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THK BEND nUM.KTIN, nKNI), ORR. WKDNKSDAY. JVNR 21, IBM.
hor Llrsto and Rlvsr ValUya
Thm In Thslr Flight.
Experiences of acroplo.no pilots ltltb
air currents haro Rlren to a noted
English naturalist on explanation for
tbri fact that some birds In making
their annual migrations tljr along coast
lines and along river valleys. Judging
from ncroplane experience birds would
And It required lew effort to 11; along
eucb routes. In tho daytlmo water
cools tho nlr on tnoxt day, and over
tho water thcro Is a downward current
of air. as Indicated by tho noticeable
sinking of aeroplane and balloon
crossing orer n pond. At tho suiue
time there In more or lesa of on tip
ward current of air' along tho shore
Upward currents of air greatly help
flight, and tnouy binds of birds are
known to take full advantage of them.
So the naturntUt sees an opportunity
for birds to take advantage of upward
currents of air In migrating by day It
they follow the coant of a sea or the
bank of n river. The cfTect would be
most marked on the vvlndtvurd aldo of
tho water, so that If the bird do not
fly along that side near the water they
ought to. Whether at night there In an
appreciable upward curreut of ulr over
water Is not so clearly ettabltnlird, but
ho believes It la likely und'm would tie
of advantage to birds If they wtxtied
to uso IL
A further explanation of mirh www
Is that tb birds might learn them In
their migrations, for shore Hm are
tho easiest of all markings on the earth
tor an aviator to see and follow, while
on a still flight tho wave on the shore
can bo heard high In the nlr. marking
the shore Hue. Saturday Uvenlug Post.
hJte, N1T SE, KJK SB, SV SK, 2C-
U. S. to Molina 0. Nohon patent
EH SW, WH 8E 25-14-21.
Chas. It. Kelson to Jnmon Cram
EH 8V, WH 8E, 8V 8W, NV 36:
EH 8E, 8W 8E. EH NE, BW NB,
NV 8E 26i SE 23-14-21, 110.000.
(Continued from pago 2.)
Europs Has Largest Tunnels.
The United State has for no long
been pre-eminent In tho realm of size
that K cornea almost as a vhock to
realize that tho largest railway tun
nels aro on the continent of Europe.
Of these the longest Is the SImplon.
twelve and a quarter miles through the
Alps. Two others, tho St. Uothurd
and tho Lotscbbcrg. are over nlue and
one-third miles long, and tho Mont
Ccnls Is over seven mites long. In all
thcro are fourteen tunnels over four
miles long. The longest tunnel In this
country is tho Uoosac, four and one
third miles long. American Machinist.
Don't ioso Sleep Coughing at Night
Tako Foloy's Honey and Tar Com
pound. It glides down your throat
and spreads a hoallng, soothing coat
ing over the Inflamed- tickling sur
face. That Immediate relief. It
loosens up the tightness in your
cheat, stops stuffy wheezy breathing,
eases distressing, racking, tearing
coughs. Children love It. Refuse
any substitutes. Contains no opiates.
Adr, Patterson Drug Co.
Portland. Her llttlo nloco accom
panied her homo.
8. D. nnd W. O. Mustard woro call
ed to Spokane Friday on account of
! the Rorlous Illness ot their father.
Jesso Shoburt la Uio owner of a
flno now buggy and tho glrla aro
Miss Ebha Llndqulst returned from
Prlnuvlllo tho latter part of tho wook
where she tins been attending Bum
Dr. It. A. Allen of La Cledo, Idaho,
has been a visitor at tho homo ot
his brother and sister, II. K. nnd Mlsa
Mabol Allen, leaving for his homo
J. E. Warmer, Mr. Anderson, Earlo
Saundors and his brother, E. J. Saun
ders, returned Sunday from a two
day's Ashing trip to tho Deschutes.
They report n splendid tlmo and lots
Mrs. Alton Wlllcoxon nnd Mrs. H
Ij. Ellis wero dinner guests at tho
McCalfcry home In Redmond Satur
day. Miss Viola Trucsdalo went to Rod
tnond Friday to work In tho Tele
phone ofllce several days In tho ab
sence ot the regular operators.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shutruu of Port
land, tho former a brother of Mrs.
E. N. Hajl, arrived at the Hall home
Saturday for a short visit previous to
making their annual camping trip In
tho mountnlns south ot Rend. This
Is the third consecutive summer that
tho Shutrun's hnve camped at this
same placo. Tho trip Is made In tholr
John Reynolds left for his homo in
John Day after n week's visit at tho
Allen Wlllcoxon home.
