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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1910)
TO EXTEND LINE
PHONE TO CRESCENT, SOUTH
Improvements In the Service On
the Way Schools In Crescent
CuKiCKNT, Or., Sept. 6. WUbln
thirty days, Crescent lll have telephone
communication with the ontsitlc world,
according to Special Agent Merrill ui
the Pacific Stntes Telephone St Tele
graph Co., who has made complete
tourot the Deschutes Valley, beginning
it Shaciko anil cntllug at Klamath Falls.
Mr Merrill's trip wos (or the purpote.
he said, of acquiring tlata reganlitiK
the business that would likely come
to his company if the line Is ex
tended through to Klamath l'alls. An
independent company, with headquai
ten at I'riuevlllc, has a line from Sham
ko to Rosland, twenty miles north 01
here, ami Hovr has the wire ul trjnii
mi ni fur tlie exieutiou. 1'roiu tin
statements of Mr. Merrill regarding tel
ephone butiuejisin Central Oregon, it ix
inferred that lliejii'lcpcmletit company's
holdings will shortly be tsken over by
the Bell people.
At the school election held here last
week, V II Howard was elected di
rector in place of J. I"ool, resigned, an
Joseph L. Ringo was elected to take the
place at Clerk George Hewitt, who
tendered hi resignation during the
meeting of the board. Contract were
atgned np for four teachers, as follow;
Miss Ions Apptegate at Crescent: Alls
A McMillan at Heaver's Marsb; Mrs.
Tesvr St rot t at the Stmtts'
X Tli iinpson at the Howard school.
George Hewett, who, before coming to
Central Oregon, four years ago, waS an
engineer on a Mexican railroad, has sold
bi ranch and will leave next month for
trie wettera coast of Mexico, where he
hi. acquired a tract of 3,000 acte
of Ijh i .Mr Hewitt i much impressed
wiili 'tie OMiwlities of that country.
conflict between the Forestry Depart-
Is the ONLY Consideration in
The Policyholders Company
That's why discriminating
buyers of life insurance give
That's why no other life insur-
ance company did so large a
business in Oregon in 1 909 as
Thai's why in 1910 fteonlifc
is surpassing month by month
its magnificent record of last
nrcgonTJTc , the only life insurance
company exclusively Oregon.
Home Office, Corbelt Bldg., Wife mi KerriMt, Pwtlul
A. L. Mills L. Samuel Clarence S. Samuel
E. N. STRONG
GENERAL AGENT FOR CENTRAL OREGON.
WATCH OUR WINDOWS
THKY SAVE YOU
inent and Dr. Wimianl of lleppncr, who
has filed upon the ater power site ad.
Jitntnu the townsite of Crcacent, has
been removed by the forester withdraw
ing claim for a station including that
Site. The Department In notifying Sup
erintendent Nichols of the chance, said
It did not want to stand in the way of
mhlic improvements. The station will
likely be established adjoining the town
site oa the south.
t)uu Caldwell will leave this week for
I'.nUiiiid whfte he will engage In dec-
ttio.il work for the l'ortland Hallway,
Jack Itrogau and.Vill Mulone, who
h tt e been looking after their live stock
Interests in the forest roserves, hae re
lowed t their Lome at Anteloue. They
report that on account of forest fires
beirs tuve been itrtveu Into tlie sucep
ra'ige mill are working havoc One
hand of 2,000 sheep has already lost aoo
One 16 h. p. Russel portable
ciKine and boiler, $350. just
the thine to run a well drill,
alt itflc machine, planer, wood saw,
or mu all threshing machine.
27-28 Bbnd Hrick & Tiik Co.
Thsy Ars Stunted and Mlsshapsn at
Wall as Hldsously Unly.
At tbe two oxlrctiit ot the Atncr
lenn continent dwell tlin most wrotcli
cd race, ot beings the ICskliiiiisl nl t lis
uorth nnd tbo Ktieultiun nt thrt houiIi.
