Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 24, 1903)
Tliora It bo other somob when good
medicine U so much needed u In tht
Tho blood Is Impure, weak and
impoverished a condition indicated
by pimples and other oruptlous on tho
faco and body, by doflclent rlUlIty,
loss ot nppetlto, lack at itrcngth, and
want ot animation.
Make tho blood pure, vigorous and
rich, creato appetite, giro Tltallty,
strviigth and animation, and cur
all eruptions. Have the wholo family
begin to tako them today.
"Hood's Sarssparllla bit been nssd U
our family for soma time, and always with
good results. Lit spring I was all rna
down and cot a bottle ot It, and as usual
received great benoflt," Miss Btoux
Botcx, Stewe, VU
Hood's Snroaparllln promises t
cure and kaaps thci premise.
TRIALS OF THE ACCOMMODATING MAN
WHO HAS A TELEPHONE AT HIS FARMHOUSE
lints OCT la Uio Mnle.
In Hutila no man may enter a gov
ernment establishment without remov
Ins hit bat. a rulo which bat caused
ionic trouble. It appears, aluce the es
tablishment of tho government spirit
hops. There hare been dispute be
tween tbe officials behind tba bars and J
tbc customers aa to tne removal or tut
headgear, with the result that the ques
tion was submitted to the minister of
finance. That official baa caused no
tices to be Issued warning the public
against any disrespectful demeanor
while In the State public bouses, fre
quenters of which must In future r
mora their hats.
CITY pcoplo whoso neighbors uso their telephones think they know nil
nbout trouble," raid n ruddy-faced amateur farmer, "hut I'll compare
note with them any day. If you nre not obliging to your neighbors
In the couutry you would better move back to town: no (his Is what
wo go through with In onler to bo obltsluc. We have tho only telephone
In our vicinity; and my wtfo nnd I ought to draw salaries aa rural mes
sengers. "The other day n cr.U came to our telephone for some ono In town who
wished to talk with Mr. Jinks, our tenant's wife, So my wlfu hnd to lenvo '
Her sowing, lon livr suuboiiuet nnd plinl across the roiiKh fields n third of n
mile to tell Mrs. Jinks to como to the phone. Whrn Mrs. Jinks got ready
sho lumbered up to our house with a fat baby under each arm, nnd found
out that Kosy, a friend of hers In town, wanted her to como and bring hor
out to spend the day.
"'Naw,' bawled back Mrs. Jinks, 'ain't got no hoss.'
"In a day or so nnother friend of the Jinks family telephoned out to
say that she nnd three children would spend Sunday with tho Jlnkses, and
Mr. Jinks must, come In with tho wagon to bring them out. My wife could
not answer that tho Jlnknvs had no horse, as they had Just got one; so sho
promised to deliver the message, 8ho Rare the errand, to tho Jlnkses over
to mo; I Intended to attend to It, and forgot It. The folks In town Rot ready
and waited all day Sunday, but no Mr, Jinks appeared. About Tuesday
thero was a great dlsturbanco on tho fnnn, Involving nit tho Jlnkses. my
brother nnd myself, and both of our wive. Tho message hadn't been car
rled, and everybody was to blame.
"This Is only a sample," said the amateur fnrmer, acconllng to tho
Detroit Free Press. "Wo haro other neighbors near and far; but our Iiousm
Is the telephone office of the district. People In town get mad at us and
pcoplo In the country set mad at us; our lot Is hard."
tIMttX PLANS TO MAKE TMC
DEADLY THIRD RAH. SATE
I TCismr) ijO
5vDfVA n 4 i f fl
A Different State.
Towno Ffelman's home for'a short
trip from his new ranrh in Texas.
itrowne Yes, I raw him.
Towne He's so loll ol Texas
can't talk of anrthins elw.
Browne When I raw him I noticed
that he couldn't talk ot anything, but I
thought it was becaue he was full of
Kentucky. i'hila'ielphia Press.
"Why did old Rolllngold rIvo away
all his money?"
"He was afraid his relatives would
have him adjudged incapable of taking
care of it."
Fred Do you know anything a boot
Joe Do I? My dear boy, I've made
it a life stndy.
Fred With what result?
Joe Well, I've mrreeded in reduc
ing my ignorance, of it to a ecienco.
Just What Happened.
"Penelope," raid the anxious mother,
"tell me truly, did Charles kiss you
"Thero was a (light labia Juxta
position aa Charles took his leave,
mother, bnt I acute you it was only
momentary and therefore Inocuona."
