouble, pijd
bladder ailments can bo taken with
r.bsoluto safety. Sold everywhere.
Seo Edwards for papor hanging.
IN THE COUNTY OOUItT OP THE
STATE OK OIIEGON l'Olt CltOOIC
NOTICE FOU PfniilCATIO.V.
Department of tho Interior, U. S.
Land olTIco nt Tho Dalles, Oregon,
September 16, 1910.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Ia
vona E. Itogers, of Ilend, Oregon,
who. on April 12, 1910, mado Desert
Land Entry. No. OGIGC, for W'Vu
NW, Section C. Township 17
South, Itango 12 EaBt. Wlllamctto
Meridian, has filed notice or Inten
tion to make Final Desert Land
Roofing of nil kinds. Repairing
J. A. MacCLOSKEY
Cornices and Skylights.
Gilbert (& Son
Tho only store in Ilend
where you can get your gro
ceries and moats at the same
Phone lied 271
UP THE HOUSE
WE'LL CLEAN YOUR LINEN,
CLOTHES, SILK DRESSES, Etc.
Wednesday, octorer is, 1010.
Proof, to establish claim to the land
aoovo uescrilpcil, before H. C. Ellis,
u, a. uommissionor, nt Hend, Oregon,
on the 2fith day of October 1916.
Claimant names as witnesses: Al
bert Hnrryman, August Hallberg,
i-iuricK .Mogan, .lames it. iienham,
an oi ncnu, Oregon.
H. FItANK WOODCOCK,
IX THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OHHCON FOR CUOOK
In tho matter of the estate of Jesso
i.. l'oush, Deceased.
Notice Is hcrnhv clvnn (lint nur.
atinnt to the Order of this Court
dated Sentemlipr ?r.th. mil! dm un
dersigned will from and after October
BBtu, istib, proceed to boII at private
Bnie tor casn mo following described
rent estate of nulil nutntn tn-wlt'
NWW of Section 8, Township 18
aouiu oi itaugo it k, v. M.
s. n. riAi.nu'Rt.r.
as Administrator of tho Estate of
Jesso L. Polish, deceased. 30-33c
NOTICE FOR PUHLICATION.
Department of tho Interior, U. S.
Land Olllco nt Tho Dallts.Oregon,
September 27th, 1910.
NOTICE Is hereby given that
Walter A. King, of Alfnlfn. Oiocon.
who, on March Ulst, 1913, mr.de
Homestead Entry No. 011497, for
NEW E'6 NWW, EH 8V. Sec
lion i. Township 17 South, Ithngo
n Knst, Willamette Meridian, ins
filed notice of Intention to make Fin
al Tlireo Year Proof, to c.tnbl!sh
clnlm to the land nbovo described.
before II. C. Ellis, U. S. Commlsnlon-
or, nt Hend, Oregon, on tho 7th day
of Novomber, 191C.
Claimant nines as wltucnsrs:
Mary F. Ilcnn, Henry E. HtifL,, JrnoJ
A. Ruffe, Harry E. Atcn, all of Al-
II. FllANIC WOODCOCK.
NOTICE FOR PUHLICATION.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land olllco at Tho Dalles, Oregon,
Setomberp 1C, 1910,
NOTICE Is hereby given that Aug.
ustlno Werner, of Ilend, Oregon,
who, on September nth, 191G, mndo
Homestead Entry, No. 07407, for
EV48WW, Lots 3 & 4, Section 30,
Township 20 South, Itango )1 EaBt,
Willamette Mcrldan, has (lied no
tlco of Intention to miiko Final Five
Year Proof, to establish claim to the
Imul nhove described, before II. C.
Ellis, U. S. Commissioner, nt Ilend.
Oregon, on the lifith day of October,
Claimant nnmeg ns witnesses:
Oeorgo W. Trlplett, ThomnH W. Trip
lett, Martin J, Main, Fred L. Hiiey,
all of Ilend, Oregon.
II. FRANK WOODCOCIC,
DRY FACTORY WOOD
YOU DON'T HAVE TO SPLIT IT
NOR SAW IT -
SPECIAL PRICE FOR
FIVE LOAD ORDERS
Bend White Pine Sash Co.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OHECON FOR THE
COUNTY OF CROOK.
Ednn llurcli, Plaintiff, vs. Lconnrd
To Leonard Unroll, tho nbovo namod
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON, you nro hereby requir
ed to appear and answer tho com
plaint of tho plaintiff Hied against
you In tho above entitled cnuso and
court, on or hoforo November 1,
1910, thnt (Into being nix weeks from
tho llrst publication of this ntim-1
The manufacturers of Electric
Irons have notified us that the
price has been increased to $4.
We have a few irons on hand
which we will sell at the old
Get Yours At Once
WATER LIGHT & POWER CO.
THE BIG LOADS
limns; nnd If you fall to so appear
or otherwise plead, for want thereof
tho plaintiff will apply to said Court
for tho rellof prayed for In her Com
plaint, to-wlt: for a decree forover
dissolving the bonds of matrimony
existing betweou you and tho plain
tiff. This Summons Is Rcrved upon you
by publication thereof nnco n woolc
for six consccutlvo weeks, pursuant
to nn Order of tho Honorable T. E.
J. Duffy, Judge of thn abovo cntltlod
Court, dated September II, 1910.
llrst publication, Soptombnr SO,
publication, November 1,
A. J. MOORE.
Attornoy for Plaintiff,
.OREGON TRUNK RY.
'PUT YOUR DUDS IN OUR SUDS"
Bend Steam Laundry.
AND DRY CLEANING
CENTRAL OREGON LINE