Of tbo two tlio KuculnnM npiieur to be
the lowest In Iho civilised lenlcs Ihclr
Ktmornl nspeet being wretched nnd di.
Their hideously ugly fncro express
tho grossest stupidity, nnd I heir r
toiia nro both attuned nnd misshapen.
Tho nverogo height of the tneu tlotw
not exceed flvo foot I wo Inches, Hint
ot tho women four feet eight luctieH,
Mud owing to their hnblt of stnmllng
In rt stooping ntlltudo they look oven
less than their nctunl height.
nut, ulthough they are veritable pyg.
mica lu stature, yet their bodle nro
exceedingly Inrgo. nnd their geucrnl
sppcarauca Is nuch ns might rwulttfr tu
tacking on to tho trunk ot a giant the
arms nnd leg of a child.
Their color nppeara to Ik n copper
bronxc, but 11 a ucnrly nil nro ltogrlincd
with smoke It Is dlfllcult to stivciry
llielr prccUo hue, Tho very young
children nro light brown In color with
tbo exception ot tho palms ot tho
hands jind tho soles ot tho feet, which
nro ot n dirty yellow,
Tho heads ot tho ndults nro covered
with coarso black batr which falls In
lank Kinases to Iho neck lichtnd nnd
on each side of the face, but Is cut
awny from before Hio eyes.
Tho forehead la low nnd retreating,
tho novo broad. Oat nnd furnished with
Immense nostrils, and tho mouth Is
Tory wide, with thick, protruding lips,
tho upper ono being very much elon
gated. The cyca nro small nnd placed some,
what obliquely, the Iris Is Invariably
black lu color, nnd tho wbito of the
eyo has n-distinctly yellowish tlngo.
Moreover, owing apparently to tho Irrl
tntlon produced by tho smoke of the
Arcs over which they are ao constant
ly crouching', they nro very generally
Tbo teeth, although very much dis
colored, are. as a rulo, regular and
sound. Tua men have naturally only
11 few black bristles scattered orcrltie
upper lip and chin. These, however,
are carefully extracted from time to
Umo by means of two mussel shells,
nd very frequently the hair of the
eyebrows Is removed by a similar
process. Tbo males appear to pay no
attention whatever to tbo dressing of
their balr, but tho women are some
what moro particular nnd may fre
quently bo seen employing In Its ar
rangement tbo toothed Jaw of a por
poise In lieu ot a comb. St. Louis
Halibut In Canada.
"One cannot bo long In any hotel or
restaurant In Canada without seeing
halibut on tho bill of fare." says a
writer In Canada. "In this respect It
assumes tbo position of a national
dish. It Is 4 hero on Christmas day
and again on midsummer day, and
tbcro nro not many days In between
these two dates when halibut finds no
place on tho menu. 80 plentiful Is
halibut In tbo waters of the west
coast of Vancouver island that Ernest
McGatTcy on ono occasion watched a
few Indians, with their crudo Ashing
arrangements, catch 21,000 pounds In
ClnycMjuot sound In ono day. When
It Is remembered that a halibut some
times weighs as much as 300 pounds
perhaps this achievement will lose a
tiny part of Its glory."
The key to all color harmony Is sim
ply this that kindred or related color
harmonize, go well together, wbllo un
related colors nro antagonistic to each
other. Tboso colors are kindred wbicb
aro sldo by sldo on the spectrum band
or tho color circuit. lied Is kindred to
orange becaueo orange- is an admix
rare of red and yoltow; orango Is kin
dred t6 yellow because of tbo yellow
In tbo orango; yellow Is akin to green
because green Is an admlxtnro of yet
Uw nnd blue.
A Strsst In Moscow.
One street In Moscow, MlasnKskaya
Ulltzn, Is devoted almost entirely to
stores selling machinery. Tho win
dows of those shops nro largo and of
plato glass and display tbo various
wares to good advantage. Many win
dows are dovoted to largo exhibits of
various mechanisms, nud nt a certain
boor in the nftcrnoon tbeso machines
aro so far as posslblo set In motion to
give practical illustration of their
J knew that Mr. Iturales lived on s
much .traveled turnpike, and I asked
him If? lie and bis family were not
greatly troubled by tramps stopping
at bis bouse.