Drsoetklnr tn4 Wif
Its ftU, lUTs IU tnf
St Jacobs Oil
A new process for drying fruit and
vcRetablest already In Uso for drying
bops consists In drawing air through
a grldwork of steam pipes Into a cham
ber below the slotted door holding the
nmterlnls to bo dried. Absorptlun of
sulphurous gasi Is avoided, while
burning Is Impossible. In a test at
Worcester, England, sample of ear-
rots, potatoes, sliced and shredded ap
ples, and other fruits and vegetables,
were kept at temperatures ot JW to
100 degreot for six hours, reaching the
ordinary commercial state of dryness.
Tho cost of working being small. It Is
expected that nn Important new Indus
try will toon develop In England.
The curious phenomena of "symphll
Ism" are being Investigated by E.
Wasmann, a Cerm-in zoologist. This
la tho harboring of foreign species of
Insects, etc.. In tho nests of ants and
termites, and It Is found that more
than ono hundred species of arthro
pods, or creatures with Jointed legs,
are thus associated with the ants, at
least, elghty-flve or ninety species le-
Ing beetles. All nre recognized easily
by certain peculiarities. Most notable,
among the characteristics of theao bee
tles are their oily reddish-yellow or
reddish-brown color, and special exu
dation organs or pores with brownish
hairs, but there are also modifications
of the mouth nnd other jmrts.
Homo ot the discouragements and
failure of amateur photographers may
be due to such Imperfections of shut
ters as were disclosed In a papsr rend
at the recent meeting of the American
Association for tho Advancement of
Science by E. W. Morley of tlw West
ern Kecrve University and I). O. Mil
ler of the Case School of Applied Sci
ence. The better grade of shutters
were found to be fairly constant In op
eration, but the actual duration of ex
posure was often not even approxl-
Wi tnf w llint linllno t jwt du llm iitjkui I
Different shutters of the same make! "I"1 ?'.' wpt ip on him. took good nlm.
Dearborn street hotel, and turned
again to the city mnn. "Seed a hun
ureuj I've seed millions on 'em. Hut
you don t see em any more. Orow day
Is well nigh gone. Time wus when
tho peaky birds mighty utgh eat us
outen houst an homo. I ain't seed
era so thick fer five or six years or so
an' I reckon they ain't n-goln to bo so
plentiful again. I Inrned a good many
Ideea nbout crows when they used to
be lots on 'em.
"You may not know that a crow Is
the thing that comes clostrst, to a cat
In bavin Ita life renewed n lots of
time. It's a fact. Whan tbe corn belt
was simply a-swarmln' with thrm. an
you couldn't hear yer own ears fer
tho cnwln', they would almost eat our
"One year I had a bunch of line
porkers and tho crows would light on
the lacks of the hogs nnd peck away
until they nearly killed 'em. 1 stuck
up nil kinds of scarecrows, but that
didn't do a speck of good. It got so
bad at last that I had to lay out In the
hay mow by the winder and shoot
crows all day. They are mighty shy of
the smell of gunpowder, but they will
risk a good many feathers fer a bite
of live hog,
"One day I seed a big, fat sho.it
como a runnln' across tho lot a squeal
In' nnd on his hack rodo a crow a
peckln away fer dear life. I run out
and scared tbe bird away, but It
wasn't long until here ho come jfrtdlii'
In on a not hor. Ho kept It up till I
got tired of chimin' out and I got my
old ruin and bid behind the woodshed
In a few minutes 'long come another
hog n-squcallii and the same old crow
a-pecklri' holes In his back. I knew I
could plug a chicken hawk on the Hy,
io I took aim at old Mr. Crow. The
rlflo went 'hlng' and I'll Im durned If
that hog didn't drop as dead as a door
nail. The crow flew away cnwln at
me. and I wns so nll-llred mnd 1 hit
the guu orer a post und knocked It Into
"After that I got a dozen shots at
tho same crow with nn old mur.ilc
loader and I knocked enough feathers
out of the bird to make a suit of
mournln' fer nn Indian. One day I
Tho rapid extension of tha third-rail
system electric railroads, not only on
elevated lines, but on surface lines In
the country, has brought tho public
faco to faco with n serious question -
should electric rujlroad companies be
allowed to Interlace the country with
a network of "live" rails, tho slight
est touch of which Is likely to produce
drntli or serious Injury?
Altvndy many third-rail lines nro In
operation on the surface, one being the
road from Chicago to Aurora. Two
similar lines have been Incorporated
within a day or two In Illinois, and
are preparing to build from Chicago
as a center.
When electricity first came Into gm
crnl use as a m6tlvc power, the news
papers were filled with columns of
uiattor almut tho "deadly trolley," and
bitter opoaon developed, llsda rail
road attempted at that time to lay a
llvo rail on tho ground, public Indigna
tion would hare caused an opcii revolt.
Singularly enough, the third-rail sur
face lln'.s now appenr to exctto only a
mild sort of surprise.
