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Our II I 1,(10(1 New 1'cujilc Ap
plying I'm .Mull DciiiiiihI fur
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ISrkUnjeis I.ornl Iihs Iteprcentntle
Hoi 11c Here Tor Insinuation.
s' Intel national
as recently lpn
rurmoil In Herd and at a meeting 'nst, meetings will be held on the first and
week officers were elected rs fellows: third Wednesdays of each month
President, C A. Stevenson; vice pres- Ozcar . Home, of Portland, a
Ulont, Martin Hallmyer; financial gpeclnl deputy of the union, has boea
secretary, corresponding secretary In town this week to assist In tho or
and trrnsurer. M. T. Palmlund. sir-1 ganlzntlon and to Install the recently
geant at arms, W. H. 1'enhallow; elcctod clllcers. Mr. Home was a
deputy, William Colver: alternate j mombor of the last Oregon legis
deputy, A. Wartr.; lioHrd of trustees, laturo
If the figures of the business done
ut the llond post ollleo can bu taken
as n criterion tho population of llend
has incrouscd approximately 1.000 In
the last year. This estimntc Is based
upon Mm number of new people who
have been applying for mall In that
time. This, believes Postmnster Hen
ry II. Ford, Is n conservative fig ire
It was with pleasure, as he said
himself, Mint Mr. Ford prepared a
brief report this week to show tho
Increase In the postal hus'tiees of
tho local ollleo slnco January 1, 1915
Tho money order receipts monthly
to November 1, were: January $389;
February $111: Mnrch $r.: April
$!d0: Mny, $170; Juno $'il2; July
$181; August $r,C7; September $CC8;
"It will be npparent," said Mr.
Ford, "that tho Octobor recalpts are
really tho first showing a big Incroaso
In the money order business nt this
ollleo this year. They represent an
Increase of almost 50 per cent over
January 1, 1915.
Itoietiuo N Hi'iiIit.
In connection with tho registry
business, speaking of the number of
registered parcels leaving the local
post office. Mr. Fonl submitted the
following llgures: Jnnuary 151; Feb
ruary U'0; March 127; April 121:
May 110: June 110; July 115; Aug
ust 176; September 158: nnd October
457. Tho October roglstry business
has been nioro than 150 per cent
greater thnn In September, which wns
the next busiest month of tho year
up to November 1.
Ily quarters tho llgures for the pos
tal business, which Includes tho salo
of stamps, postal cards, box rent, en
velopes utiil similar nrtlcles, nre: first
iiuarter, January, Februnry, March,
$1,(191.00: second nuartor April, May
Juno $2,011; third quarter. July.
August nnd Soptombor. $2,207. Tho
volume of business for tho last quar
ter Is approximately 30 per cent In
excess of the first quurter of the year
Tho local ollleo linn been unable to
keep paro with tho demnud for lock
boxos. There Is n waiting list of
morn thnn 200 applicants for boxos,
while on September 1 thero were 1 10
vacant boxes In tho olllce.
Tho present post ollleo quarters
will accomodate about 100 more
boxos than are now afforded, and this
number has been ordered by tho les
sors to accomodate tho demnud.
Mall Imth Incoming and outgoing
by parcel post, says Mr. Ford, has
Increased In proportion to tho In
nrnaso In tho other business. Tho
new parcel post case recently Install
ed to give doublo tho room provided
before now Is more than taxed to Its
caiwclty at the incoming of every
Slnco July 1 tho business at the
general delivery window has more
thnn doubled. Ileforo Mint time there
was no long doublo line awaiting the
opening of tho general delivery win
dow at 9 o'clock each morning while
now (he lobby of the ollleo Is crowded
with people awnlllng tho distribution
of mall at the general delivery win
dow. "Not only have wo noticed the hlg
Incrensti In local postal business,"
said Mr Ford, "but Mm fact has been
brought to our attention by the rail
way nmll clerks on the trains be
tween here and Portland, who say
that the letter nail parcel wit busl
iimm has been doubled In the last
O. O. Woodard, C. P. Ntowonger nnd ItnAL KSTATK TltANSFHItS.
Daniel Nls.vongor, Iitiii1 by Crook County Abstract Co.
Tho locnl has been formed with1 Jolln p- Uea l- .Clt' of 1Iend 5'13
18 members. Many more ere expect-, ac"9 n.w 27-1 ,-12, $800.
ed to Join In tho near future as there"0"? ,Na,,er Lls,lt & Power CoL
are 20 other men In town nt present ot IJe,ld easement sw ne 32-1.-
wlth union cards who will be trans- , .
ferreil to tho llend local. Regular!.. "on.l P"k .?0, . 2 V.clcJ 'nBoloa
II. 1, U1K. U, I1CI1U i'UTK, .IU.
I llond Park Co. to' J. F. Lane It.
J I, blk. 13, Center ndd, Hem, lots 1,
-, -a, . n, uik no, iai auu uemi lorn.
Vera Hammond Poor to J. F. Lano
It. i, blk. 121, 1st add, Uend Park,
It. C, blk 7C, Uend Park.
Cleo. P. Putnam to Tot Tnggart
Prlngle correction bw 3 ft. It. 13, b.
13 Park add.
Imperial Townslte Co. to Wm. II,
Musgrovo Its. 1, 2, blk. 38, Imperial.
Nettle M. Abbott to Flora A. Cross
so se 20-10-12.
J. U. Miner to J. II, Connnrn Its.
11-12, blk 2, Kenwood.
Chns. V. Ersklne tr. to Harry
Crandall It. 15, blk, 9, Kenwood Gar
dens. Shlngoro Murnsakl to Wm. Abcr
nathy .ItC, blk. 2, Larch add, llend.