J. V. Hornhncklo loft for High'
Desert Monday whero ho expects to
do somo Improvements on bis home
stead. J. P. Dohcrty entertained Reeves
Wlllcoxon and Geo. Morgan at din
Rev. llakor of Madras was In these
parts Saturday and Sunday deliver
ing two sermons at tho Wilson sohool
Mrs. E. A. Russott went to Red
mond Monday for a fow day's visit
A ball game between tho married
men and bachelors was played at the
station Sunday, with tho ucoro in fa
vor ot the latter.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Spoor nnd
family visited at the McNollly home
""K."?1' i' im i'i
nod out and more, comfortable hs a
result ot their uso. Adv. Patterson
PL.A1NVIEW, Juno 33. Qr.ico
Rtgg8 nnd Cllonvos Strnhm spent tho
afternoon at tho Crawford homo on
Monday lu honor of Misses Fny Craw
ford and Ruth Uayloy'a thirteenth
Mrs. Page, who has boon In tho
hospital nt I'rlnovtllo, was brought
hack homo tho first ot tho wouk,
Cllenves Strnhm spent tho night
nt tho Chnlfnn homo Monday.
(leorgo Crawford returned home
Monday from Hot Springs whoru he
has been doctoring rhoumntism. Ho
Is very llttlo bettor.
Nollso Peterson nnd N. I), Jluok
Ingham spout tho evening nt tho
homo of John Strnhm Monday.
Mrs. llnrvoy Cyrua la vlaltlng with
her father. Mr. Scogglna nnd family.
Edd Strnhm returned homo Wed
nesday with his brldo, Miss Mortto
Stuart, formerly of Prlnevllle. Tho
brldo nnd groom are both well and
favorably known around this conn,
try, They will mnko tholr homo nt
tho Strnhm ranch, T miles southeast
of Sisters. A crowd of fifty chnrlvnr-
kid tfi 6ln Thursday hjght. Tl)d ovoit
lug was spoilt lu plnying guinea and
music, nftur which refreshments wero
Mr, nnd Mrs, M. W. Knickerbock
er woro lit Redmond Thursday,
FOR RENT Two room sultos fur
nlshed for light house keeping.
Honklu & ltynn. 12tf dv.
(Special to Tho Ilullotln).
HAMPTON RUTTE, Juno 22.
Miss Altco llrooklngn Is visiting with
her brother Horace.
Mlsn Eva Michel called on Mrs, C.
W. Ashbaugh IbbI Mondny,
Wm. Olllold went out onMundny
to spend tho, winter with his daugh
ter, Mrs. Rlsdoii, who resides In Ho
nttlo. Carl Hlnmnn enmo homo Sunday
from Ruck Crook to visit his family
nnd nttuud tho school election.
Tho roIiooI election fcaultud ua fol
lows: Jesso Monroe, tdlredtor for 3
years; Carl Hlnmnn was oleetod to
1111 tho vacancy at Jns. Urlckey and
C. W. Ashhaugh, clerk.
Hurt Mocks has gone out to llotul
J V Y" "3V
K i -U
No wood, fo
ItEATj KSTATF TRANSFKICS.
(Issued by the Crook County Ab
U. S. Land office to John F. Nel
son SW NW, WH SW, SE BW 28-14-1G.
A. L. Wilcox to O. K. Wilcox one
third interest in SH SW 8-18-14.
U. S. to Walter N. Dunklo patent
NH SW, WH SE 24-17-25.
J. H. Jackson to Fred W. Wilson
Chas. Altschul to Oregon & Wes
tern Colonization Co sections 1, 11,
13-22-23: sections 3. 5. 7. 0. 17. 19.
21. SWNW WH SW 27, all 29, 31,
33-21-24, 121088.14. ,
James Turner administrator to A ,
II. Lippman EH SW 23-12-11; lots
2, 3, 4-13-11, 30G.
Northwest Townslte Co. to Lillian
F. Cobb It. C, blk. 12 N. W. T. Co'a.
Redmond Acres. '
Same to Samo It. 10, blk 9, N. W
T. Co'e. 1st add Bend.
Same to Auguest O. Harbaugh It,
2, blk. 2, same.
John B. Wlmer to C. W. Horner
Its. 1, 2, 3, blk. 20f Laidlaw.
U. S. to Andrew J. Weston patent
EH ME, SW NE, N WSE 31-14-12.
Dolph M. Clark to Rumley Pro
ducts Cd. SH SW 1;SH SE 2-10-13,
Fred Marshall to John A. Cllne
Its 1, 2, 3, 4, section 14-13-12.
E. R. Throop to 8. J. demons SE
NW, EH SW, SE 32: SW SW 35-15-
25; WH NW, NW SW 4-16-25
U. S. Land Office to IL Earl Cross
SE NW, SW NE, NW SE, NE SW,
Bend Company to Bend Parle Co.
It., blk. 50, Center add Bend.
L. M. Burt to Henry Covcll WH
8E 24; WH NE 25-22-9. It. 15, blk.
28; It. 14, blk. 17. La Pine.
Bend Park Co. to Carl T, Anderson
It, blk. 36, Center add Bend. $250.