Nevertheless, In some sections, move
ments are on foot looking toward a
remedy for the evil, and engineer have
long Iwn busy trying to Invent some
device that would obviate the danger.
In New Tork and Brooklyn so many
accldentn have occurred from the live
rail on tho elevated roads that o line,
hail otunnzn at Tim sinrs.
at least, will soon equip Ita third ralli
with a shield, to protect unfortunate
persons who may fall from derated
trains or platforms.
Many contrivances hare been con
sldcrrd by thu New York tevatitl rail
roads. The in-ttt feasible appears to be
a wooden guard which covers the rail
on thu top nnd one slae, leaving the
other side open. A specially construct
cd "shoe," nttnchrd to the motor car,
nts into this slue slot nnd runs In It.
The rail Itself Is thus out of rmcli.
unless n persin dtlibvrutely puts a hand
or foot Into tho Mot.
Another device that has had consider
ation coiMlst In sn Inverted third mil,
suspended close to the ties, nnd so con
structed that (he "shoe" runs on the
under side. The upper side Is deadened
or Insulated. Tho former plan seems to
be the most practicable, owing to the
difficulty In suspending tho rail prop
Not only will the Improvement pro
tect passengers, but It will save many
exasperating delays during snow and
Ice storms, thv rail being almost en
tlrely protected from such causes of
The Wllkesharre h Hazleton Electric
railroad, In Pennsylranla. la tho tlrst
rrad In the country to adopt n protect
A prominent Southern indy,'
Mrs. Ulttnchar., of Nashville,
Icon., tells hrv sho was cured
of tackache, diulaess, painful
and irregular pertals by Lydia E.
Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound.
" Ortttlituis eompals sua toaeknowl
& lh great laarlt wf your Vege
table OftfapouHtt, I bar suffer til for
four yar with Irrrnlr and painful
aaeattruatlon, sJm AlsiJaena, pains In
tko Wak and lowsr limbs, aad fitful
ileop. 1 dreadtd tha Urns to coiao
whlsh woald only saean saffaring to
m. nix tttlrs t Lydlft ' K.
branght mo haaltli aul happlueM hi a
few short months, sad was worth
mare than months intr the l.)lor'a
Mm, wfcleh really did ant beanfit tn
ai an. i rsei iiks aaoiner per so a now.
My ahea and pains hara Uft lae. I
bm Mtltflsd thsra la so medietas so
rood lor sick woman aa your Vage
tablo Compound, and I advocate it to
ay ltdy friends In ed af madlral
half. "Mm. . A. IU.ajicmasu, in
Ilroad flt,, NashvUls, Tnn. -oow
fttt (WiTmI fU Mix prWatf mWnhm
When women are trouVM wicU
menstrua Irregularities, wmLum,
Uacorrhir, dlralseeiatnt ar ulaaratloa
of U womb, that 1rlag -dawn fecl
Ing, lfUmmto of thaarariaa, back,
aaba, tbay sboald rrHtnWr Uiara U
oos Irle4 and Irnt rtan4j, Lydla 12.
Price, ZSc, and 00c
U'Mit f VvVtte for ',
f Pium CmcuLAna
I Tjl ! " iwi sBea
I TOJolCCO UnTc-noHToo"ifrVi.
rf CJ?Bi8 wHtat Air ttb Tuls. Ka
I-rJ rtmm rW.h Aimil T.f. flrvi- OAA BHfl
v. " --- -- -- -- mm I
and form gave widely different uxoos-
urea when set for the same time. With
thu best shutters of the diaphragm
class the duration of exposure wns
nearly ludependunt of tho aperture of
the opening. Homo shutters of tho
cheaper grades, designed to give long,
medium nnd short exposures, gave
eipijil exposures In the threw nmei.
The effects of tho swift advance of
knowledge, which sometime cjiuhos a
now book on homo brunch of selenvu to
appear u tmck iiiiiiiImt shortly ufter
Its publlciitlou. are felt no less hi
pnictlcal scientific uudertnklngs. A
'.triUIng Illustration Is furnished by
the enormous new conHt-defonHo guu
recently tested at Sandy Hook. Title
gun was Intended to ho not only tho
most jMiwerful In existence but also
the representative of the most advanc
ed type of such weapons. Hut after It
had been planned a special plant hail
to be ostabllshed for Its construction,
and the ew years consequent delay
beforo It could bo completed sufllced
for such Impiovemnnta In gunpowders,
and In tho designing of guns for their
use, that now the llnlshed monster Is,
In some respects, out of (Into before
It has fairly been mounted for service.
Tho now gun Is of M Inches' boro und
48.7 feet long. It Is calculated that
It can throw a 11100-pound projectile
and blew bis dad drnted bend often
him. That bird had nine lives If he
had any at all and I ain't so sum be
wouldn't have got away after I shot
him f I hadn't tied him on a polo for
Ills Htyln at Ilnlrout.