Dan It. Smith to Chrlstlnn W. Nel-
out nnd tho pain and lameness ex
tended down Into my hips. My whole
body was lame and saro mornings
nnd tho ctlon of my kidneys wsn't
right. Donn's Kidney Pills helped
mo right nv.ny nn'd soon my back and
kidneys wero In good shape." Price
50 cents at all dealers. Don't simply
ask for a kidney remedy got Donn's
Kidney Pills tho same that Mrs.
Kiser hd. Foster-Mllburn Co., Props.,
Iluffnlo, N. V. Adv.
When one Is suffering from baclc
ncho, rhoumatlsm, lumbago, bilious
ness, slinrp pains, soro muscles and
stiff Joints It Is not always easy to
locate tho source of trouble but nlno
time out of ten it enn bo traced to
overwork, weakened or diseased kid
neys. Foley Kidney Pills have ben-,
clltted thousands of sufferers. Pat
terson Drug Co. Adv.
CIIAItM AND CLKANLINICSS
nre both personified in the com
plete bath room fittings which we
can show 5oii. They not alone
mnko for grentor cleanliness and
health but for 'refinement ns woll.
Though they look luxurious, nnd
nro so the cost is not as great as
you may Imagine. Let us tell you
for how littlo wo can remodel your
CHXTllAL OHIIfiOX I'LUMIIIXO
.V IIKATIXfi CO.,
T. i:. I'ligebretsou, Mgr.
I'LU.MIUXG AXI IIKATIXG
117 .Minnesota St. llend, Or.
son no nw 23-so sw, sw so 14-1G-11.
We now have
a remodeled and up-to-date
store, and solic
it your trade in Gro
ceries and Hardware.
F. Dement &
WALL STREET, OPPOSITE TOST OFFICE
Use True Ulna Flour. Whiter nnd
Imttor than over. For sale by The
Nbw llend Flour Mill Co. Adv.
Pool and billiards at the Metro
politan .1 nut tho thing for n little
roliUHtlun in tho evening. Adv. If.
Is Bend's Leading Hotel
It In n fireproof buildings
It Is thoroughly nimlem
It is coiuformble, comiiioillous, clmn-
linOMH FHOM liO CKNT8 UP
The Mniitx of nil nre HntlHlltsI well t
TIIK WHKIIIT HOTKli
Automobiles to all Interior Points
THE WRIGHT H0TEL
For sign painting seo Kdwards.
True llluo Flour has been a larger
seller Minn any mouth before. The
u Illume, purity, excellence and the
nemo of good iiltllng makes It n
largo ronwttnr. Adv.
For sign minting see Kdwnrds.
Our Jit m OnVr ThU nml rte.
Don't miss Mils. Cut out Mils slip.
niiokM wiUi live cants to Foley &
Co., CblrnKo, HI., writing your linme
Mud aildraui elerly. You will re
elvw lu return trial iiscktige eon
tntlilim Kol's Honey and Tar Com
pound, for eoitihs. colds nnd croup,
loley Kidney Pills and Foley Cathar
tic Tablets 1'ttttnmmi Drug Co -sulv
Use Dttschutos Spray Flour Whit
er and bettor than over. For snlo by
Tho Now llond Flour Mill Co. Adv,
For a good clean shavo, a good
hair cut, facial mnssagn or a chine,
visit tho Metropolitan, on Oregon
direct - Adv, tf
Lots 60x114, Sidewalks,
and Electric Lights
TERA1S: $10 Cash and $10
Monthly. Special Inducements
to parties who will build homes
J. RYAN & CO.
Cuml I Joy of' Croup.
Nothing frlghtcnB a mother more
than tho loud, hoarso cough of croup.
Labored breathing, strangling, chok
ing nnu gasping ror brenth demand
Instant action. Mrs. T. Ne tire tier,
Kau Claire, Wis., says: "Foley's
Honey nnd Tar cured my boy of
croup nfter other remedies fnllcd."
Recommended for coughs nnd colds.
Patterson Drug Co. Adv.
Tho Now llend Flour Mill Co., Is
now manufacturing Deschutes Self
Raising Pancake flour. Ask your gro
cer for It. Adv.
Clean upland paint up.
Chen per Than Homo Made.
You cannot mnko a good cough
mcdlclno at homo for as little as you
pay for Foloy's Honey nnd Tar, nor
can you bo sure of getting tho fresh,
full strength, clean and pure mater
ials. Did you ever hear of n home
made cough mcdlclno doing tho work
that Foley's Is doing every day all
over Mio country?. Patterson Drug
Many Uend renders hnvo heard it
ryid profited thoreby. "Good news
travpls fast," nnd tho bad back suf
forcrs In this vicinity nro glnd to
lonrn where relief may bo found.
Mnny n lnmo, wonk and aching back
Is bad no more, thnnks to Doan's Kid
ney Pills, Thousands upon thous
ands of people nro telling tho goad
news of their experience, with this
tested rotnedy. Hero Is an example
worth reading: Mrs. J. . Kiser, 1111
Eighth street, Hood River, Oregon,
says: "Hoavy work whllo on tho
farm caused ma ts suffer from kid
ney trouble. My back seemed to give
Storage and Forwarding
WE HANDLE OIL, GASOLINE, SUGAR,
FLOUR., SALT, HIDES
FRESH and SALT MEATS
HAMS, BACON AND LARD
The United Warehouse Co.
A. M. Pringle, Mgr. Bend, Oregon
G. E. Electric Iron
IRONS AT ONLY $3.75
if IJltSmT t n. yiyt M
BEND WATER IIGHT S POWER CO.
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