Oak D. Hall to N. M. Kjesbu SE
BW, SW BE 8; NW NE. NE NW,
SW. SW NE. SB NW, EH SW 17-21-22,
Nels M. Muss to Olaf M. Muss SE
Chas. W. Colby to Thos. W Law
son, trustee, for Douglas Lawson,
NH SE. SW NE. 8E NW 20. SH NE,
SH NW. 17; NH 16: NH NW 28,
WH SW 21-17-18; SW BE 12-17-17;
NH SE. SW SE 23; NW BW, SW NW
Bend Company to Willis B. Lesh
It. 9, blk. 15, Center add Bend.
Robert Kurrle to It. P. Mlnter It
5, blk. 20, Center add Bend, $500.
R. P. MInfer to Nuto P. Longetelg
Kenwood Promotion Co, to R B
Webb Its. 13, 14, blk. 2, Kenwood.
Carrie E. Williams to Jacob II
Cook H NW, SW NE, NE SW 2-16-20.
Central Oregon Irrigation Co. to
Glenn Cox, water right NE 8W 11-16-12.
U. 8. to Harry Van Metor WH NE
EH NW 30-16-15.
Kenwood Promotion Co. to Job.
E. Bozell Us. 1. 2, blk. 12, Kenwood.
U, 8. to John HIckey patent NW
25-14-211 " - '
V. 8, to Chas. H. Nelson patent ana
43) SE 23; SW 8W 26; NB, 8WJ22GJa
Comforting to Stout People.
Foley Cathartic Tablets cro a spe
cially good Httlo regulator that keeps
your system In perfect working ordor.
No billlousness, no constipation, no
distress after eating, no greasy, gas
sy taste. A (.tout person who uses
them constantly will really feel thin-
A Good Oil tovo does
away with all the
dirt and bother that comes
with wood, coal and ashes.
It makes -light work ami
a clean kitchen.
for a load of Trqlght. Ho was no
ooiupniiltid (y Harold MoFnddun.
Mlafl Klvn McFnddon returned to
her homestead last Thursday. Mliw
McFnddon tins not ontlroly rocovuied
from her rocoiit Illness. Her broth
er l.yln enmo out with her.
N. 8. Drown In hauling tils house
hold goods by wagon to IiIh homo,
tho trucks brought thorn as far as
Last Thursday n number of Hamp
ton lltitto hoyn cleared off imgo brush
JUHt west ot llrooklim'a Hotel for n
hnnehall diamond. They will piny
tho Lost Creek team lu tho near fu
ture. Jim Wells or PleaRant Valley iniuhi
n trip to llend Friday, returning Sat
urday. Ho wont by way of tho
Mr. A, McKeown Ih out lo Horn!
fur n load of huppIIdh,
MIhs Alice llrooklngn inudo u hunt
iiuss trip to Hums (ho last tif tho
Hnrnco llrooklngn hnrvested rye
last Mondny, It Is thn find harvest
ing that hn boon Uoiio In this vlclilUy '
Fred Miller linn boon doing 0mo
plowing on his homuHtond thu pnL
A. 11. Woolloy ntid fatuity puhhoiI
through on tholr wny to Hnnd Inst
DON'T KNOW TIIHV
Many Bond people hnve chronic np.
piMidlcllls (which In not very pain
ful) nnd think II la just bowel or
Htoinuch trouble. Homo have doc
torud for years for gan mi thu atom
ach. nour htoinuch or constipation and
the l'attoriino Drug Co, atnton if they
wilt try simple buckthorn bark, gly.
curlno, etc.. as compounded In Adlor-,
l-kii, tho Herman nppaudlcltls row
ndy, they will hu nurprlnml nt tho
QUICK henollt. A H1NC1I.10 DOHM
stops thoHo troubles INSTANT
D. D. D.
for 16 yonro
The Standard Shin Remedy
Instant Relief for all Skin Troubles
PATTERSON 1MIUO CO.. Ileud. Ore.
OIL COOK STOVE
bums keroene, tlte clean, cheap fuel. It
It a fine store for hot weather bccauia
it doein't OYCfheat tho kitchen. All tho
heat it applied at tho cooking point. You
can hake, broil and roait on it juit as
well at on a wood or coal itovfc and much
quicker and cheaper. It doctn't tmoko
or smell; doctn't taint the food. Get an
oil stovo and make summer cooking eaiy
and comfortable. Dealers Ercrywhere.
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BEND SIGN COMPANY
The Miller Lumber Company
Wenandy Livery & Auto Co.
NEW AUTO TRUCKS
Will be put on between Bend and Silver Lake Airll 1.
BEND-LA PINE $2.G0
BEND-FOKT ItOCK $4.50
BEND-SILVER LAKE.. $5.00
will bo charged on nil Express and BngKaffc.
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JULY 3 AND 4
Final Return Limit
Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Co.
WILL SELL ROUND TRIP TICKETS AT
One and One-Third Fare
Between nil points (exeept on
river or beach Jines) where one
wuy fiire is $0.00 or less.
For full particulars, fnrcs,
schedules, etc., nk any
agent of the
O-W. R. Si N.
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