An elderly and rather Irritable gen
tlumnn entered a barber's parlor to
hare his hair trimmed. All tho seats
were occupied. He was about to leave
whon- n voluble operator porstiaslvely
remarked: "Itendy In n mluuto. sir.'-
Unassured, the customer rat down
picked up n iper, nnd absently began
to penis It. Mpamvhllo the barber ex
hibited an extraordinary loijaclousnesa.
discussing the merits of rnco horses,
tho possibilities at Saratoga, nnd vnrl
oui other subjects. Finally ho invlt
Ingly offered tho vacated chair to the
"How would you llko your hair cut?''
tho barber luqulrtd,
"In perfect silence, please," wns the
curt and Ironical reply. Philadelphia
CROW WITH LIVE8 TO 8PARE.
It Tormented Hags nnd Caused a
Fanner No ISnd of Woe.
"Say you seed a hundred crows In
ono flock?" asked nn Illinois fanner
of a man who wns telling him of n
visit ho had made to tho country a
few weeks ngo. Tho farmer leaned
over In his chair, took nlm at a cuspl-
J dor half way across tho lobby of a
Iloslly looking Tor Worlc.
Gritty (leorgo-Ijidy, I hear dot ycr
cuckoo clock Is out of onler.
Tho Lady-Wlmt of that?
Orltty Ocorge-Well, I Just want to
sny uat I'll sit around nn'do du cuckoo
In' ovory hour fer mo board and lodg
In'. I'm always wlllln' to work. Phil,
Kinking Cautious Approaofi.
"Advise mo. Undo Jack."
"Of courso: what Is U'l"
"Shall I ask jou for $25 or 50?"
Llfc. Conscientious reformers Anally eome
to the conclusion that reform Is Impossible.
..- ' "1
'' Jh J.-al
All the World's a 'Pothecary Shop.
Fcso Ituyter Is not an author; lie's
a born chemlit.
Feo . Kvery novel lis writes becomes
a drug on tho msrkst. DrooklTii
mil That man Is a horrlhla liar.
Jlll-O, I don't know; I think he's
good at It. Yonkers Statesman,
WouU Surtly Ralss Rsrsnaa.
In the old days they spoke of a IN
cental fool. If sll the fools wore re
qnlied to haro a lirenro nun, tha gov
ernment could do away with Its other
taxes ami rtlll maliitalu tli surplus.
Theio's "tingle lax" for you.
lavsntar Lasat tils Mlsd.
M. Ooubet, Inventor ol the sulima-
1 Ilia boat, tht patents of which warn
Ccliaed by an English company, hie
n removed to an asylum.
It Couldn't lis.
, The other morning llltlo Howard got
p unuritally cross. Roy triad to plar
with blm, but at last ho became Impa
tient and raids
"I giie ts you got np on tho wrong
aide of the bed." i.lttlo Howard
I dot up on mamma'
Used ts It.
Towne You don't mean to ray yon
didn't notice that earthquake shock?
H'owne I guess I wsshoraoln Aigu
liurst at tho time.
Towns Hut tho shako must liavo
boon perceptible tlisrs.
Drown I guess all of us took It for
our malaria. Philadelphia Press.
TIIK IXVKIITKII Tlllllll IIAtU
cd third rail. The rail has a guard
suoh us dencrlb! above, und bus been
found to work perfectly.
At present the thlnl-rull companies
In couutry dlstrlctu consider that thu
public Is prolectrd well enough If tho
deadly rail Is "broken" at road cross
ings, nnd the right of wuy fenced, sup
plied with culverts, and placarded with
danger notices. Hut many small boys
and girls can-not reud danger warnings.
It h easy to climb fences. During
bl'CUnd.s, pa'scngers often lenvo tho
cars and stroll about for 11 fow minutes,
These nnd other dangers connected
With tho third-rail system mnko It prac
tically a trail of death, compared to
which the overhead trolley Is Insigni
Tho saying, "Compnrluons nro odi
ous," must linvo originated with tho
second husband to 11 woman who
thought n heap of tho first ono, j
Nothing Jnrs 1111 opera slngor llko
baring to whlstlo for his salary. ,
Little Liver Pills.
Kuit Boar Signature) ef
if rac-Slsills Wrsppsr DIW.
TkT snail aad as aaay
( t alta aa sagn
FOR TORPID LIVER.
FOR CALLOW SKIN.
d'iTMi I randy rtztwais&,J&2ZZ&
CURE 8I0K HEADACHE..
u7v wiww nmjm!nm Hi,utii,--
. jtkw- j naajr- -lUfrsi&rM. )SwtsMi!wist JB.-t