"Wo'ro not troubled at all," be re
plied, smiling flhrowdly. "Tbore's a
magical sign on tho front gate."
"A magical sign?" I repeated,
yes," ho said, with a grla. "It
reads, 'Employment Agency.' "Chica
Brnggsby I tell you I'm overwork
ing. I am turning out an awful lot of
work just uotv. Nocker That's just
exactly tbo word your employer used
In describing your present work. llal
Plsnty of Chanrjss.
"I always dress nccordlni; to tbe
HI baven't ns laruo a wardrobe as
Conceit Is vanity drlren from all
other sblfts and forced to appeal to
Itself for admlration.-nazlltt.
Subscribe for The Uullelln.
It Is now
UP TO YOU
The popular COLONIST PAIRS
Mill again be In effect between
September 13th ami Oclohcr
tjtli, during which ttod tick
ets to 8IIANIKO will be on sale
CHICAGO at .
ST. LOUIS . .
OMAHA . .
ST. PAUL . .
and from other citirs corres
pondingly low, Theae are West
bound, one-way hues unlv, but
anyone here can PKUI'AY for
relatives or (rleuils In the Itaat.
If deaircd, Contull your local
to let the world know of our
vsst teaources and splendid op
portunities for HOMll 11UILO
INQ. Write to everyone yon
know in the Hast. Semi them
good Instructive printed matter,
and tell them that the cost of
getting here Is hut little more
than half the uual cost, and to
Call ou a rcprltcntallve of the
O. R. & N. CO.
for all desired information, or
OGNOUAU PASSUfsUUR AUI1NT
Lap Robe Dusters,
20 per cent Discount
ONLY A FUW LIIPT
Just Received A fine new lino of HARNESS and
MICHIGAN BUGGIES. Come in ijnd get tho price.
H. J. EGGLESTON
Ornamental and Interior Mill Work,
Store Fronts and Fixtures,
Sideboards, Cabinets and Furniture,
Door and Window Framing, etc.
Architects and Builders.
WIIA BE CARRIED IN STOCK UY US IIEREAl'TER.
NOTICB VOW J'UlHiIOATlON.
Iteiirtmtiil of Hit liitrt lor,
II 8, l.siiii umrt at The lUtlrs, (lit (ton,
AUuinV J, IQio
Notice Uhcrcby ilvrn thst
wh Ktrtmc ail.lrtM la IHixli Cieok County
ptraiiii. itM, un Iht lytli ilsy or tkjulr, vvt tils
in tfils otricr tl woe 11 NUtf mtnl ami AiillC4llii,
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civi? MflNPY ,,v i,,,,clnK your
" Willi TUN
Horticultural lire Hcllcf of Orcgon
Miitiiiil. lihnio oillcr, HiilcmV Ore.
I.'l inc cxplniti
8. II SNIDKK ArbiiI, lleitd. Ore.
Roomrt for Rent
Picnic SuppllcH, ClKnm
J. 1 Taggart & Co.
Wall l'er at
N. P. WEIDER
Clieaiirst ami ltrat Wall IMprr Sun-
iilcs in the ruiiiit). (let
Ilos 3. Ilctnl, Oiboii.
CltAKI.IW OnUTJKN, 1'KOI'
WH IIANDI.I! nVHUVTtll.Nd
Iave ymir or-lra with Nirk Sunlit
Direct JJxprrM Service betvvctn
Slintilku ami Haul.
Two Hlni Itacli way every weel
ON ALL KINDS OP
I have nothing but the fineM
of tlry block wood. All it
costs you, in itVincli length,
Is f4 50 a cord in your yurd
Dry I.imb Wood $ oo n roril.
when you want wood.
II fl frwiciri .I C'.llt.in. 'J
1 ihi uvaa ciiiu OI1UUIV.I J
Trunks and Vnllses